Nootropics for chess

aylamrosenthal
aylamrosenthal
Oct 3, 2016, 9:50 PM |
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phpqtVSPN.pngSo, I've been a casual chess player for the past year or so. I've never actually been all that serious about it, with the majority of my games being against my dad in the mornings. Next year I am going to college and am planning on joini
ng a chess team there, so I am looking to become more serious about it.

I've been looking into different ways in which I can increase my chess skills. Of course, the biggest and most important thing here is to practice, practice, practice and read up lots on chess strategy. 

In addition to all of this, I've been looking into using nootropics to benefit my chess skill. I read an article on Aniracetam (http://www.nootreviews.com/aniracetam/) and from the guy's description of it it seems that it could be a useful chess aid. Has anybody had experience with Aniracetam or any other nootropics, and have they been beneficial for improving your chess gameplay?