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Posts Tagged ‘Center of Gravity’

  • Momir missboll_la_dame_habillée_en_bleu January 2015

    Focus Like a Laser Beam: Center of Gravity Part 4

    January 1, 2015 • Featured, Features, News1066

    By Momir Radovic I cannot tell you, my dear readers, how many times I’ve had this conversation with my younger students while we analyze their games: “What did you try to accomplish with your last move?” “Nothing!” “Then why did you play...

  • COG Part 3

    Don’t Throw Away Your Invested Chess Capital: Center of Gravity Part 3

    December 1, 2014 • Featured, News1860

    By Momir Radovic What Makes Chess Masters Masters Indeed, very little, in stark contrast with its supreme importance for playing good chess, can be found on the CoG concept in all chess literature (here are Part1 and Part2 of the exclusive coverage right here...

  • Momir Chess Heads November 2014

    Cornerstone of Chess: Center of Gravity Part 2

    November 1, 2014 • Featured, News, News1414

    By Momir Radovic Last time we identified one critical skill chess masters possess that provides a huge competitive edge over amateurs: it is center of gravity, a concept developed by the Prussian military theorist Carl von Clausewitz that works in all...

  • Momir Center of Gravity October 2014 Cover Photo

    Center of Gravity, in Chess?

    October 1, 2014 • Featured, News, News1731

    By Momir Radovic What Makes Chess Masters Superior? Center of Gravity? There is CoG in physics that we learned about back in school. It deals with masses and forces distributed in space. The CoG is the point where the resultant of all individual forces is...