Still cannot win a game

benhunt72

really great video! I enjoyed watching every minute of it. you've gotten yourself a new subscriber! now that I rewatched my game, I cant believe i fell for all those blunders

 

Great, glad you liked it. Make sure you watch my new intro video as well, where I talk about the 3 basic rules for breaking through 1000.

I'd be happy to do another analysis for you, just let me know happy.png

Maestrooo0

benhunt72 wrote:


really great video! I enjoyed watching every minute of it. you've gotten yourself a new subscriber! now that I rewatched my game, I cant believe i fell for all those blunders

 

Great, glad you liked it. Make sure you watch my new intro video as well, where I talk about the 3 basic rules for breaking through 1000.

I'd be happy to do another analysis for you, just let me know happy.png

glad you're offering! I've had a very frustrating last game against regal64cvn. I felt like I developed well but just couldn't seem to get past the opponent's underdeveloped looking setup. I'd be glad to hear your recommendations

benhunt72

OK, game analysed and uploading to YouTube now. It'll be here as soon as it has processed: https://youtu.be/ZK6qTQCNdFw

Maestrooo0

benhunt72 wrote:

OK, game analysed and uploading to YouTube now. It'll be here as soon as it has processed: https://youtu.be/ZK6qTQCNdFw

another great video, thank you! I completely missed that sequence to trap the queen. I think this was more a tactical weakness on my part compared to the other game's blunder situation

nikie3
benhunt72 hat geschrieben:

I've published one game review on my channel, from one of your early losses. It's pretty basic, turned on one blunder where you threw away your queen, losing an early advantage.

 

Dope video! thumbup.png

JosephReidNZ

Try doing tactics 

gf3

sometimes when you're winning u lose; sumx u lose n win.

DENVERHIGH
You have won some games! . . .
 
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Maestrooo0

Thanks for the tips! I seem to play better on the dailies than live..it is hard to adjust for the speed 

DesertSlayer

Slight mistakes could cost one a game as i have come to know. You just have to understand that every pieces is important; a Pawn is important as a queen is to you in your chess ranks. Every piece has to watch out for its comrade. Get your eyes in every part of the board.

efekanchess

It is okay to can't win a game still. If you are tired of can't winning a game you can join my club called Chess.com Lovers.

efekanchess

(BUT YOU CAN NOT WIN A GAME FOREVER IS FUNNY) ha ha ha ha ha ha 

 

efekanchess

Think of it. If you can not win a game forever. You can not think, because it is impossible. Isn't it?

efekanchess
DENVERHIGH wrote:
You have won some games! . . .
 
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efekanchess

You have to win some games.

DENVERHIGH is saying true.

 

shootuuuNdu

stop playing one min games

kindaspongey

"... Sure, fast games are fine for practicing openings (not the most important part of the game for most players) and possibly developing decent board vision and tactical 'shots', but the kind of thinking it takes to plan, evaluate, play long endgames, and find deep combinations is just not possible in quick chess. … for serious improvement ... consistently play many slow games to practice good thinking habits. ... I know that a large percentage of my readers almost exclusively play on the internet - after all, you are reading this on the internet, right!? But there is a strong case for at least augmenting internet play with some OTB play, whether in a club or, better yet, a tournament. ... I would guess that players who have never played OTB usually gain 50-100 points of playing strength just from competing in their first long weekend tournament, assuming they play five or more rounds of very slow chess. ... Don't have two day? Try a one-day quad (a round-robin among four similarly rated players). ..." - NM Dan Heisman (2002)

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