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With a l ittle i m a g i nati o n y o u m a y b e a ble t o t h i n k of a cou nter-j o ke w h i l e d o i n g t h i s , b u t i n fact it i s a l ready suffi cient if y o u rea l ize that you r opponent is p l a y i n g a tri ck on you . Then you can s i m pl y ig n o re it, j u st look at the boa rd a n d p l a y o n . Of co u rse, w hen you a re co nfro nted w ith outright in co rrect behav i o u r you ca n ca l l the a rbiter. 12 Development process Acquiring skills Th e a cq u isition of tec h n i ca l a n d soci a l s ki l l s h a p p e n s i n p h ases : you acq u i re an i n Si g ht, you practice with it ( n ow a n d then p utti ng y o u r foot i n it) , a nd i n the l o n g r u n t h e i ns i g h t w i l l beco m e a n a uto mati s m .

In other word s : fi rst the d i a g nosis, 41 then the thera py. It may be that you r opponent i s a good dea l stro nger. Conseq u e ntly, he poses you g reat p ro b l e m s that you ca n not solve, o r o n l y with diffi c u lty and at the cost of a l ot of t i m e . Yo u r opponent recogn izes a l l kinds of themes, w h e reas you consta ntly h ave t o ca l c u late o r reason . The re medy i s very si m p l e : lea rn t o play better. Bad p reparation can a l s o cause tim e-tro u b l e . I f y o u do n o t keep you r o pen i n g re pertO i re u p -to-d ate, it is l o g i c a l that your variati on calculation w i l l take a ce rta i n a m o u nt of time.

He mentio n s n i n e pOi nts of attention for the deve l o pment of creative th i n k i ng : 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Awa re ness of psycho l o g i c a l b l ocks d ete rri n g creativity Co rrect defi n ition of the p ro b l e m To l era n ce t o u n o rthodox i d e a s I n teg ration o f known el ements W i d e n i n g o f h o rizons, p reventi ng specia l i zation Use of i m a g i nation Criti cism and d o u bt i n g S e l f d i sc i p l i ned tra i n i ng The motivati o n a l aspect of c reativity Rem a rkab l y, i n a conversation with Karel va n Delft d u ri n g a n open youth ch a m p i o n sh i p in Isra e l , Av n i sa i d that h e co n s i d e red chess to be an a ntisoci a l sport .

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