By Colin Crouch
What is Carlsen's mystery? How did an already world-class participant achieve attaining this unparalleled point the place he used to be frequently beating the world's most powerful grandmasters? during this publication, overseas grasp Colin Crouch offers solutions to those questions. Crouch reports Carlsen's development lately and demonstrates how he discovered classes from earlier setbacks, grew to become weaknesses into strengths, losses into attracts, and attracts into wins. through doing so Carlsen used to be in a position to bring up his play to a stratospheric point, yet any aspiring chess participant can use related the way to enhance their game.
* the tale of Carlsen's record-breaking performances
* In-depth research of Carlsen's games
* examine from the World's no 1 player
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