Willy Hendriks takes the most extreme position in Move First, Think Later (2012). He argues that there's nothing but concrete moves; Alexander Kotov's mechanical variation trees, from Think Like a Grandmaster (1971), and other thinking techniques are oversimplifying and of no use at the board.
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- (no access) - Smith, Axel - Pump Up Your Rating - pages 1 to 62.pdf, p8
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