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Is it possible to control your luck at chess? According to the author of this book it is and he explains how to make the most of your chess ability by making sure luck is always on your side. Lemoir identifies many aspects of luck including when to play speculative sacrifices, time management, why defenders fail, why typical errors occur and practical techniques for fighting your way out of trouble.
This book does not try to improve your pure chess knowledge but it offers invaluable advice on the likely situation inside your opponent's head and how to exploit it. This book, in clear text, is packed with examples throughout and is aimed at club players.
Published 2001, softback, 176 pages.