Expertise and error-making in chess

The aim of this paper is to illustrate, in some detail, the phenomenon of chess expertise and the making of errors by chess experts. In doing so, this paper also aims to reveal the close relationship between expertise and error making in chess. Finally, the paper aims to show how understanding that integral relationship can assist in the creation of pedagogical methods that can minimize error making, while also maximizing expertise. The analysis may provide some assistance in the development of our understanding of expert epistemologies amongst the professions, and for reflection about the appropriateness of current pedagogical methods utilized in the education of those professions.
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