How to win at Chess
To learn how to win at Chess you need practical knowledge.
Play the position below as White, where you have an advantage of six pawns. Advantages are measured in pawn units by strong computer chess programs. I know you are just two pawns up but you have a far better position as well. This adds additional pawn units to your advantage.
However your advantage is very high and a good palyer wins this game easily. You should be able to win but this depends on how strong you play, of course. If you are a beginner at chess then this is a good exercise for you. Try it until you win. If you do you have made a definate progress in playing strength.
White is better because:
What you should do
You should try to win additional pawns to increase your material advantage. After this try to promote a pawn into a queen. Make sure at all times that your pieces remain active. If you can keep the opponents pieces as inactive as possible. If you have to let them out then make sure you will gain additional pawns to reach a big material advantage.
Trade rooks or bishops later if you can to simplify the position, this makes winning easier for you.
Don't forget to centralize your king. The king is a fighter, remember?
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