Why Grand masters are stronger then the local players

Allowpls

why do you think grand masters are strong and why and advise?

SpeedyLamp

do no

blueemu

You've got it backwards.

They aren't strong players because they're Grandmasters.

They are Grandmasters because they are strong players.

Lbjon
Some legends have raw talent... some have studied in ways to transfer different talents to chess... most of them play for a living and can’t afford to lose, so they have almost perfect accuracy. They have their eyes peeled for any inaccuracies.
Go over master games... look at the notes ... see it from their point of view and discipline yourself to be the same way....
Allowpls
blueemu wrote:

You've got it backwards.

They aren't strong players because they're Grandmasters.

They are Grandmasters because they are strong players.

but i am also strong i am 1942 in chess.com and 1115 in real life i beat rated players so what youmean by strong i am also strong

llama
Allowpls wrote:

why do you think grand masters are strong

Probably a good diet and a lot of time in the gym.

That's usually how people get pretty strong.

Allowpls

in chess i am asking

 

Babkes

Aptitude Knowledge and Experience.

Allowpls

i even i have

Aptitude Knowledge and Experience.

 

blueemu
Allowpls wrote:
blueemu wrote:

You've got it backwards.

They aren't strong players because they're Grandmasters.

They are Grandmasters because they are strong players.

but i am also strong i am 1942 in chess.com and 1115 in real life...

I'm 2351 chess.com and over 2000 in real life, and I consider myself a rather weak player.

There is a HUGE difference between a "strong amateur" and a Grandmaster.

Allowpls

what is a grand master and a strong amateur what is the difference? 

 

tomato_relax

IDK

Allowpls

please answer

 

llama
Allowpls wrote:

please answer

One IM was asked how he became so good.

He said he didn't plan on becoming a 2400 player. He just liked to play chess and learn more about it. So he'd buy a chess book, and read it (cover to cover) and when he was done, he'd buy another one.

After 10 years of doing this "one day I woke up and I was really good, and an IM"

That's how you become good:

1) You play in a lot of OTB tournaments
2) You read a lot of chess books

This is (more or less) the exact answer eight time Russian Champion and perennial top 10 player Peter Svidler gave when a new player asked how to become good.

jessicatheprodigee
blueemu wrote:

You've got it backwards.

They aren't strong players because they're Grandmasters.

They are Grandmasters because they are strong players.


Thread should've ended here. Lol

blueemu
jessicatheprodigee wrote:
blueemu wrote:

You've got it backwards.

They aren't strong players because they're Grandmasters.

They are Grandmasters because they are strong players.


Thread should've ended here. Lol

He's got the horse PUSHING the cart!