by Dan Heisman
Quote of the Month: “You can’t play what you don’t see.”
The quote of the month has been one of my more popular ones. GM Soltis used it in his book The Wisest Things Ever Said About Chess. A big attribute of this principle is that it has several helpful meanings:
If you don’t consider a move as a potential candidate, it can never be played,
If you do consider a move, but don’t notice its potential, you won’t consider it seriously,
If you don’...
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