The Art of Planning in Chess: Move by Move

  • Title: The Art of Planning in Chess: Move by Move
  • Author: Neil McDonald
  • ISBN: 9780713490251
  • Page: 463
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Art of Planning in Chess Move by Move The difference between a Grandmaster and an ordinary chess player isn t just sheer brainpower It s the creative ability to develop a far reaching plan In this indispensable follow up to his incredibly
    The difference between a Grandmaster and an ordinary chess player isn t just sheer brainpower It s the creative ability to develop a far reaching plan In this indispensable follow up to his incredibly successful Chess The Art of Logical Thinking, International Grandmaster Neil McDonald takes a penetrating look at than 40 of the most outstanding games of the last 25The difference between a Grandmaster and an ordinary chess player isn t just sheer brainpower It s the creative ability to develop a far reaching plan In this indispensable follow up to his incredibly successful Chess The Art of Logical Thinking, International Grandmaster Neil McDonald takes a penetrating look at than 40 of the most outstanding games of the last 25 years, offering detailed, in depth analysis of the strategic concepts behind each move By showing how the players develop their plans many moves ahead, he gives the reader a unique opportunity to virtually get inside the Grandmasters heads as they play.

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    1. great annotations. really got an appreciation of how "next level" masters/grandmasters plan and calculate.

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    2. A must have book of chess for those who want to improve their chess.

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