Practical Chances

noah2358
noah2358
Nov 30, 2013, 4:49 PM |
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For beginners, I think moves that are objectively bad but are difficult to react to are good moves to make (if you're only trying to win a game). They may even be worth it if they slightly downgrade your position, but give the opponent a chance to make the wrong move due to intimidating complications. That is my opinion on so called "hoping" moves, what is yours? Here is an example game that I played recently with a very complicated move that was objectively not accurate, but made the game interesting and complicated enough that my opponent mishandled it.