Chess Training : Analyzing My Chess

Chess Training : Analyzing My Chess

MiddlegamerUmesh
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I'm not a very serious, competitive chess player, but I love playing the game. It has been quite a while since I played a big tournament. Recently, I decided that I'd play in the National Amateur Chess Championship (India), not in a very competitive manner, but to enjoy playing chess. I would like to thank my friend, @SL0M , for helping me with his great idea! . Would you like to know what it was? Keep reading to find out .

Let's look at a couple of rapid games I played on chess.com for practice



They were not great games, but were won in a very smooth manner. The thing I like about these games is that I never missed chances - credits to @SL0M ! He had me write down my thoughts during the game, and then talked about the game and my thoughts after the game. However, the mere fact that I was explaining my moves to another person, made me choose completely logical moves and make plans .


Join Slomski's lessons and training club if you are a serious chess player ! This club was created by Matt Slomski (@SL0M), a great coach , and we're looking for more active members. We host a big tournament every 6 months, which has a very strong field with a lot of titled players. You are free to make suggestions to make the training club even more fun! Participating actively in training activities is fun as well helpful .


I'm planning to start being active again, as a chess player ! Please follow me on instagram  and on twitter for more updates! I'd appreciate your support . Stay tuned for my next post!