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Saturday, December 23, 2006

Pattern Recognition by Tim McGrew

Current Michigan co-champion Tim McGrew is a university professor and chess coach, Internet Chess Club administrator, and author of multiple columns at ChessCafe, Chess Life, The Chess Correspondent and Michigan Chess.

Tim has kindly allowed us to publish one of his many helpful chess worksheets, labeled Pattern Recognition. It is intended for beginning students but can also serve as a quick review for intermediate players as well. The seven-page pdf file ends with positions from six actual games in which the reader is asked to find a winning move, based on the patterns McGrew has discussed.

You can find his Pattern Recognition worksheet here.

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