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Other than talent!!! What are the things needed to be a top bullet player on chessbase. Include hardware, openings, anything you can think of.
Obviously I lose many a game on time. I'm sure everybody does. I seem to lose more often (or so it seems) because of the time factor. Recommendations?
I got one move the pieces faster. Thx.
Time is obviously important. Go into the opening prepared also remember that material isn't such a big factor. Make moves to throw the opponent off gaurd and make them think. Also if you see check mate, go for it, chances are they most likely won't think to fight it off.
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