Sunday, December 24, 2006
Circle 1 Complete
As I circle through my checkmate problems, I have begun to categorize the themes that come up in the checkmates that I often get wrong.
- Sacrifice not on the initial move
- Quiet moves, especially not on the initial move
- Opening lines to take away opponent's King flight squares
- Interference, forcing opponent's pieces onto his own King's flight squares, especially not on the initial move
- Overworked Defenders who are not overworked on or after the initial move
This leaves out taking extra moves to achieve mate, using squares beyond a1 through h8, or instantaneously promoting all of my pieces to Queens.
I am working on a universal definition of the weakest part of my chess game. So far I have two possibilities: either the part of my game that I am scrutinizing at this time or the more straightforward all parts of my game are very, very weak. This definition seems to apply to the majority of chess players, players at all rating levels as well. At least how they describe themselves ;-).
I wanted to put in a good word for GM Eugene Perelshteyn's French Defense opening lecture on chessfm. It was immensely accessible and well thought out. Although I never play either side of that opening, it didn't matter. I have not read his related books, but I gather they are quite good for beginner through intermediate level players.
These lectures are one of the biggest reason I joined the ICC - to support them to keep doing it =). I hope to see more.
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