There’s no point advancing all our pawns while other pieces stay at home, unable to join.
Knights can put pressure on the centre while staying protected themselves. For example, the knight on f3 can be guarded by the g2 pawn.
The pieces of the master seem to be stronger. Why? Because they know to place them in safer outposts, with more activity, more tasks and in better cooperation with the rest of the pieces.
This brings the initiative. The player with the initiative can carry on with his/her tasks easier as he/she advance while their opponent has a passive role and just defends.
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