The first two video clips, on this page, feature progressive moves during a mock opening phase.
After each clip, we'll pinpoint the chess pieces that could be considered "Active".
As for the the third video, it's a repropduction of full game, played in 1957 between Georgian GM Bukhuti Gurgenidze and Moscowvite GM Mikhail Tal.
Naturally, the third video will feature many instances of chess pieces in Active situations. Based on what you understand from the first two clips, determine for yourself when both player's pieces take up Active roles.
Clip 1 Examples
Clip 2 Examples
Gurgenidze-Tal, Moscow, 1957
- Observe "Active" Pieces In A Proper Game -
Okay, so, watch this game and, based on what you've seen and read, with the previous two clips, try and determine when either Gurgenidze's or Tal's pieces are in what could be considered an Active role.