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Tactics for Everyone! - Double Attack - Part 3

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Ronen "indiana-Jones" Har-Zvi in his new feat "Tactics for Everyone" - a course on basic and not-so-basic tactics in chess - demostrating how to take advantage of undefended pieces, with what is usually called a double-attack. If you have loose pieces spread over the board for too many moves in a row, you're bound to suffer from your opponent's tactics, aimed to win material, when not the whole game. In this series, GM Har-Zvi guides you to learn the thinking processes that lead to spot tactics on the board and take advantage of the chances offered by the position.

As Ronen says: everyone blunders, even Carlsen, and a good player must be able to spot it and punish it. How? By using tactics, of course! 

Ronen had to record a third episode of his series on double-attacks, as many people sent him messages asking for more! In this last episode on this tactics subject, Ronen takes it up a notch, showing us some subtleties in double-attacking positions, insisting on the importance of the "visual patterns".

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