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Improve Your Chess: Learn From Your Mistakes

Opening: B45: Sicilian Four Knights (by Transposition)


After an equal opening, Black creates a weakness on d6, but White mistakenly puts a piece there too soon, allowing a nice combination winning a piece. Then Black gets sloppy and instead of developing his pieces, tries for more and loses the piece right back. Eventually material gets back to equal, but just then White allows yet another easy combination netting Black a piece yet again. This time Black converts to a win. Along the way, the players' errors are discussed, along with how one could learn from those mistakes.

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