GM Michael Adams takes you through his thought process by looking mostly at his own games.
Adams is a perennial at the top of the chess World. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, he was one of the best players in the World, losing the final of the 1998 World Championship Qualifier Final to Anand (a precursor of the World Cup) and the 2003 World Championship Final to Kasimdzhanov. He also participated in the 2005 World Championship Tournament in St Luis, Argentina, won by Topalov.
Michael and Philip Hurtado co-authored Think Like a Super-GM, published by Quality Chess and awarded the English Chess Federation Book of the Year 2022.
Today he remains an active player and is one of only two senior players over 2700. The other one is Anand. We feel very lucky to have him as a lecturer at Killer Chess Training.
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