- You must get someone to write a program for you that does nothing but look for novelties in the current openings according to a time period and current popular opening trends within that time period.
- The program must present you with the lead-up to the the novelty plus all of the primary lines that result from the novelty.
- You treat the programs output like a puzzle. Every morning spend at least three hours playing through all the novelty puzzles that the computer has found until all the major ideas are committed to memory. How many novelty puzzles are there likely to be in the major primary lines of the day? Ten novelties in a window of the first 15 moves in the day to day trends of the fashionable openings around the world?
- For at least another couple of years you would have fun novelty puzzles to do every morning that would generally refresh your memory for the opening book as well.
But then again, how about?...
You could form a coalition of players and form a break away group of Chess960 professionals as happened with tennis in the late 1960's and early 70's. By doing so you put your career at a risk if you are not going to get invited to Chess tournaments any more because you are "radicals". The group of "960" could be:
- Navara, David
Costs nothing to dream I guess.