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Playing grandmasters can be intimidating, especially when you are rated far below the GM. The GM will likely have superior tactical ability, better positional understanding, a broader and deeper opening repetoire, superior endgame skills and in general will be a much better chess player than yourself. However, you must remember that you have one advantage: the GM is expecting an easy win and hence will be off his guard, and you can use this to your advantage. I will show you how to use this advantage to beat grandmasters with the following game:
I have beaten numerous grandmasters using this technique. I hope this helps you when you are faced against any grandmasters in the future.
I have beaten numerous grandmasters using this technique.
Give three examples
GM Kasparov, GM Fischer, and GM Alekhine.
me too i have beaten 3 GMs this way to loak van welly fisher bobby...and the last one was a GM elect holt when holt was 12.....van welly didnt know what hit him Qx f7 mate... gg i did it too paradox....
three people from three different time periods...
You do realize this is a joke?!
I envy you. You live in a fantasy land. Don't wake up, because the truth bites.
Not true, I think you beat grandmasters of losing.
magnificent, stupid GM didn't see it coming. Will this work against top chess programs as well? I assume so, it is very subtle.
That is offensive to the retards! They aren't this stupid. . .
Speak softly, and carry a big stick
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