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Chess Advices


  • 3 years ago · Quote · #1

    egycottonbrocker

    I would like to share some Chess Advices here , welcome with any one who would like to share his ideas and chess advices .

    1-At opening start advancing knights before bishops 
    while bishops can control on several squares of their original, if not there pawns hinder their way.

    So start moving the knights first to control several squares of the competitor. 

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #2

    TheGreatOogieBoogie

    Also, one must be at peace with himself and one with himself and the universe.  Meditation and martial arts should greatly improve one's Chess ability. 

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #3

    ajmeroski

    ScorpionPackAttack wrote:

    Also, one must be at peace with himself and one with himself and the universe.  Meditation and martial arts should greatly improve one's Chess ability. 

    I smell Josh Waitzkin.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #4

    Doggy_Style

    ScorpionPackAttack wrote:

    Also, one must be at peace with himself and one with himself and the universe.  Meditation and martial arts should greatly improve one's Chess ability. 

    Beer does it for me but hey, each to his own.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #5

    egycottonbrocker

    pellik wrote:

    Never go against a Sicilian when death is on the line.

    so where and how should i go when death on the line ?

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #6

    egycottonbrocker

    ajmeroski wrote:
    ScorpionPackAttack wrote:

    Also, one must be at peace with himself and one with himself and the universe.  Meditation and martial arts should greatly improve one's Chess ability. 

    I smell Josh Waitzkin.


    yes , also some sports like swimming or walking may do same effect .

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #7

    egycottonbrocker

    ajmeroski wrote:
    ScorpionPackAttack wrote:

    Also, one must be at peace with himself and one with himself and the universe.  Meditation and martial arts should greatly improve one's Chess ability. 

    I smell Josh Waitzkin.

     

    martial arts are very important for dealing  life

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #8

    egycottonbrocker

    2- king castling is the next step in opening , should be put it in mind , there are two types kingside castling  & kueenside castling .

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #9

    Doggy_Style

    egycottonbrocker wrote:

     there are two types kingside castling  & kueenside castling .

    I always forget about the kueenside!

     

    Lucky for me, that you are here, to give such good advices.

     

    p.s. Do you coach?

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #10

    GhostNight

    Doggy=lolo,   What kind of dogs do you have??

    1. Do not drink anything alcoholly before a tounamment game!!! It makes you see master level moves only to see your Queen taken after you make the move that looked so good!!

    2.Do not wear tight clothes coat/tie, tight pants etc, its get uncomfortable in a long game loose is best!

    3. Sit with the sun to your back and in your opponents face!

    4.Reread numbers 1., 2., and 3!!

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #11

    LelaCrosby

    1. Keep your eye on the goal:  CHECKMATE
    2. Think of what the opponent would do to combat your move
    3. Don't sufficate your king
    4. Trade off queens only if you're ahead pointwise (view details)
    5. Don't run your king out of bounds (your side of the board)
    6. Connect rooks and knights
    7. Analyze if you have time
    8. Trade off knights for bishops only if the board is fairly clear (and vise versa)
    9. If the board is fairly empty, think about advancing a pawn.
    10. Play the game not the rating

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #12

    kapabl

    It is unfair to remove any of your opponent's pieces from the board when your opponent leaves the table.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #13

    egycottonbrocker

    Doggy_Style wrote:
    egycottonbrocker wrote:

     there are two types kingside castling  & kueenside castling .

    I always forget about the kueenside!

     

    Lucky for me, that you are here, to give such good advices.

     

    p.s. Do you coach?

    hello , thanks for your post , i'm engineer , IT trainer  & arbiter

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #14

    egycottonbrocker

    GhostNight wrote:

    Doggy=lolo,   What kind of dogs do you have??

    1. Do not drink anything alcoholly before a tounamment game!!! It makes you see master level moves only to see your Queen taken after you make the move that looked so good!!

    2.Do not wear tight clothes coat/tie, tight pants etc, its get uncomfortable in a long game loose is best!

    3. Sit with the sun to your back and in your opponents face!

    4.Reread numbers 1., 2., and 3!!

    hi , i had many dogs 555 y ago, but now i do not have any dogs , isnstead i have 2 knights since 3 y

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #15

    egycottonbrocker

    egycottonbrocker wrote:
    GhostNight wrote:

    Doggy=lolo,   What kind of dogs do you have??

    1. Do not drink anything alcoholly before a tounamment game!!! It makes you see master level moves only to see your Queen taken after you make the move that looked so good!!

    2.Do not wear tight clothes coat/tie, tight pants etc, its get uncomfortable in a long game loose is best!

    3. Sit with the sun to your back and in your opponents face!

    4.Reread numbers 1., 2., and 3!!

    hi , i had many dogs 555 y ago, but now i do not have any dogs , isnstead i have 2 knights since 3 y

    actualy i do not drink , but i like smoking  , i like ties .

    why you need from me to reread 1 , 2 , 3 should i run 100 m tournement ,by the way it is very usefule readingnumbers specialy before sleeping

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #16

    egycottonbrocker

    kapabl wrote:

    It is unfair to remove any of your opponent's pieces from the board when your opponent leaves the table.

    thanks , yes "It is unfair to remove any of your opponent's pieces from the board when your opponent leaves the table" who do like that is npt playing chess .

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #17

    egycottonbrocker

    LelaCrosby wrote:

    1. Keep your eye on the goal:  CHECKMATE
    2. Think of what the opponent would do to combat your move
    3. Don't sufficate your king
    4. Trade off queens only if you're ahead pointwise (view details)
    5. Don't run your king out of bounds (your side of the board)
    6. Connect rooks and knights
    7. Analyze if you have time
    8. Trade off knights for bishops only if the board is fairly clear (and vise versa)
    9. If the board is fairly empty, think about advancing a pawn.
    10. Play the game not the rating

    many thanks , 

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #18

    GhostNight

    Just kidding around, you sound like a very serious, and smart person, much smarter them me, I was a soldier for a career. my motto is "live for the day, cause tomorrow you may not be".

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #19

    Doggy_Style

    Hey GhostNight,

     

    is that a big, male Convict Cichlid, you have as an avatar?

     

    p.s. Taking another look, it's way too big. Nice fish, is it yours?

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #20

    kapabl

    This is from the great player Tarrasch:

    When you see a good move, sit on your hands and see if you can find a better one.



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