How many times have you found yourself in a situation when you think your opponent has made a mistake? You look at the move and think “it must be a blunder”. You even know how to take advantage of it. Oftentimes, things are not as simple as they seem at first glance. In fact, some of those “mistakes” are not mistakes at all, but tricky moves. If you don’t understand the position well enough you may buy into it, ruining the game.
What should you do about it? Make good decisions – win more games!
By incorrectly interpreting your opponent’s move as a mistake you will make a mistake yourself the very next move!
In the first part of this video course, top American Grandmaster Alex Lenderman teaches you not to assume that your opponent’s move is a mistake, until absolutely sure. GM Lenderman provides many illustrative examples demonstrating this important concept.
He shares his own, personal thinking methods which help him at precisely identifying dangerous moments in the game and resolving it in his favor.