Do you visualize before you make a move?

ModestTiger

When solving tactic puzzles do you visualize the moves before you make a move?

 

 

ModestTiger
catdogorb wrote:
ModestTiger wrote:

When solving tactic puzzles do you visualize the moves before you make a move?

 

 

I'll let Anand answer that

 

 

I don't think anyone could follow what he's saying.

ModestTiger
catdogorb wrote:
ModestTiger wrote:
catdogorb wrote:
ModestTiger wrote:

When solving tactic puzzles do you visualize the moves before you make a move?

 

 

I'll let Anand answer that

 

 

I don't think anyone could follow what he's saying.

"This b3 move, did you try really to calculate all these complications all these variation to the end somehow or was this possible?"

"No I was thinking what to eat tonight"

Bro you've been writing on all my posts though

ModestTiger
catdogorb wrote:

What can I say, I'm a cheap date.

sober now i see

JessieMillano2015

Yes, with my eyes closed. And I move with pieces with my eyes closed. Tactics here are too easy.

drmrboss

I do see ghost images of chessmen moving from here to there in chessboard. It is not that hard to memorize a piece goes from position A, then go to position B and so on.

AntonioEsfandiari

yes, always try to visualize.  close your eyes sometimes and focus on 1 quadrant of the board.  This works on your chess visual memory as well as just taxing your brain, making it better in the long run.