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TIPS TO BECOME A GM.

  • #21
    AviaSharma, when you said you thought the article would help some begginers, you do not realize that you are a begginer yourself
  • #22

    just cheat like the rest 

     

  • #23
    AviaSharma wrote:

    By this method, you can become GM in 2 years!

    where is your proof of that?

     

    why 2 years?  why not 13.5 years or 6.5 months??

     

    I think it is bad advice, no matter what your intent is, to put a number on how quick someone can become a gm.  it has taken some people a long time/ other people rather less.... and most people- even strong committed chess players never even get close.

     

    BTW, I also am about 1200 rated.  its not a high number at all.

    many, many people on chess.com have done so much better than that.

  • #24

    People who eventually become grandmasters do not need tips on how to become a grandmaster--they are able to figure out how to become a grandmaster on their own.

    If you think you need tips on how to become a grandmaster--it is very unlikely you will ever become a grandmaster. 

  • #25

    for 2 years in a row i studied chess 15 hours a day and played a bunch of games on lichess, and thats not including all my entire lifes study , and im not a grandmaster... thouroughly read 35 books skimmed through a bunch and read hundreds of articles , i even had 400hours of lessons from an original lifemaster.....   i guess 10,000 hours dosent apply to chess.

       How is 2 or 3 measley hours a day gonna make anyone a GM?  i don't think so.

  • #26
    AviaSharma wrote:

    I thought this article would help some beginners

     

    Did it help yourself?

  • #27

    Amateur kid....hahahahahahahahahhahahahahoooooooooohahhahahahahahhahahahahha!You are never ever ever ever ever gonna be a GM.Get REAL!

  • #28

    With a rating of 700 or 1200 you're a beginner and have no business giving out advice, except for how to be mediocre.

  • #29

    Amplepawn wrote:"for 2 years in a row i studied chess 15 hours a day and played a bunch of games on lichess."

    During these two years, were you playing in FIDE rated OTB tournaments against strong opposition, analyzing your games, and working specifically on your weak areas?

  • #30

    Maybe for now you should settle on learning the rules.

    The pony goes in an L-shape.

  • #31

    lol

  • #32

    How would I know what you need to do to become a GM?!?

  • #33
    AviaSharma έγραψε:

    By this method, you can become GM in 2 years!

    I'd rather say in two centuries.

  • #34
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    AviaSharma έγραψε:

    By this method, you can become GM in 2 years!

    I'd rather say in two centuries.

    Why do you always break our dreams? You must be trolling for sure.

  • #35

    LA LA LA LA LA

  • #36

    Trolling is this

  • #37

    AviaSharma, you have to realize that not everyone here wants to be a GM. Take me as an example. I only play chess as a hobby. And even if you were serious, no one would take you seriously. You even described yourself as "just a con girl who dreams to be a GM tomorrow". And if you really "thought this article would help some beginners", it's not. Recommending us to practice 3 hours every week and 4 hours on weekends is not helping anyone! An article that talks about openings or tactics would be much more helpful than telling someone to devote at least twenty hours a week to chess.

  • #38

    Please please please please please please please.

  • #39

    A trick to grab attention!

  • #40

    yipyip108 wrote:

    AviaSharma, you have to realize that not everyone here wants to be a GM. Take me as an example. I only play chess as a hobby. And even if you were serious, no one would take you seriously. You even described yourself as "just a con girl who dreams to be a GM tomorrow". And if you really "thought this article would help some beginners", it's not. Recommending us to practice 3 hours every week and 4 hours on weekends is not helping anyone! An article that talks about openings or tactics would be much more helpful than telling someone to devote at least twenty hours a week to chess.

    I am sorry sir. I thought it might had helped some one.......
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