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Problems are simpler to solve backwards [Lifehacks]
posted March 12 2013 20:10.48 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is an excellent short video with chess grandmaster Maurice Ashley at TEDYouth 2012, explaining how you can use one of the four basic chess strategies to solve problems easier.

Bonus: Chess masters can predict many moves ahead - Myth busted!



[Link: TEDEd]
 
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