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Post  jiri on Wed Aug 09, 2017 9:45 am


Vladimir Botkinsky & Jenny Newberry - Visualization and Calculation Trainer : Interactive Chess Exercises

Do you want to improve your chess vision and calculation skills?
Or maybe you want to try your mind at blindfold chess?
The easiest way to improve is to train your essential chess skills: chess visualization and chess calculation cannot be discounted when it comes to improving your chess skills. Grandmasters stare into space because they visualize and calculate in their head.
This book will help you easily train your visualization skills and your calculation skills, both of which will transfer over to blindfold chess.
This book is fun. It’s interactive. And most important of all, you’ll sharpen your visualization and calculation skills.
These skills will not improve themselves.
You must practice them!
Why not practice in a fun way with this interactive book?


What’s inside?

*It’s INTERACTIVE: It’s not dull reading!
*Train your coordinate recognition and square colors to help with your mental visualization.
*Train your piece location recall so you can have better mental images for calculations and blindfold chess.
*Train your calculation and visualization skills by going over famous games –this will really sharpen you up!
*Put it all together and go through the calculation exercises.
*Couldn’t do something? Why not redo and practice? Karate experts do it. Why not you and chess?
*Train again and again until your mind is used to this type of chess activity. Your game will improve!


!!Visualization_and_Calculation_Trainer__Int_-_Botkinsky,____Vladimir.pdf | Solidfiles - http://www.solidfiles.com/v/zdB6B8Kg2RQj3


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Re: Vladimir Botkinsky & Jenny Newberry - Visualization and Calculation Trainer : Interactive Chess Exercises

Post  jiri on Wed Aug 09, 2017 9:47 am

jiri wrote:
Vladimir Botkinsky & Jenny Newberry - Visualization and Calculation Trainer : Interactive Chess Exercises
!!Visualization_and_Calculation_Trainer__Int_-_Botkinsky,____Vladimir.pdf | Solidfiles - http://www.solidfiles.com/v/zdB6B8Kg2RQj3



https://chessfox.com/visualwize-3-0/

Why should you even care about improving your visualization skill?

Because, the ability to visualize tactics and variations in your mind long before they actually appear on the board gives you a competitive edge over any opponent who can’t do it.

Imagine the surprise on your opponent’s face when they eventually see the reason behind your previous moves, but too late!

Visualwize makes chess visualization training easier and more effective than any other available method!

When your visualization skill is not well trained, you end up looking again and again at the same variations trying to make sure you aren’t making a mistake.

The good news?–you can dramatically improve your chess game by improving your chess visualization ability.

With Visualwize you’ll improve your visualization skills, learn to trust your instincts, and drive your confidence through the roof.

Chess visualization is the ability to see in your mind the positions reached when certain moves are made – without making them on the board – and seeing them so clearly you can accurately consider the implications of each new position.

Tough to do?

Well, without the right tools, training chess visualization skill can be a daunting task!

But the good news is that many of my students already proved that Visualwize training exercises are highly effective. In fact, it works so well that after training only a few days with it you will already notice an improvement!

(You can see testimonials at the bottom of the page.)

Visualwize has three different levels – the difficulty and amount of moves to visualize increases with each level.

This is the software that is going to separate you from the pretenders at your club or among your chess playing friends. You’ll be able to work an incredible 6 moves ahead in your visualization training.

And that’s not all – Visualwize exercises will also help you:
•See moves in your mind before making them on the board.
•Avoid making blunders and mistakes which make you lose the game instantly.
•Benefit more from your training other aspects of your chess since you will be able to easily visualize the notation below chess diagrams.
•Save lots of thinking time – you won’t need to calculate variations over and over because you will be able to clearly see the consequences of your move in your mind.
•Increase your tactical awareness since the program requires you to see the tactics in an imaginary position.


Download Link:
https://www.solidfiles.com/v/Vv3ymny56p25x


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Re: Vladimir Botkinsky & Jenny Newberry - Visualization and Calculation Trainer : Interactive Chess Exercises

Post  jiri on Wed Aug 09, 2017 9:58 am

jiri wrote:
jiri wrote:
Vladimir Botkinsky & Jenny Newberry - Visualization and Calculation Trainer : Interactive Chess Exercises
!!Visualization_and_Calculation_Trainer__Int_-_Botkinsky,____Vladimir.pdf | Solidfiles - http://www.solidfiles.com/v/zdB6B8Kg2RQj3



https://chessfox.com/visualwize-3-0/

Why should you even care about improving your visualization skill?

Because, the ability to visualize tactics and variations in your mind long before they actually appear on the board gives you a competitive edge over any opponent who can’t do it.

Imagine the surprise on your opponent’s face when they eventually see the reason behind your previous moves, but too late!

Visualwize makes chess visualization training easier and more effective than any other available method!

When your visualization skill is not well trained, you end up looking again and again at the same variations trying to make sure you aren’t making a mistake.

The good news?–you can dramatically improve your chess game by improving your chess visualization ability.

With Visualwize you’ll improve your visualization skills, learn to trust your instincts, and drive your confidence through the roof.

Chess visualization is the ability to see in your mind the positions reached when certain moves are made – without making them on the board – and seeing them so clearly you can accurately consider the implications of each new position.

Tough to do?

Well, without the right tools, training chess visualization skill can be a daunting task!

But the good news is that many of my students already proved that Visualwize training exercises are highly effective. In fact, it works so well that after training only a few days with it you will already notice an improvement!

(You can see testimonials at the bottom of the page.)

Visualwize has three different levels – the difficulty and amount of moves to visualize increases with each level.

This is the software that is going to separate you from the pretenders at your club or among your chess playing friends. You’ll be able to work an incredible 6 moves ahead in your visualization training.

And that’s not all – Visualwize exercises will also help you:
•See moves in your mind before making them on the board.
•Avoid making blunders and mistakes which make you lose the game instantly.
•Benefit more from your training other aspects of your chess since you will be able to easily visualize the notation below chess diagrams.
•Save lots of thinking time – you won’t need to calculate variations over and over because you will be able to clearly see the consequences of your move in your mind.
•Increase your tactical awareness since the program requires you to see the tactics in an imaginary position.


Download Link:
https://www.solidfiles.com/v/Vv3ymny56p25x


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The ability to play chess without sight of the chessboard or pieces is a notable achievement of human memory and imaging. It becomes even more impressive when the player conducts 10 or more such "blindfold" games simultaneously against opponents who do have real chessboards and pieces in front of them. When Philidor played two blindfold games at once in the eighteenth century, eyewitnesses were asked to swear affidavits attesting to this remarkable accomplishment. After such a performance in London in 1782, The World called it "a phenomenon in the history of man" and added that the feat "should be hoarded among the best examples of human memory, till memory shall be no more." But 150 years later, Alexander Alekhine successfully played 32 blindfold games simultaneously, and newspapers described the performance as surely reaching "the limit of the possibilities of the human mind and human memory in this field; beyond this limit there can be nothing but chaos, and madness begins." However, Alekhine's record has been broken more than once since then.
Despite the lack of restraint in these journalistic evaluations and predictions, such exploits have certainly created great interest among chess players as well as others who become aware of them—like Alfred Binet, the great psychologist who wrote a book on simultaneous blindfold chess more than 100 years ago, to which we will often refer. But no book has ever been published that tries to analyze in detail the history and psychological significance of blindfold chess and that supplies a very large number of the most important, newsworthy, and interesting games played without sight of the board (some flawless gems and others not). Our hope is to fill these gaps in the chess literature.
Besides those goals, we also describe the well-publicized tournaments held annually since 1993 in Monaco between grandmasters who are both playing blindfolded. This double-blind type of event is more common now than are attempts by one person to play many games simultaneously against opponents with sight of their board and pieces. And no book has really stressed the virtues of learning to play blindfolded, in terms of its practical advantages for the improving chess player. Almost anyone who is a fairly strong amateur can easily learn to play at least one or two games without sight of the board.
Blindfold chess whiz George Koltanowski believed that practice at developing such an ability improves one's regular game more than does studying books, and Grandmaster Lev Alburt stated that "visualization" is the key to success in regular chess. Susan Polgar, a women's world champion, who began playing blindfold chess at the age of six, credits it with giving ...
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"Blindfold Chess: History, Psychology, Techniques, Champions, World Records, and Important Games


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