Since I have a rather relaxed schedule at CTS at the moment (120 new+240 repeated problems a day), I deciced to score some cheap patterns by repetition of problems I have already done 7 times.
Today I did for the second time step 3 of TCT (which I have done 7 times in the past 8 months ago). When I repeated step 3 for the first time a few days ago, it was rather disappointing. But today I seemed to remember a lot more. My results a few days ago I compared with doing step 3 for the first time. But my results today were comparable with doing it for the 5th time. So all these circles in the past have their value, only you have to repeat them sometimes.
I intend to use during the next 9 days before the Corus tournament all the free time generated by the lazy schedule at CTS for repetition of problems I did allready 7 times in the past (I hope this is still English). I.c step 3,4,5 from TCT and 1359 problems from George Renko's intensive course tactics part I.
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