Random game challenge to self

I wash my hands of the notion that I have stopped writing. Rather I’m working towards a point where, with a good conscience, I can say that the opposite is true. There is the problem of what to write about. I do not know half as much as I would like to about that which I care most about, and although I value my opinion no less (“rather more”, I hear you who know me think) than the average guy, I wish not to be yet another opinionated dilettante. There are enough of those already; the pornographers of truth. Still, in these times of a global epidemic, I find it hard not to be opinionated and to keep my stuff in private. There is so much information, so many curves, diagrams, predictions and colored schematics, that it is hard not to be sucked in and carried away. I mean, have you heard about the Danes? (In the south of Sweden we ask ourselves this on a regular basis, so nothing new there.) (…and the Danes do the same with us.) What about the Swedish Government doing nothing, the Orange Bozo doing less, some countries going all in and some just crumbling? I heard it’s true. It’s disturbing, and all over Youtube. My keyboard is coughing. Perhaps I have been digitally infected?

In order to avoid setting Poe’s law in motion I will stop there. Instead I will share a game which I chose from a set of 10 randomly picked games:

I went through them all and decided on the second most lazy option:

Tomorrow I will give an internet seminar on the topic of “traffic jam on the weak squares”, for ChessPlus (in Swedish). If you would be interested in attending such a seminar in english or spanish, then please contact me through the menu on the left.