every chess player wants to improve their calculation. Being a good calculator is perhaps one of the most important skills that will literally guarantee your success in the game. Computers are great a example.
However that’s where difficulties begin. Calculation is also perhaps one of the most difficult things to learn, it requires constant practice and good understanding of what to calculate, when and how.
Surprisingly there aren’t many resources covering this topic. GM Kotov’s evergreen analysis on finding the candidates moves becoming outdated [and here is why].
That’s why I want to present you with FM Krykun’s modern approach to calculation, that any practical player should follow.