Day introduces the concept of adjusting your play one thing at a time to improve. He takes a look at five pro games and decides from each game one problem that should be fixed.
Part 1 – Finding one moment and looking through it clearly
Part 2 – Insuring that the adjustment isn’t a mistake
Part 3 – Making a small adjustment for the next game; Q&A
Q&a with day
-Would you say the common theme to all of these issues is the lack, or delayed, scouting? It seems like doing such a simple thing could have completely changed the outcome of all these games.
-How do I keep track of all these adjustments?
-I’m in bronze league. Should I pick one build order and work with it every game until I master it to improve my skill level?
-Is it hard to find these adjustments on ladder when you have a different opponent?