tackle the hardest first

# What would be the best way for me to do the woodpecker method?

tackle the hardest first

So I should solve the advanced puzzles first?

yea of course if you want improvement * fast*, if your okay with seeing improvement late, then start with easy.

tackle the hardest first

So I should solve the advanced puzzles first?

yea of course if you want improvement * fast*, if your okay with seeing improvement late, then start with easy.

I might start with the intermediate puzzles first than move on to the advanced ones later on. I’ll have to think about it.

Could someone explain the Woodpecker Method to me?

https://www.newinchess.com/media/wysiwyg/product_pdf/7838.pdf

Could someone explain the Woodpecker Method to me?

https://www.newinchess.com/media/wysiwyg/product_pdf/7838.pdf

Thanks

You should probably get the chessable course instead if you haven't already bought the book

The chessable course would be great except I'm broke I found it for free on scribd

You should probably get the chessable course instead if you haven't already bought the book

The chessable course would be great except I'm broke I found it for free on scribd

Well then that's much better

The theory of the Method is to use the easiest but go over and over them . Start with 50 then work to 100 over and over. It works. The method, first mentioned in Pump Up Your Rating, does more than train patterns. I found that it increased my speed of analysis with positions I had never seen before. The key is to do it every day and faster than when you started.

Hello everyone I was able to find the woodpecker method book and I was wondering what would be the best way for me to do it? I was thinking about solving all of the intermediate puzzles but, wasn’t sure if that was to many for my first go at it?