The Unflappable Chess Player: How to Keep Cool Under Pressure and Attack
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Bad positions come with two types of problems: technical and psychological ones. Grandmaster Jan Werle has been studying resilience in chess deeply. In this book Werle presents powerful practices that will help every chess player to handle psychological pressure better and improve their decision making.
He also lays out the various defensive techniques and strategies, such as calculating efficiently, avoiding attractive but inaccurate defences, waiting strategies, active defence, eliminating positional disadvantages, defensive intuition, and the creation of counterplay.
This book is full of tips and strategies to overcome setbacks, handle stress and wriggle free from pressure.
|Publication date :||December 1, 2019|
|Number of pages :||304|
|Publisher :||New in Chess|
|Weight :||500 gram|