Strategy design: Lessons from Gary Kasparov

World Chess Champion Gary Kasparov on thinking 15 moves in advance, confusing your opponent and taking risk.

“It takes more than logic to be great chess-player. Intuition is the defining quality of a great chess player. That’s because chess is a mathematically infinite game. Inevitably you reach a point when you’ve got to navigate by using your imagination and feelings rather that your intellect or logic” “I do not look for a mathematical solution when I play chess. I’m always trying to find something unconventional, even poetic –something more than just analytics.”