Imagine how much your chess would improve if you had a reliable thinking system that could help you find good moves consistently!
Chess is all about finding good moves as often as possible and avoiding mistakes at the same time. To that end, The Analytical Thinking System for Chess Players is based on the premise that a good move is a move that makes progress towards your objectives and/or prevents your opponent from achieving the same.
The Analytical Thinking System for Chess Players will introduce you to highly efficient and effective thinking methods that helps you achieve your objectives by means of 3 important processes:
Evaluation is the process whereby you compare the progress you’ve made towards your objectives to the progress your opponent has made in the same. The evaluation process will also help you understand the need of the position and help you find plausible candidate moves.
Planning is the process whereby you identify a relevant strategy based on the needs of the position. An effective planning process relies on the evaluation method to gather important information about the position. At the same time you will rely on your calculation skill to verify whether your idea is tactically safe.
Calculation is the process whereby you foresee all the critical variations and tactics that exist in the current position, as well as variations that will be possible as a result of the candidate move/s you are considering.