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Chess Moves Let say you are playing white. Opening game 1.

In the opening of a chess game, the usual openings are d4, d3, e3 or e4(note that both are king and queen pawns). These are considered as GOOD openings. However, you may encounter openings such as c4 or f4, that are not BAD openings, just that they are not usually used. 2. The opening of a chess games plays an important role to ATTACK as well as DEFEND. However, we usually developed our pieces in the opening. Do not attack in the opening as this makes your game undefended. 3. Be alert for the 4 steps checkmate. 4. Develop your knights if you can. Knights are normally used where the chessboard is packed with pieces. 5. The best move is to move your pieces to a place that is save and is guarded by your other pieces. 6. Try not to lose your d pawns and e pawns. 7. You may develop your bishops but try not to go too far to the opponents place or else you may get caught up and had to sacrifice your bishop. 8. And not to forget, try not to start your game by moving the pawn in front of your knight. If not, you may need to sacrifice your rook to your opponents bishop later in the game. 9. Rooks are not normally moved unless the middle game starts. Middle game 1. Its hard to say when will the middle game starts but you will know it when all of your pieces are in place and you are starting to attack. 2. Use wisely your pawns, knights and bishops to attack and yet defend yourselves in the middle game. 3. Only place your pieces in a square whereby it is safe. 4. And dont forget to protect your queen. 5. Try not to castling in EARLY game because the Convent Bukit Nanas players would sure to know the ways to break your castling. This is one of the ways not to let your opponents know your strategies. 6. At near end of the middle game, you may castling but try to do it along the king side. If you king side had been destroyed by your opponents, you may, as well castling on the queen side. After castling, move the pawn that used to be infront of the knight in the starting of the game 1 step. This shall strengthen your castling. 7. Then you may move your rook. Try place your rook in a square that maximize its power, i.e that can control many opponent square. Tips: I disovered this after I played for quite 2 years, heheh, try not to focus on only one strategic to attack your opponent. If it is possible, make it about 2 strategies. This shall make your opponent to worry about your attack and they shall think twice before they develop their pieces. I tried this before and it really works haha

End game 1. At the end game, there shall have no worries but to attack and checkmate your opponent. 2. Use your rooks and queen wisely as it helps a lot in the end game. 3. Becareful your steps in the end game and try to avoid your opponent to checkmate you before you checkmate them. Important: 1. There may be some players who tries to make you lose your attention by chatting with you in the game. Try to ignore them and if possible, ask for their permission to stop chatting. This could be a way to distract your attention from the chessboard and causes careless mistakes that lead to CHECKMATE. There should be total silence in the competition hall. 2. If you are not sure of anything, just raise your hand and wait for the arbiter to come and ask from the arbiter. DO NOT follow whatever rules and regulations from your opponent as it may be wrong. ONLY TRUSTS THE ARBITER. 3. Remember to press the clock everytime you move and jot down your moves as well as your opponents.

Happy Playing! Wish you all the best and good luck in the competition!