¿Chess.com trainer refuerza el "hope chess"?

Dec 3, 2017, 3:19 AM |
Jul 14, 2016 

The problem with chess.com's rating system for tactics is that it puts the premium on speed. This encourages players to take shortcuts in the thinking process and rely on what Heisman calls "hope chess" instead of thoroughly analyzing a position as one would in a slow game. This may be fine if you are training for blitz, but this will reinforce bad habits for slow chess.


DD-DI: quizá debería olvidarme del rating system y analizar todas las posiciones lo más profundamente posible. Dentro de un orden, no más de 10 minutos.