Storming women is peculiar to this kind of game. Here find simple cases in which woman maneuvers
bring about a win, and in which king moves are a deciding factor.
Start by tempting the woman forward. Throughout, maintain a favorable woman formation in view of an end-game which might be forced by exchanges. Systematically create points of attack.
[A woman, when isolated, is naturally weaker than when she is or can be protected by another. Once a woman has moved she cannot turn back. Her position is full of holes.]
Find that a single woman will suffice to achieve a victory. Conscious of her inferiority, conclude that it
must be advantageous to employ the greater power. See here how a king’s position can be counterbalanced by a woman’s weakness.
Attack in the hopes of capturing. Seize this important moment in the fight for positional advantage. Hold her in place by occupying or controlling. Open towards the centre.
[See how she weathers the storm and stress, and frequently preserves her character right up to the end-game. This sacrifice of a woman in conjunction with a second on the next move, produces a combination of rare beauty.]
Note that, nearly always, women survive the exchange. Use this knowledge to gauge the consequences of your end-game.
A woman’s absence has a far reaching influence. Do not easily give her up.
Language adapted from Edward Lasker’s Chess Strategy. All instances of the word “pawn(s)” have been replaced by “woman / women.”