First I tried to imagine what kind of training would be necessary to speed up the invention of these long term moves. The only thing I could come up with is: invent them at home.
Then I tried to see how useful these moves during the game actually were.
I got the initiative, I was better after the opening, was it a rated game, I would have drawed because of time trouble. Now I lost due to a miscalculation in time trouble.
If I look back, then this is how it always goes if I not just crush my opponent.
Today I re-read the article of DLM. Especially the part about thoughtprocess.
If I subtract everything I am allready doing automatically this is what remains:
Implement a simple plan:
- Increase piece mobility
- Trade pawns
He might be right. Long plans you have to invent in the study room. OTB you just can't permit to use so much time in such a feeble way.
I don't know why he wants to trade pawns, but I will have a look at it.
Time for another experiment. I hope I'm not too addicted to long term plans.