Chess Lesson – Excerpt 3

The following position is from a lesson about Piece Quality in Month 3 of the Grandmaster Package on Knights and Operation Bases. By this point in our chess course, the students are already familiar with knight strategy. This lesson provides a clear example of how a knight, with superior quality, can dominate an opposing bishop.

We hope that this lesson has clearly demonstrated the importance of good placement and stable positioning of a piece, which can indeed lead to victory. When you understand such strategic situations well, you can strive to achieve them, much like aiming for checkmate.

We will show exactly this in the next lesson!

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