There are three types of learning style: tactile, visual and auditory. We all have more affinity with one or two of these styles.
Designing your study plan and using study tools according to your learning style makes it easier for you to memorize. You will also enjoy the process more! Continue reading “Learning style: a simple tool to boost your study”
I will use the advice given in the book Mastery by Robert Greene as my chess improvement roadmap.
In his book, Robert Greene divides the process to mastery in three parts: Continue reading “Chess improvement : a little-known way to mastery”
I am 30 years old and I am not talented at chess. I plateaued between 1463 and 1497 for more than two years. However my FIDE rating went from 1497 (in september 2015) to 1594 (in september 2016): see my FIDE profile.
How did I improve so much? Continue reading “How I gained 97 elo points in a year”