Grandmaster Radosław Wojtaszek in an interview about Carlsen’s playing style:
I noticed that Magnus Carlsen’s playing philosophy is to make moves that are good enough rather than the best. Making the best move again and again absorbs a lot of time and energy. The genius is economical: he plays 30 good moves and two excellent ones. It works. I think that principle applies not only to chess.
The next time I hit the chess board, I’ll keep this in mind. O wait, but which one is the good move?