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Generalization in chess thinking
In this work we deal with generalization in chess thinking. Generalization is a complex process based on information people acquired during previous experiences. In the field of chess, chess books, chess education and personal game practice supply the information for generalization to occur. The way in which generalization is performed in chess is still a topic that deserves more research. In this article we dwell on early theories about chess thinking. We underline the role played by what wedoi:10.30827/pna.v9i3.6100 fatcat:2p4goimrwvbe7pne5osxpq6wlm