How COA [Beta v1.0] Analyzes Control:
Part of the Chess Openings Guide

Chess Openings Analyzer [Beta v1.0]
How COA Analyzes Chess Openings
[2. Control]

How COA [Beta v1.0] Analyzes
- 2. Control -

NOTE: The same lack of analyzing for Vulnerability that affects analysis of Center Domination also affects COA {Beta v1.0}'s analysis of Control.
This element expands on the analysis of the Center territory and looks at coverage of the entire Chessboard, to see where both armies dominate and discovers who holds a greater amount of territory, overall.
Chess Openings - Openings Analysis Example - Control

  • Each square controlled is worth 1 point.
  • If both armies share control of a square, they each get 0.5 points.
To learn more about Control, click here.

Moving On: How COA Analyzes: Point Count (Page 3).

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