Invisible Chess Moves: Discover Your Blind Spots and Stop Overlooking Simple Wins

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Enhver sjakkspiller vet at noen trekk er vanskeligere å oppdage enn andre. Hvorfor er det ofte slik at ukompliserte vinster ganske enkelt ikke dukker opp?

Selv sterke stormestre lider av dette som gjør at noen av de beste idéene aldri dukker opp. I tillegg kan det jo være slik at begge spillerne ikke ser muligheten som ligger rett foran dem.

Neiman og Afek har undersøkt dette problemet og oppdaget at det faktisk finnes identifiserbare grunner til at hjernen din kasserer bestemte ideer! I denne boken demonstrerer de ulike kategorier av sjakktrekk som er vanskelige å se, og forklarer tydelig de psykologiske, posisjonsmessige og geometriske faktorene som skyggelegger en sjakkspillers tanker.

Invisible Chess Moves, med sine mange unike eksempler, lærerike forklaringer og tester, vil lære deg hvordan du oppdager dine svake punkter og se bevegelsene som forblir usynlige for andre.

Dine resultater på brettet vil forbedre seg dramatisk, fordi hjernen vil stoppe å blokkere vinnende ideer!

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WINNER: ChessCafe.com 2011 Book of the Year!

Steve Goldberg, ChessCafe:
“A thoroughly delightful book, full of incredible examples that remind us how challenging chess can be.”

KARL Magazine:
“The many training exercises make ‘Invisible Chess Moves’ a tactics training book and, what’s more, numerous games convey the beauty of chess.”

Richard Vedder, Schakers.info:
“Why is a certain move an ‘invisible chess move’? It can be for all sorts of reasons. I don’t know that it is all founded on scientific research, but based on my experience I can understand very well what they mean.”

GM Karsten Müller, author of ‘Bobby Fischer: The Career and Complete Games’:
“Highlights the limitations of the human mind and categorises the typical sources of mistakes like missing diagonal backward queen moves. It has many beautiful examples with really amazing points, which I had not seen before. A real gem!”

Joe Petrolito, Australasian Chess Magazine:
“An entertaining and instructive book on an aspect of tactics that is not usually covered.”

GM Boris Gelfand:
“I highly enjoyed going through the book and solving the positions. Many original ideas!”

Lubomir Kavalek, The Huffington Post:
“An outstanding book.”

Hans Böhm, De Telegraaf:
“In fact, this book is about the price you pay for thinking like a machine, for thoughtlessly following some general rules. Time and again it turns out that sticking to rules of thumb leads to chances missed.”

Yasser Seirawan, four time US Champion:
“An enjoyable and challenging book that will make you redress your competitive play.”

Michael Adams, The Saturday Telegraph:
“The book entertains and improves the tactical vision in equal measures.”

Uwe Bekemann, German Correspondence Chess Association:
“Exercises in the course of each chapter and an extensive test at the end of the book give the reader the opportunity to engage in an organised way with difficult-to-find moves, so&
#160;one can get familiar with the instruction material.”

Ian Marks, ChessSchotland:
“There are lots and lots of games, extracts and exercises all devoted to why we miss moves.”

Luc Winants, former Belgian Chess Champion:
“The authors deserve the highest praise for the idea behind this book. Something quite original, and I enjoyed it enormously.”

B.H.Wilders, Nederlands Dagblad:
“It turns out there are interesting cerebral reasons for overlooking winning moves, like certain geometrical patterns and the aversion to backward moves (..) A unique book.”

British Chess Magazine:
“An interesting attempt to cover new ground (..) All competitors should call here.”

Cecil Rosner, Winnipeg Free Press:
“A thoroughly original and entertaining argument about why chess players overlook simple wins (..) Through a series of tests Neiman and Afek ensure the reader gets the message even more forcefully.”

Europa Rochade Magazine:
“An excellent book that offers rare insights into unknown chess territory.”

Tilleggsinformasjon

Vekt0.4 kg
Dimensjoner25 × 18 × 3 cm
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Innbinding

Paperback

Sider

240

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Utgivelsesår

2011

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