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  1. Some chess players can remember all the games they have played or studied. This is due to the use of a special facial region of the brain, which is used to identify objects. An important feature of a chess player's brain is memorization of typical positions. You can learn more about this in this video about the three – time world chess champion Magnus Carlsen.

    “If I have time, I can calculate the position 100 moves ahead” – Magnus Carlsen.

  2. I am a chess player with 30 years of experience, analytics is just a bolt in the game, knowledge comes first!It's like learning Chinese, stategia, tactics, luck

  3. Poe, in “Murder in the Rue Morgue,” stunningly voiced the philosophy of chess through his hero. Pieces have their own value and power, and a chess player has a large number of options for developing the game, even making mistakes somewhere. Probably, excellent memory, strategic thinking, speed of decision-making, will to win are the distinctive features of such a person. But Poe brilliantly compared chess with checkers, giving checkers priority in complexity as a game. Why? Read it and you won't regret it.

  4. The brain works analytically. Anyone who says that a chess player can calculate everything several moves ahead is delusional. This is exactly what you can't do in a game where the opponent's move follows yours. But the chess player is constantly analyzing everything. The best chess players are the best analysts of the current situation on the board, and, of course, people who are able to make the most correct decision, from the variety that exists

  5. Read Nabokov's Defense of Luzhin. It describes the world of a chess player, I don't know how true the description is, but it's interesting to read…

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