After each game with Portisch, we didn't really have a post-mortem analysis. Actually our post-mortem just consisted of some short statements by Portisch, starting with the words: "Of course . . ."And yesterday's interview with Jonathan Rowson featured much of interest too.
The main, most interesting question is, Why is chess so difficult? That's may be the heart of the matter... Because, you know, we lose sight of that. If you've been playing for years, you forget that this is a ludicrously difficult game, and no matter how good you get at it, it remains difficult . . .Personally, I feel reminded of that fact on an almost daily basis. By the way, the video also includes the message of Chess For Zebras in a nutshell. Practice concentration. Something I might rephrase as: simulate over-the-board conditions at home, but perhaps that's a different post.
Anyway. Just thought I'd let you know about these two, if you didn't already. Enjoy!