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i don't know why i always suddenly got checkmated or losing the queen i keep losing every game i have since i join the site why?
its make me hate chess because i hate to lose games like that
Just pointing out the obvious here, but have you ever considered the fact that you play badly and you need to improve your game?
I am not saying that since I'm far from being a good player myself, but if you're blind to the truth, you sure as hell won't improve.
Edit: At this point, not sure if troll.
just hate the game even more
how can i ban ivandh he is trying to hurt my feelings
It is faster to improve by studying a chess book than by playing alone. Why don't you give that a try?
if you want to think i m a useless troll then i m a [Moderated - Watch the language!] troll then happy?
yeah you feel happier saying im useless at everything isn;t it
Do you ever play Online Chess?
yes so what
This was one of your recent games. The reason you lose is beacause you are not looking at the position at all. Were asleep when you played this
that was a shameful game
one trick i know is to think of all the consequences of yours and your opponents moves and the possibilities arising from the consequences
take advantage of your opponents mistakes
i lose again
Funny, thought I'd just commented on this thread but it must have been another one - how many do you have on this subject ?
Have you thought of buying/borrowing some good books on chess ?
At this point I wouldn't recommend jumping right to studying books. First of all you should learn to avoid blunders and learn some tactics. It should boost your rating up several hundred points. Then it's time to deepen your knowledge of basic positional principles.
Frankly, I've never read a book on chess and I don't intend to. I like to experience and learn by myself through practice.
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