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By (author) Riley Sheffield. Publication date 01 Dec 1981. Publisher Chess Enterprises. Publication City/Country United States. We can notify you when this item is back in stock. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).
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in the CHESS POSITION. Riley Sheffield "Chess is a struggle. THE HEART OF CHESS We open what Is perhaps the most important chapter of this book. We will examine the application of tension in practical play
in the CHESS POSITION. We will examine the application of tension in practical play. We will see the effect of releasing tension: the expenditure of energy, the drawing of the opponent's pieces Into the position and freeing of his game.
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The idea is to maintain tension until you can resolve it with some advantage, or until you can force your opponent to resolve it with a disadvantage. Classical opening theory revolves around this struggle. You can read an excellent analysis of how it works in various openings in Reuben Fine's The Ideas Behind the Chess Openings. Keep in mind that only very advanced players have the skill to know when to resolve central tension. It requires a lot of experience and study. For beginners and even amateur club players, this question is a nuance that makes no real difference in your games.
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