A graduate of Stuyvesant High School inNew York, Loren Weiss has dedicatedconsiderable time to improving his chessstrategy...
1. Create a plan and stick to it. When you constantly changeyour attack strategy, your opponent will have an easy timedefe...
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A graduate of Stuyvesant High School in New York, Loren Weiss has dedicated considerable time to improving his chess strategy. Last year, the United States Chess Federation ranked Loren Weiss 26th in the nation for his age group (18). Below, he has outlined some of the most helpful tips for chess players.

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Loren weiss’ advice for a winning chess strategy by loren weiss stuyvesant

  1. 1. A graduate of Stuyvesant High School inNew York, Loren Weiss has dedicatedconsiderable time to improving his chessstrategy. Last year, the United StatesChess Federation ranked Loren Weiss26th in the nation for his age group (18).Below, he has outlined some of the mosthelpful tips for chess players.
  2. 2. 1. Create a plan and stick to it. When you constantly changeyour attack strategy, your opponent will have an easy timedefending his or her pieces. Instead, follow a plan and let yourpieces work together to accomplish it.2. Analyze your opponent’s moves and attempt to decipher thegeneral strategy. When you understand your opponent’s plan,you can make preemptive moves to protect your own piecesand exploit potential weaknesses.3. Attempt to control the center of the board. Pieces located inthe center have more options for movement and the playerwho controls the center can more easily launch an assault on hisor her opponent.4. Never let your guard down. Even if you think that you have thewinning strategy, refrain from relaxing and giving your opponentthe opportunity to turn the tables. Always think defensively.

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