The Road to Chess Mastery. Max Euwe, Walter Meiden
ISBN: 9784871874731 | 308 pages | 8 Mb
The Road to Chess Mastery Max Euwe, Walter Meiden
Publisher: Ishi Press
The evolution of chess thought: two giants, each authoring a true classic on how to study and develop skill and understanding, were not of modern vintage but both have been an influence on the long road to chess mastery. Http://chesscoach1977.blogspot.com. Now the good news: Euwe wrote a sequel to that book, titled "The Road to Chess Mastery." It's available at Amazon (Marketplace). If anyone might be considered a Xanatos Speed Chess grand master, it would be James Bond. The Road to Chess Mastery is a collection of 25 games annotated specifically for the purpose of showing how to improve their chess. Chess is a relatively simple game to model, with an objective ranking system to define who is a Chess Master. The Road to Mastery in Plastic Surgery is an Asymptote. And so on, until, by the seventh day, the rapidly advancing student will be able to pull off sophisticated swindles! GM Alex Yermolinsky expresses some doubt about doing puzzles (The Road to Chess Improvement): "solving chess problems is a mind-boggling exercise, and I, for example, was never keen on that. There's also a third book in the series called "Chess Master v. I MUST refer to this good chess blog before playing my online blitz games because everyone on the Internet Chess Club seems to know what they are doing. The author Malcolm Gladwell argues that you need 10,000 hours doing something to become a master at it. (Aside: Psychologists studying expertise love chess experts.