He was inducted into the U. Chess Hall of Fame in The author discusses common obstacles to clear visualization and offers techniques to overcome them in your own play. Compared to the first edition, McKay third printing , the very first example, Piket-Sosonko , has been replaced by a new example, Kamsky-Mamedyarov Though much of the descriptive language is similar:.
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But until now there has never been a book devoted entirely to this most mysterious and essential chess technique. This book examines both the technical and practical aspects of how to think ahead -- the selection of candidate moves, the evaluation of end positions, findin Every player has heard the saying, "Chess is 99 percent tactics.
This book examines both the technical and practical aspects of how to think ahead -- the selection of candidate moves, the evaluation of end positions, finding the proper move order, and the like. Special attention is paid to the broad range of calculating mistakes, such as overlooked zwischenzugs and "quiet moves," visualization blunders, and "believing" your opponent.
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Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Mar 17, Nikolai Alzate rated it really liked it. I wish it had come with more illustrative games. The Inner Game of Tennis? Chess players should read both. No book can teach you how to calculate and then just "win. When should you calculate? When should you calculate until you might be in time trouble?
When should you 'beli The Inner Game of Tennis? When should you 'believe your opponent' meaning, don't accept the sacrifice , and when should you just be practical?
The only other review here seems to ask for more examples, but I have had both the old and new versions of this book and both are so packed with examples that I took more than six months to study them in depth. I am a weak player, so I'm not sure what anyone else expects, but there are are a ton of games in the revised edition. I worked through this whole book like a college textbook, and I am the better for it.
Even if I don't win more games, I enjoyed the moments when in the text, a move was left unexplained other than the comment: "not That is what calculation is. Another book you might like is Improve Your Chess Now.
Tisdall has exercises to practice the 'stepping stone' method to hang onto long calculations. I did not need this in the Soltis book - his variations were easily in the grasp of this level player.
I cannot remember what book this came from, but when calculation is the topic, the question seems to be "how far do Grandmasters calculate? How many moves ahead does a GM calculate? As many and she needs to. Aspire to this! CRB rated it really liked it Jun 16, Steve J White rated it it was amazing Jan 05, Dustin Arand rated it liked it Mar 20, Dan Needles rated it really liked it Dec 28, Paulrx04 rated it it was ok Dec 29, Tt rated it really liked it Aug 22, Alberto rated it liked it Aug 05, Jim rated it really liked it Jan 09, William rated it really liked it Mar 13, Paolo rated it it was amazing Jan 19, David Jacobs rated it liked it Nov 03, Naum rated it liked it May 12, Alexander Fontana rated it liked it Sep 05, Aloisio Ponti rated it it was amazing Oct 07, Salman rated it really liked it Feb 03, Felix Hernandez rated it really liked it Dec 23, Josh rated it it was amazing Jul 12, Paul Couto rated it really liked it Nov 28, Andrew rated it it was amazing Sep 11, James rated it really liked it Jan 04, Allan Fisher rated it really liked it Nov 06, Raiyan Ahsan rated it it was amazing Feb 16, Jed Read rated it liked it Feb 14, Steve Toyne rated it did not like it May 23, Kara rated it liked it Jan 02, Paul rated it it was amazing Apr 26, Jimi Olivo rated it it was amazing Aug 19, Richard Shulmistra rated it really liked it Jul 13, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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The Inner Game of Chess: How to Calculate and Win
The Inner Game of Chess : How to Calculate and Win
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