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How to think in chess
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Titel: How to think in chess
Auteur: Przewoznik J. & Soszynski
Jaartal: 2001
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's:   276
Verkoopprijs:   Ä 12.50
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Contents:

i Foreword
iii Preface

001 I Introduction

009 II 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

076 III 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

123 IV 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?

248 V Psychological Training
249 1. Setting goals
253 2. Positive thinking
257 3. Stress management
266 4. Character development
269 5. Positive self-image

271 Selected Bibliography
273 Index of Players and Composers††

Catalogue text:

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.






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