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Good In The Beginning, Good In The Middle, Good In The End

Good In The Beginning, Good In The Middle, Good In The End

Waldemar
May 14, 2014, 2:22 AM 0

Hi all,

I just created interesting new memberships materials.
In video lesson #27 I take a hard look (101 minutes!) at chess thinking algorithms and what they can and should mean for chess players.

Amongst others I discuss the below outline and give examples:

  • Intuition, Knowledge & Gameplan
  • Position Changes & Meaning
  • The Opponent
  • Candidate Moves
  • Calculation Order
  • Calculation Itself
  • Evaluation
  • Blundercheck

http://www.betteryourchess.com/2014/05/14/lesson-27-good-in-the-beginning-good-in-the-middle-good-in-the-end/

Cheers,
Waldemar

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