Most Chess Bloggers, Knights and others look to develop systems that when used prevent blunders. Most of these are very structured and are somewhat mechanical. I have not been very successful using such a blunderproofing system but then again I have not put any substained effort finding one that I like and making it a part of my game.
I have banked my efforts on the idea that solving repetative problems over time will develop a type of Super Chess Vision where I just see things on the board naturally. My Tactical Spider Sense to start tingling when something was happening. That is the dream, isn't it? Anyway, it is my dream.
I am stubborn. I am holding on to a chess belief system that may not be all that valid. Especially when I look at the experience of those who have done tons of these drills Blunderprone,J'adoube, Tempo,MDLM come to mind. All I know is when I do a ton of problems in a short period for some reason I get better. I am in one of the periods of substained effort now.
Finished another L20 of CT-ART. I also finished all the problem of CT for beginners. So now I have seen all the problems once. I must say there are a handful of endgame problems that are very deep.
On Saturday did a complete l20 circle in am and another complete circle in the pm.
Sunday. Hopefully I will get a circle of L30 completed by tomorrow. I only have 60 to go but it is mentally taxing scoring only 30-40% on them. It is simalar to when I first started doing the L20 how strange some of the mating nets seemed to me at the time.
Sunday Update-Finished L30 at 45% total.