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The Advance of the Isolated Pawn as a decisive Action!

  • Heinrich_24
  • | 23 mar 2013
  • | 5578 odsłon
  • | 16 komentarzy

Playing against an Isolated Pawn you should know the  main rule: Never allow its advance! So a blockade and attack-strategy should be your aim, as you can see in the following example:




Normally the Player with the Isolated Pawn has to find some compensation. For example an knight outpost, the use of an (half-) open file or a mate attack. But in the following example he was able to execute the "You should never allow"- move. It became decisive:



In the next example the "you should never allow" move lead to strong passer:








Komentarze


  • 18 miesięcy temu

    mastergame605

    Nice article. Thanks.

  • 18 miesięcy temu

    DrFrank124c

    One of the most frequently occuring positions is the IQP and so one should become skillful at how to use it and how fight against it. So please do publish more IQP games.

  • 18 miesięcy temu

    rise512

    good for me

  • 18 miesięcy temu

    XxSkullxX

    another reason, I luv pawns :D

     

    Ty for great article

  • 18 miesięcy temu

    chessplayer3060

    Good article,mauerblume!

  • 18 miesięcy temu

    jooe15

    pawns are so usefull ^^,

  • 18 miesięcy temu

    AkshitaGorti

    Nice and helpful, thanks!

  • 18 miesięcy temu

    ryesudian

    Oh my gosh, I wanna issolated pawn now!! Or not, I'm not so sure?!

  • 18 miesięcy temu

    StevieBlues

    Thanks!

  • 18 miesięcy temu

    warrior689

    nice

  • 18 miesięcy temu

    Eraser

    chance of winning its through passed pawn or blockaded pawn

  • 18 miesięcy temu

    ShyamGopal

    Brilliant,

    I'll remeber this next time there is a IQP position

  • 18 miesięcy temu

    Lame_Hans

    Great stuff.  

  • 18 miesięcy temu

    Kinn72

    Thanks, simple & instructive

  • 18 miesięcy temu

    Chess_Lover11

    Thanx

  • 18 miesięcy temu

    CP6033

    Cool I'll remeber that

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