I would add you may be playing too strong opposition if you lose all the time. It is essential to improvement to challenge stronger players, but only so much stronger as you still have some outside shot at winning. In the mix you also need to have some games at your own level, where you can expect to win about half the time. Playing out of your competitive range takes a lot of the fun out of the game, and makes improving a task instead of joy of discovery.
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I picked a random name, and found a picture to match. PS, Silman is a good author, and you can certainly grow with his books e. Off topic, but I must congratulate you on correctly typing "lose" instead of "loose". That is a very rare thing around here nowadays.
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Just develop naturally, you don't have to "punish" your opponent as soon as he does something "wrong" , if there's no direct win, just play natural moves and it will come back on him eventually. If you try too hard to punish a bad move you can end up pulling yourself out of position. One of the silliest misconceptions about chess is that it's somehow a mirror of your intellectual prowess or some such. All of which is pure crapola Chess clubs are also good. As you do this,your game will greatly increase.
Master one game line and tactic behind each game line before going to another.. I was joking of course. I don't know whether you got the joke or not because as you duly noted, you won the argument that you might be a perfect idiot in addition to a NM.
Yes, it was hard, and my dumb sub brain is finding it hard to comprehend the massive load of ideas it is being bombarded with. Watch a tree grow. It grows some leaves and along comes a storm and blows some away. It grows more leaves and alongs comes a storm and blows some away. Watch the stock markets or the tides at a beach.
2. Stop Missing Simple Checkmates
There are ups and downs. You'll have ups and downs.
But keep up your effort and you'll get to where you are going. Quitters don't understand this. Dont fret too much bro, follow orange honda's advice, your problems are mainly in the opening, develop with every move, only move pawns that open up bishops or that attack the center, attack the center not his pieces, dont move a piece twice unless it forces him to do the same and try and gain a "tempo" wherever possible Also, dont feel bad or dumb because you keep losing, i have the nothing but respect for any chess player, especially one who is willing to soldier on like you. There's different kinds of intelligence.
Chess specific intelligence is chess specific. Then, there are other things like visual-spatial intelligence that are helpful to both chess and non-chess related things. That's what I gather. Then there's intelligence that isn't related to chess at all how to win at Spades, for example. Forums General Chess Discussion. Oct 6, 1. Oct 6, 2. Oct 7, 3.www.pimhoon.com/modules/27/269.php
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Oct 7, 4. Orangehonda's advice is sound, as usual. The game has a way of making us all feel dumb from time to time. Oct 7, 5. Today I will tell you about the 5 very effective ways to stop losing at chess. The number one reason why most games are lost is because of hanging pieces. These are generally blunder moves, when a player leaves his pieces unprotected or moves it to a square where they can be captured by enemy pieces with little or no compensation.
Why do I lose so much?
Material disadvantage is the most common and easy way to get in trouble, for chess players of any level. It is not possible to stop blundering whatsoever, but it is possible to significantly reduce the blunder rate. I have just two pieces of advice here. Solve tactics and double check your moves. Solving tactics will improve your overall board awareness, while double checking the moves will help you in avoiding leaving your pieces undefended.
Missing checkmates in one and in two is another very common problem that causes lost games. How hard is it to spot a mate in one? Apparently it is not always as simple as it sounds. Even elite GMs become victims of simple checkmates like that. The solution to fight this problem is very similar to the one from the previous point: The only difference is that you should focus on picking tactics related to checkmates, rather than on forks, pins and skewers. Click here to start your training using the day-by-day program. This is another important thing to keep in mind.
The truth is, oftentimes, it is not a good idea, especially when you are down in material, or have to exchange your good pieces for the bad pieces of your opponent.
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This is an easy way to arrive from a complex looking but playable position to a clearly losing one. Playing without a plan is a first step to disaster. And if that happens you will most likely be on the defensing side.