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brobishkin 106 ( +1 | -1 )
Success at chess... To succeed as a world class chessplayer takes natural talent, tremendous will power, an enormous fighting spirit, and the desire to study the game in a serious way... These servants of Caissa think of chess during every waking hour, dream of opening variations during the night, and travel the world from youth to dotage in a neverending attempt to play artistic games that will be scrutinized and, if they pass the test of the critics, adored for hundreds of years... This is the dream of the true Chess Master...

But for those who don't have the talent or the time to put into chess (or for the majority that would prefer the security of a job and a regular paycheck), three factors will make you a much better player than you might have deemed possible...

1)... Learn to recognize the different imbalances and aquire a sence of which imbalance will dominate another in any given situation...

2)... Always strive to prevent the opponent's counterplay...

3)... Never say die... Defend as if your life were hanging in the balance...

Bro...
cosanostra 58 ( +1 | -1 )
Hey... I spend about 4-6 hours a day on chess depends on if it's holiday or not. Sometimes I have woken up in the morning with a book besides me and chess pieces all over my bed. I fantasize on variations every morning when I go to school, I can play blindfold, pretty good also.

I'm hooked and very talented. If I only had kept playing...

If I didn't have my family and girlfriend I would occupy my flat and just play chess all day long. I skip classes sometimes just to be able to have a whole chessday. I'm pretty weird, yes however it is not on my conditions, I just bow to the squares.
acne 17 ( +1 | -1 )
i'd like to spend more time on chess but my school exams are coming so maybe later. thanks for your advice though. that's very nice of you.
sr_ajedrez 19 ( +1 | -1 )
Silmans book is a clasic.

It only needs to compliments i think . one that deals whith calculations (like the inner game of chess) and lots of well thought practice. i think


regardz