This book talks about chess players. How they think, how they react, what are their feelings that ultimately affect the way they play chess. The author shares his experience regarding these matters with the ultimate goal to help the player be cooler while playing chess. Lot's of games of famous Grandmasters are analysed in which the author tries to illustrate his ideas. This "emotional" perspective of chess play which is being analysed is very humorous at times, especially when the cooler-minded approach of Grandmasters is contrasted to the greatly emotional approach of most amateurs. The book in general tries to help the player by informing him about the emotional pitfalls of the game so that he can remain cool from start to finish of a chess game. What seems strange nevertheless, is that although the purpose of the book is to teach calmness it is written in a very enthusiastic - novel like way with expressions like "Wow!" being common. This is a very poor choice by the author since this works towards the opposite direction of the book's purpose. This choice, in combination with the humourous nature of some of the author's observations on chess players, makes the whole work have more of an entertaining than an instructive value. Overall, I'd say that the book contains good material but this material is poorly presented.