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No he said his rating is 1500. ???
Just got edited like 10 seconds ago. Now it says estimated.
Kid you better stop lying or someone will report you soon.
I have said I am sorry, I thought the arbiter said my rating was 1500 ok ?
and now, I estimate my self as a rating of 1675, not that I am 1675, just estimated.
I'd say the simplest thing to do is just to go get yourself a FIDE rating. Play some serious tournaments and see how you do, and then you can post it on your profile.
What you are doing is not coaching but more like teaching who is giving out resources from different peoples.
Well I cant do that today and when I wake up its over, it takes time to get the real rating strenght. ( @ french tutor )
Well you cant find these amazing recourses by yourself, I have a great strenght by fiting the exercise, your play, and how to improve with these things...
I'll have to beat you to it:
great free tactics site at http://chesstempo.com/,
6 man tablebase (get the absolute truth about any of your endgames that only involve 6 or fewer pieces) at http://www.shredderchess.com/online-chess/online-databases/endgame-database.html,
Small but fun endgame trainer:
the point is that it's not teaching to give people links to training sites. I think it's really unethical to charge people to give them free information.
This real right if so could you couach me. i know the chess moves but do not know chess startegies its like a differnt language to me
"This real right if so could you couach me." ...........What does that meannnn??????
The kid was offering some websites to look at, but he never in his wildest dreams wanted to 'couach' anyone. That sounds inappropriate. :(
Ok i know how to move the Bishop but not sure about the Horsey. When i move it forward everybody says i move it wrong. When i move sideways they still say wrong. I think they are pulling my leg. lol
Free for Beginners...... Ok lets begin with a game here. What does this free lesson cover? As all i have to say is that i am a begier. Which well .... we all when we begin a game. Lesson #1?
Something tells me that the Royal Bishop is gonna get disappointed. :(
Great chessgym link, thanks!
Wait a minute here i am not here to reach 1,000 comments.....
Need those free lessons..... stay focused people.
But... 1000 comments...
Bobby's just trying to drum up post counts!
A drunk Daniel Rensch has been reading along this thread for days and after hitting 900 posts, he's saying NOOOOO MORE!!
lol danny has been reading this?
Haha. Yes. His humor has no bounds!
Don't waste that comment with "1", use it for the betterment of the human race; this is your time to shine!
by TheBlunderfulPlayer 4 minutes ago
10/7/2015 - Shulman - Krush, US Championship 2007
by RAGNOSPAR 4 minutes ago
What would be the best brake on playing under the influence of alcohol?
by PHudson 8 minutes ago
Why do chess players hide behind avatars and false profiles?
by Nobody2015 17 minutes ago
The Hnerf Attack
by TheBlunderfulPlayer 26 minutes ago
Am I doing this all wrong?
by ThrillerFan 31 minutes ago
My opponent account is not exists
by wanmokewan 37 minutes ago
What a bizarre game
by ThrillerFan 39 minutes ago
Examples of Soviet cheating in FIDE competition: Petrosian-Korchnoi match, 1971
by caruanovich 40 minutes ago
Did black play this opening ok?
by ThrillerFan 41 minutes ago
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