Coach Chad’s Opening Theory

Make them retreat, then keep up the initiative, and defend proactively, with prophylaxis if possible during the early stages of middlegame exchanges. Once a clear material advantage is secured, search for a tactical endgame, if there’s too much counter-play to calculate through, just aim to defend a passed pawn, ideally in front of a rook!

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