Boring Chess Play
Boring chess play usually means endgames. Most beginners dislike endgames and are often lost for an idea once they lose their Queen. Defence is also often considered boring; attacking is far more exciting. Boring stuff usually refers to:
To some extent, exciting attacking chess play is better in beginner and intermediate chess levels. Attacks are often successful against beginners and intermediate players, because they donít know how to defend properly.
Endgame play is the hallmark of master level chess. But even at intermediate levels of chess, correct endgame play is probably not as important as avoiding tactical mistakes. Before the endgame comes the middlegame, and most beginner games donít last long enough to become an endgame. Nevertheless, mastery of endgame nuances gradually becomes more important in the higher chess levels.
Related Chess Tactics
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