Both Improve and Train Your Chess Pattern Recognition by Arthur Van de Oudeweetering (2 books)
(2 books) Paperback, 560 pages combined
Pattern recognition is one of the most important mechanisms of chess improvement. It helps you to get to the essence of a position quickly and find the most promising continuation. To get better at recognizing chess patterns, knowing which positions are worth remembering (and which are not) will save lots of time and energy.
These books supply you with the building blocks for your chess knowledge. In short chapters it presents lots of well-defined subjects, easy to remember because of their specific elements. After working with this book, an increasing number of positions, pawn structures and piece placements will automatically activate your chess knowledge. As a result, you will simply find the right move more often and more quickly!
- Written by an experienced chess trainer
- Supplies building blocks for your chess knowledge
- Teaches which positions are worth remembering
- You will find the right move more often and more quickly
The sequel to his instant classic ('
Pattern recognition is one of the most important mechanisms of chess improvement. It helps you to quickly grasp the essence of a position on the board and find the most promising continuation.
Arthur van de Oudeweetering (1966) is an International Master and an experienced chess trainer from the Netherlands. He has written regular columns for the chess news websites of ChessVibes and Chess.com, and is a frequent contributor to the New In Chess Yearbooks.
ISBN: 978-90-5691-538-4 & 978-90-5691-613-8, New in Chess
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