Chess rating: 1263
Give chess goodie
|Thu Jan 7 2016 4:28PM | MsgID: 18765393|
It has been said that when neither player makes a mistake, a game of chess will end in a draw. This would indicate that chess is unwinnable, although it's not unlosable. It seems the best approach would be to focus on making fewer mistakes than one's opponent, while provoking one's opponent into making mistakes. Here is where most chess literature fails. The tactics training exercises and chess puzzles seem to be set up to show how to exploit a mistake that has already occurred instead of how one should cause the mistake to begin with. Are there any books or videos for that?