10 Useful Tips to Avoid Blunders in Chess How to Blunder Less
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10 Useful Tips to Avoid Blunders in Chess

10 Useful Tips to Avoid Blunders in Chess

Today I’d like to share with you 10 tips to avoid blunders (to blunder less) in your chess games. We’ll learn the reasoning behind blunders made by Ian Nepomniachtchi in games 8 and 9 of the recent World Chess Championship Match against Magnus Carlsen, and especially how to avoid them.

These tips are very practical and you can easily start implementing them in your own games, and therefore make less blunders. I’m also presenting practical examples including the blunders made by Garry Kasparov against Wesley So, and Tigran Petrosian’s terrible queen blunder against David Bronstein.

What is your favourite tip(s) from this video lesson? Comment below ???

You can find the PGN of these games below:

I hope you enjoy reading this blog post.

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