The Chess Manual of Avoidable Mistakes

Author: Romain Edouard (2014)

Objectivity is what makes the biggest dif­ference between humans and computers. 

The first problem we chess players meet is that we are not always able to objecti­vely assess the possibilities in the position. Sometimes, if we are happy with some­thing we can do, we are not looking for more. This is a mistake in many cases...

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