¿What is my Style?

Guilax

Do we have a Style when we are begginer-intermediate level players? I play mostly blits games 3 o 5 min games. Bud i also play 1, 2 o 3 days move games. I will post some of that days move games, because i think they will reflex better my style. I hope you guys can help me.

Games that i lost:

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/205491316

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/204298186

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/194605166

Games that i won:

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/205197254

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/197620602

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/204783532

Games that i draw:

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/199942896

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/195906278

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/194605168

Do i have a style? What can you say about my chess? Where are my errors and my strengts?

THANKS

PS: Sorry my english , it is not my native lenguage.

notmtwain
Guilax wrote:

Do we have a Style when we are begginer-intermediate level players? I play mostly blits games 3 o 5 min games. Bud i also play 1, 2 o 3 days move games. I will post some of that days move games, because i think they will reflex better my style. I hope you guys can help me.

Games that i lost:

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/205491316

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/204298186

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/194605166

Games that i won:

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/205197254

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/197620602

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/204783532

Games that i draw:

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/199942896

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/195906278

https://www.chess.com/daily/game/194605168

Do i have a style? What can you say about my chess? Where are my errors and my strengts?

THANKS

PS: Sorry my english , it is not my native lenguage.

Your error is in thinking that anybody is going to spend an hour or more going through 9 games for fun.

There are many coaches on the coaches page who will be happy to go through 9 of your games and give you thoughts about where you do well and where you need to improve. 

For those who want to offer you a sample. here is game 1.

 To me, it looks like you did quite well and were clearly winning until you gave up your queen for no reason I could see.

Guilax

Obviously if I post 9 games it's not because I expect an in-depth analysis of all of them. I just wanted a general comment on my style. The errors are secondary.

Thanks for the coach page, but your rude comment was not necessary.

Regards

notmtwain
Guilax wrote:

Obviously if I post 9 games it's not because I expect an in-depth analysis of all of them. I just wanted a general comment on my style. The errors are secondary.

Thanks for the coach page, but your rude comment was not necessary.

Regards

How do you expect anybody to give you a comment on your style unless they take the time to go through the games? I have never seen anybody post 9 games for review. And you don't even take the time to post the games properly, so that people can just play through them...

/ Please come over and paint my house. I am wondering how it would look.

Guilax

Hey, if you do not want to help, there's no problem. Nobody forces you to anything here. I repeat that I do not expect analysis of the 9 games. I just hoped that someone would look at 2 or 3 and give a general opinion. If it's wrong, I have no problem in putting it another way. But I expect comments in a chess community that are more friendly than yours. See you.

notmtwain
Guilax wrote:

Hey, if you do not want to help, there's no problem. Nobody forces you to anything here. I repeat that I do not expect analysis of the 9 games. I just hoped that someone would look at 2 or 3 and give a general opinion. If it's wrong, I have no problem in putting it another way. But I expect comments in a chess community that are more friendly than yours. See you.

Just trying to give you helpful pointers so that the next time you make a post, you think a little bit more about the people you are asking to do free work for you...

Guilax

Ok. No prob.

IMBacon

This is your "style"

Blundering. 

IMBacon

Game 1: You completed 36 moves in 3 days. Moving to fast.  Lost due to a blunders.

Game 2: You completed 42 moves in 5 days.  Moving to fast.  Lost due to blunders.

Game 3: You completed 39 moves in 3 days.  Moving to fast.  Lost due to blunders.

Analysis:

You move way to fast.

You blunder.

All that valuable info for free!

Now you know what you need to work on.

IMBacon

Game 4: You completed 42 moves in 5 days. Moving to fast.  Won due to a blunders.

Game 5: You completed 39 moves in 30 days. You took your time.  Won due to a blunders.

Game 6: You completed 39 moves in 6 days.  Moving to fast.  Won due to blunders.

See the common theme here?

ghost_of_pushwood
Guilax wrote:

Thanks for the coach page, but your rude comment was not necessary.

 

Why is it that people seem to believe allegations of rudeness are not themselves rude?

IMBacon
ghost_of_pushwood wrote:
Guilax wrote:

Thanks for the coach page, but your rude comment was not necessary.

 

Why is it that people seem to believe allegations of rudeness are not themselves rude?

Why are you alleging allegations of alleged rudeness?

Guilax
IMBacon escribió:

This is your "style"

Blundering. 

Thanks for the effort in seeing my games. Although I think blundering is not my style but my level hahaha.

Guilax
ghost_of_pushwood escribió:
Guilax wrote:

Thanks for the coach page, but your rude comment was not necessary.

 

Why is it that people seem to believe allegations of rudeness are not themselves rude?

Oh no. This could be infinite. Is it rude to be rude to someone rude? hahaha

DavidEricAshby
I looked at two games, a win and a loss. You seemed quite attacking and you like open games, but didn’t always look far enough ahead.
IMBacon
Guilax wrote:
IMBacon escribió:

This is your "style"

Blundering. 

Thanks for the effort in seeing my games. Although I think blundering is not my style but my level hahaha.

This question is asked...A LOT.  Beginner, and low rated layers love to think themselves "aggressive/tactical"  I'm not saying this is you, I'm pointing out the usual with these types of posts.  But to give you an honest answer to your question. 

Why are you trying to figure out your "style" when you're not following opening principles, missing simple tactics, and hanging material.  Those are the basics.  Now lets add on, not understanding pawn structure, piece placement, and how to formulate a middlegame plan.

You can hope...wish...pray...etc. to be the most tactical...aggressive...positional...strategic...quiet...well balanced, etc. type of player.  But if you're not learning to grow past the basics, its not going to matter.

Guilax

Thanks for your honest answer. I suspected that. That's why I started asking if the beginners had style or not. It's true, I think I'll focus on improving those aspects you tell me before looking for a style.

Although of all the defects that you mention, I believe that I always follow principles of openness haha. Even though it may not make much difference to what you say.

IMBacon
Guilax wrote:

Thanks for your honest answer. I suspected that. That's why I started asking if the beginners had style or not. It's true, I think I'll focus on improving those aspects you tell me before looking for a style.

Although of all the defects that you mention, I believe that if I follow principles of openness, I will always haha. Even though it may not make much difference to what you say.

And my thanks to you for being understanding, and realizing i wasn't being insulting.  All any of us can do is try and make our mistakes as small as possible.  Good Luck to you!

DeirdreSkye

Don't bother with finding your style. That's the best way not to improve.

Chess has no style , today's chess more than ever.

There are only 2 styles: Correct chess and wrong chess.

Be ready to play as the position demands. You will encounter tough defensive players , you will need to be patient and organise your attack carefully. In some cases playing positionally might be the best. You will encounter reckless players that throw everything i the attack.Either carefully planned defense and exploitation of the weaknesses or counterattack if the king is weakened will be the remedy.

  I can find you 50 more senarios but the whole point is :

A player of your level doesn't survive and doesn't improve if he has a "style". The next thing you will do is look for an opening that suits your style and soon you will become Don Quixote fighting a hopeless battle against windmills. 

So my "honestly trying to help" advice that you might find rude too:

Stop asking the wrong questions because the answers are more harmless than useful.

Chess is about understanding. Improve your understanding and you will be able to play in any "style" you want.

DamonevicSmithlov

You suck, that's ur style.