• Anup rajawat

    Helllo Igor , I have watch your video where one person has asked you the more I study the more games I am loosing 😀 This is also I am facing currently .I am taking chess seriously for last 6 months I have not loss more game than win but when I used to play for fun I used to play very good chess I have even increased 200 elo in one tournament at that time 🙁

  • Anup rajawat

    Hello Igor, is it good to exchange pieces when we have pawn majority or not at middlegame stage ? Ques2)Center control is required when performing majority attack ? Queries from your middlegame Course

    • 1) It’s useful to exchage pieces if you are a pawn up (or have any material advantage).

      Also, if your opponent has doubled pawns, you may turn the game into endgame – there it will be easier for you to create a passed pawn.

      2) Center control is required almost for anything.

      P.S. Please do not delete your comments afterwards, otherwise it makes it unclear for other students what question I was answering.

      • Anup rajawat

        ThanQ sir for your Help I am very Thankful to
        you.

  • male Gupta

    thanks a lot sir for the maziang ereply you are the best best in the world best coach i relly salute you adn love you al ot you are the best.

    • Thanks for your nice words and support!

      • male Gupta

        tahnk al ot sir welcome thanks for your time and reples what do you think aobut the latest interview of anand in chess24.com website.he talks about a lot of imp things in top level.??

        • RCA_moderator

          Hello,
          Yes, it was an interesting interview especially his views on computers and emotions during a chess game.

          Prasaadh | Support

          • male Gupta

            dear sir aryan tari and pragannadha won the world junior championship held in italy waht are your view about that i yesterday had read an article about the beignner player one month of training and he competitive against magnus carslen challenging him for the game.he is genius do you read that article on ches.com what are your views about taht??

  • Anup rajawat

    Suppose sir,If our opponent is trying majority or minority attack on us without center control what should be our plan A) attack in center OR B) attack on other flank if we have majority or minority on other flank

    • RCA_moderator

      Hi Anup,
      Thanks for the question.
      GM Igor may not be able to answer all the questions.
      So you can check out some of our free courses and they answer lot of your questions.
      http://bit.ly/2zpbbvU

      Prasaadh | Support

  • Ding

    Hello Igor Smirnov , I have Study most of your courses. You Have presented them in Very Simple And lucid Language.All of your courses Are Excellent And I have gain lot of new knowledge from your courses about chess .. But Igor there are some questions which are still unanswered and I have some problem in these 2 particular cases
    Question1) how to play with 3 minor pieces against Queen what should be our Plan ?
    Question2)Two Minor pieces against Rook? [ Here I usually search for opponent weaknesses and attack them .Is it a good plan ? ]
    If it possible for you please answer these 🙂 🙂

    • Hi Ding,
      Thanks for your support! I’m delighted to know that the courses were useful for you.

      For both of your questions the answer would be:
      a) Ensure good harmony of your pieces. Often times it’s enough to keep them closer to each other on the board.
      b) Just as you said, few minor pieces can attack a certain weakness multiple times while a heavy piece can’t protect it.


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