Dan Heisman is a United States Chess Federation National Master, author and instructor.
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Shortlisted for the FIDE Book of the Year Award Is chess a logical game? What constitutes an advantage in chess? How can we set problems and create psychologically difficult situations for the opponent? These are big questions, and Erik Kislik tackles them and others head-on in this thought-provoking, thoroughly modern, and original work. He answer...
I have added Kislic's Applying Logic in Chess to my Recommended Book page Don't be fooled by the title; it's actually a coach's "soup to nuts" recommendations/opinions for how talented players can progress to a very strong level. Comprehensive. #Chess – source
Dan HeismanMar 10, 2021
J29 As an actuary, IM Igor Khmelnitsky knows statistics. So he shows stats about how each level of solver did on each problem in his book Chess Exam and Training Guide. These stats clearly show what level understands the needs/issues of each problem. Recommended for 1500+ #Chess – source
Dan HeismanJan 29, 2021
@upenn08 Yes, all of Jeff Coakley's books are excellent (and not just for kids). This book, Winning Chess Exercises for Kids is, IMHO, the best intermediate tactics puzzle book. (Just look at his comprehensive answers!) #chess – source
Dan HeismanApr 27, 2019