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Losing Mindset vs Winning Mindset

This is a game I lost because I taught I made a blunder but it wasn't actually a blunder. The reason I taught that I made a blunder was because of the fact that I was playing a much higher rated player than me. I was under the impression that he might make better moves than me in fact we both made correct logical moves. 
I will be playing another game by keeping a "Winning Mindset" and I will post it in the comments.

For now here's the game, its a Nimzo-Indian 

 

 

Comments


  • 10 months ago

    cobipal

  • 10 months ago

    cobipal

    So the lesson here is that even if you think you've made a good move or a bad move, especially a bad move do not just play the next move really fast. Ponder over the move for atleast a minute. 
    I will be pondering over all my moves for over a minute from the next long game onwards in chess.com.  

  • 10 months ago

    cobipal

    And I made the last move real fast as soon as he played 18... Ne5

  • 10 months ago

    cobipal

    Btw the move that I taught I made a blunder was 18.Bf3!! 

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