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Charles Storey’s “Positional Chess Skills” - Changing positional advantages

Opening: D02, A46: Queen's Pawn Game 1 d4 d5 2 Nf3, Queen's Pawn Game 1 d4 Nf6 2 Nf3

Player(s): Andersson, Martinez, Linster

A positional advantage can be something hard to spot, especially when the player is not an expert. But, following FM Storey's lessons, at this point, you can recognize a positional advantage. This new piece of know-how makes you ready to appreciate how to change a positional advantage into a different kind of it and to convert a game into a win when you realize that changing approach to your advantage can lead to a greater one. In the first game Charlie shows us in this video, the Master of Positional Chess Ulf Andersson plays a much lower-rated player. It is quite impressive how Andersson, using his positional skills, doesn't need to calculate at all to win the game.

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