David Bronstein Quotes

Top 15 wise famous quotes and sayings by David Bronstein

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David Bronstein quotes: In chess, as in life, opportunity strikes but once. In chess, as in life, opportunity strikes but once.
David Bronstein quotes: Two passed pawns advancing on the enemy pieces have brought me more than a dozen points in tournaments. Two passed pawns advancing on the enemy pieces have brought me more than a dozen points in tournaments.
David Bronstein quotes: When everything on the board is clear it can be so difficult to conceal your thoughts from your opponent. When everything on the board is clear it can be so difficult to conceal your thoughts from your opponent.
David Bronstein quotes: Far from all of the obvious moves that go without saying are correct. Far from all of the obvious moves that go without saying are correct.
David Bronstein quotes: Independence of thought is a most valuable quality in a chess-player, both at the board and when preparing for a game. Independence of thought is a most valuable quality in a chess-player, both at the board and when preparing for a game.
David Bronstein quotes: The essence of Chess is thinking about what Chess is. The essence of Chess is thinking about what Chess is.
David Bronstein quotes: A game of chess is not an examination of knowledge; it is a battle of nerves. A game of chess is not an examination of knowledge; it is a battle of nerves.
David Bronstein quotes: To lose one's objective attitude to a position, nearly always means ruining your game. To lose one's objective attitude to a position, nearly always means ruining your game.