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When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Iglesias vs Molner 1995

Chess Lesson and Video:  Chessplayers are famous for being prophylactic thinkers. One of the most common phrases you’ll hear when looking for advice is the question “what is your opponent doing?” Usually when players recognize what their opponent is up to, the natural instinct is to defend or make some kind of reaction. In today’s game you will see that the best thing you can ask is “can I still get away with my plan.” The best way to prevent your opponent’s idea is to overpower it when it works. You will see a key moment in today’s game when that happens, and white is not able to recover.

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