Practical Tips
June 29, 2011
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The necessary factor of your progress – 2

OBJECTIVITY (part 2). Let me give you some examples of personal bias in chess. Please, read carefully; just to ensure that these statements don't describes you :) 1) Chess players often try to find an excuse of their loss. It usually goes something like this: - “Today I didn't feel well.” - “I had a winning position, but lost my concentration and played carelessly.” - “I slept b

  • Grand Master Igor Smirnov, Chess Coach, Author and Publisher.
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    June 28, 2011
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    The necessary factor of your chess progress.

    In this issue I would like to discuss an important aspect of chess, which can determine one's success or failure in a game. I believe strongly that this will have a great impact on your chess development. I am referring to OBJECTIVITY. Maybe you think to yourself, “Come on, what is so great about playing objectivity?” Let me explain. Chess players often wonder “why can't I make any pro

  • Grand Master Igor Smirnov, Chess Coach, Author and Publisher.
  • Category: Practical Tips
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