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Wednesday, December 10, 2008
I would like to state a new thing here regarding resigning tactics. i see people resign quite early when the Opponent Queen is taken, I dont see the point in that as a good sportsmanship dwells in "fighting and applying tactics till the end".
I did face the same kind of situation once in a tournament and believe me i dint resign at that point of time and fought till the last piece is taken and i am glad to tell you that i was at the recieving end, even then i managed to win the game.. So i would like to state here to fight till the end and never quit when ur strongest pawn is taken... Read more >>>
Friday, November 21, 2008
We should adopt a new scoring systems for the team games, patterned like the Chess Olympiad scoring system wherein a win scores 2 points, a draw scores 1 point, and loss scores 0...Why not this is team we are talking. This is more modern, and was adopted in World Championships between Anand and Kramnik...What do you thinks fellow players... Read more >>>
Thursday, November 20, 2008
While I have been an avid member of this site, I have noticed and notable gulf between the people who play RTC and CC.
To me, RTC just seems so impersonal, you play a game for 15 minutes and then you just leave. I have played RTC four times and have found each game, ultimately, personally unenjoyable.
Whereas, I play 99% of my games on CC. I actually get excited when I go onto "My Ongoing Games" to see if it is my turn in any of my games. I look forward to the chance to stop and think for a few moments about how the game may pan out and what I can do to influence the game pattern. I enjoy the hard thinking as I often find myself unchallenged in school, my mind restricted to the level of lesser mind and intellect. I enjoy the fact that I know when i may lose a game... but the important thing is that I enjoy it: the people I have played against have all had the decency to say "Good luck" or, in one case, "You're really good for your age" before, during or after a game.... Read more >>>
Monday, November 17, 2008
I have been playing chess for four years already. In 2004, I was introduced to international chess by my elder cousin. He was and still in advance level. I would say I am in intermediate 1 level. I wouldn't dare say I am very good but I ain't any pushover either. I was inspired by my cousin and Bobby Fischer to play chess. While lead by hunger for more competition, I train myself to improve. However my lack of concentration is a major factor to many of my losses. Frankly speaking I'm better at real time chess rather than day by day chess because of concentration. But it is also because I know I can improve further on my skills and concentration, I play more and more and against many people. Not only players around my standard but of those who are weaker and stronger. It brought me joy and thrill. Playing chess has some good effects on me such as being slightly more patient(Im not a very patient person), mathematics subjects grades are improved as well. As time goes by, I know more frie ... Read more >>>
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Just wondering if everyone has these flashing ads on there screen while playing. Seems not to long ago they weren't there at all. Now I'm not sure how to get rid of them or even if I can. Does anyone have any comments on this. Please advise if theres a way to eliminate them from the screen.... Read more >>>
Monday, October 27, 2008
What is your favorite chess book and why is it your favorite? Thank you, anybody, for reading this and thank you again for answering this if you choose to.... Read more >>>
Sunday, October 26, 2008
Like A Dreamby Ryan Hull==================================Here I sit, thinking only of youWondering what is to become of usUnderstanding all you have been throughHoping to slowly gain your trustMy heart aches for you, and also I yearnI want to understand youIn hopes that I will learnYour unique and special qualities amaze meYour smileYour mindYour voice and its beautiful soundYour eyesYour hairYour ability to cheer me upWhen you see that I am downMy feelings for you go beyond that of wordsAnd at first it didn't seem realBut that just taught me a lessonIn doubting what I feelIt seems I dreamed you into lifeAnd the reason for my stareThe bluest skyThe deepest seaDon't even compareBecky, you're so very special in every single wayAnd thoughts of youRun through my headEvery hour of the dayI hope that you will understandJust how I feel about youI want to be your guiding handFor all that you go through=================================Erm... Kinda comparing it for my love to chess! Haha... ... Read more >>>
Sunday, October 26, 2008
I see that in chess schools, the best chess players don't like to play against weak players because they're no challenge for them. But they don't understand that they were beginner when they learned how to play chess, and it was with strong peoples they learned chess' basics.
In the other hand, weak peoples don't like to play against these strong chess players, because they're . But to be good chess player, they have to play against them.
Unlikely, I think it happens a lot of time. Before I was good, I remember that I didn't like to play against the strongest players of the school, but a day someone told me to give a try. I was sceptic, but after giving a try, I was finally getting fun to learn every day. Finally, I did beated the best of my school. So now I'm helping weaker peoples to teach'em chess. I think that kids have to play with everybody, because it's the only way to get proud of friends, whether if they're strong or weak.... Read more >>>
Sunday, October 26, 2008
It's a opening that I played many times before, but I wonder what people think about this. It's the Keres attack in the Scheveningen of the Sicilian. So it goes like this : 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 e6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 d6 6.g4. I think that people don't use this because it'll goes to a wierd positon.... Read more >>>
Thursday, October 23, 2008
I play chess because I enjoy the challenge of forcing your opponent into making moves that you want them to make. It is rewarding to play a match in which you are evenly pitted against someone else, and you play waiting for the other person to make either a mental mistake or they "blink." At that point in the game it is up to you to take advantage and press home your victory. Chess is generally not a forgiving mistress when you make mistakes. It helps me to be better disciplined in my thinking, my concentration on tasks, and in forseeing possible consequences to actions taken in the present.
ejroyal... Read more >>>
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