There are more than 30 moves to choose from in a typical chess position. Yet Masters regularly manage to select the best one - and they do it faster, more confidently, and with less calculation than other players. The reason: Masters know shortcuts that enable them to think more efficiently. International Grandmaster Andrew Soltis explains these techniques, including how to use specific cues to find good moves, how to streamline the analysis of a move's consequences, and how to use both objective and highly subjective criteria to find the right move - from any position. An enlightening window into a Grandmaster's thinking process.
This is because Masters have shortcuts that enable them to think more efficiently. This instructive and practical guide explains these techniques, including: • Using specific cues to identify good moves• Streamlining analysis of the consequences of moves• Using both objective and highly subjective criteria to find the right move - from any position
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