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The question Chess principles for beginner has been closed as too broad, but it is a very precise question about the validity and relevance of a particular set of principles. There is, in my honest opinion, no reason why this should be closed.

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I'm intended to say it does; people have written books about lists like these. Though to be fair, they'll expand each point with examples, otherwise it'll be a small book.

In general, list type questions don't fare too well in the Stack Exchange format. If you strongly agree with one item in the list but are vehemently opposed to another, should you up- or downvote? If you have a new item, should you add it to the list or write a new answer? What if you have multiple items to add?

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  • Thank you! I was not aware of how that priviledge works!
    – David
    Jun 27, 2019 at 8:18
  • You're welcome. It'll end up in the review queue after ~15 minutes (here it is); I'll skip that review since my decision would be binding and this is one of the instances where I prefer not to act (as mentioned in my nomination).
    – Glorfindel Mod
    Jun 27, 2019 at 8:30

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