one move ahead

one move ahead

(of someone or something) Go to one jump ahead (of someone or something).
See also: ahead, move, one
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CCTV camera footages show how luckily Kocal was one move ahead of the death.
If the Giants win, our panelists agree, it goes something like this: Bumgarner wins both of his starts, Pablo Sandoval and Buster Posey deliver big hits, and Bochy stays one move ahead of Yost.
GUUS HIDDINK is usually one move ahead - which is why his old Dutch 'foe' Mario Melchiot thinks he can bring Chelsea success AND juggle two jobs.
Since election day Obama has been staying one move ahead on the chess board of politics," observed Brian Jones, a Republican consultant and former aide to John McCain's campaign.
If all you do is copy the other guy then you are bound to lose because he will get to checkmate one move ahead of you.
Test cricket can be like a game of chess as the captain and his team attempt to stay at least one move ahead of the opposition.
Zemmama slipped another pass down the left and inside Malcolm as Nish burst free but Smith was one move ahead and rushed from his line to block his shot.
They work the angles, take pitches, think one move ahead and maximize their potential.
New Liskeard -- Mid-Canada Fiberglass Limited (MCF) stays at least one move ahead of its competition, making it the number one manufacturer for Scott and Bluewater Canoes, and Impex kayaks in Canada.
In chess, of course, the key is looking at least one move ahead as you plot to outwit your opponent.
It is like a chess player planning just one move ahead.
Lewis made his pile by being one move ahead of the opposition and there is no doubt that the Millennium opens up rich, unchartered frontiers for computer-led gambling.
That is why we intend to remain one move ahead of our rivals.
They are always one move ahead of the game and that's why Celtic's squad has a limited shelf life.