I feel like quitting chess...

Dark_Ketchup

you can study.. learn 4-5 openings.. study until the endgame, so you have a general idea where the game is going.. a good tip is also follow where the enemy pieces are going.. play the 10mins game not the 3 mins, so you can develop confidence and have fun and not feel pressured.. enjoy the game, its a war.. it feels like conquering another kingdom or nation..

 

Batman2508
FrankLapidusLegend wrote:
Before you quit you gotta see this. The Queen’s gambit only ran for 7 episodes. Check the hidden episode 8, the Lost episode of hope. Beth Harmon runs into Elsa one day...

https://youtu.be/wgK-OXhVipY

sorry, I watched for like 10 minutes and I heard so many swear words, also what if your Ricky rolling me?

Batman2508

thanks Dark Ketchup

EscherehcsE
Batman2508 wrote:
FrankLapidusLegend wrote:
Before you quit you gotta see this. The Queen’s gambit only ran for 7 episodes. Check the hidden episode 8, the Lost episode of hope. Beth Harmon runs into Elsa one day...

https://youtu.be/wgK-OXhVipY

sorry, I watched for like 10 minutes and I heard so many swear words, also what if your Ricky rolling me?

I don't know what it's about (I don't follow this Beth Harmon stuff), but it's not a Rick Roll...

marqumax

Here's a book on it:

https://www.amazon.com/Woodpecker-Method-Axel-Smith-Tikkanen/dp/1784830550

FrankLapidusLegend
The joke in that video is Beth Harmon is a really good player and doesn’t make mistakes. Queen Elsa started with the worst opening and still won. Haha. Bongcloud it!
kk_israell
Yeah I totally get that, I was there too. Working really hard and seeing no improvement, but one day I just kind of woke and and everything I’d learned had sunk in and my level rose by like 100 points in a day
TracyKitty1

Idk what u talking about