Complexity and the Ten-Thousand-Hour Rule – The New Yorker


There are no instant experts in chess—certainly no instant masters or grandmasters. There appears not to be on record any case (including Bobby Fischer) where a person reached grandmaster level with less than about a decade’s intense preoccupation with the game. via Pocket
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