Originally posted by amolv06
There are a lot of times where I can intuitively pick the right move without really seeing why it's the right move on CTS. I see it when I go over it, but not necessarily when I solve the problem. Is it better to solve those puzzles slowly, making sure you understand them before you answer them, or is that intuition what you are supposed to be developing?
its quite an interesting question, i tend to take my time, for me its the thought process thats important, the questions we ask prior to making our moves that lead us to the correct conclusion, however there are times when we simply 'see' things intuitively and know how to proceed, but even here care is needed because often there is some quirk that we never reckoned upon and our 'intuition', is flawed. actually my rating on cts is 1700, at least one hundred points higher than here, i don't know why, you think the two would correspond?