The Seven Deadly Chess Sins by Jonathan Rowson


Jonathan Rowson’s book delves into the psychological pitfalls that lead chess players to commit the seven deadly chess sins. These sins, such as overthinking or underestimating opponents, striving for perfection, and losing concentration, can result in flawed moves and lost games. Rowson’s investigation provides valuable insight into why players sometimes go astray and how to recognize the warning signs.

Scotland’s youngest grandmaster discusses the most common causes of disaster in chess. Thought-provoking and entertaining read accessible to chess players at all levels. The book challenges general misconceptions about chess and offers strategies for playing more effectively, making it a must-read for anyone looking to improve their game. With a focus on the underlying psychological factors that impact gameplay, readers will gain a deeper understanding of the intricacies of chess and how to avoid the deadly sins that can lead to defeat.


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