Yearbook of Chess Wisdom – Peter Zhdanov

Yearbook of Chess Wisdom by Peter Zhdanov

Paperback, 376 pages

In this book the author addresses 366 (one for each day) intriguing chess topics which could be of interest to any chess fan, regardless of the playing level. For example:

  • IQ and chess skills
  • Talent vs hard work
  • How many games to play per year?
  • Are women underrated or overrated as compared to men?
  • Rating inflation in chess
  • What does your chess tell about your personality?
  • Playing computers: do’s ad don’ts
  • Developing your chess memory and visualisation
  • How does one prepare for an upcoming tournament?
  • Is e4 really “best by test”

“Yearbook of Chess Wisdom” is packed with insights and is based on analytical research, vast personal experience and conversations with some of the world’s leading chess players and coaches.

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