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Saturday, January 19, 2019
State of mind - Chess has become an addiction
Sometimes it thrills othertimes it feels like hell. Chess has become an addiction to me. When I win I fear I might loose the next one but I still play another. When I loose I want to win the next one so again I play another.
I know a break of a couple of days is refreshing and I often try. I try and then I think I might play a game or two. But then, when I play I either win or loose and I end up playing more.
Sometimes I play hard to gain an adavntage only to squander it in the next move. Sometimes I realize that I have been poisoned and am slowlng going to reach my end. I am stabbed on other occassions.
Still I play because it's a new game each time.
1. knightphobia says: Saturday, January 17, 2009
Join the club, mate!! Better than fags or beer. Certainly cheaper.
2. 4me2learn says: Friday, January 30, 2009
I feel for you. I am in the same boat. Exhilarating, isn't it? For me it's a huge boost for my confidence that I am getting better and better at it. My brother has been kicking my butt at chess since we were kids and I'm looking forward to the day I can beat him!! Play on!
3. icktheslick says: Monday, March 02, 2009
I feel the same way. Sometimes I think I'm improving on some level. Other times, I underestimate my opponent and it's humbling. But I play with an obsession. I am an addict. Way beyond just an avid fan. I should probably read a chess book, but that would take away from my playing time. I definately have better things I could be doing. I have responsibilities. I have a family, and a job, and a house. It's kind of selfish....
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