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13. Chess Master

13. Chess Master

  • Chess has long been considered a game to improve one’s thinking. 
  • There are plenty of thinking tools that can be mined from the game.
  • One is the ability to simulate the game in your mind’s eye.
  •  A common trick of grandmasters is playing blindfolded games.
  • While this amazes spectators, it actually reinforces a useful practice—being able to see the game in your head, 
  • So you can calculate future moves your opponent makes.
  • Trying to visualize what might happen, and then compare that prediction to reality. This can hone your simulation abilities


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