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The knights and the bishops are called the minor pieces, as they are typically weaker than queens and rooks.

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As with many things in chess, the answer is: It depends on the position. You touched on this by discussing open vs closed positions, but it can go much deeper than that. In high level play, the middle …
answered Sep 21 '13 by James Christopher
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Who are these "some experts"? I was not able to find any IMs or GMs that value the pair at 1-2 pawns. Keep in mind that these values are not absolute. It depends entirely on position and how your stra …
answered Sep 8 '13 by James Christopher