Every chess player has at some time or another forgotten a line which he or she had prepared. Sometimes it’s a total blackout, other time moves are mixed up due to the pressures of over the board play. It’s a routine situation in the world of chess, even among grandmasters. But what can be behind this forgetfulness? Do we leave it at “he simply forgot” or, on the contrary, can we learn something from these mistakes in order to train and strengthen our game?
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