je te trouve un peu dur en disant que les infos sont de moins en moins bonnes, peut-être que tout simplement, ton niveau devenant meilleur, les infos dont tu as besoin sont moins nombreuses, d'où cette impression de ne plus apprendre grand chose venant du site. je pense qu'il faut faire le tri, et même si parfois les infos ne sont pas "utiles" dans le sens "n'apportent pas autant que souhaité pour progresser", personnellement, je prends par exemple plaisir à découvrir certains clips de youtube.com que je n'aurais pas le temps ni l'envie d'aller chercher de moi-même, et pourtant ce n'est pas de l'info théorique comme on pourrait attendre du site. après, c'est vrai qu'il suffit que certains "ténors" s'impliquent un petit moins (comme 7 en ce momment) ... peut-être par manque de temps, ou disparaissent complètement (comme dalty52 dont j'aimais bien les analyses), et tout de suite le site devient un peu "fade"; ça  n'empêche pas de progresser et jouer en parallèle, il faut prendre les infos du site comme ça vient, et comme un concert : par périodes c'est bon, par période c'est moins bon ... qu'en penses-tu ?
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