Many club players feel that after a long time of studying chess they don’t see enough progress in their chess. [If you feel the same you need to do this]
This brings a feeling of depression and it sometimes leads to quitting the usual training plan or the idea of making progress in chess.
However, thinking that you are not good enough or that you are not going to make it and deciding to settle for club play only is not the answer.
You should review your training schedule, look for any mistakes you are making or just keep training harder; the results will most certainly show.
In our previous article you can find advice on how to train and what to include in your daily chess routine; today we are going to point out some of the most common mistakes that may show up so you can correct them if that is the case.