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Title: Expertise in chess
Authors: Gobet, F
Keywords: chess
expertise
Elo rating
knowledge
search
blindfold chess
talent
deliberate practice
eye movement
perception
memory
random positions
problem solving
decision making
seletive search
progressive deepening
planning
development
learning
training
education
individual differences
neuroscience
Publication Date: 2006
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Citation: Gobet, F., & Charness, N. (2006). Chess and games. Cambridge handbook on expertise and expert performance (pp. 523-538). Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.
Abstract: This chapter provides an overview of research into chess expertise. After an historical background and a brief description of the game and the rating system, it discusses the information processes enabling players to choose good moves, and in particular the trade-offs between knowledge and search. Other topics include blindfold chess, talent, and the role of deliberate practice and tournament experience.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/1475
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