I play many pawn moves.
I bring the queen out as fast as possible.
I always attack right away.
I develop first the queenside pieces.
I develop very fast the kingside pieces and castle as soon as possible.
I always attack as fast as possible.
I trade off my bishops for the knights in any position because knights are stronger as they can make forks.
I play pieces often to the edge of the board.
When my opponent has made his move I analyse it to find out what he wants.
I move my pawns in front of my king.
A rook is always stronger than a bishop and a knight together.
A rook can jump over pawns.
Two rooks have roughly the same value as a queen.
I leave my rooks sitting in the corner until the endgame arrives.
Three pawns have the same value as a rook.
A pawn can give a check.
A pawn is pretty useless and can be sacrificed always.
A pawn can promote only into a queen.
Pawns can always only move one square at a time.
A queen has just a value of two knights.
A queen can jump over other pieces.
A queen can move just on the diagonals.
I always attack with the queen only, that is enough.
A queen has about the same value as two rooks.
Stalemate is the same as checkmate.
If the enemy king is in stalemate I win.
If the enemy king is in stalemate I lose.
A king that is in stalemate must be in check at the same time.
If the enemy king is in stalemate the game is a draw.
A knight is stronger than a bishop because it can make a fork.
A knight is stronger than a bishop because it can go on white and black squares.
A knight is very powerful at the edge of the board.
A knight can jump over other pieces.
A knight has usually more value than four pawns.
A bishop can move only on one colour. That's why it is weaker than a knight.
A bishop loves blocked positions. There it feels safe.
A bishop needs open diagonals to show its strength.
Bishops can jump over pawns.
Two bishops are stronger in blocked positions than two knights.
I castle when I feel like it.
To castle is just a waste of time. I rather develop a piece instead.
The king is usually pretty safe in the middle so I keep attacking that is more important than castling.
I develop my kingside pieces and after that I castle as soon as possible.