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Or do they simply do fast, random moves?
Like in this game here:
This is not necessarily to point out my mistakes or the opponents, but to point out the fact that bullet probably hurts players game. Unless, that is, if you're a bullet player and don't play long games.
I also made some mistakes - so did my opponent.
What do you guys think? Do players pay attention?
Players if nothing else get impacient by playing bullet chess. They tend to play impulsive attacking moves even at slower time controlls so definately bullet is more harmful than good.
I dont play bullet at all. It harms you in the long run
I agree with you, it is harmful, which is why I only play 1 or 2 games a week for fun now.
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