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Well, I love chess and still play it but I don't enjoy as much as I used to.. have any of you experienced something like that ?
Has it ever been fun?
lol take a break and play again later on
It happens. Take a break from playing, or from all chess-related things if you need to. If it's still fun to watch videos and such, keep doing that. Chess is a game, and not only is its purpose to be fun, but you won't improve if you don't enjoy it.
Most people (myself included) go through phases where they enjoy or don't enjoy chess, just take a break and come back to it when you feel like it.
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