Better Thinking, Better Chess: How a Grandmaster Finds his Moves

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It’s not what you know, it’s how you think!

Å finne gode trekk avhenger ikke bare av hvor mye du vet om sjakk. Faktisk kan større kunnskap gjøre det å velge et trekk mer komplekst. Viktigere er det å optimalisere tankeprosessen.

GM Joel Benjamin vet at det å peke på trekkene studentene hans misset, bare er halvparten av jobben. De må forstå at de så i feil retning.

Sjakkcomputere gir liten hjelp i dette, fordi de ikke kan forklare hvorfor du kom på villspor. Hva mer: en computer kan sende feil melding! Mange sjakkspillere er ikke klar over at det trekket computeren anbefaler øverst, ofte ikke er det beste trekket å spille under partiet.

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– velge mellom to attraktive fortsettelser
– unngå å ta feil retning i begynnelsen av vurderingene dine
– vite når er nødvendig å bruke mer tid
– gjenkjenne usannsynlige trekk
– forstå når du trenger å ofre materiale
— og mye mer.

Ved å bruke en stormesters tankegang vil du oftere finne de gode trekkene og forbedre spillet ditt vesentlig.

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At thirteen years of age Joel Benjamin broke Bobby Fischer’s record as the youngest ever US master. He won the US Championship three times and was the chess consultant for IBM’s Deep Blue computer, which made history by beating World Champion Garry Kasparov in an epic encounter. He has been teaching chess for many years. His previous book Liquidation on the Chess Board won the 2015 Best Book Award of the Chess Journalists of America (CJA).

Sean Marsh, CHESS Magazine (UK):
“It is quite clear that Joel Benjamin has put a lot of time and effort into this book. I feel this could go on to become one of 2019’s ‘greatest hits.”

Carsten Hansen, 5-star review in American Chess Magazine:
“Throughout the book, the reader is challenged to make decisions, come up with plausible moves to analyze, weigh up different factors for positional evaluations and so forth. For players rated up to at least 2200, there is much to be learned from this book and even stronger players will find a lot of valuable material.”

International Master John Donaldson:
“A solid mixture of instruction and training that will help players rated between 2000 and 2400 in thinking more effectively during their games. Highly Recommended.”

John Hartmann, Chess Life Magazine:
“Clear and accessible without sacrificing complexity, and funny. The explanations are exemplary. Insightful, well-structured and it fulfils the promise of its title.”

Miguel Ararat, Gainesville Chess Training:
“One of the most complete and reader-friendly guides to improve our chess thinking process. A must for every chess player and coach.”

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Vekt0.6 kg
Dimensjoner30 × 20 × 2 cm
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