“There are 12 chapters and they cover topics from ‘Perception’ through to ‘Improving Your Chess Psychology’. Each chapter presents relevant games or, more commonly snippets with pertinent annotations. Every chapter is interesting; there is certainly no flab here and the whole book reads very well.
This is a fine book and one which should make you think. Just the knowledge that so many other, and much stronger, players than ourselves encounter the same problems is encouraging in itself, but coupled with the suggested ways to jump such hurdles make this a very interesting and useful book and one in which the authors have skilfully avoided making too deep. Very impressive.”
Sean Marsh, CHESS magazine