Thursday, January 19, 2006

Finished unit 20


Finished unit 20 of tactics module 1 and started on 21. Reps (as unit 15 to 20 mostly were) seem to be over, as 21 is making me face new challenges again. I'm not sure what to think about my back ache... It still bothers me, but it seems to be going slightly better.

7 Comments:

At 19 January, 2006 17:14 , Blogger St. Patzer said...

Your devotion is impressive !!

 
At 20 January, 2006 07:51 , Blogger Edwin 'dutchdefence' Meyer said...

Well, let's just hope that my devotion will bring about lot's of positive results chesswise. But the most impressive devotion to studying chess was that of Bobby Fischer... If i could only be half as devoted. But i cannot really compare ofcourse... He started studying as a kid with with much more time on his hands. But to start learning Russian in order to be able to read Russian chess books and magazines, to try and beat them at their own game (which he did)... Now that is what i call impressive!!

 
At 22 January, 2006 11:22 , Blogger Patrick said...

A good book to use in conjunction with PCT is "Art of Checkmate" by renaud and kahn.

Anyway, if you don't turn out like Bobby fischer i think you are all the better for it!

good job, keep it up.. cya

 
At 25 January, 2006 07:43 , Blogger Carrillo Fan said...

hey, hope your back feels better soon. I've already finished the first 5 units! I enjoy it, but I'm sure I will be slowing down soon. :)

 
At 25 January, 2006 08:44 , Blogger Edwin 'dutchdefence' Meyer said...

Thank you for your concern. But i'm a little bit afraid about my back though... I've had the same ache's before. And even though they were serious at the times they occured, they went away pretty quickly. This time though, it isn't really going away. Plus my knee has a very bad burn to it when i turn it into a particular direction. I think during my lifetime i f'd up some parts of my body pretty bad. And i'm not at all happy with that.

So, 5 units allready!
Keep up the good work ;)

 
At 26 January, 2006 03:21 , Blogger Carrillo Fan said...

i'm wondering, is there any way to save your progress in the middle of a unit? i have to do it all or not at all, there is no pausing half way. just wondering

 
At 26 January, 2006 07:26 , Blogger Edwin 'dutchdefence' Meyer said...

It should be automaticly saving your progress... With me it does. You should be able to stop halfway (or a quarter or whatever) and have your progress saved. Doesn't it do that with you? If you do only one exercise though, say at the beginning of a unit, and you exit, you will have to do it again next time. But if you do a couple you should be able to exit just fine. Let me know if it works.

 

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