We dont think about others that much compared to ourselves. But like the old saying goes; ”it takes two to tango”, so its time for that to change. If you'd just bother looking chess also from your opponents point of view, you could gain better prospects regarding the match. The problem with most chess books is that they show the game only from Whites perspective . They dont flip the board so that you could really see the board from Black's perspective.
In this book I am trying to operationally define the fine art of reading other people. This book has two parts, the first one being more about your side of the story while the latter part being looking from the point of view of others. Chess will be much more rewarding after learning to look it from the perspective of both players.
Want to know why do you play chess? How to rattle your opponent psychologically? What is the most important lesson sought out from chess? This book is the answer to these questions. I'll give you 10 essays on the theme of chess, which will boost your rating.