in the intro duction these are said to be rather harder than set one. That is true but I think that if the A set is deeply internalized then these are more or less at the right level. They force a wider sense of the board by using more options which I think is invaluable. My feeling is that if one has really mastered the first set then getting about 75 percent right is probably correct. The errors one simply learns from and gets right the second time, or third or fourth.....
|go123||I solved opening training A course questions easily. but this opening training B lectures showed me how long way i should GO! Besides, it gives someone confidence to think about the situations on the board that pro players thought and gave their best.
totally, great lectures. thanks for all.
|Rodval||I ZIPPED THROUGH THE "A" SERIES 3 WEEKS AGO BUT THIS LECTURE WAS ABOVE ME. TODAY I GOT 90% OF THE ANSWERS AND THEY SEEMED FAIRLY BASIC AND SIMPLE. THE DIFFERENCE IS THAT I HAVE NOW COVERED 8 STEP-BY-STEP LECTURES AND 19 BASIC LECTURES.|
|ikkenbasami||Very useful and surprising because I thought after finishing the A series from opening training, I would better judge the right move. But I don't. Just 60% I was right. So I will re-watch this lesson to have a better understanding. Repeating and exercising helps me much :-) Would appreciate a problem set for B1 as well
|cook777||Hmm, I found the A set harder then this lecture. Don't know what that says. I think it's because in set A it was "Do you want to play this point, or one spot over to the left?" This one, in most of the problems felt like I was being asked "What move would leave you in tears if you don't play."|
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