how to git gud pls tell

skeeppyfan

im so bad at chess look at my profile and look how many loose I have pls tell how to git gud

;-;

skeeppyfan

vs applearcher

seeking_the_light

1.Do Tactics.( Take your time to solve puzzles don't rush you should spend at least 5 mins on the position if you're not getting the solution, this method is very exhausting. And also try to visualise the end of the variation. Without making a move.)

2.Play Longer time control games. 15/10 is min, this will make sure you calculate and think logically before making a move.

*Watch some chess content on YouTube. 

These two are basic chess advices but effective.

 

skeeppyfan

oke thx ill try

skeeppyfan

seeking_the_light do you even know applearcher

seeking_the_light
skeeppyfan wrote:

seeking_the_light do you even know applearcher

What's that?

Burgermaniac

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1d31-O

Puzzle rush does help, helps a lot in pattern recognition 

newchessplayerqw

@seeking_the_light  ty sm grin.png

skeeppyfan

thanks for all your advise guys

LeoLevai
seeking_the_light wrote:

1.Do Tactics.( Take your time to solve puzzles don't rush you should spend at least 5 mins on the position if you're not getting the solution, this method is very exhausting. And also try to visualise the end of the variation. Without making a move.)

2.Play Longer time control games. 15/10 is min, this will make sure you calculate and think logically before making a move.

*Watch some chess content on YouTube. 

These two are basic chess advices but effective.

 

thanks for the tips .

So take my time with puzzles, visualize the end position no.1

no.2 long time controls. Rapid 15/10 is what's at least required. 

Points taken and well noted. Cheers again.

 
 
 
 
 
seeking_the_light
LeoLevai wrote:
seeking_the_light wrote:

1.Do Tactics.( Take your time to solve puzzles don't rush you should spend at least 5 mins on the position if you're not getting the solution, this method is very exhausting. And also try to visualise the end of the variation. Without making a move.)

2.Play Longer time control games. 15/10 is min, this will make sure you calculate and think logically before making a move.

*Watch some chess content on YouTube. 

These two are basic chess advices but effective.

 

thanks for the tips .

So take my time with puzzles, visualize the end position no.1

no.2 long time controls. Rapid 15/10 is what's at least required. 

Points taken and well noted. Cheers again.

 
 
 
 
 

That was for him. 

You have to add some layers,

Choose an opening to play with white ( I suggest 1.e4) , and 2 with black ( 1 response for e4 and a response for d4)

Watch videos on middlegame strategy in Youtube. 

laurengoodkindchess

Hi! My name is Lauren Goodkind and I’m a chess coach based and chess book author based in California. I'm glad you want to get good!  

I have tips to help you improve your chess skills so you can win more games.  

I recommend playing with a slow time control, such as game in 30 minutes.  You need time to think.  Beginners tend to make a lot of silly moves with very little time.  This makes sense since there’s a lot of pieces on the board.  
 

I also offer a  free beginner’s free eBook on my website, www.ChessByLauren.com in case you are interested. The book is about asking questions before each move.  
   Before each move, I highly encourage you ask questions before every move such as, “If I move here, is it safe?”, “Can I safely capture a piece?”, and more.  

Also consider all checks and captures on your side and also your opponent’s side. If you are past this stage, then find a forcing winning line.  

 


Learn basic tactics such as the fork, discovered attack, pin, and more.  I offer interactive puzzles on my website: https://www.chessbylauren.com/two-choice-puzzles.php  
I recommend two books for you: “50 Poison Pieces”   and “Queen For A Day: The Girl’s Guide To Chess Mastery.”  Both books are available on Amazon.com.  
If you are serious about chess, I highly recommend you hiring a chess coach to help you.  
I hope that this helps.  

icyboyyy

you git gud by gitting better

icyboyyy

and to git better you need to practice

icyboyyy

and to git practice you need to play a lot, practice tactics, and study openings, middlegame, and endgame

icyboyyy

and to do those things to git practice you just have to do those things 

nTzT

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Just because a child is eating the right things doesn't mean he will be big and strong in 1 month. Enjoy the game, learn something from every match and in time you will improve.

CRY0TIC_X
ZackShade wrote:
skeeppyfan wrote:

im so bad at chess look at my profile and look how many loose I have pls tell how to git gud

;-;

246 Rapid is ......I don't wanna say 'BAD' but I get the feeling you may be missing some serious fundamentals....B/C 246 is not just 'Bad' its a bit unnatural... Try training against that 250 computer bot on here. Also I would encourage to completely re-evaluate how you have been playing thus far... I am only a 705 so I don't have much room to talk though... If you need a friend to help you out I would be happy to.

You’re a 700 lmao

icyboyyy
CRY0TIC_X wrote:
ZackShade wrote:
skeeppyfan wrote:

im so bad at chess look at my profile and look how many loose I have pls tell how to git gud

;-;

246 Rapid is ......I don't wanna say 'BAD' but I get the feeling you may be missing some serious fundamentals....B/C 246 is not just 'Bad' its a bit unnatural... Try training against that 250 computer bot on here. Also I would encourage to completely re-evaluate how you have been playing thus far... I am only a 705 so I don't have much room to talk though... If you need a friend to help you out I would be happy to.

You’re a 700 lmao

and you're a 1000