The Zugzwang Method: How to optimize your chess preparation

The Zugzwang Method: How to optimize your chess preparation

by Daniel Muïoz Sanchez

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Overview

Do you find that no matter how much you study chess, your progress doesn't meet your aspirations? Would you like to feel the pleasure of victory much more often? Are you tired of losing "won games"? You don't have the settle with your level for the rest of your life!

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• 200 pgs. of unpublished material . Not available in stores.
• Read it in 7 days and change your habits permanently
• Organize your precious time and optimize it!
• Learn proven techniques in order to win more games.
• Prepare your openings like the GMs do.
• Intended for players from 1500 to 2200 ELO points
• Learn to think like the titled players.
• Position evaluation in just 5 steps
• Unbalanced and balanced positions: how to focus them
• How to avoid analyzing unnecessary variations.
• How to make good decisions in record time.
• How do you not forget everything that you study?
• How do you avoid having to memorize the same thing so many times?
• Design a repertoire of openings true to your style with a very effective plan
• Opening preparation techniques used today by Grand Masters
• How to find good plans in the middle game.
• Typical structures with more effective influence.
• Discover the endgames that you must know first and why.
• And so much more...

Authors:

Daniel Muñoz Sanchez (author)

Born in Madrid (Spain). Received a Master's Degree from Universidad Complutense. Psychology has always interested him. Therefore, he obtained his Masters in Neurolinguistic Programming and Emotional Intelligence.

At age 7, he began to play the chess and it has not stopped since. He had the fortune of competing in the Honor's Division of Madrid League , although before he passed through all the other divisions. He has developed chess teams and individual competitors from scratch and has taught children.

For 2 years, he has been sharing what he knows about chess on his website:www.thezugzwangblog.com with more than 45,000 monthly visits. Also he is a collaborator for one of the most prestigious online chess magazines, Chessbase and has collaborated with Chess24

He himself put into practice the ideas that are shared in this book. Thanks to it, he increased his FIDE ELO from 1976 to 2100.

Grand Master Herminio Herráiz (coauthor)

Born in the Pedroñeras (Spain). He studied Mathematics in the Universidad Complutense of Madrid. He has played at the highest level, representing Spain in Chess at the 2004 Olympic Games and competing in important international tournaments (third place in the Championship of All of Spain, University Champion of Spain, first place in the Magistral de Elgóibar...). At the moment, he has a FIDE ELO of 2456 and is a FIDE Trainer (superior title of the FIDE).

Although he is a professional player, he dedicates a great part of his time developing new talents and grand masters of international prestige. Also he gives seminars and conferences on chess.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781536867107
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/02/2016
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.38(d)

About the Author

Authors:

Daniel Muñoz Sanchez (author)

Born in Madrid (Spain). Received a Master's Degree from Universidad Complutense. Psychology has always interested him. Therefore, he obtained his Masters in Neurolinguistic Programming and Emotional Intelligence.

At age 7, he began to play the chess and it has not stopped since. He had the fortune of competing in the Honor's Division of Madrid League , although before he passed through all the other divisions. He has developed chess teams and individual competitors from scratch and has taught children.

For 2 years, he has been sharing what he knows about chess on his website:www.thezugzwangblog.com with more than 45,000 monthly visits. Also he is a collaborator for one of the most prestigious online chess magazines, Chessbase and has collaborated with Chess24

He himself put into practice the ideas that are shared in this book. Thanks to it, he increased his FIDE ELO from 1976 to 2100.

Grand Master Herminio Herráiz (coauthor)

Born in the Pedroñeras (Spain). He studied Mathematics in the Universidad Complutense of Madrid. He has played at the highest level, representing Spain in Chess at the 2004 Olympic Games and competing in important international tournaments (third place in the Championship of All of Spain, University Champion of Spain, first place in the Magistral de Elgóibar...). At the moment, he has a FIDE ELO of 2456 and is a FIDE Trainer (superior title of the FIDE).

Although he is a professional player, he dedicates a great part of his time developing new talents and grand masters of international prestige. Also he gives seminars and conferences on chess.

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