Lessons from a great teacher vol.1
Club players are usually not able to appreciate the subtleties of the high competition. Great players can discuss chess with a depth that is not affordable for fans
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Suppose you are a club player has the opportunity to speak at length with a great teacher. How to take advantage of that opportunity? Club players are usually not able to appreciate the subtleties of the high competition. Great players can discuss chess with a depth that is not affordable for aficionados.
Sin It is possible that precisely because he reached that level of excellence, hard for a great coach understand the blackouts of an amateur player.
Lessons for Mastering bridges between the great player and amateur through a series of conversations between a teacher, the famous grandmaster Boris Gulko, and his student, Dr. Joel R. Sneed, a professor of psychology and player club.
The lessons are based on Gulko own struggles against their colleagues, and focus on the strategy, tactics and the role of psychology in the competition.
Boris Gulko is one of the largest and most prestigious masters of the world. It was Soviet champion and has also twice won the US Championship from immigration in 1986, becoming the only player in the world who owns the titles of Soviet and American champion.
Dr. Joel R. Sneed is a professor of psychology at Queens College of the City University of New York, enthusiastic amateur player and a student of Boris Gulko. -
- La Casa del Ajedrez
- Gulko, Boris
- 17 cm x 24 cm
- Lessons with a great teacher
- Year of publication
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