Friday, March 03, 2006


Little to Report

The fifth Circle is taking more time than I expected, but it's moving along. I am still fighting the memorization/quick-answer tendency.

Hellos go out to new and returning Knights.


Black to Move

Here is another interesting mistake from a blitz game. In a rush I played ...Bxc4?, but afterwards I saw that putting the Black Knight on the edge with ...Na5! gangs up on the pinned White Knight. The b1-Rook cannot help as ...Na5 Rb4 c5 causes problems for White.


TCT Results

Circle 1Circle 2Circle 3Circle 4Circle 5Circle 6Circle 7
Step 197%99%99%100%r
Step 293%96%95%97%96%99%100%
Step 393%97%97%96%96%*98%*100%*
Step 480%86%90%92%
Step 574%77%83%87%

I don't understand the notation in your table. What do the asterisks mean? Does it mean you are actively working circles 5-7 for Step 3?
I am breaking Step 3 into 5 chunks, doing mini-circles on those.
What does the "r" mean in your table (step 1 circle 4)?
>What does the "r" mean in your table (step 1 circle 4)?

Review, or review circle. I found the first problem I got wrong on the prior circle, backed up 30 problems, and started the review circle from there. This ended up being just the test section problems 15.

Essentially I decided to cut it short to focus on more difficult problems.
I never understood the whole circle thing with the knights.
Here's yet anotherCheapest Diablo 3 gold interesting error from a blitz recreation. Very fast My partner and i played ...Bxc4?, although soon after I observed in which positioning thegw2 gold actual African american Dark night within the side using
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