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Think Like A Grandmaster

Free Download Think Like A Grandmaster - by Alexander Kotov Bernard Cafferty - Think Like A Grandmaster, Think Like A Grandmaster A classic now available in modern algebraic notation for the first time Few books have had as much impact on chess literature as this the first edition sold out within months and it was immediately

  • Title: Think Like A Grandmaster
  • Author: Alexander Kotov Bernard Cafferty
  • ISBN: 9780713478853
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Paperback

Free Download Think Like A Grandmaster - by Alexander Kotov Bernard Cafferty, Think Like A Grandmaster, Alexander Kotov Bernard Cafferty, Think Like A Grandmaster A classic now available in modern algebraic notation for the first time Few books have had as much impact on chess literature as this the first edition sold out within months and it was immediately recognized as a masterpiece of chess instruction Twenty years later it remains a bestseller in the field and one of the best practical training manuals available Free Download Think Like A Grandmaster - by Alexander Kotov Bernard Cafferty - Think Like A Grandmaster, Think Like A Grandmaster A classic now available in modern algebraic notation for the first time Few books have had as much impact on chess literature as this the first edition sold out within months and it was immediately

  • Free Download Think Like A Grandmaster - by Alexander Kotov Bernard Cafferty
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Think Like A Grandmaster

About "Alexander Kotov Bernard Cafferty"

  1. Alexander Kotov Bernard Cafferty

    His name in Russian is A Soviet chess grandmaster.

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  1. A couple of nights ago, Carlsen was making Ponomariov wish he d never been born It was the 2009 Tal Memorial We all watching knew that Carlsen knew exactly what he was doing as the punchdrunk Ponomariov kept staggering to his feet to make one awful move It was too easy.22 Bb3 Wow It was SO easy Carlsen could make such a slow move in the middle of what looked like delivering a series of knockout punches We were all too impressed for words The kid really knows what he is doing.And that was it He [...]


  2. Here s the short version of this book be humble or perish when it s your turn to move, build a tree of analysis or plant a house evaluate a branch once and only once doing it twice is a waste of time beware of the blind spot it exists if a position is closed and lacks hand to hand contact between the forces, moves involving positional factors are likely best don t leave your pieces hanging never rely on your opponent making a mistake don t play wishful thinking chess if your opponent spends a lo [...]


  3. Amazing view of a GM s thought process The author covers when to play from intuition and when to buckle down and start calculating variations Author suggests electing Candidate moves and performing sufficient calculations for each, only then should a player make a move.


  4. Chess is one of those things that attracts and repels me I ve hardly played it at all If I did play and like it, then that would be really fun, since I don t have it in my life at all So it s one of those huge potentials




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