1 ) As keeps on pawn rolling , its difficult to defend
2 ) New idea to attack quickly
3 ) In front of our castled pawns are poisoned pawn (opponent's pawn), so don't capture it , even you get these pawn freely . Because you are helping your opponent to open his files and easy to attack
4 ) Controlling center squares are most important to attack in different ways, as specially near to opponent king
5 ) Pawn moved to develop Bishop, so move pawn directly on b5 to attack on Knight
6 ) Fork attack. Bishops are good at end game , so capture Bishop
7 ) Pawn fork attack
8 ) Dangerous Pin on Queen from Bishop
9 ) Attack from your pawn to opponent's piece to undevelop his piece
10 ) Capturing extra piece
11 ) Increasing pressure by increasing number of on attack on f2 pawn
12 ) Capturing extra Pawn
13 ) Plan to bringing our Queen towards Kingside
14 ) If Bishop captures our Knight, then undouble our pawns and pushes White Knight , if not then our Knight is at center of the board.
15 ) Strong attack from white's Bishop, after this attack black's king loses its castling power
16 ) Capturing Knight from Queen is beneficial
17 ) Attacking Bishop by moving Knight on d2. After this move Bishop has to go back to h7 , if he takes our poision pawn then his king under danger.
18 ) Start attack on center pawns to eliminate center pawn
19 ) You cant take pawn, because Queen is present behind the pawn. So find another idea to do counter attack
Which is Qc7
20 ) Good way to push back white's pieces
21 ) Attack from pawn, So that to push your opponent's pieces
22 ) Capturing extra Pawn
23 ) Here, Pawn move is most important to get a opponent's piece. If Bishop don't sacrifice then Black will lose his Queen
24 ) Giving Check in right time is most important. Here Knight cant move ,Because g7 pawn hanging. So King must move and losing its castling power
25 ) Don't defend pieces from your Knight , because if your Knight captured by your enemy then you will lose other piece as well which was defended by white's Knight.
26 ) Pawn attack leads to push opponent's piece backside
27 ) Sacrificing the Rook , so that to get white's Rook
28 ) Pawn Push leads to pushing black Knight backside. Because it entered to white's territory
29 ) Capturing from our Bishop to knight is a good idea here, gXf6 weakens black's castled pawns. Black's King is so weak.
30 ) Advancing of pawns leads to increase pressure on castled pawns
31 ) Attacking to the Queen, so that to push him back or exchange Queen
32 ) Attacking or giving check repeatedly or moving same move thrice leads to draw.
33 ) Pawn move makes to push back opponent's piece or making to waste their tempo
34 ) If pawn attack to your knight then Knight have good idea to attack on attacked pawn , then Bishop gives check on King. Now he has to move his King
35 ) Attack on defender- Bxg7
36 ) Creating weakness by doubling opponent's pawns. You can save your Queen afterwards.
37 ) Capturing extra pawn
38 ) f4 move leads to attacking to Knight and also you can move your pieces quickly in front of your opponent King
39 ) Don't defend from Knight
40 ) Deflection 1
41 ) Rook atttack leads to give up white's Queen
42 ) Always try to search for counter attack or double attack.
43 ) Attacking on defender, so that Queen is forcefully deflecting to other square so that we can attack on targeted square on c6.
If Queen moves to d5 then move e4 , now Queen must undefend on c6 square
44 ) Develop Rook and increase pressure on c6 square and also pinning c7 pawn(if Knight move away from c6 square, so that to get free piece.
45 ) After Ne4 then Rook must leave 3rd rank with the help of deflection trick, later on we capture c3 pawn freely.
46 ) White did mistake by blocking line which is Queen is defending Bishop. Now we can capture Bishop freely
47 ) Everything developed, Now what to do ? Now lets open Rooks line by moving f5 and also pushing White knight to backside.
48 ) Ne4 is amazing move to do fork attack
49 ) Always try to search for counter attack
50 ) Winning e6 pawn by moving to Bg5
51 ) Pawn move leads to increase pressure on castled pawns
52 ) Capturing strong Knight which is on exact center squares and creating weakness by doubling the pawns.
53 ) Rook's fantastic check to King , Now King cant escape except giving up the Queen.
54 ) RXg3 leads to get free Knight
55 ) Capturing from pawn leads making your opponent to move same piece twice.
56 ) In this position capturing from d pawn leads to capturing extra piece, if you capture from g pawn then later this pawn is not ready to capture another piece , but d pawn is ready
57 ) When opponent moved pawn then Bishop undefended , Knight is temporarily defended when we attack on Knight then Knight much move and undefended its pieces , so avoid defending pieces from your Knight
58 ) In this position, which pawn we should capture ? yes, dXe6 pawn , now this pawn is fully ready to capture on Queen , So Queen is busy in capturing e6 pawn , later we d4 pawn from our Knight.
59 ) Attacking on defending piece by moving on f3 and attacking to Knight. In this position black's best move is to RXd4 eXd4 - undoubling the pawns ; Knight escapes Nd2.
60 ) Make your opponent to move same piece by moving pawn to attack on piece
61 ) This is right time to give check to the King to lose its castling power, later again come back to e7 to unpin or defend Knight.
62 ) Start attacking on castled pawn by moving f4 g4 ; hXg4, because blacks castled pawn have more weakness and its pawn came too forward so that white can attack quickly.
63 ) Attacking on castled pawn
64 ) Attack on Knight to capture free pawn
65 ) Your opponent castled but not you and black move g pawn and white already moved h3, so its so quick to attack on castled pawns.
66 ) Capturing pawn freely because Queen is front side , so Queen must escape from c file - dXc5 bXc5 ; RXc5 Qe8 escaped from c file RXc8 QXc8; Rc1 with tempo and again Queen must move to safe square.