ChessExplained IM Christof Sielecki Shows How To Build a Positional Attack ChessExplained

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ChessExplained opens with 1. Nf3 and ends up playing a Double-Fianchetto opening, avoiding immediate complications and taking the game into a smoother, positional route. Black spends time trying to generate counterplay on the queenside but is too slow, meanwhile ChessExplained completes a fluid development and initiates an attack in the center – leading to excellent piece-play. Black fails to sense the danger and snatches a pawn at a very bad time with 21. …Qxa3? – deserting the kingside which ChessExplained takes advantage of with a ferocious kingside attack – leading to black’s resignation on 29. Be6!

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