Practical Chess Psychology
Most chess books give you a chapter and verse on how to understand chess better, but pay little attention to how your behaviour and psychological outlook - before, during and after a game - can affect your standard of play. Author Amatzia Avni addresses the latter issue head on, covering:
The setting of goals
Dealing with losses
The search for behavioural clues.
Drawing on research findings, strong players' descriptions, as well as the views of the psychologist author, Practical Chess Psychology covers this much-neglected human aspect of chess. A better understanding of the psychology of chess playing as well as chess theory will assist players at club and tournament level to maximise their chess strengths.
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