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nobi
Posts: 2 | Last online: 04.24.2017
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Germany
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04.24.2017
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I am 62 years old and play chess for over 30 years now.
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    • nobi has written a new post "Beautiful Women" 04.24.2017

      You are right, Melanie, it requires a lot of study to get to over 2000 Elo. I know that, because that's what I have now. But I hit a wall, I just can't get better. It must be my way of thinking. To play positional chess in more complex positions I have selected to play and study the English Opening, which is very complex positional chess.

      I realized, I must learn to think differently when I analyze a chess position or I will not be able to overcome this wall. For that reason I have invented my own chess terminology, my own chess terms to classify chess piece position and activity.

      For example: no-future-knight, reduced bishop, misplaced rook, misplaced knight, pawn hook, open-air bishop, open-space knight, create Isolani, imbalanced pieces etc.

      This helps my brain to become aware of things that I have not noticed before. I think, if we could invent a new approach about how to classify chess pieces, we would see more and could overcome some of our limitations. This might help to improve Elo.

      For example: I sometimes tend to keep positions closed when my pieces are better placed than pieces of my opponent. So I invented the term: "Open up the fishbox". If this phrase jumps into my mind during the game, I smile and realize what I should do now. Before this, I would not have noticed that I should open up my position.

      I think it is all about awareness. If you are more aware of the possibilities of your position, you see more good moves. But if your brain is unaware you miss good moves very often. This stops you to get better. You must force your brain to become more aware by inventing new chess terms learn them so that they will jump into your mind and will lead to good moves.

      However I have to prove to myself that this will overcome the limitations and barriers of my mind.

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