Every chess player knows that some moves are harder to see than others. Why is it that uncomplicated wins frequently do not enter your mind? Even strong grandmasters suffer from blind spots that obscure some of the best ideas during a game.
Neiman and Afek have researched this problem and discovered that there are identifiable reasons why your brain discards certain ideas. In this winner of the ChessCafe.com 2011 Book of the Year, they demonstrate different categories of hard-to-see chess moves and clearly explain the psychological, positional and geometric factors which cloud the chess player’s brain.
Invisible Chess Moves, with its many unique examples, instructive explanations and illuminative tests, will teach you how to discover your blind spots and see the moves which remain invisible to others. Your results at the board will improve dramatically because your brain will stop blocking winning ideas.
Who should read this book?
This book comes highly recommended for chess players with ratings of more than 1700.