Increasing intellectual performance and chess play
You’ve studied your openings and maybe you have worked with the tactics trainer here at chess.com. Perhaps you’ve even taken a lesson or two. What will help you get from being a patzer to an accomplished player? That’s a question I ask when I study chess, but it’s also a question I ask when I think about brain physiology and how best to increase intellectual performance capabilities, which have a direct bearing on the outcome of the game and just about anything you want to be good at.
At LivingTheCRWay.com, we have good insights about that. Recently, we posted about how a thought process can be committed to long-term memory:
Now, livingthecrway teleconferences include experts on brain improvement. This month’s authority is David Shenk, author of many books on cognition including the Genius in all of Us and a must read chess book, The Immortal Game.