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Every chess player could use an invisible friend to whisper: “This is the critical moment; your next move could win the game.” Well, this unique guide can be that friend! It helps players learn when to ignore the obvious move and look for the powerful, decisive one—so they can seize the initiative and gain the winning edge. To illustrate his invaluable lessons, the author analyzes 280 games from major competitions, and shows how the world’s greatest masters recognize and exploit “critical moments” to achieve their victories.
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