How you can avoid blundering 99% of the times

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Everyone experienced it. The game goes on and looks promising, but suddenly, a huge blunder happens and we are lost.

Isn't it familiar?

Are you tired of this?

There is a way to avoid it with two simple questions.

1- What is my opponent's threat? That is something that you have to do ALWAYS after the opponent move.

2-Before playing the move we are about to play, say in your mind, what would I reply to that move if I were my opponent?

Let's see an example.

Now think about which is the winning move.

Then the only move that doesn't lose and indeed wins the game is:


And that is why you are not away from high-class moves.

Apply this method and you will see an immediate improvement in your chess.

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