Originally posted by ivan2908exactly 1668.
Take an average 1500 OTB player, with average chess talent, IQ more then average (if this correlates at all with chess abilities), give him good tactical puzzle books and very good strategy book like Silman Amateurs mind . He solves at least 15 tactics daily, plays two OTB games daily and reads strategy book 30 minutes all that EVERY they. How far could he go in a year?
Originally posted by ivan2908Serious take this time...
Originally posted by wakchessdragonnope, the question just doesn't have an answer.
Cmon, guys, isn't that a bit too much of sarcasm?
Dumb looking question I know, but I am interested in your opinion if you have any!
Is that because of my provisional player status? I see often provisional players with silly questions, but I am not that bad
P. S. I do not have multi account, I wrote it on forum while my friend was loged. We have 5 accounts on same IP adress !
Originally posted by Varenkaziatdinov also said something about training that I really liked. it was something like: "I can tell you what to do, but I can't give you the willpower to do it."
Finally, don't worry about how far training may get you, just worry about doing it and seeing where you go. GM Motylev said he likes to follow "do what must; come what may" (or similar).