Video Game Analysis #4

This time David lost.

He was winning though and it wasn’t very complicated. But as it usually happens in chess, when you miss the first opportunity, the second one is already more difficult. If you then miss the second opportunity, provided there is a third one, it will be more difficult than the second one. So it pays to be precise.

 

Alex Colovic
A professional player, coach and blogger. Grandmaster since 2013.
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1 Comment
  • Ebuka Udeani
    Jul 21,2017 at 4:41 pm

    Very true…….”when you miss the first opportunity, the second one is already more difficult. If you then miss the second opportunity, provided there is a third one, it will be more difficult than the second one.”

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