the problem with chess is its incosistency


  • 3 years ago · Quote · #21

    bean_Fischer

    It's just too complicated to understand simple ones.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #22

    AndyClifton

    superking500 wrote:

    anyone else?

    Nope, just yourself.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #23

    varelse1

    Because those two positions involve different skillsets.

    No different than at school. One student does better at Literature. One at Math. Another at French. Another at shop.

    The Lord gives us all our own unique skills and strengths. It is up to you, to discover your poarticular strengths, and nurture them.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #24

    superking500

    varelse1 wrote:

    Because those two positions involve different skillsets.

    No different than at school. One student does better at Literature. One at Math. Another at French. Another at shop.

    The Lord gives us all our own unique skills and strengths. It is up to you, to discover your poarticular strengths, and nurture them.

     

     

    if thats true, then why is magnus stronger then?

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #25

    aerodarts

    To answer your question, a chess game consist of 3 phases.

    1. Opening

    2. Middle Game

    3. end Game.

    A famous GM has been known to say, that to beat him, you have to beat him in the opening, middle game and end game.

    I hear GM's tak about their games (post game press conferences  or interviews)  They talk about their games. They say the postion is sharp, or it is double edged, or complicated.

    In the World Championship Match, Carlsen said the game was complicated so he had to shut it down.

    In recent tournaments Anand was critzed for playing passive looking for a draw. Nakamura is blasted for playing recklessly.

    You say Aronian likes complicated games. I do not know his record but I would guess if this is true he wins or lose's his games. Is that true?

    Cool

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #26

    superking500

    aerodarts wrote:
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    but aronian has a worse record against magnus and lower elo

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #27

    shreeatsree

    i think anand was having pressure to hold his title so anand tried for draw and seeked for chances to win, but Carlsen was nothing to hold so he went for a do or die, finnaly he won, may be in future Carlsen alsodo the same as anand did and  look go for draws?????????????


  • 3 years ago · Quote · #28

    bean_Fischer

    Here is a game I lost to below 1000 player. Was the situation complicated or simple?



  • 3 years ago · Quote · #29

    macer75

    bean_Fischer wrote:

    Here is a game I lost to below 1000 player. Was the situation complicated or simple?

     



    Why did u resign? Your position doesn't look that bad.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #30

    bean_Fischer

    Mersaphe wrote:

    I don't think that guy played like 1000

    No, he is not. He has been removed. I just couldn't believe I lost to this guy, I kept quiet. Then I saw he's removed.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #31

    bean_Fischer

    macer75 wrote:
    bean_Fischer wrote:

    Here is a game I lost to below 1000 player. Was the situation complicated or simple?

    Why did u resign? Your position doesn't look that bad.

    Of course, I did. How do you continue?

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #32

    Irontiger

    superking500 wrote:

    why doesn't Levon adopt Magnus style..wouldn't he get the same results

    You've been rehashing your "Carlsen likes simple positions, Aronian complicated ones" over-simplifying mantra in a few threads now, under various covers.

    As you may have noticed, this does not give you any productive feedback, and makes other people look at you strangely. It has not been hailed as a particularly original or striking idea, and will not be.

     

    But of course, you can keep doing it and expect different results. The problem with you, OP, is your consistency.

     

    Yes, this sounds like #11, because it's an exact copy. On the other hand, it does seem to answer well, doesn't it ?

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #33

    Irontiger

    aerodarts wrote:

    A famous GM has been known to say, that to beat him, you have to beat him in the opening, middle game and end game.

    From memory, it was Tarrasch - so technically, not a GM.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #34

    aerodarts

    Irontiger wrote:
    aerodarts wrote:

    A famous GM has been known to say, that to beat him, you have to beat him in the opening, middle game and end game.

    From memory, it was Tarrasch - so technically, not a GM.

    Thanks for pointing out is was Tarrasch who said that. I looked him up and could not find the quote. I did find him saying, "Before the endgame the gods have placed the middlegame". Do you have the link to Tarrasch being given credit for the, beat him in the opening, middle game and end game"?

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #35

    aerodarts

    quote that is sometimes attributed to Alekhine about himself, and which may be apocryphal: "If you beat me in the opening, you have to beat me in the middlegame, and, if you beat me in the middlegame, you have to beat me in the endgame"

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #36

    aerodarts

    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1008348

     

    check out this game and post your comments!

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #37

    aerodarts

    aerodarts wrote:

    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1008348

     

    check out this game and post your comments!

     

    "If you beat me in the opening, you have to beat me in the middlegame, and, if you beat me in the middlegame, you have to beat me in the endgame". Here, Alehkine is on top out of the opening and into the middlegame, and suddenly there is not even an endgame! A very unusual game

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #38

    Irontiger

    aerodarts wrote:
    Irontiger wrote:
    aerodarts wrote:

    A famous GM has been known to say, that to beat him, you have to beat him in the opening, middle game and end game.

    From memory, it was Tarrasch - so technically, not a GM.

    Thanks for pointing out is was Tarrasch who said that. I looked him up and could not find the quote. I did find him saying, "Before the endgame the gods have placed the middlegame". Do you have the link to Tarrasch being given credit for the, beat him in the opening, middle game and end game"?

    Memory was wrong, apparently. You're probably right that it was Alekhine.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #39

    JariIkonen

    Because Aronian goes for such positions and thrives in them, and magnus goes for such positions and thrives in them?

     

    #edit#

    And what does chess being incosistent have to do with Aronian and Carlsen? xD

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #40

    aerodarts

    Irontiger wrote:
    aerodarts wrote:
    Irontiger wrote:
    aerodarts wrote:

    A famous GM has been known to say, that to beat him, you have to beat him in the opening, middle game and end game.

    From memory, it was Tarrasch - so technically, not a GM.

    Thanks for pointing out is was Tarrasch who said that. I looked him up and could not find the quote. I did find him saying, "Before the endgame the gods have placed the middlegame". Do you have the link to Tarrasch being given credit for the, beat him in the opening, middle game and end game"?

    Memory was wrong, apparently. You're probably right that it was Alekhine.

    I looked up the quote and the closest I could find was Alehkine.


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