By Gary Lane
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This serves as a valuable defense, stalling my opponent's queenside attack. White's position here is dominant, and the time has come to deliver the final blow. 64 o Josh Wai tzkin's Attacking Chess 29 Waitzkin-Sm ith 1989 NEW YORK STATE JR. HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIP WHITE TO PLAY: 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 a b c d e f g h My opponent thought all was well, as his bishop guards the h8 square and his knight protects h7. But look a little deeper, and remember that I have three powerful pieces on the critical h-file.
AB a player it is important to keep this in mind. Whenever my game goes sour, I know that it is time to turn away from positional subtleties. I sample great mating attacks of Morphy, Alekhine, Tal, and Kasparov. For me this is like eating great food, and it rekindles my appetite for the game I love. Now we must learn how to prepare the meal. THE FORK Since the age of seven or eight I have looked forward to weekend chess tournaments as little vacations, a chance to drive to a new town or city, an excuse to spend the weekend in a nice motel with cable and pay-per view.
Strong players also use this knowl edge to quickly calculate the timing and validity of mid dlegame maneuvers. I would suggest taking a few minutes and trying to really gain a grasp of the above di agram. Remember to look not only for forks of your own, but also for those of your opponent. Until you are familiar with the odd L-shaped movement of the knight, its fork can be an unexpected and cruel surprise. This can be safely said about the entire arsenal of weapons you will need to master to build deadly attacks.
A Guide to Attacking Chess (A Batsford chess book) by Gary Lane