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  • #1
    Check out this #chess game: Kingdom1zt vs Mikrobi30 - https://www.chess.com/live/game/2472821041 Awesome destruction
  • #2
    Kingdom1zt wrote:
    Check out this #chess game: Kingdom1zt vs Mikrobi30 - https://www.chess.com/live/game/2472821041 Awesome destruction
    That's awesome.
     



  • #3

    notmtwain wrote:

    Kingdom1zt wrote:
    Check out this #chess game: Kingdom1zt vs Mikrobi30 - https://www.chess.com/live/game/2472821041 Awesome destruction
    That's awesome.
     



    hey thanks for posting this for me! Unfortunately the mobile app doesn't allow me to yet. Can't wait till they update it! You did me a wonderful service :)
  • #4

    notmtwain wrote:

    Kingdom1zt wrote:
    Check out this #chess game: Kingdom1zt vs Mikrobi30 - https://www.chess.com/live/game/2472821041 Awesome destruction
    That's awesome.
     



    howcome it postted a game i threw away instead of the one against Mikrobi30?
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  • #6

    I can post games using a mobile browser on a phone. 

     

    It takes a little practice but I'll bet you can too.

  • #7
    Kingdom1zt wrote:
    notmtwain wrote:
    Kingdom1zt wrote:
    Check out this #chess game: Kingdom1zt vs Mikrobi30 - https://www.chess.com/live/game/2472821041 Awesome destruction
    That's awesome.
     



    howcome it postted a game i threw away instead of the one against Mikrobi30?


    Looks like the wrong game was grabbed by notmtwain:

     

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  • #9
    CheesyPuns wrote:

     

    This is basically the OP.

     

    You have one player who's a complete moron, making the most ridiculous moves possible, giving away pieces and opening himself up to checkmate, then you have another player that simply exploits him in the most basic way possible. Not much to celebrate over.

  • #10

    Ah! They should have given you the candidates wild card instead of Kramnik!

  • #11

    Some need to learn how to use a chess engine.  

  • #12

    FishEyedFools wrote:

    Some need to learn how to use a chess engine.  

    what do you mean? im new. just learning..
  • #13
    Kingdom1zt wrote:
    FishEyedFools wrote:

    Some need to learn how to use a chess engine.  

    what do you mean? im new. just learning..

    If youre truly interested in learning, and improving, you would have posted a loss.  Also...when you use things like "Awesome destruction" All it does is smack of conceit.  

  • #14

    As a chess teacher, I'll put it in a more gentle and productive way: Good job for not making major mistakes or blunders. Most games at your level are won by making fewer mistakes than your opponent and taking advantage of their mistakes. But if you want to improve, you should aspire to higher goals than avoiding blunders. You need to play stronger opponents (ones who can and will beat you), identify your weaknesses, and learn from your losses to fix those weaknesses and grow in skill and creativity.

  • #15
    hi
  • #16

    FishEyedFools wrote:

    Kingdom1zt wrote:
    FishEyedFools wrote:

    Some need to learn how to use a chess engine.  

    what do you mean? im new. just learning..

    If youre truly interested in learning, and improving, you would have posted a loss.  Also...when you use things like "Awesome destruction" All it does is smack of conceit.  

    You're absolutely right.
  • #17

    notmtwain wrote:

    I can post games using a mobile browser on a phone. 

     

    It takes a little practice but I'll bet you can too.

    so not from the app but from something like chrome?
  • #18
    Kingdom1zt wrote:
    notmtwain wrote:

    I can post games using a mobile browser on a phone. 

     

    It takes a little practice but I'll bet you can too.

    so not from the app but from something like chrome?

    Yes, exactly.

  • #19

    chuddog wrote:

    As a chess teacher, I'll put it in a more gentle and productive way: Good job for not making major mistakes or blunders. Most games at your level are won by making fewer mistakes than your opponent and taking advantage of their mistakes. But if you want to improve, you should aspire to higher goals than avoiding blunders. You need to play stronger opponents (ones who can and will beat you), identify your weaknesses, and learn from your losses to fix those weaknesses and grow in skill and creativity.

    would you recommend playing against a computer on a challenging setting or against human opposition? its sometimes difficult to find optimum unrated games..
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