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Try to think for yourself as much as you can. Switch off Stockfish for a while and concentrate on generating your own ideas and analysis. For more on the art of critically reading chess books, you can read the first chapter of GM Fabrego’s “True Lies in Chess,” available for free on Forward Chess. The book comes preinstalled on Android, and it can be downloaded for free on iOS.