During a game, it's too time-consuming to always look for candidate moves and make blunder checks. Instead, I think those techniques should be used extensively in training during a limited period. I will explain what I mean with a short theoretical discussion.
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- (no access) - Smith, Axel - Pump Up Your Rating - pages 1 to 62.pdf, p9
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