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Empty Your Cup

Empty Your Cup

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  • 101 in Learning Chess By: Peterson Lu
  • Lesson 1  - - Empty Your Cup In general knowledge: when we start playing chess in our early years we develop a sense of game play. Learning to systematically play the game and how to analyze it. We can’t learn something new if we already know the answer.
  • Lesson 2 Finding that system - In any game whether it be card game , board game or internet game. The first thing we do is try to find a system that would work for us in learning and playing the game. 
  • Lesson 3  - Don’t invent the wheel Use the internet to try and find the opening that you like and vice-versa its counter. Play actual games versus people you know are stronger than you.
  • Lesson 4  - - Don’t learn everything in 1 night After finding the system that works for you – practice using it After finding that opening that you love – learn it , use it in an actual game and study it even more to find that counter. Chess has infinite possibilities
  • Lesson 5  - Remember to stay hungry and stay focus Got this from the late Steve Jobs. When learning new things and exploring possibilities the rush is unexplainable 
  • Lesson 6 ICHIBAN – being number 1!! How good to you want to be? - Self explanatory : are you satisfied with your current state? If yes then good, if needs improvement then study more. Almost all of the information you need is in the internet. Just a matter of clicking  