thinking process has been made to ease chess players to think about their
movement. They need to think out of the box to arrange their strategy in order
to bring the opponent’s king into a checkmate and achieve victory. However,
these may be hard for a chess player to be able to sort what they should be
thinking especially in a specific amount of time with the pressure of opponents
in front of them. Therefore, based on
the website iChess.Net there are four thinking process that you can do to find
the best move on the board.The
third process is always answering your personal thoughts of ‘what is my plan
now?’ There are two types of goals; short term goals and long term goals.
Consequently, the player should think what their next goal is. It can be either
to develop their pieces, defend their king, control the center or make the
opponents pieces become bad. These developments no matter big or small are
important so that you do not make any wrong steps which can jeopardize your
long term goals. These is related to the way of life where you need to
creatively think to solve problems or manage any miseries that occur which in
the end you need to make sure that you do not lose yourself and your goals.
The next process is making a move of
your pieces. After making sure that there isn’t a need for a force move, you
can finally make a few strategies and plan any specific moves that you can play
in that position. The strategies and plans are much related to every individual
to think about the consequences of their actions whether it may give an impact
to others or even their self.In
conclusion, the thinking processes used in chess are actually the process you
can assimilate into your life, especially when you are facing a problem. The
problem can be broken down into few simple questions and that way you can think
of a solution one by one just like the process of thinking in chess. Thus, you
are able to nip the problem in the bud in no matter of time and think maturely.
As a result, we are able to create a society that have a mind of its own while
being thoughtful and caring of others around them.