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In this first video of the series, we will dive into the topic of prophylaxis. Prophylactic thinking in chess is the habit of constantly asking yourself: β€œWhat does my opponent want to do with his last move?”. It can be interpreted as active prevention, which means, that instead of waiting for your opponent to make a threat or to put his piece on a strong square and trying to deal with it, you should prevent it from happening.

This fundamental skill helps you to make moves based on anticipation of moves or plans that your opponent might play.

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