Chess Player Comparisons

1618_of_PsyChess
Is there is any data that would suggest there is a notably significant difference in the "styles of play" when comparing "spiritual chess players" to "regular chess players" (i.e. players who do not project a sense of spirituality into their games). also, if there is a better way to frame this question, in open to all suggestions. this forum entry is more of a "get the idea out of my mind asap" at the moment, and do expect myself to define this as continue forward with my studies. in the mean time, what could you suggest I try and measure when searching for the differences between Regular & Spiritual Chess Players. I currently am toying with the idea to look at the "Chess-Codons" from the games, and compare and contrast the collected data. anyways, im gonna pause the train here, before I lose where it can go. so far, I've been enjoying the ride 😊😉😁 best of luck in your games! good night! thank You, Emilio A.
dwightkematch
Amazing stuff here
talapia
1618_of_PsyChess wrote:
Is there is any data that would suggest there is a notably significant difference in the "styles of play" when comparing "spiritual chess players" to "regular chess players" (i.e. players who do not project a sense of spirituality into their games). also, if there is a better way to frame this question, in open to all suggestions. this forum entry is more of a "get the idea out of my mind asap" at the moment, and do expect myself to define this as continue forward with my studies. in the mean time, what could you suggest I try and measure when searching for the differences between Regular & Spiritual Chess Players. I currently am toying with the idea to look at the "Chess-Codons" from the games, and compare and contrast the collected data. anyways, im gonna pause the train here, before I lose where it can go. so far, I've been enjoying the ride 😊😉😁 best of luck in your games! good night! thank You, Emilio A.

 

I am a spiritual chess player, what kind of data you want from me?

1618_of_PsyChess
talapia wrote:
1618_of_PsyChess wrote:
Is there is any data that would suggest there is a notably significant difference in the "styles of play" when comparing "spiritual chess players" to "regular chess players" (i.e. players who do not project a sense of spirituality into their games). also, if there is a better way to frame this question, in open to all suggestions. this forum entry is more of a "get the idea out of my mind asap" at the moment, and do expect myself to define this as continue forward with my studies. in the mean time, what could you suggest I try and measure when searching for the differences between Regular & Spiritual Chess Players. I currently am toying with the idea to look at the "Chess-Codons" from the games, and compare and contrast the collected data. anyways, im gonna pause the train here, before I lose where it can go. so far, I've been enjoying the ride 😊😉😁 best of luck in your games! good night! thank You, Emilio A.

 

I am a spiritual chess player, what kind of data you want from me?

What kind of data, related to your feelings and "justifications" for describing yourself as "a spiritual chess player" would you be willing to share? I would be more than happy with a personal description about who you are, what your spiritual practices is, and why you consider yourself a "spiritual player?" happy.png 

I'm looking forward to hearing back from you my friend!!! Thank you so much for commenting on this thread... and I'd also like to say that You had "perfect timing," @Talapia happy.png

Thank You,

Emilio A.

talapia

We have to define spiritual play right away or else this sounds more and more like we are talking out of the bong.

Spiritual in the sense of, not focused purely upon results, the means are more important than the end. Well, that doesn't quite cut it either.

You have to be very careful throwing words like spiritual around, it means different things to different people.

I do not really know what you are talking about, in the first place. I am spiritual though, if you consider I pray and perform occult rituals every day to seal my soul against evil such as the lures of drink/drugs. So I can walk into a grocery store and the beer and wine aisle, it does not exist for me. Sure, I see it, but am not interested in it at all, whereas the last forty years, that was not so, but now it is, because I have let God enter my life.

I do not get moved by loss or poor performance, it is not important to me. I know the reasons why I play worse on some days than others and why I am not killing it with bullet chess. Chess is just a thermometer I place to gauge my brain and see how it is functioning on a given day.

1618_of_PsyChess

@talapia
   "Chess is just a thermometer I place to gauge my brain and see how it is functioning on a given day."
I love this!!! and i'm looking forward to continuing this conversation with you. I will do my best to collect my thougths before I reply to your response!

Thank You again for your replies!!! This is going to be such an interesting conversation!!!

BLYGs, My Frined!

ghost_of_pushwood

Oh God, please don't define spiritual play...

1618_of_PsyChess
ghost_of_pushwood wrote:

Oh God, please don't define spiritual play...

Too late! Already defining it 😉😂😈 haha

worstplayer46

What does it mean to project a sense of spirituality into the game? 

ghost_of_pushwood

You get an extra set of ghost pieces!