I apologize in advance for possible writing errors, I do not speak English, so I have used the translator,
My name is Andrés I am from Santiago de Chile. I trust that you can help me with my project. I am a chess fan and I seek to improve in the study of it, using Mnemonics.
I came to this forum when I read an interview with Simon Reinhard, who is also a strong chess player, he commented that in just 20 minutes he learned 100 moves by heart of a very complex opening, but I do not explain how he did it, from that moment on I am trying to decipher the riddle:
I come to you for advice, what is the most efficient way to remember numbers in blocks of 8 numbers?
I am using chess number notation, ChessNotation.com ---ICCF Numeric Chess Notation --- How to record a game's position
Where each square is an image of the Major system. A movement of pieces is equivalent to memorizing 8 numbers, for example move white to e4 (52 -54) and black responds with c5 (37 -35), plus the image of the order of each movement, to which I assign a Memory Palace :
I’m not happy with the way I currently memorize, I’m looking to be able to memorize 10 numbers (2 - 4 - 4) with a single image. Because going back to the Reinhart interview, learning a 100-move opening variant means memorizing over 1000 numbers and this is where it’s getting really hard for me.
I ask you, I hope you can guide me on how to improve in memorizing very long numbers.