How to Develop Blindfold Chess Skills

  • October 30, 2018



Elliott Neff shows you how to develop a skill of playing "blindfold chess". First he demonstrates the fundamentals and then gives you the steps to forming the mental capability of visualization.

He has played 12 games simultaneously, blindfold - not losing a single game! Here are the techniques to acquiring this ability.

 

National Master Elliott Neff, author of A Pawn's Journey, has taught over 10,000 students and founded Chess4Life in 2005 to bring kids life skills through chess to more than one million.

For Chess House subscribers, Elliott is sharing weekly answers and solving challenging questions about running a chess program. Here's your opportunity to find breakthroughs and get help through video or social media.

 



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