All too often chessplayers lose by making moves which , deep down, they know are wrong. Why do players commit these chess board sins? How can they be avoided? This book focuses on the psychological traps that are the seven deadly chess sins: Drifting (losing the plot), Perfectionism (ending in time trouble), Egoism (overestimating your chances) ... read it to find out more. An original and thought provoking work from Scotland's newest GM.
Published 2001, softback 208 pages.View sample pages (pdf)