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Christmas grugde matches

  • by Head_Hunter
  • | Dec 25, 2009
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  • | 6 comments

Christmas 2009 - I had the pleasure of having my friend Brian over for a day in the MAN CAVE.


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  • 5 years ago

    Head_Hunter

    My fellow Jerseyite ask, "IS A GAMBITEER A POSITONAL PLAYER?"

     

    I believe that all chess players are positional players to some degree. A gambit is played to achieve a position, and an opening that does not offer material is played to achieve a position. I think that the individual chess player should play to his or her own comfort level and ability, but every then and now go outside of your comfort zone. I am not only comfortable playing gambits, but they kinda offer me a sort of psychological boost. I try to balance this by playing with the black pieces hoping for white to play either Ruy Lopez or Queen's Gambit (but not the normal move order).

     

    I just enjoy playing chess!

  • 5 years ago

    scaep87

    IS A GAMBITEER A POSITONAL PLAYER?

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