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Art.-Nr.: LXPRZHTTIC

How to Think in Chess

276 Seiten, kartoniert, Russel, 2001.

24,95 €
inkl. 7% MwSt., zzgl. Versandkosten

What wins chess games? More than anything else, organized and efficient thinking. But chess thinking is specialized. Even Albert Einstein was a confessed chess duffer. It's not so much how smart you are as how smart your chess-thinking techniques are. The effects of memorizing moves, one of the most widespread attempts to improve, pale beside the results of learning how to think effectively in chess.

How to Think in Chess is the rare book that explains in clear terms the techniques chess masters use to find their moves. The authors, an international chess champion and a trained professional thinker, are uniquely qualified on the subject. They offer you both academic research and personal experience. How to Think in Chess teaches you practical ways of thinking to win.

Details
Sprache Englisch
Autor Przewoznik, Jan
Soszynski, Marek
Verlag Russel
Medium Buch
Gewicht 400 g
Breite 11,2 cm
Höhe 16,9 cm
Seiten 276
ISBN-10 1888690100
ISBN-13 9781888690101
Erscheinungsjahr 2001
Einband kartoniert
Inhalte

iForeword

iiiPreface

001I Introduction

009II Solo Analysis

009 1. Positions for solo analysis

011 2. Analysis of training positions - solutions

024 3. How to analyze the protocols of thinking aloud

028 4. Example of protocol analyses

033 5. Exercises

060 6. Solutions to the exercises

076III Solving Methods

077 1. Analysis of critical positions

087 2. Grouping forcing and non-forcing possibilities

088 3. Combining moves, grouping possibilities

089 4. Forming the possibilities into three groups

090 5. Plan formation

094 6. A preference for some move or plan

096 7. The basic variation

097 8. Anticipation

100 9. Progressive deepening

107 10. Checking

108 11. Securing

108 12. Conflict analysis

110 13. Trying out

111 14. Clarification

111 15. Strengthening

113 16. Confirmation

114 17. Non-execution of moves

115 18. Calculating only one's own moves

117 19. Methodical doubt

120 20. Aiming for partial liquidation or elimination

122 21. Methodical return to more general problems

123IV Test Your Chess Fantasy

123 1. Test construction

126 2. How to solve the problems and assess performance

131 3. Problems

191 4. Answers

193 5. Full Solutions

236 6. Problem classification and scoring

243 7. Favorable conditions for creative solving

246 8. Are you a creative thinker?

248V Psychological Training

249 1. Setting goals

253 2. Positive thinking

257 3. Stress management

266 4. Character development

269 5. Positive self-image

271Selected Bibliography

273Index of Players and Composers

How to Think in Chess

EUR

24.95