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The side of the chessboard that is nearest to the queen's opening position.

queen′side′ adv. & adj.


(ˈkwiːnˌsaɪd) chess
(Chess & Draughts) the half of a chessboard on which the queen starts
(Chess & Draughts) occurring on the queenside
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So tried to complicate things up by allowing Svidler to gain a queenside passed pawn in exchange for a pair of bishops but failed to press his bid, settling for a draw via repetition of moves.
White normally attacks down the kingside and Black often, but not alway,s down the Queenside.
Jones sacrificed an exchange to neutralise the attack, while securing the two bishops and severely weakening Latasa's queenside and kingside pawns.
In that game, Kramnik sacrificed a pawn in the Semi-Slav Defence, attacked and grabbed weak pawns on the queenside toKramnik sacrificed a pawn in the Semi-Slav Defence, attacked and grabbed weak pawns on the queenside and beat Giri.
He blasted black's queenside and relentlessly pursued the black knight until finally closing the net on move 47.
centralizing the Queen and preparing Castle Queenside.
However, White loses his advantage by playing b6 instead of a6 on move 20, and after closing down the Queenside he errs further by overestimating Black's attack and misplaces his pieces in order to mount a defence.
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White fights for control of the center from the very first move, and the bishop on g2 hinders Black's queenside development.
The top-seed reacted poorly against white's menacing attack and was too slow to organise a counter-offensive on the queenside.
Both went in for long castling -- Queenside castling -- and a little later, the challenger seemed happy enough to see more pieces going off the board.
Combinations are not in the offing on the Queenside but it is possible to discern potential sacrifices with Knight on h6 and looking at f7.
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