Please, Anyone?

ChesswithNickolay

Does anyone know how I can take my rating from 1500 to 1600 by the end of the month? I drew a 1700 bot and beat all 1600 bots.

littlewunder
Play more people maybe? 🤷‍♀️
theendgame3

Told you last time.

 STOP PLAYING BULLET AND BLITZ !!!

20mins Rapid.

ChesswithNickolay
littlewunder wrote:
Play more people maybe? 🤷‍♀️

Wrong approach.

ChesswithNickolay
theendgame3 wrote:

Told you last time.

 STOP PLAYING BULLET AND BLITZ !!!

20mins Rapid.

I play them for time management. I already went up by 150 last time you told me.

ChesswithNickolay

I am better at 10 minutes, ny opponents get pressured by time and make silly blunders.

Moonwarrior_1

If you don’t have a solid opening look for one and practice it. Other then that just take your time 

JackRoach

You can't rush your rating, unless you play chess a lot you probably won't gain 100 points in a month. Other than I have nothing else to say.

ChesswithNickolay
Moonwarrior_1 wrote:

If you don’t have a solid opening look for one and practice it. Other then that just take your time 

My openings are like professional. I can counter all lines and play a strong opening as white.

ChesswithNickolay
JackRoach wrote:

You can't rush your rating, unless you play chess a lot you probably won't gain 100 points in a month. Other than I have nothing else to say.

I have gained 150 points in 20 days. I am telling you. If you are here to criticize the fact that I can not achieve this rating, then please don't. Just because you can't doesn't mean that I can't.

ChessBeginner248

there's no way that's completely true. Every opening will always have at least one flaw. There is no perfect opening. It seems that you want advice, but you are contradicting against everyone else's advice. My advice is discipline. Train yourself with puzzles and lessons everyday. Play games consistently. Do a detailed analysis and take notes.

ChessBeginner248

and don't forget to research

ChesswithNickolay
ChessBeginner248 wrote:

there's no way that's completely true. Every opening will always have at least one flaw. There is no perfect opening. It seems that you want advice, but you are contradicting against everyone else's advice. My advice is discipline. Train yourself with puzzles and lessons everyday. Play games consistently. Do a detailed analysis and take notes.

None of my openings have any flaws. Out of a 7 round swiss on chesskid fide challenge, I lost only 1.

ChesswithNickolay
ChessBeginner248 wrote:

and don't forget to research

Okay, I already knew that.

ChesswithNickolay
ChessBeginner248 wrote:

there's no way that's completely true. Every opening will always have at least one flaw. There is no perfect opening. It seems that you want advice, but you are contradicting against everyone else's advice. My advice is discipline. Train yourself with puzzles and lessons everyday. Play games consistently. Do a detailed analysis and take notes.

My dad says that he will give me the ability to do more lessons when I am 1600 at the least. Other than that, I do puzzles and chess lessons every day/week.

ChessBeginner248

ok. You don't want to listen. You have too much confidence. One last time, every opening always has a flaw. If there is a perfect opening, everybody will play it. And, you admitted you lost one game. How? It could be because of an opening you played. Besides, not all of your opponents were masters.

ChessBeginner248

Besides, if you indeed do openings PERFECTLY and seem to study systamatically..... I'd guess I'd question myself why I'm still 1500 chess.com

ChesswithNickolay
ChessBeginner248 wrote:

ok. You don't want to listen. You have too much confidence. One last time, every opening always has a flaw. If there is a perfect opening, everybody will play it. And, you admitted you lost one game. How? It could be because of an opening you played. Besides, not all of your opponents were masters.

On chesskid, I got paired with 1500+ Rated players.

ChessBeginner248

no offense, this is just advice. I'm not that great of a player myself.

ChesswithNickolay
ChessBeginner248 wrote:

Besides, if you indeed do openings PERFECTLY and seem to study systamatically..... I'd guess I'd question myself why I'm still 1500 chess.com

I just regained myself from the 7 hour opening study. I only played 3 games afterwards (draw win win)