The Chess Angle

Ep. 30: Dubious Study Plans, The Comparison Game, & More

May 22, 2022 Long Island Chess Club Episode 30
The Chess Angle
Ep. 30: Dubious Study Plans, The Comparison Game, & More
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Are you constantly comparing your chess progress to that of others? Are four, five, or six-hour-a-day study plans effective for amateur players? I offer opinions on these topics and more. The segments in this episode include:

  • The "tournament hall" vs. the "study hall"
  • Handling decision fatigue from all the available study material
  • The essential areas of focus for beginners
  • OTB vs. online strategy
  • The comparison game
  • Talent vs. hard work
  • Is studying several hours a day actually necessary at the amateur/club level?

Mentioned: The Amateur's Mind (Amazon)

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(Cont.) Ep. 30: Dubious Study Plans, The Comparison Game, & More