Sunday, August 06, 2006

Started Safety Training at CTS

After my detection that safety is my main weakness despite of some tactical skills, and that CTS is excellent for safety training, I have switched again to a strategy aimed at a percentage as high as possible, no matter how much rating I may lose.

Today I did 100 problems, solved 96 and failed 4, and I lost 13 rating points. My longest winning streak was 37 in a row, losing 6 rating points.

My overall success rate increased from 78.2 to 78.3 in this session.


At 3:42 AM, Blogger transformation said...

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At 3:51 AM, Blogger transformation said...

this is fantastic as a result. keep those % coming, and, i can assure you, while your rating might fall 60 or even 100 for a month or two, when you inevitably get back to this same point, you will own it.

i fell like a rock from 1520 or 1530 to 1399, and it took me four months, but then i hit 1539, and now im 1500 to 1510/1515 and i dont fall. now that is a real rating when it stabilizes.

warm regards, dk

do i look for a new handle at cts or is it the same, just retooled?

fyi, i beat a 1732 as a 1516 on my late night 'devil may care' id (my other ones are 1625 or so but also not accurate; im sure im more like at least 1675 but have played maybe seven times in four or five months...amidst dramatic tactic improvment) in a solid game, not where they lost by one stupid move, then the next night i beat a solid 1839 also firmly. i ran the second game in fritz, and i didnt miss many key shots, and hit the major moves! so im needing revision real bad. but training takes a lot of juice, and playing is stressfull!

my point? CTS and ctArt works, especially when combined!

At 8:18 AM, Blogger Temposchlucker said...

Time for Slowmouse again?

At 11:34 AM, Blogger Mousetrapper said...

No more Slowmouse. No more extremism. I am trying to balance speed with security now. The goal is to sort things right, looking at the most important first. This must work quickly, because it is an important part of the calculation process.


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