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Attacking in Chess: Reserves

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Sunday, 22 December 2013

By IM David Pruess, USA, FIDE 2347

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A video lecture by our friend IM David Pruess on the prerequisites of launching a successful attack.

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1. Written by KingOnPoint on on 17:23 23 2013 .
Thanks for the instruction. It was nice to learn a strategy to defend and attack, but how to get ready to attack is my problem. I can't say that I am advanced enough to develop the preparation for a plan like that. I may still be working on small advances rather than whole attacking plans.

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