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The Magic IV.

If you lose a game, you shouldn't be in a bad mood, instead try to play chess with a bigger enthusiasm. Although it's easier to say than done, because

I start a tournament badly, usually I finish it in a same way. But of course I had some tournament when I recovered and finished it in a good mood. And this is what you should try! Even if you start a tournament badly, try to play your best chess and if you do, your self-confidence will be back!

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  • 16 months ago

    -KotiK-

    You are like little gremlins conspiring against me. FU all rest in pieces! its not fair 5 vs 1!

  • 16 months ago

    -KotiK-

    @Playing4love what does it has to do with playing better then anyone? Thats not what i'm talking about...

  • 16 months ago

    -KotiK-

    @Dented Syke My is better then his, much!

    @Devilmelbourne why not? I am not entitled to the opinion?

  • 17 months ago

    DentedSyke

    Kotik,

    Your grammar is quite poor. For exampls:

    "Usually a badly started tournaments end for me badly as well, but that doesnt stop me from trying until end. Sometimes it pays off to try your best even in the grimmest of the situations. My advice is to never give up and play best you can until the end!"

    I find 4 errors in this paragraph!

    Leave the kid alone. His English is pretty decent, given that it isn't his first language.

  • 20 months ago

    -KotiK-

    umupfumu its not about spelling i'm worrying, but what is this post exacly saying? I understand that sometimes he plays tournament badly and sometimes good and sometimes he comes back, sometimes dont. But it would be better if instead of

     

    "I start a tournament badly, usually I finish it in a same way. But of course I had some tournament when I recovered and finished it in a good mood. And this is what you should try! Even if you start a tournament badly, try to play your best chess and if you do, your self-confidence will be back!"


    he would write something like:

    "Usually a badly started tournaments end for me badly as well, but that doesnt stop me from trying until end. Sometimes it pays off to try your best even in the grimmest of the situations. My advice is to never give up and play best you can until the end!"


    If he cannot write properly why is he better then anyone else? This is just one little idea, 3-4 sentences that popped into his head just today, which doesnt even have any agruments. Its not even a essay or any kind of scientific work what we usually see in the main page of the chess.com.


    Now this is good scientific work:

    http://www.chess.com/article/view/the-ultimate-tactical-concept-double-attack


    You can also check out this:

    http://www.chess.com/articles


    Or this(Written by national master only, but much better then this article):

    http://www.chess.com/article/view/qampa-with-coach-heisman-mar-1-2013


    And okey i dont know how to correctly spell "Genius" maybe, but thats why i'm not writing articles...

  • 20 months ago

    davidmelbourne

    Good point! Very wise! Thank you for sharing it:)) 


    @Kokik: you are an idiot. Should not speak that way to your betters (or anyone): 

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  • 20 months ago

    umupfumu

    @Kotik -- Please learn how to spell simple words such as genius before criticizing someone else's English.

  • 20 months ago

    PhilipN

    Kotik, the guy's Hungarian.  He speaks a second language more confidently than most people I know.

  • 20 months ago

    -KotiK-

    learn english. Your sentences are poorly written. It sounds like everyday chatter instead of some genious idea.

  • 20 months ago

    verygoodman918

    What is this? 

  • 20 months ago

    Ironknight777

    Like

  • 20 months ago

    Turnip50

    Psychology is so much of the battle, especially in tournament play.

  • 20 months ago

    Newba

    Very promising!

  • 20 months ago

    EvanTheTerrible

    I can relate to this. I once started a tournament off with a loss, to a much lower rated opponent, but then finished fourth in the tournament by winning my remaining 6 games. 6 - 1- 0 is much better than what could have happened.

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