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LXMORSM

Sherlock's Method

448 pages, Thinkers Publishing, 1. edition 2020

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This is a product of what happens when two chess players start a relationship (which started over six years ago) and enter a dialogue about how to get ready for the next tournament. The content of this book is a training program for players who plan to play an over-the-board tournament a few weeks from the time they start training with this book. This book, unlike other similar books in the field of improvement, does not have a central theme. In other words, we are not focused solely on openings, middlegames or endgames. Moreover, the book does not only concentrate on specific themes (calculation, positional decisions, or other strategic aspects), though many of these concepts are addressed throughout the book. Instead, this book offers a holistic view on how to approach every single position in it, regardless of the phase of the game or the nature of the position. We try to teach players how to identify types of decisions in various positions, while pointing at the trade-off between a hardcore calculation and a heuristics judgment.

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Weight 740 g
Manufacturer Thinkers Publishing
Medium Book
Year of Publication 2020
Author Elshan MoradiabadiSabina Foisor
Language English
Edition 1
ISBN-13 978-94-9251-091-4
Pages 448

005 KEY TO SYMBOLS

009 FOREWORD

011 INTRODUCTION

015 PART I. SIMPLE IDEAS

015 a. Introduction to the Art of Understanding One’s Thinking Process in Chess

037 b. Exercises

075 c. Solutions

189 d. Concluding Thoughts

191 PART II. THE ENDGAME

191 a. Introduction to a Few Endgame Themes

203 b. Exercises

233 c. Solutions

355 d. Concluding Thoughts

357 PART III. THE ADVENTURE OF THE COMPLEX POSITIONS

357 a. Introduction to Complex Positions

371 b. Exercises

383 c. Solutions

433 d. Concluding Thoughts

438 GAMES INDEX