Book: The Process of Decision Making in Chess - Volume 2 - Goals and Plans by Philip Ochmancategories: Book, Chess Tactics, Chess Openings, Chess Decision, Chess Improvement, Non Fiction, Chess Learning, Chess Study, Chess Coach, Chess
Philip Ochmanabout this book: The second volume of "The Process of Decision Making in Chess" concentrates on the practical application of the decision-making process, and makes it a very flowing and intuitive thinking method.
The book is designed especially for self study not requiring an external chess board, and it has over 200 diagrams and examples.
The book is aimed at all levels, with special sections for each level that are also accompanied with appropriate wxamples for that specific level of play.
The interconnecting links between the stages of analyss in the illustration examples make navigating the book very easy, and allowing you to jump back and forth between the different stages of analysis with a single click.
All the material taught in "The Process of Decision Making in Chess: Volume 2 - Goals and Plans" is based on a vast experience with chess tudents, bringing you only the methods that succeeded making a real influence on the students.
Having read this book you will aquire the practical tools to reach full chess independence and find your way in any chess position you play, taking into account only what is needed to find the best plans and moves.
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