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Proud moments volume 2

I was enormously pleased to have won the very first tournament I entered (King's Indian Defence tourney with 100% score on 22 games. I have since won three more tournments, with pretty good scores, and this gives me the greatest pleasure because I have never won a tournament prior to this.

If you asked me what's my secret, I would say that it only dawns on you when you find yourself among the last 6 players and none of them is 200 points above you. You develop a determination you don't always express or feel; you see and pounce on every mistake your opponent makes - you are in the zone.

Then after its over you go back to losing to minor opponents. Isn't chess beautiful?

Has anyone else got any 'secrets of success' tale to share?

Comments


  • 16 months ago

    GSHAPIROY

    What is this??

  • 4 years ago

    madpawn

    Thanks Ego, always great to hear from you. You are a belly of laughs! Good to hear I am not the only one who suffers from the 'Let's get this game off the time-critical list before I blow it' syndrome. I hope you manage your 'Immortal' and 'Evergreen' games this year.

  • 4 years ago

    Egoigwe

    Ha ha... tell me about loosing to minor opponents. I'm always like "got to get this game of my playing table, need time to worry about the 21-levels." You know, like in, itch, itch. That's until... oops, there goes my rook! Then I wake up to the fact-game's lost! Thanks for checking out my blog buddy, have yourself a fun-filled year.

  • 4 years ago

    madpawn

    Thanks WHodge, nuff respect as they say in my neck of the woods (London). Thanks for the comment - its always nice to know there is someone out there.

  • 4 years ago

    WHodge

    Much respect!

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