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Cheers Gumpty, I'll give it a try :-)
Even though I am a novie player, I have experienced what he's talking about. It took learning new openings and really really working on my openings (and everything else: reading new books, training aids, etc) to start working towards the next level. It can be done (Even though I'm still a lousy player. However, I love the game and keep plugging away at learning it).
Of course you do. Otherwise you become world champion.
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