Chess has always been of interest to cognitive psychologists because it provides a way of investigating processes like thinking, memory, problem solving and the differences between machine and human processes. Chess Players Thinking presents a new view about experts thinking and how it should be studied. It provides a comprehensive analysis of chess players cognition, but its main results are applicable to broader research on human expertise. Chess Players Thinking provides readers interested in human cognitive skills with a new concept-based approach. It introduces and re-analyzes a number of classical psychological concepts such as apperception and restructuring. It will be of great interest to all cognitive scientists working on human skills.