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Submitted by ak87 on December 5, 2012 at 11:57 PM.
This is probably one of the best blitz games I have played recently with only two mistakes according to the chess.com computer analysis...
The time control is 5 minutes with no extra time per move.
So I knew 8.Bd2 was a book move (looked it up on...Read more »
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1100-1400 - that just happened by itself...
1400-1500 - Tactics training, chesstempo.com, chess.com tactics trainer
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1700-1800 - Tactics training, chesstempo.com, chess.com tactics trainer and being more careful
1800-1900 playing better in the opening, paying more atention to positional considerations and some improvement in tactics.
playing even better in the opening - every move counts, paying close atention to positional considerations and further improvement in tactics.
Every move counts. Constantly looking for positional improvements as well as tactics shots. I now begin to feel the need to study openings. Often 2100+ players will have squeezed considerable advantage by the end of the opening. Endgame simplification consideration come occur much earlier than before. A lot more draws or drawing positions. The better you get at it, the more fun it is to play, chess.
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