Charles Hertan, an experienced chess coach from Massachusetts, has made an astonishing discovery: the failure to consider key winning moves is often due to human bias. Your brain tends to disregard many winning moves because they are counter-intuitive or look unnatural.
In this ChessCafe 2008 Book of the Year, Hertan's radically different approach to playing chess is to use computer eyes and always look for the most forcing move first. By studying forcing sequences you will develop analytical precision, improve your tactical vision, overcome human bias and staleness and enjoy the calculation of difficult positions. By recognising moves that matter, you will win more games.
Who should read this book?
This intensive training course is for advanced players to improve their tactical vision and calculation.