The Chess Time Principle:
Part of the Beginner's Chess Guide (Section 2)
Good Development Can
Gain A Time Advantage
A player who has an advantage in Time has developed his material more quickly, so they're able to reach a specific area of the Board before their opponent can mobilize their own troops, to that same region.
In fact, the player with the Time advantage doesn't need to physically have his troops IN a specific region, within enemy Territory ... They simply need to be within attacking range ...
For more about patrolling enemy Territory, with your army, check out the topic about Space & The Space Count System.
Principle of Development
"A piece should only be moved
ONCE, in the Opening!."
Moving On: Gambit Openings Can Speed Up Development (Page 2).
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