100Hour Challenge — Chess

Magnus considering his next move. Photo credit: GTI

Inspired by fellow Norwegian, Magnus Carlsen, the current world champion and world number one since January 2010, I decided to improve my chess skills.

Background

When I was younger, I played a bit of chess. Not a lot, but enough to know the rules, and how the pieces move. I had no tactical or strategic knowledge and had not done any form of serious study or reading about chess. Playing…

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Learning skills — 100Hours at a time — the100hourchallenge.com

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