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Christof Sielecki’s 33 Chess Concepts - 2 Improve your worst piece

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The question is always the same: How to win chess games against a good player?
In order to beat a stronger player, you need to be ready to induce and exploit mistakes, but how to do that? This video series focuses on concepts, ideas and patterns that are essential to know in order spot those opportunities. Even the best players in the world lose games and this series solely relies on more than 200 sample positions and games that feature a world champion on the losing side vs. a non-world champion, sometimes even against a clear underdog. If even World Champions are taken down with the help of the presented subjects, why not your next opponent in a local club event, or in your next tournament? The more ideas and patterns you know, the easier it will be to find a good solution in your own games. Watching this series will help you to better spot your opponent's mistakes and exploit them more effectively.

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