Ep. 90: Common Club-Level Chess Mistakes: Matching, Punishing, “Temper Tantrum” Chess & More
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This week we take a deep dive into some of the most common thematic mistakes that club players make on a regular basis. Most of them have to do with misguided tournament strategies and mishandling your opponent, rather than a lack of chess theory. Chapters: (00:00) - Intro (04:08) - The 3 Most Missed Moves (08:19) - Misreading Defensive Moves (11:20) - Brain Fog (13:40) - Matching (16:45) - "Temper Tantrum" Chess (20:34) - Punishing (25:29) - Chess Theater (30:27) - "Active" Moves (33:33) - Early Pawn Overextensions (36:06) - Clock Management (42:02) - Accepting Disruptive Behavior (47:07) - Outro 🎯 Support the Show:  Patreon Buy Me a Coffee📧 If you have a question or topic idea for a future episode, e-mail us at [email protected]. 🔗 Our links: WebsiteTwitter (X)YouTube
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