Chess a fascinating challenge
In this book we try to offer helpful advice to students and instructors and teaching new perspectives for learning and teaching.
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Chess is a fascinating challenge.
The ultimate goal is to learn more and progress. And in this book we try to offer helpful advice to students and instructors and teaching new perspectives for learning and teaching.
Chess, fortunately or unfortunately, is not like mathematics with unique solutions, where no one right answer and many answers we can rule.
In Chess, in theory, there are endless ways of thinking right. In practice an alternative may be more feasible than others, but it has to make sense to translate intentions and interpretations, the player experiences.
The chess player understands that chess involves decisions and decisions not learned, it is a personal interpretation, not the repetition of something that already exists, then you are on track to master this fascinating game, and fun.
This work emphasizes the most important principle of freedom requires the formation of tastes and activities, freedom to form opinions that fit the character unimpeded even though the reasoning does not comply with the "theory official".
- Todorcevic, Miodrag
- 17 x 24 cm.
- 1ª 12 / 2013
- Year of publication