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Is it worth your time to analyze a live bullet game?
Bullet games? If by analyze you mean look at it for more than 60 seconds then no.
Nakamura has a book analysing bullet games, but it seems to be more to do with bullet strategy than analysing missed tactics or chess mistakes.
Speed chess is abstract chess, and not thought provoking
very true. I think some people just play speed chess becuase they don't want to think as much and they're just relying on their opponents mistakes. But that's just some people.
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