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  1. 05 May '09 20:38
    There are quite a number of threads devoted to the issues of chess books and chess study, aimed at the more general question of just what is the best way to improve one's chess play. I just finished reading a terrific article at Chessville which does a fabulous job of addressing these issues. The article is geared more for the beginner and intermediate player. Highly recommended. "Suggestions for Improving Your Play," by S. Evan Kreider can be found at: http://www.chessville.com/instruction/instr_gen_suggestions_for_improving.htm
  2. 05 May '09 21:26
    Originally posted by basso
    There are quite a number of threads devoted to the issues of chess books and chess study, aimed at the more general question of just what is the best way to improve one's chess play. I just finished reading a terrific article at Chessville which does a fabulous job of addressing these issues. The article is geared more for the beginner and intermediate player. ...[text shortened]... an be found at: http://www.chessville.com/instruction/instr_gen_suggestions_for_improving.htm
    Very interesting.Been thinking of devising a training schedule.I'm going to adopt this one and give it a serious try.

    Will check back in a year or 2 to see if I progressed any