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"The Zizka Method" - book review? "The Zizka Method" - book review?

08-27-2021 , 07:23 AM
Is anybody who has read this willing to share a few insights or maybe a review please?
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08-27-2021 , 08:58 AM
Currently reading it now. I'll post some thoughts when I finish.
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08-29-2021 , 06:59 PM
Cheers Bill
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08-25-2022 , 12:04 PM
I saw it in google books, but it didn't stay there long. I was interested in this book as a primer on how to deal with psychological pressure during the game when I was doing a little research of my own for an essay. I was inspired by my work with https://writix.com/essay-examples/psychology about chess. But I never got around to reading The Zizka Method, I wanted to buy it but it was out of stock at the time.
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08-27-2022 , 12:06 AM
Hello everybody,

Hello Twifulds.
If you dont know him, i strongly recommand johnathan Rawson books : "Seven deadly chess sins" and "chess for zebras". First one is highly focused on psychology.
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07-09-2024 , 07:12 AM
I collect the better BG books (makes no sense to me to buy the 143 "Beginning BG") so I bought it, but I wasn't too impressed. Sure ZZ is an excellent player and his method seems to work for him, but I think there are better books on the market.

Related to psychology: I don't think there is a lot of new stuff in that area what isn't covered in Jacoby&Crawford or Hollands:"BG for people who hate to lose" already.
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07-09-2024 , 07:18 AM
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Originally Posted by BackgammonChess
If you dont know him, i strongly recommand johnathan Rawson books : "Seven deadly chess sins" and "chess for zebras". First one is highly focused on psychology.
Is it useful in your opinion for BG?
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