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I should've won this game, should I think about quitting chess?

mrfreezyiceboy
Laskersnephew wrote:

This is a very easy question to answer. If you can't stand losing, quit chess! At every level, from beginner to world champion, players blunder and turn victory into defeat. The good players shake it off and redouble their determination. If one little blunder is too much for you to bear, find another game

exactly

Itsameea

Only if your name happens to be Simone.

TXBaseballFan
Laskersnephew wrote:

This is a very easy question to answer. If you can't stand losing, quit chess! At every level, from beginner to world champion, players blunder and turn victory into defeat. The good players shake it off and redouble their determination. If one little blunder is too much for you to bear, find another game

that's what I do

Chessflyfisher
Laskersnephew wrote:

This is a very easy question to answer. If you can't stand losing, quit chess! At every level, from beginner to world champion, players blunder and turn victory into defeat. The good players shake it off and redouble their determination. If one little blunder is too much for you to bear, find another game

Well said!

ColinLovesChess

It seems as if you don't care much about chess if you would ask this after 1 bad game.

Jenium
lfPatriotGames wrote:

Yes.

But not because you made a mistake and lost the queen.

I agree!

zes0460

maybe

Xuanlam3011

Careless

Wits-end

If you truly care about what a bunch of anonymous forum posters think, yes you should quit chess and learn more about yourself. 

atharva011

He closed his account...rest in peace and have a good life @hydreivierfunf

SomeGnome

Anatoly Karpov has blundered his queen. So you pretty much played like Anatoly Karpov.

ponz111

YES