The post that was quoted here has been removedwhat happens is that when ones thoughts are not subject to some defining criteria, they tend wander and dissipate into nothingness, in chess, we end up making pointless moves from not being able to make sense of the position. This happens to me all the time. I scan the landscape and there is no defining feature, i try to create one, but its not so easy. What can be done? Simply develop? yes, but development without a plan is uncomfortable and simply development for developments sake. I too wonder if this happens to other players.
The post that was quoted here has been removedUnfortunately, I'm having a hard time understanding what you're trying to say.
The post that was quoted here has been removedI'm not sure, but it sounds like what you're describing is a lack of what is termed "board vision". Once again, I'm going to throw out Dan Heisman's name. Dan talks about the board vision problem in a number of his Novice Nook columns. If you need help finding the right articles, let me know, but I'll give the link to Dan's Novice Nook web page, and you can probably find the articles as fast as I could.
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The post that was quoted here has been removedWith a legit thought here. Each board offers a notebook now, where you can keep notes on each game. This is a great tool to help you with moves that have happened throughout a game.