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Daily analysis, 2013-07-18

Lessons learned:

  • A plan is only as good as its execution; my hunt for the a5 pawn could've probably be conducted in a much calmer and more solid manner.  Instead, in my haste I lost a rook and pawn that I didn't need to lose.
  • It's important to find which moves your opponent can play that'll cause you the most pain and find ways to counter-act them.
  • Don't lose confidence because you made a mistake!
  • It doesn't matter if you play the right moves over the board, as long as you take the time later to examine the game and come up with alternatives.

Comments


  • 17 months ago

    hicetnunc

    It's important to find which moves your opponent can play that'll cause you the most pain and find ways to counter-act them.

    Oh yeah... "What is he going to do next ? What's his idea ? What would I do if I were him ?" Cool

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