How COA [Beta v1.0] Analyzes Territorial Domination:
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[5. Territorial Domination]


How COA [Beta v1.0] Analyzes
- 5. Territorial Domination -

This element only involves the positioning of Pawns, to determine how much territory is legitimately claimed by either side.
Chess Openings - Openings Analysis Example - Territorial Domination

Rules:
  • Each square behind a Pawn is worth 1 point.
  • Squares that Pawns sit upon are not included in the count.
  • Squares that are attacked by other Pawns cannot be counted as part of the Territory claimed.
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