Dynamic Decision Making in Chess

kr 320,00

Dynamic Decision Making in Chess gir et sjeldent blikk i tankene til en toppmester.

I Dynamic Decision Making in Chess fortsetter tidligere verdensutfordrer Challenger Boris Gelfand sin undersøkelse av beslutningstaking på toppnivå, og diskuterer noen av hans beste spill så vel som hans verste tabber, noe som gir leseren et unikt innblikk i tankene til en stormester i verdensklasse.

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“This is a book about doubt, about guessing at decisions, about calculating and seeing a lot but still missing things and how that all works out in practical games at the highest level.

In conclusion, this is a book that speaks to your practical soul… it’s an invaluable opportunity to compare your thinking process to the way a top grandmaster takes difficult decisions.”

GM Matthew Sadler, New in Chess

Gelfand’s Positional Decision Making in Chess was last year named ECF Book of the Year, and the sequel Dynamic Decision Making in Chess is also worthy of great respect. The format is just right with lots of text and not too many variations.”

GM Simen Agdestein

“Dynamic Decision Making in Chess is a wonderful book, one of the best of its kind… The analysis is best suited for experts and above, but players of all strengths can’t help but learn from this book.”

John Hartmann, Chess Life (full review)

“Gelfand’s character and personality really shine through in this ongoing set of books, which is shaping up as a must-buy series. Players up to – and including – grandmaster level will find plenty of interest here, whether it is the original anecdotes, the pieces of advice or the deep annotations.”

Sean Marsh, CHESS magazine

“Karjakin-Gelfand… a beautifully analysed game (and there are many in this book) in which one learns not only about the opening and dynamic chess, but about all aspects of a chess game, including psychological factors that always play a greater role than one might think. It was not for nothing that the first book in this series, ‘Positional Decision Making’ was proclaimed ECF Book of the Year.”

Bab Wilders, Nederlands Dagblad


Vekt0,6 kg
Dimensjoner30 × 20 × 2 cm