The Worst of the 2015 Club Championship – Beginner Breakdown

Mike Kummer recaps the lower boards from the Chess Club Championship. These are actually probably not the “worst” games from the event, but they contain mistakes and blunders. These blemishes make for a good beginner learning experience.

Ken West vs. Matthew R Manley, 2015: D12 Queen’s Gambit Declined Slav, 4.e3 Bf5
Mario Roper vs. Luke Sicong Ye, 2015: E21 Nimzo-Indian, three knights variation
Robert Beekman vs. Alexis Kathleen Wojcik, 2015: A07 Reti, King’s Indian attack (Barcza system)
James McLaughlin vs. John Boyer, 2015: B04 Alekhine’s defence, modern, Larsen variation

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