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  1. Standard member chessisvanity
    THE BISHOP GOD
    24 Jan '07 02:02
    Does diagram training work?

    The idea is to take a tactics book and solve the puzzles directly from the book...do not set the position up on the board...just solve and solve untill the pages turn to dust..

    DOES IT WORK?
  2. 24 Jan '07 02:05
    [url]http://www.redhotpawn.com/board/showthread.php?threadid=60950[/url]
  3. 24 Jan '07 05:11
    works for me i find setting upa board too time consuming. it depends if you can see the moves in your head.
  4. Standard member chessisvanity
    THE BISHOP GOD
    24 Jan '07 05:24
    i prefer solving from diagram....
  5. Standard member Dies Irae
    I Love U
    24 Jan '07 06:25
    Originally posted by deeploser
    [url]http://www.redhotpawn.com/board/showthread.php?threadid=60950[/url]
    Why do you need 2 of the same threads, you already got answers. Do the work and figure it out for yourself now or at least bump your old thread with a progress update from your end.
  6. 24 Jan '07 09:56
    Originally posted by chessisvanity
    Does diagram training work?

    The idea is to take a tactics book and solve the puzzles directly from the book...do not set the position up on the board...just solve and solve untill the pages turn to dust..

    DOES IT WORK?
    of course it works. why wouldnt it work?
  7. Standard member onyx2006
    onyx2007
    24 Jan '07 10:20
    depends really, for 2-3 movers - do it from the book, for a more complex combo - set up the boarrd, well.... that's what I do. But at least 'try' to do them in your head - it will stand to you.