At some point in time, all chess players were amateurs to understand that whenever a grandmasters level player makes a move, they are playing every move after winning and losing so many games.
Have you ever thought what makes one person play better chess than another? What is it that Grandmaster has and you don't? Well, the simple answer to this is the ability to spot good moves quickly. Selecting a good move is a remarkably complex task. Today we are going to discuss the shortcuts that Grandmaster use to play the best moves in any position.
There are many ways to sharpen the skills which a player needs during a chess game or tournament. But nowadays solving the unique and difficult chess puzzles is preferred as a great way to do that. Though it is mainly practiced in the beginners’ level but at the grandmaster level, it is practiced as well.