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Grandmaster gave me the wrong advice

  • 13 months ago · Quote · #101


    There you go again thinking.

    Besides, trolls don't think

  • 13 months ago · Quote · #102


    Unfortunately, without knowing what the grandmaster’s advice was and at what position the grandmaster gave you the advice, we can’t provide a clear-cut conclusion; too little information has been revealed about the situation. Plus, your claim is somewhat unclear. Did the grandmaster intentionally give you bad advice, or did he give you bad advice accidentally?

    There are several possibilities (more than I list). The grandmaster could have miscalculated something; the grandmaster could have given you bad advice purposefully(I doubt the grandmaster did this); you could have misinterpreted his advice. I suggest that next time someone gives you advice that is higher skilled than you, ask him/her “why?” Force him/her to tell you the reasoning for the suggested move.

    Even though your anger is understandable, in my opinion, filing a complaint to a judge would be quite frivolous of you.

  • 13 months ago · Quote · #103


    The most probable explanation is that none of this happened and the OP is a simple troll. 

    The second most probable explanation is that the OP got some good advice from a GM and then screwed up the game on his own.

  • 13 months ago · Quote · #105


    nobodyreally wrote:
    Here_Is_Plenty wrote:

    Make another account, eh?  Good for you, you seem proficient at that one.  Hide behind anonymity.

    There is nothing anonymous about him. We all know him as:


    King of Trollers.

  • 13 months ago · Quote · #106


    Why was he asking grandmaster flash for chess advice anyway? Hip hop well that's different but what's he know about chess anyway?

  • 13 months ago · Quote · #107


    giving a wrong advice could be a good method for teaching. if the student lose because of that advice - and he realize that - he also learned a lot - and he also made an experience - to trust on his own. because - any advice must be understood before you follow it - and if an advice is wrong, and you think you understood why it is good, than your understanding is wrong and you learn to work harder on any understanding even if it was an advice of a grandmaster.

  • 13 months ago · Quote · #108


    I named my boy Sue because I though it would teach him and now he is wants to Sue. Kids huh!

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