On a personal point, I'd read the first PDF and meant to (but completely forgot about) read the other two. Really big flub there. This is actually the information I was looking for a few weeks back, which sent me through a bunch of ICT's videos. It's all just wrapped up real nice right here.
Stands for "Central Bank Dealer's Range". CDR is how ICT shortens it.
He has 1 video up on Youtube, I'm pretty sure, that talks about it, but he'll be going into more depth about it soon. It's 1800 GMT to 2359 GMT daily. It's a consolidated reference range for the major European to USD pairs.
The Pre-flight Check list from the old torrent. Appears to be the same.
Note: For anyone new to ICT's work, it'll take a WHILE to understand everything on the page. It's important to learn, but this really is a massive compression of all of ICT's work & thinking. Right on 1 single page.
I.e. submit to the time to learn. It'll stop being "Greek" soon enough.
Nothing was said, as such, it was a silent session using a chat window. I arrived late but what I saw was very basic chart analysis... done well
Levels were identified and likely stops and liquidity pools were marked. Unless you are there to garner the process or technique there is little value in catching up with numbers. It is about method really, that's where any value is to be found. Try to catch the sessions when you can but don't worry too much about what you missed. There is ample material already available from ICT. The live sessions are valuable but not critical.
Others may be more helpful with a more detailed report.