Judit is widely considered to be the greatest female chess player ever as she is the only woman to have been ranked in the top 10 worldwide, while Susan became the Women's World Chess Champion. He has written well-known chess books such as Chess: Problems, Combinations, and Games and Reform Chess , a survey of chess variants. He is also considered a pioneer theorist in child-rearing, who believes "geniuses are made, not born". Frankenstein" and viewed by his admirers as "a Houdini", noted Peter Maas in the Washington Post in
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Dear All, I have a book of a chess problems by Laszlo Polgar. Since day 1 when I got the book I was wondering the web for a place with all the problems that can be solved on a digital board but never found such a place.
I am ready to create one like that by myself with the support of community. I have tried to do so in lichess, but no luck so far since it is one problem per chapter which means I have to create chapters dunno if lichess event lets to do so. Any of you know other place where I can do that? Or maybe we even create some separate web resource to do that?
I can't find a current web page which offers this, but you could create your own webpage. This would save lots of time as you could just upload the file or cut and paste. That book confuses me. Where are tactics other than mates and attacks on the king?
How specifically did he train his daughters? How many hours or puzzles daily? How many times to solv e each puzzle, and when to go back and repeat puzzles? This was in addition to their other studies including ping pong and other physical activities. It's reported that Judith would spend extra time doing puzzles, often saying that the pieces wouldn't leave her alone. I wonder the 10 hours, how were they spent?
How much time devoted to this or that etc. What it's designed to do it stretch your mind in directions that it doesn't normally go. Suppose I show people a mate in 3, and there are 2 different ways to solve it.
Some will find one way group a , some will find the another group b. So what happens when the next puzzle is a mate in 3 with only one solution It stretches their mind. Same thing vice versa. So what that book is designed to do is to eliminate blindspots. I don't know about the rest of you, but when I see GMs play and analyze, they always have these little shot tactical combos that I never saw in the position. Nothing deep. Nothing complicated.
Just ingenuity. Just real extra "chessy". Why are they seeing these little shots and not me? They don't have blindspots to the degree and frequency that the rest of us do. Completing that book should go at least some way towards resolving blindspots. Fantastic book, can't recommend it enough.
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Polgar's 5334 Problems
Dear All, I have a book of a chess problems by Laszlo Polgar. Since day 1 when I got the book I was wondering the web for a place with all the problems that can be solved on a digital board but never found such a place. I am ready to create one like that by myself with the support of community. I have tried to do so in lichess, but no luck so far since it is one problem per chapter which means I have to create chapters dunno if lichess event lets to do so. Any of you know other place where I can do that?
Chess: 5334 Problems, Combinations and Games
I have just seen a notice on Amazon that this book is being re-released in paperback on August 13th of this year. It is pretty exciting, as it is very expensive to purchase in any current form. At least, I haven't found it anywhere. I don't know. I've never had the opportunity to look at it. I have seen a version in Chinese, but, well, it was Greek to me. With the online tactics training available, the book is a dinosaur.