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Practical Chess Analysis: A Systematic Method for Analyzing - Buckley

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Post  ChessCaissa on Fri Jun 29, 2018 3:36 am

Link (OCR'd PDF, 3.4 mb):
http://rgho.st/7NjzSsWp7

How many moves can YOU see ahead? This has always been a problem for the majority of players. Complicated evaluations are not possible if the simple ones can't be handled. It's not really a question of the quantity of analysis, but the QUALITY of analysis.

It's necessary to understand what must be eliminated, when principles are a must, and to have goals or plans. In all of this, calculation is unavoidable. But calculation must withstand the constraints of time and reasonableness.

Typically, too many players use intuition more and calculation less, because it becomes nearly impossible to keep track of all the branches on the analysis-tree. How does one look deeper and deeper to fathom the intricacies of a position? Buy this book and find out!

Thanks to dollkiller, PaulieD and gaurav_singh_m! sunny


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