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I am sure that traditional oriental and occidental Chess players will be ready converts to the paradigm shift outlined in this text. The aim has been to provide a brief but comprehensive introduction to Chesmayne which will enable the average Chess player, with a little practice, to achieve a reasonable competence in a short time.
Try to understand the reasoning behind each move - study the endings, as the finale is a weakness of amateurs. In order to be an excellent player you must be capable of excelling in all aspects.
At one point the game may seem calm and undisturbed but at the next moment there will come a sudden flurry of movement and almost before you know what has happened you will find yourself in the center of a hurricane.
When the atmosphere is on a knife-edge the rivalry will be keen.
How do you choose a correct move from a miasma of alternatives? What factors will affect your selection of the correct move? These problems are complex and will vary from contestant to contestant.
First, you will need to acquire a working knowledge of the new pieces and levels of play. Knowledge of middle game techniques including strategy and tactics and how to play from a given position and win are also desirable.
During the endgame phase, specific knowledge of what to do from a given position will enable you to determine whether a game can be won or drawn. Knowledge of the theory underlying the game in all its ramifications will be important in determining your thinking technique.
During most games of Chess victory depends on ingenuity and the ability of being able to think on your feet. This means that you will have to analyze each position as it crops-up on the particular level you choose to play.