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Learning From Our Mistakes

Learning From Our Mistakes

Everyone makes mistakes, but one of the best methods of chess improvement is to learn from your errors. John GM Illingworth in his new video series on why we make mistakes, how to learn from them and how to avoid them going forward.

  • Learning Our Lesson In Chess

    All chess players make mistakes. The key to improvement is how well you learn from them. In this new series, find out how to make the most of your mistakes by turning them into lessons.

    • 7 min
    • 5 challenges
  • Learning to Identify Mistakes

    What good are mistakes if you can't identify them and learn from them? Find out how to spot the mistakes in your chess game so you can improve from the lessons they inspire.

    • 9 min
    • 5 challenges
  • Learning What Causes Chess Mistakes

    Now that you know how to identify mistakes in chess, you need to learn what causes them in the first place. Find out why mistakes happen and what you can do to prevent them in your games.

    • 9 min
    • 5 challenges
  • Losing Control Of Our Emotions

    Chess may inspire many emotions, but cold, hard logic usually wins. Learn how to not lose your cool in stressful chess situations—and make fewer mistakes.

    • 11 min
    • 5 challenges
  • Taking Actionable Steps

    Now that you know all chess players make mistakes, find out the steps you can take to minimize them. These steps will let you grow your game from the inevitable errors that come with chess.

    • 10 min
    • 5 challenges
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