Forcing Chess Moves : The Key to Better Calculation

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Forcing Chess Moves : The Key to Better Calculation

Post by John Upham » Tue Dec 01, 2020 12:10 pm

Richard James has completed his review of

Book Review : Forcing Chess Moves : The Key to Better Calculation

by FM Charles Hertan.

Please note that this is the fourth edition



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Re: Forcing Chess Moves : The Key to Better Calculation

Post by Nick Ivell » Sun Dec 06, 2020 1:28 pm

Re the Gallagher combo: I saw the first two moves in no time at all. Easy!

But then, Qh8+ didn't occur to me at all. I was looking for ways to continue the attack, not to reach a technical win on material.

Perhaps this shows that sacrifices are harder to spot when no capture is involved.

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