KPiRC is about kinetic atomics in chess. Kinetics focuses on the routine tactics that challenge you on every turn, and at every ply of calculation. The concepts include cataloging, patterns, and the power of playing reactively. Michael de la Maza recommends that training be focused on advanced tactics. But opportunities for shot combinations are rare at all Elo levels. Charles Hertan argues that his unbiased eyes principle, along with his forcing move algorithm, is the most efficient technique at routinely finding the best move. But the evidence Hertan cites is biased. Books often discuss tactics from a static position, thus silently bypassing the kinetics that created the position, and omitting the clues inherent in the kinetics. The student is thereby denied advice on how to extract those clues. A structured understanding of kinetics helps your intuition understand, absorb, and retain tactical experiences.