How to Beat Grandmasters at Chess


  • 4 years ago · Quote · #1

    Paradox356

    Playing grandmasters can be intimidating, especially when you are rated far below the GM. The GM will likely have superior tactical ability, better positional understanding, a broader and deeper opening repetoire, superior endgame skills and in general will be a much better chess player than yourself. However, you must remember that you have one advantage: the GM is expecting an easy win and hence will be off his guard, and you can use this to your advantage. I will show you how to use this advantage to beat grandmasters with the following game:

    I have beaten numerous grandmasters using this technique. I hope this helps you when you are faced against any grandmasters in the future.

  • 4 years ago · Quote · #2

    heinzie

    Paradox356 wrote:

    I have beaten numerous grandmasters using this technique.


    Give three examples

  • 4 years ago · Quote · #3

    Paradox356

    heinzie wrote:
    Paradox356 wrote:

    I have beaten numerous grandmasters using this technique.


    Give three examples


    GM Kasparov, GM Fischer, and GM Alekhine.

  • 4 years ago · Quote · #4

    darthgfresh

    me too i have beaten 3 GMs this way to    loak van welly  fisher bobby...and   the last one was a GM elect holt  when holt was 12.....van welly didnt know what hit him Qx f7 mate... gg i did it too paradox....

  • 4 years ago · Quote · #5

    kuleleng

    nice move..

  • 4 years ago · Quote · #6

    e4nf3

    cheesy

  • 4 years ago · Quote · #7

    chessblood

    Hilarious.

  • 4 years ago · Quote · #8

    chessblood

    ChristianSoldier007 wrote:
    Paradox356 wrote:
    heinzie wrote:
    Paradox356 wrote:

    I have beaten numerous grandmasters using this technique.


    Give three examples


    GM Kasparov, GM Fischer, and GM Alekhine.


     three people from three different time periods...


     You do realize this is a joke?!

  • 4 years ago · Quote · #9

    NazgasamRyan

    Retarded!
  • 4 years ago · Quote · #10

    hankas

    Paradox356 wrote:

    Playing grandmasters can be intimidating, especially when you are rated far below the GM. The GM will likely have superior tactical ability, better positional understanding, a broader and deeper opening repetoire, superior endgame skills and in general will be a much better chess player than yourself. However, you must remember that you have one advantage: the GM is expecting an easy win and hence will be off his guard, and you can use this to your advantage. I will show you how to use this advantage to beat grandmasters with the following game:

    I have beaten numerous grandmasters using this technique. I hope this helps you when you are faced against any grandmasters in the future.


    I envy you. You live in a fantasy land. Don't wake up, because the truth bites.

  • 4 years ago · Quote · #11

    chessmaster299o

    Paradox356 wrote:

    Playing grandmasters can be intimidating, especially when you are rated far below the GM. The GM will likely have superior tactical ability, better positional understanding, a broader and deeper opening repetoire, superior endgame skills and in general will be a much better chess player than yourself. However, you must remember that you have one advantage: the GM is expecting an easy win and hence will be off his guard, and you can use this to your advantage. I will show you how to use this advantage to beat grandmasters with the following game:

    I have beaten numerous grandmasters using this technique. I hope this helps you when you are faced against any grandmasters in the future.


    Not true, I think you beat grandmasters of losing.

  • 4 years ago · Quote · #12

    TheShnarlMaster

    magnificent, stupid GM didn't see it coming. Will this work against top chess programs as well? I assume so, it is very subtle. 

  • 4 years ago · Quote · #13

    MethEmatics

    NazgasamRyan wrote:
    Retarded!

    That is offensive to the retards! They aren't this stupid. . . 

  • 4 years ago · Quote · #14

    Caliphigia

    Speak softly, and carry a big stick

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #15

    icantthinkofaname1jk

    Paradox356 wrote:

    Playing grandmasters can be intimidating, especially when you are rated far below the GM. The GM will likely have superior tactical ability, better positional understanding, a broader and deeper opening repetoire, superior endgame skills and in general will be a much better chess player than yourself. However, you must remember that you have one advantage: the GM is expecting an easy win and hence will be off his guard, and you can use this to your advantage. I will show you how to use this advantage to beat grandmasters with the following game:

     

    I have beaten numerous grandmasters using this technique. I hope this helps you when you are faced against any grandmasters in the future.


    this method is perfect in the fictionous world of unicorns and flying monkeys.

     

    also, the GM would most likley reply 2.g6 just so they can show off and crush your dreams, and then laugh at/with you about it after the game.


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