Tips for fellow chess players.

Feb 3, 2012, 7:32 AM |

Some Chess Tips

I understand that I may not be the best Chess Player in the world, or even one of the top ten chess players. So I would like to thank you for taking your time in visiting my blog. Time for some eternal wisdom.

As you might or you might not know, Concentration, and thus patience, is one of the most important factors of being a chess player and without it, there is little hope to win a game, unless the game is your opponent's first chess game and there is next to no chance that your opponent turns out to be a complete newbie. Do not fear defeat either! If you manage to win a game, wonderful, but if you lost, it will give you something far more better and important.

And that is experience. Without it, you can't possibly hope to compete against the best chess players, and, If I may quote Hitler, 'Everybody can rejoice in winning. Only the mighty can bear defeat.', which couldn't be more true. Try your best at winning a game and if you couldn't win, you will learn from the mistake(s) that made you lose the game and next time you won't repeat them again. See? Defeat itself could be winning sometimes. Chances are that you are not betting on the game, so don't shy away when you see that you have lost the game!

That will be all, I hope you enjoyed my first blog entry. :)

Thanks to those who read this!