How do I get better at bullet?

DuKi_oOf
UWillResignYesUWill wrote:

How do people move their mouse so quick?

How do people hold on to their mouse the whole time?

How do people make good moves in less than a minute the whole game(1|0)?

I can't make people resign if I'm in time trouble, so these are some very important questions for me.

yup.

PREMOVE!

also memorize opening theory, like SNUDOO said.

that way you can play faster in the opening without thing what is the right move.

SaiChess15

You MUST do premoves(means when opponent's time is running out do a move. What premove you did will be shown in a red highlighted box) to play bullet...you must enable it in Settings. Not very easy without a premove in Bullet...if you don't want to do a premove then keep your peice ready for it to go to a particular square

ALPHAzer0-123

try to expand your repertoire like to 25 moves. don't bother about my bullet rating I have improved much after I played those random moves but I never played bullet at chess.com again

The_HighGround
ALPHAzer0-123 wrote:

try to expand your repertoire like to 25 moves. don't bother about my bullet rating I have improved much after I played those random moves but I never played bullet at chess.com again

25 moves is harder than you think. :\

UWillResignYesUWill
st0nkfish wrote:
ALPHAzer0-123 wrote:

try to expand your repertoire like to 25 moves. don't bother about my bullet rating I have improved much after I played those random moves but I never played bullet at chess.com again

25 moves is harder than you think. :\

pretty sure not even Super GMs memorize up to 25 moves...

SNUDOO
UWillResignYesUWill wrote:
st0nkfish wrote:
ALPHAzer0-123 wrote:

try to expand your repertoire like to 25 moves. don't bother about my bullet rating I have improved much after I played those random moves but I never played bullet at chess.com again

25 moves is harder than you think. :\

pretty sure not even Super GMs memorize up to 25 moves...

They can, trust me.

kenny-wolford1968

just my two cents. It weakens my play and actually builds up habits that in the long run are counter productive tonmy overall play. yeah it's intense, fun, maybe even exciting. But if I indulge in it; I do so knowing the end result is more a pic of my time management skills, rather than my acurate chess rating according actual real strength.

UWillResignYesUWill
SNUDOO wrote:
UWillResignYesUWill wrote:
st0nkfish wrote:
ALPHAzer0-123 wrote:

try to expand your repertoire like to 25 moves. don't bother about my bullet rating I have improved much after I played those random moves but I never played bullet at chess.com again

25 moves is harder than you think. :\

pretty sure not even Super GMs memorize up to 25 moves...

They can, trust me.

i'm sure they can but there's not a lot of point in it, because a lot of variation can occur in 25 moves

The_HighGround
UWillResignYesUWill wrote:
SNUDOO wrote:
UWillResignYesUWill wrote:
st0nkfish wrote:
ALPHAzer0-123 wrote:

try to expand your repertoire like to 25 moves. don't bother about my bullet rating I have improved much after I played those random moves but I never played bullet at chess.com again

25 moves is harder than you think. :\

pretty sure not even Super GMs memorize up to 25 moves...

They can, trust me.

i'm sure they can but there's not a lot of point in it, because a lot of variation can occur in 25 moves

Then they memorize variations. Example: Voronezh in the Alekhines defense, cxd6 variation. Theory goes to move 33+

UWillResignYesUWill

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