27 January 2019

Training quote of the day #21: Emmanuel Lasker

The most intelligent inspection of any number of fine paintings will not make the observer a painter, nor will listening to a number of operas make the hearer a musician, but good judges of music and painting may be so formed.  Chess differs from these.  The intelligent perusal of fine games cannot fail to make the reader a better player and a better judge of the play of others.
-- Emanuel Lasker, World Champion 1894-1921
(Cited in The Art of Planning in Chess: Move by Move by GM Neil McDonald) 

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