Usually, any player who wants to progress is at the crossroads of having to decide what to study and for how long.
Although there are countless chess books, the club player, whether an intermediate or advanced player, can be lost among the huge amount that exists. In practice, too much information does not necessarily become knowledge.
The Zugzwang method aims to respond to this widespread problem, developing a whole set of techniques and thought processes, so that each player will lead his way towards self-improvement effectively and maximizing his resources.
Through a pedagogical language, a very careful structure and numerous examples of the best players in the world, The Zugzwang method intends to carry each player to the next level.
Daniel Muñoz is a lawyer and has always been interested in psychology. He has played chess since he was 7 years old and participates in the Madrid League in Division of Honor. He is a contributor to the on-line magazine of Chess Base
- Editorial Others
- Autor Daniel Muñoz
- Format 17 x 24,5 cm.
- Pages 176
- Edition 2015
- Language Spanish
- EAN-13 9781523300310
- Warranty 2 years
- Manual included in 6 languages
- Brand DGT
- Size box 15x7x3,5 cm.
- Size display 120 x 28 mm.
- Year of publication 2015