31 ( +1 | -1 ) i started playing chess because i love chess puzzles, so i learnt chess in middle games first, that's very exciting. then i know some openings from chess players here. now i'm learning endings. but it seems to be good to start with endings first.
123 ( +1 | -1 ) readHow to reasses your chess from Jeremy Silman
the best book to start changing. if u play too many blitz cut down in half or less for a while and start analysing one game for a couple of day 1 hour a day at least. if you are already doing that and not getting to much play , play in tournaments more and play some more blitz to develop experience of the game.
simply put whatever you are doing stop doing at least for a while and start doing something else. theres your habit braker.
dont leave GK for nothing :O).
endings are fine. also i propose to you that you study openings but not in the usual way. Look at complete games , you can group them first if you want but not necesarily, and try to determine what each move is really doing, a hint its not conceptual it is te specific thing it does say control e5(d4) then contrlol e4 (knf6) to stop an e4 pawn pushing, control d5 (c4) , e6(control d5) to help stop or weak a posible d5 push by white , knc3(prepare e4 push anyway) , Bb4 stop the e4 push anyway or c5 stop the e4 push anyway and put whites center in the spot. stuff like that. every move has a specific reason they are not just conceptual.