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i cant tell why, when i play in computer i cant use my imagination.
i don't know why, i'm feeling very powerfull when i'm playing with my friend in a real chess.
do you have any advice for this?? :(
teribly need helps
Perhaps you have "3D-vision" its cured by getting used to play on the internet. If not you could always use a board and set up the position.
im the opposite. i find it extremely annoying and it really does affect my ability to see moves. maybe you can visualize the board in 3d? i sometimes change the picture in my head to 2d when playing otb.
ooh, so i need to play much in 2D?
maybe it can take many losses. argh
oh god! you're right! maybe i can use this.
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