Chess Psychology ( Chess for Beginners, Fundamental, Rules, Strategies )

Author: Magnus Botvik

Publisher: Starchess365

ISBN:

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Page: 142

View: 685

���� Would you like to learn chess quickly with strategies and tactics from the best players in the world? ���� Would you want to outperform your pals and leave them gaping? ���� Will you want to get better at online gaming and make money through chess? If that's the case, this is the book you've been looking for. Magnus Botvik describes how chess began in ancient India and progressed through Persia and Europe. The walks through the fundamental rules of chess and how to play its most significant chess openings. You also would learn the most influential chess strategies and tactics used by the world's best chess masters. Magnus teaches us that to be successful in chess you have to work on yourself and understand the psychology of the opponent to dominate every game. All the greatest men and women in the world play chess because chess in addition to the game itself, give you access to the higher knowledge that will accompany you forever in your life to successfully deal with the difficult choices before you. You will be guided step by step through the moves and simple strategy, with every new point explained with simple examples and many images. It includes: The primary history of chess A brief introduction to the chessboard and pieces 17+ Beginners strategies for opening, middle, and end game 31+ Advanced strategies for opening, middle, and end game The 3 secret strategies and tactics of Botvinnik that have made him the undisputed champion The psychology to win in chess with the right mindset Even if you have never played chess or you are a real beginner or you want to become a champion here you will find simple tips flanked by simple images that will guide you to win every game. ����♟StarChess365(TM) is Russia's leading chess company made up of real champions who have made a success of chess! You can win every match and defeat all the unprepared opponents when using the strategies and traps in this book. Don't put off getting The KEY to being a master chess player any longer. Have "CHESS FOR BEGINNERS" guide TODAY ����

Chess Psychology

The A-Z Beginners Guide to Learn How to Play Modern Chess With the Fundamental Rules. 50+ Secret Strategies, Tactics and Openings of Russian Champions to Dominate All Games

Author: Magnus Botvik

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Page: 154

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Chess for Beginners ( Openings; Strategy; Middle Game; Rules; Fundamentals; )

Author: StarChess

Publisher: Starchess365

ISBN:

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Page: 82

View: 362

55% exclusive discount for resellers ! Would you like to learn chess quickly with strategies and tactics from the best players in the world? Would you want to outperform your pals and leave them gaping? Will you want to get better at online gaming and make money through chess? If that's the case, this is the book you've been looking for. Magnus Botvik describes how chess began in ancient India and progressed through Persia and Europe. The walks through the fundamental rules of chess and how to play its most significant chess openings. You also would learn the most influential chess strategies and tactics used by the world's best chess masters. Magnus teaches us that to be successful in chess you have to work on yourself and understand the psychology of the opponent to dominate every game. All the greatest men and women in the world play chess because chess in addition to the game itself, give you access to the higher knowledge that will accompany you forever in your life to successfully deal with the difficult choices before you. You will be guided step by step through the moves and simple strategy, with every new point explained with simple examples and many images. It includes: The primary history of chess A brief introduction to the chessboard and pieces 17+ Beginners strategies for opening, middle, and end game Even if you have never played chess or you are a real beginner or you want to become a champion here you will find simple tips flanked by simple images that will guide you to win every game. ♟StarChess365(TM) is Russia's leading chess company made up of real champions who have made a success of chess! You can win every match and defeat all the unprepared opponents when using the strategies and traps in this book. Don't put off getting The KEY to being a master chess player any longer. Have "CHESS FOR BEGINNERS" guide TODAY !

Chess for Beginners

A Step by Step Guide to Learn Chess Openings, Rules, Strategies Including Tactics for Beginners and Pro (Large Print Edition)

Author: Simon Layne

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN:

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Page: 146

View: 701

Chess is one of the best-rated intellectual and mind games in existence. It is a very self-explanatory game; hence there is an availability of a chess book to guide a beginner, but it requires consistent practice and commitment. There are possibilities that it helps to reduce brain redundancy because it is more of a mental game. There are also health benefits of chess, which you would find as you read this book. This book contains absolute and well-explained gimmicks of the chess game, practical illustrations, and all that there is to know about chess. Here is a preview of what you would learn from this book: Three things to note about a chess game Types and versions of the chess game History of the chess game How it originated Why it originated How it transformed into a game and the first official chess game What you need to be a good chess player (psychology of chess) Patience Good thinking skill The ability to control pressure and emotions Problem- solving ability Chess Pieces Chess Piece categories Identification of the various Chess piece Use of the chess pieces How the various chess piece move Functions of the various chess piece How to Play the chess game Number of players General rules of the chess game Exceptions of the chess game rules Recommended places to learn a professional way of playing the chess game Some key strategies used in playing the chess game Basic attacking strategy Basic defensive strategy Terminologies used in the chess game Why you should make use of chess terminologies as a chess player Basic chess terminologies Importance of playing the chess game The medical and psychological importance Social Importance Financial Importance Where to get a Chess game Physical places to get a chess game Other places to get the chess game The Chess school of thought and philosophy Religious School of thoughts Moral School of thoughts And many more!!!!! You Can Download FREE with Kindle Unlimited and Learn new Chess Strategies. So what are you waiting for? Scroll up and Click the Orange - BUY NOW WITH 1-CLICK BUTTON- on the top right corner and Download Now!!! You won't regret you did See you inside!!!

Chess for Beginners

A Step by Step Guide to Learn Chess Openings, Rules, Strategies Including Tactics for Beginners and Pro

Author: Simon Layne

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 90

View: 732

Chess is one of the best-rated intellectual and mind games in existence. It is a very self-explanatory game; hence there is an availability of a chess book to guide a beginner, but it requires consistent practice and commitment. There are possibilities that it helps to reduce brain redundancy because it is more of a mental game. There are also health benefits of chess, which you would find as you read this book. This book contains absolute and well-explained gimmicks of the chess game, practical illustrations, and all that there is to know about chess. Here is a preview of what you would learn from this book: Three things to note about a chess game Types and versions of the chess game History of the chess game How it originated Why it originated How it transformed into a game and the first official chess game What you need to be a good chess player (psychology of chess) Patience Good thinking skill The ability to control pressure and emotions Problem- solving ability Chess Pieces Chess Piece categories Identification of the various Chess piece Use of the chess pieces How the various chess piece move Functions of the various chess piece How to Play the chess game Number of players General rules of the chess game Exceptions of the chess game rules Recommended places to learn a professional way of playing the chess game Some key strategies used in playing the chess game Basic attacking strategy Basic defensive strategy Terminologies used in the chess game Why you should make use of chess terminologies as a chess player Basic chess terminologies Importance of playing the chess game The medical and psychological importance Social Importance Financial Importance Where to get a Chess game Physical places to get a chess game Other places to get the chess game The Chess school of thought and philosophy Religious School of thoughts Moral School of thoughts And many more!!!!! You Can Download FREE with Kindle Unlimited and Learn new Chess Strategies. So what are you waiting for? Scroll up and Click the Orange - BUY NOW WITH 1-CLICK BUTTON- on the top right corner and Download Now!!! You won't regret you did See you inside!!!

Chess for Beginners

The Complete Guide of Chess for Beginners (Smart Sacrifices and Checkmate Patterns to Dominate the Game)

Author: Cody McMillian

Publisher: Tomas Edwards

ISBN:

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Page: 206

View: 784

You're about to discover how to create chess plans which will win you games. No longer will you have to stare at the board lost in the chaos of what is going on. Using the simple chess strategies in this book you will begin to get the advantage over your opponents and finally beat your friends at chess. In this guide, you will discover: - Introduction to the game of chess & starting a chess game - Chess game strategies that show players how to control the board, think several moves ahead, go for a quick checkmate, and more! - Technique and tactics - Chess tactics for choosing the best openings - The psychology of becoming a better chess player - Ways playing chess can help you understand people - The basic rules of chess you need to get started - Big brain benefits of playing chess - Much, much more! They know that they must evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of key pieces and key squares. They place every move within a broad context of flexible, long range planning. And they pass learned definitions, pithy adages, and instructive stories from generation to generation.

Chess for Beginners

The Complete Guide of Chess for Beginners. Discover How to Play Chess with Openings, Tactics and Strategies to Win the Game

Author: Thomas Salberg

Publisher:

ISBN:

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Page: 172

View: 351

Learn Everything You Need to Know to Beat Strong Chess PlayersAre you ready to start playing chess? Do you want to explore psychology of becoming a better chess player?If you answered "yes" to any of these, then this is the perfect, educational and informational book for you! The game of chess is undoubtedly one of the oldest and most enduring form of board games ever known to mankind. With several variants and rules cutting across continents for decades, this amazing game of wits and pure intellect has shaped many generations, influenced war generals in their formation of real-life war tactics, enthralled royalty, inspired arts and romance, and brought fame to many in the past. This book is for aspiring chess players who know how the pieces move and understand how to use some tactics such as forks and skewers but have never had any formal chess training. Through easy to understand diagrams and chess positions, this book will take you through the thought process of a master chess player and teach you everything you need to know to go from a mediocre player to a very strong one. In this book you will learn how to find tactics over the board, make a strategic plan, and setup up your pieces for maximum effectiveness in the opening. The book is created with the intent of enabling an absolute beginner to learn the game in a very structured manner and be able to reach a level of tournament participation at the completion of the book.In this guide, you will discover: Introduction to the Game of Chess & Starting a Chess Game 8 Chess Game Strategies that show players how to control the board, think several moves ahead, go for a quick checkmate, and more! Technique and Tactics 5 Chess Tactics for Choosing the Best Openings The Psychology of Becoming A Better Chess Player 3 Ways Playing Chess Can Help You Understand People The Basic Rules of Chess You Need to Get Started 10 Big Brain Benefits of Playing Chess Much, much more! Frequently Asked Questions Q: Is chess more of a logical or intuitive game? A: It depends on the player. Some rely purely on logic and principles, others just *see* the moves. Q: I'm a beginner who has about 1 hour per day to spend on chess. What is the best way to do it? A: Tactics, tactics, tactics! Make sure you solve tactical problems on a daily basis. Science says that if you play chess Your IQ grows day by day and it is totally proven. So, it is not only a Game but also a Memory Booster technique. So, what are you waiting for? Scroll up and click the "BUY NOW" button on the top right corner and download Now!!! You won't regret you did. Copyright (c) 2020 by Thomas Salberg, All rights reserved.

Philosophy of Psychology

A Contemporary Introduction

Author: José Luis Bermúdez

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN:

Category: Philosophy

Page: 377

View: 972

Philosophy of Psychology is a well-structured introduction to the nature and mechanisms of cognition and behaviour from one of the leaders in the field.

Chess for Advanced ( Strategies Tactics Openings Endgame )

Author: StarChess

Publisher: Starchess365

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 82

View: 670

Would you like to learn chess quickly with strategies and tactics from the best players in the world? Would you want to outperform your pals and leave them gaping? Will you want to get better at online gaming and make money through chess? If that's the case, this is the book you've been looking for. Magnus Botvik describes how chess began in ancient India and progressed through Persia and Europe. The walks through the fundamental rules of chess and how to play its most significant chess openings. You also would learn the most influential chess strategies and tactics used by the world's best chess masters. Magnus teaches us that to be successful in chess you have to work on yourself and understand the psychology of the opponent to dominate every game. All the greatest men and women in the world play chess because chess in addition to the game itself, give you access to the higher knowledge that will accompany you forever in your life to successfully deal with the difficult choices before you. You will be guided step by step through the moves and simple strategy, with every new point explained with simple examples and many images. It includes: The primary history of chess A brief introduction to the chessboard and pieces 31+ Advanced strategies for opening, middle, and end game The 3 secret strategies and tactics of Botvinnik that have made him the undisputed champion The psychology to win in chess with the right mindset Even if you have never played chess or you are a real beginner or you want to become a champion here you will find simple tips flanked by simple images that will guide you to win every game. ♟StarChess365(TM) is Russia's leading chess company made up of real champions who have made a success of chess! You can win every match and defeat all the unprepared opponents when using the strategies and traps in this book. Don't put off getting The KEY to being a master chess player any longer. Have "CHESS FOR BEGINNERS" guide TODAY!

Fundamentals of Cognitive Science

Minds, Brain, Magic, and Evolution

Author: Thomas Hardy Leahey

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 398

View: 481

Fundamentals of Cognitive Science draws on research from psychology, philosophy, artificial intelligence, linguistics, evolution, and neuroscience to provide an engaging and student-friendly introduction to this interdisciplinary field. While structured around traditional cognitive psychology topics, from attention, learning theory, and memory to information processing, thinking, and decision making, the book also looks at neural networks, cognitive neuroscience, embodied cognition, and magic to illustrate cognitive science principles. The book is organized around the history of thinking about the mind and its relation to the world. It considers the evolution of cognition and how it demonstrates how our current thinking about cognitive processes is derived from pre-scientific philosophies and common sense, through psychologists’ empirical inquiries into mind and behavior as they pursued a science of cognition and the construction of artificial intelligences. The architectures of cognition are also applied throughout, and the book proposes a synthesis of them, from traditional symbol system architectures to recent work in embodied cognition and Bayesian predictive processing. Practical and policy implications are also considered but solutions are left for the readers to determine. Using extended case studies to address the most important themes, ideas, and findings, this book is suitable for upper-level undergraduate and graduate courses in psychology and related fields. It is also suitable for general readers interested in an accessible treatment of cognitive science and its practical implications. Please visit www.fundamentalsofcognitivescience.com for further resources to accompany the book.