I need to get back on track.
After my summer vacation, I haven’t really had a plan or a purposeful way of practicing. Before my vacation, I did the #Puzzlerush-experiment and solved several thousand puzzles, but it was impossible to do while on vacation so it did terminate my participation in it and also left me without a training plan.
It’s odd that you see so few chess players talking about their training programmes – as opposed to runners I follow on here who talk about runs they’ve done all the time.— JB (@Berlin_Endgame) August 18, 2020
This post from @ChessAtlas is a very welcome exception and a good insight into the Woodpecker Method. https://t.co/MADJtpVq8P
This Tweet by JB got me thinking and motivated to get back on track. I’m also inspired by Neal Bruce, who is going over master’s games ATM.
Day 16 with Find The Right Plan:— Neal Bruce (@NealBruceBC) August 18, 2020
162 pages done and 71 to go. 👍
I like the miniatures included in the book. ☺️
I’ve included a fun White to mate in 3 today. 🤔
Happy Tuesday! 😁 pic.twitter.com/M2FbdfBPzv
I will make these simple training rules:
- Play one 15+15 training game (or longer)
- Annotate it
- Go over 5 Masters games in the same opening as my own training game to learn new ideas
Hit 2200 in Classical on Lichess