As a result, many improve their chess skills very fast and raise hundreds of points in a short time. Yet, many spend years in confusion not being able to improve. What’s the correct approach in this tricky world? How to get maximum value from the good resources, be in the 1st type of group of fast improvers?
I believe the answer lies in the following:
- Smart research before picking up a source to study from
- Learning from someone who has walked the talk, who has achieved what you want to or has students who have done that.
- Forget about the word “useful”. You won’t be able to read and watch all the useful books and courses. Instead, change it to “the most effective.”
What’s the most effective book for your level or the most effective course to get?
As a Grandmaster and chess coach, who left his cozy life and started a company with a mission to help chess lovers to unlock their full potential, I’m very happy that in the chess world there are people like Vishnu and that you picked his book.
International Grandmaster, Founder and CEO of ChessMood, Avetik Grigoryan