Improving your chess requires more than just being smart and playing a lot of games. To people who don’t already know: There are a lot of online ressources available.
I don’t know if the MSM have even mentioned this, but in case you didn’t know the World Chess Championship match between Gelfand and Anand is being played right now (third game is at move 20 now, so by ‘right now’ I do mean right now) and over the coming weeks. Playchess provides live coverage, as does Susan Polgar. Probably others as well.
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About me/this blog
I am a student of economics from Denmark.
This blog is mainly a site where I keep track of and share some of the stuff I read and learn. Only a small subset of the posts on this blog deal with economics – I have diverse interests, and as the category cloud in the sidebar below illustrates this blog contains posts about all kinds of stuff: Mathematics, physics, statistics, geology, geography, health care and medicine, psychology, evolutionary biology, genetics, history, anthropology, archaeology, chess, …
Here’s an overview of the books I’ve read in 2016.
Here is an overview post of the 153 books I read in 2015.
Here’s an overview of the 116 books I read during 2014.
Here’s an overview of the 71 books I read in 2013.
All of the overview posts contain links to other blog posts covering many of those books, as well as reviews of the books which I have published on goodreads.
Here’s a link to my goodreads profile.
Here’s a blog post with some information about me and this blog.
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