How Life Imitates Chess
by Garry Kasparov
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“In this book, the chess game is a teacher, and I aim to show that it is a greatGarry Kasparov Here the great master and World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov actions the powerful secrets of strategy he has learned to dominate the world’s most intellectually challenging game – lessons on mastering strategic and emotional skills to navigate in life’s most difficult challenges and maximize success, no matter how hard the competition lasts”Unfortunately, the number of ways to do something wrong always exceeds the number of ways to do itDrawing on a wealth of revealing and instructive stories, not only from one of the most intense and decisive moments of his greatest games, but also from his vast and perceptive reading, Kasparov reveals strategic ways of thinking that always gives a player – in life as in chess, the edgeWe learn about the great figures of the game, and how their contest shaped the history of chess; from Capablanca and Alekhine by Bobby Fischer and Kasparov nemesis, Vladimir Kramnik”It’s much better to be a little more confident than the other way aroundAs Churchill wrote, “Attitude is a small thing that makes a great difference”If we trust our abilities, they’ll pay us back.With a charming storyteller, Garry Kasparov, takes us inside a brilliant strategistAs Sun-Tzu distilled the secrets of the art of warfare and thought from Machiavelli unveiled the lessons to be learned from a courteous plot, Kasparov – a player whose record is likely never to be envied – reveals how and why the game of chess is a fitting and powerful master of how to be prepared for, and how to win in, even the most competitive situations”I used the attack because it was the only thing I knewNo, I’m attacking him because I know he works best.’
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