Finding my way in the chessdevelopment- and training jungle in order to improve my rating.
Hi Tempo, This is an interesting topic. My next entry on my blog I will give you my thoughts. Jim
sometimes we dont need a plan, but less plans. sometimes we dont need more tactics, but sitting quietly. sometimes we dont need more training, but more rest. sometimes we need massive effort, for months, like a crazy person, day after day. there is no panacea.this is exactly what i wrote you at my big post, from the 7th of October, 2006: "Saying What is NOT being said: simple, middle, or complex":http://dk-transformation.blogspot..com/2006/10/saying-what-is-not-being-said-simple.htmlin architecture, there is a saying by German Architect, Mies Van Der Rohe, "Less is more". Sometimes, more is more, or less is less. but the more programs we have, the less focus we have. i am trying to do less programs, but, whatever i do, i do 100%. then i shift after to other parts of chess study. warmly, dk
i do that...i like to think i am learning the correct way from the start...