Pawn promotion in a chess game requires finding ways to promote one's pawns. It's simple enough, but there are tactical considerations to ensure it's done well.
In chess, a pin tactical motif occurs when a piece cannot move because it would expose a higher value piece to attack. Learn to exploit pins in chess games.
When playing chess, clearance is exactly what it sounds like: moving a piece out of the way to clear a square, diagonal, file or rank for another piece.
One important tactic in chess—called interference—involves cutting off a file, rank or diagonal of an opposing piece by moving one's own piece in between.
Capturing a defender may seem like a run of the mill chess move, but when done correctly, it is also an important tactical motif to employ in your next match!
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