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I saw several times in this forum, that people actually can't get new ideas, and they don't comment nicley all the ideas that agianst the book, sometimes even Offensivley.
1. why does they do that?
2. I am asking of you, the people who read this, never be offensive to anyone in this forum.
You are a 1200s player who is trying to change the whole body of theory of the game oposing the idea of masters of the game with "innovetions" that just doesn't deliver a better nothing.
You are complaing that people is suporting the book, that is becouse that book was wrote by people who understand the game in a level you don't.
People is not being hard or rude or mean, they are just giving their opinions on the innovations, and perhaps explaining why they are infirior.
My recomendation is to study what "the book" says, understand it only then you can overcome it.
Also don't take the questions and objections from people as something personal, consider what they say, maybe they have a point.
Another thing, don't disrespect other players, for example this comment from you:
"lol, do you know what is the dragon? Did you ever play it?Bishop in b2 is helpful in the long term, he is not active in the begining."
And you are adresing a player with a score 1000 over yours, who have play and won several profecional tournamets, it is quit an arrogant answer considering that you don't understand the topic.
Also you should consider teaching by example, here you are telling us to neve be ofensive, still you are.
@idoogy: I'm only rated a little bit above you, but if you ever want help with anything in particular, send me a message and I'll see what I can do :)
If you're lucky, someone much higher rated than I will come along and offer the same :P
1.Wow, in my topic, these comments are jst what i am talking about.
2.I'm only a 13 years old boy who like chess, if i make a mistake a lot of people immediately post some comments about how wrong i am and things like that. I am just asking of you people to not do that please.
3. I like better an interesting game that I lose in it than a game that I win but both sides played by the book.
1. I don't see how, I was not disrespecful.
2. There is no way for me to know how old are you, and to be honest i don't think it matters. The think is this is a forum, the dinamic of the place is someone post something and the other people read it and maybe post some comment on the topic, or maybe just troll around, anyway if you don't want people to give opinion in what you say maybe forum is not the best format to present your ideas, have you consider starting a blog? this website give free blogs.
My best advice is to be grateful that some people take the time and the trouble to read and comment the post, they are pointing out your mistakes and that give you the oportunity to learn more. If you think you are perfect the way you are and you don't want to learn more and it bothers you when people point out mistakes, then again forum is not the best media for posting.
3. That is your personal preference. I am not going to tell you this is a bad aproach or nothing.
Bare in mind that the stronger players study books (paper and computer). If your intention with chess is to become a profecional player (or even a strong player), then there is no way around the study. If you want to be just good enougth to play with your friends at school, then you will be fine whit out books.
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