This time it's about the attack

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10/29/2003 – In his last lecture on the server our GM trainer Dorian Rogozenko spoke about the defence. This Thursday he issues a call to arms and speaks about attacking methods in chess. You can attend the lecture at 21:00h Middle European Time, which translates to 20:00h London and 3 p.m. New York. Details...

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GM Dorian Rogozenko writes: "The main goal of today's lecture is to show typical positions in which one side can successfully build up a standard attack. I also want to point out when planning to attack the opponent's king is a consequense of strategical aspects of the position, thus being the most optimal plan. The examples will be mostly from the modern practice, including my own games. I'll have such topics as attacking with pawns, attacking with pieces, the importance of open files in attack etc.

GM Dorian Rogozenko's lectures begin at 21:00h server time (= MET, Middle European Time), which translates to 20:00h London and 3 p.m. New York. You can use Fritz or any Fritz-compatible program (Shredder, Junior, Tiger, Hiarcs) to follow the lectures, or download a free trial client here.

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