How To: Use the removing the guard tactic in a game of chess

Use the removing the guard tactic in a game of chess

Want to "remove the guard" in your chess endgame? Well, look no further, you are saved. Watch this to see how to do the great chess move. An enemy piece may become undefended or underdefended if the piece (or a piece) guarding it is removed (e.g., captured, forced to move away, etc.).

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Bad example. Be6 would be the counter by black.

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