The Quest for Dynamism

Yesterday I played a game at the Southwest Club that I’m proud of.  As you will see, it’s far from perfect, but I’m happy with the fact that I didn’t “play it safe” when it comes to material like I usually do.

I plan on making this the start of a new trend in 2018.  It’s time to get back to my attacking roots and to be much more aggressive as long as I’m not being reckless.

Til Next Time,

Chris Wainscott

One thought on “The Quest for Dynamism”

  1. “I have decided to do a 100 Days of Tactics challenge.
    Each day I will spend one hour on http://www.chesstempo.com and I will track my results and post them. The idea is to see if extended focus truly helps increase proficiency.”

    “My user name there is chriswainscott, so anyone is free to look at my progress vs what I post to keep me honest.
    I’d like to encourage others to join me in this challenge!”

    First of all, it is easily proven that this doesn’t work, but that is beside the point of my commenting here.

    You encouraged others to join you in taking up the challenge, and I just played my 20th consecutive day.

    On the other hand, you challenged us to keep track of you to keep you honest.

    Well, I have done what you requested, and you didn’t do any problems the 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, or 20th.

    Which I would agree made you smarter than me those last 5 days, because I was dumb enough to spend time doing stuff that has been absolutely proven to not work, so the joke is on me!! congratulations, you got me!!

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