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Attacking chess vs positional chess

In you life get you may diffrent kinds of  people just as you get diffrent styls of playing chess the most comon are attacking chess and positional chess. The big qeustion is which one is the best to use in a chess game.

The anwer depens on the type of chess player you are.

There many great attacking chess players who are GM's such as the late  Boby Fischer and there are also many positoinal chess players are who GM's such Kraporv.  Both where world campions chess players .

I think both styls are important in thier own way and chess players should try to learn both styls of play , but play the styl suited to you and to get know your oppenet's styl of chess. 

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  • 3 jaar geleden

    lion060751

    Ah Natalia,words spoken with wisdom. It all sounds very exiting!Cool

  • 3 jaar geleden

    fwhoberg

    Dear lion68751 we can play a game look for the  game from Friedrich.

  • 3 jaar geleden

    sajay

    lona are you southafrican?

  • 3 jaar geleden

    lion060751

    Hello FWHoberg

    As a fellow South African I would love playing a game with you. Many games actually I'm a glutton for punishment. PLEASE say YES?!?

  • 3 jaar geleden

    fwhoberg

    Hi my friend thankyou for comment it is a good debate yes there are risks involed in attacking chess (see the games chess) Paul Morhpy GM vs Henry Bird GM.  The piont I'm making is that whether you are a attacking or positional chess player, play acording to your strengths and devlop them . Yes all chess players who are attacking chess players like myself sohuld not attack reklessly with out a purpus or a plan. I undrestand your view and take it into acount.

  • 3 jaar geleden

    sajay

    she was refering to chess engines.. but why i quoted her here is to say that positional play always lessons chances of blunders.. and being aggressive is always prone to mistakes..

  • 3 jaar geleden

    sajay

    http://www.chess.com/article/view/chess-engines-evaluations

    see what natalia commented

     

    by WGM Natalia_Pogonina - 21 days ago
    Saratov Russia
    Member Since: Jul 2009
    Member Points: 2243

    @ Twobit I use Houdini most of the time. Regarding engines for amateurs and pros: it depends on the goals. For pros it's about improving and winning. For many amateurs the interface and gaming experience matters a lot. Therefore, many people wold prefer, let's say, ChessMaster to Rybka. Anyway, even a "casual" engine will probably be at least 2800+, so it's perfectly fine for a chess fan.

    As to the "free fall" concept: a lot depends on whom we call amateurs - non-competitive players, club players, masters, GMs who have a job besides chess? Many games are indeed decided by a single serious blunder, but there are also many cases when both sides blunder, and the outcome is unpredictable.

     

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