Advance Chess Inferential Analysis Of Distributive Cognitive Logistics

Hybridization of Poly - Plextics Probabilities (Double Set Game - Book 2) (Volume 1)

Non-Fiction - Education
190 Pages
Reviewed on 01/07/2019
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Author Biography

Author: Siafa B. Neal
Topic : Advance 3-D Matrix Chess
Genre: Non-Fiction , Education
Hobbies : Painting (3-D Arts ; please visit : ) , designing Advance chess game boards, Photography, chess , writing Advance chess books (please visit if you may : ; ; ; ; ;

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    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Advance Chess Inferential Analysis Of Distributive Cognitive Logistics by Siafa B. Neal is a handy manual for all chess lovers and all those who want to learn chess. The book has illustrations, diagrams, and drawings that will explain to the reader the nuances, fundamental aspects, and complexities of the game. Chess is an intellectual game and the author’s intention in writing this book is to synergize the Cognition Informatics thought processes of chess players to higher levels of mental awareness of alternatives to the possibilities of the game, which also include the Double Set Games. The content material in the book serves as an inspirational catalyst for chess enthusiasts in the near and not so distant future.

The author handles the topic extensively and expansively and reading this book will not only give chess lovers and readers a lot of information about the game, but also an entirely different perception of the game. The use of diagrams, illustrations, and drawings in the book make it easy for readers and chess lovers to comprehend what the author is trying to explain and give clarity to his words. I like the way the author has handled the topic, making it interesting and engaging to readers and encouraging readers to test their intelligence level in unique way. The book gives another dimension to a recreational activity which is good because readers and chess lovers will be able to look at the challenges of the game with a different outlook. It is definitely a good book for all those who want to learn the game of chess and excel in it.

Gisela Dixon

Advance Chess Inferential Analysis Of Distributive Cognitive Logistics by Siafa B Neal is a non-fiction occupational or hobby book on advanced chess playing and tactics. In this book, Siafa starts with a short introduction on himself and what the book is about, and his own background and motivation in writing this book. There is then a brief section on the fairly innovative Advanced 3-D chess and how and where to buy the board and accessories as used in the book, as well as information on coaching, private tutoring, etc. The book then dives into the nitty-gritty of the game of chess itself and the various maneuvers and strategic play, along with actual equations and positioning. There are a lot of photographs and sketches presented throughout the book which help readers to understand some of the explanations in depth.

I found Advance Chess Inferential Analysis Of Distributive Cognitive Logistics to be quite intriguing and innovative. Not being an expert player myself, I found some of the language to be definitely technical and advanced for me, so it is helpful to get some basic solid grounding in chess before diving into this book. But for a seasoned or experienced player, I am sure this book will provide an opportunity for hours of study and play. The writing style is fairly technical but the numerous photos accompanying the text really helped me to quickly grasp some of the writing. Overall, this is a good book for an expert chess player.

K.C. Finn

Advance Chess Inferential Analysis Of Distributive Cognitive Logistics is a highly technical chess manual penned by author Siafa B Neal. This is the third in a series of professional chess works, forming book two of the Double Set Game series. Both psychological and highly mathematical, chess master Siafa B Neal endeavours to simplify and explain the intricacies of the most advanced chess playing techniques for all levels of player to engage with and enjoy. The work includes many diagrams, equations, and explanations of play method from the human thought processes to those of robotic chess machines that pose the greatest challenges of the world.

I have to admit, I was pretty lost in this complex work, but I am certain that for the audience of expert players it is designed for, Advance Chess Inferential Analysis Of Distributive Cognitive Logistics would be a superbly intricate and engaging read. Siafa B Neal is clearly an author who is highly knowledgeable about the subject, and the narrative of the explanations reads like computer programming, which is sure to be clean and simple for the chess-minded readers that the book is designed to attract. I found the diagrams particularly helpful when deciphering the terminology of the text, and I think that beginner and mid-level players will probably benefit from those more than the explanations present, as they were clear and well drawn to illustrate specific moves and strategies. Overall, this is really an excellent book for pros looking to seek the highest form of the game.