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Nestor Seliverstov
Nestor Seliverstov

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As a professional player and teacher I know very well how important is to study good examples of chess strategy and tactics. Not everybody can pay for the trainer help, but there are some good chess books or other literature which can help you to progress in chess. Here I can recommend you to study 4 chess books of GM V.Beim - the file you can download for free on website of Shareflare -

Download File Chess Calculation Training For Ki...

As the title suggests, Think Like a Grandmaster takes a look at the overall thought process in chess. Kotov discusses many important and practical aspects of chess, including the overall approach to the game and how to make decisions. He gives us tools for both tactical growth (analysis trees, candidate moves, and calculation exercises.) as well as positional growth (creating and implementing plans, pawn islands, weaknesses, tension, etc.). It's definitely aimed at advanced players (1600-2200+ strength) but is a strong classic nonetheless.

RE: I only played a few games, and once gave a blindfold simul against three players in Paris. But we all sort of play blindfold when we analyse games verbally, without a chessboard. And I think it's good for imagination and calculation skills.

This little-known book is great for training calculating with endgames. The format is similar to Test Your Chess IQ: tests to each specific type of endgame. You need to calculate accurately to solve the positions and after solving the whole book you will improve both your calculation and your pattern recognition. This book is a little jewel.

Another excellent and not very well known book, which shows the evolution of Jan Timman as a player and analyst. Memorable games (from several chess players) are dissected by the great Dutch player, showing his love for the game. Another excellent book to improve your calculation.

Since computers became available for pupils, the basic program for enhancing the sporting aspect of chess has been CT-Art, developed by GM M. Blokh. It still does not have a decent matching rival. Currently a new version of the CT-Art program is available which includes 5 complete courses and over 10,000 exercises. It is the perfect piece of software to start improving anyone's tactical skills because the complexity of the tasks steadily grows - from very easy right up to master level. We appreciate the "move by move" basic principle of this program. It is especially appropriate because it provides a model of a real-time chess game, although in practice has shown that the pupils sometimes fail to use it in the most efficient way. Perhaps it is some peculiarity of the human psychic that prevents us from prolonged thinking when looking at the monitor. Very often the learning tasks are being solved "by eye". One should fight this tendency and work in the training sessions as intensely as if it was a real game! The ideas, concrete methods and combinations re-occur repeatedly, and one should study them vigorously.

3. A famous chess coach Mark Dvoretsky considers the tactical skill of a chess player to include two main components - the combinative vision and the calculating technique. In his opinion, in order to develop one's chess imagination one should solve tasks aimed at finding (not calculating out!) a correct tactical idea. Being a practitioner, I was very pleased to find such an important section as Combinational motifs in the CT-ART 3.0 program. When the players began to solve positions from the Combinational motifs section the number correctly solved increased sharply, this is because many of them had been solved previously. Naturally, to facilitate a variety in the training material there are subtle differences in the positions such as: changing who's turn to move and/or the flanks and colors of pieces.

Already after the first training stage (6 months), blunders became rare, the quality of calculation improved and the pupils acquired confidence in their decisions. Working with the CT-ART program brought perfect results for my pupils Vladimir Yevelev, Arthur Gabrielian and others, all now International Masters. 041b061a72

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