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  ... but how do I win?




Ceri

Chess rating: 3003



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Wales
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Tue Dec 29 2015 5:03PM | MsgID: 18745026


Hi, there,

I always treated each game as a puzzle, which required study until its secrets were unlocked. Once I had a feeling for what worked and what did not, then themes fell into place.

There was one exception, when a player rated far lower than I was reached an apparently unbreakable position. I tried the effect of making moves which did not weaken mine and had no effect upon the position going forward. I watched him weaken his to the point where I had a beautiful exchange sacrifice in the near future. A move or two short of the sacrifice, he blundered the game away and I won ugly.

Cheers,

Ceri







Szkodnikow_i_ofiar

Chess rating: 1947



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Poland
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Tue Sep 22 2015 5:22PM | MsgID: 18532052


Self-confidence is very important. If you don’t think you can win, you will take cowardly decisions in the crucial moments, out of sheer respect for your opponent. You see the opportunity but also greater limitations than you should. I have always believed in what I do on the chessboard, even when I had no objective reason to. It is better to overestimate your prospects than underestimate them. - Magnus Carlsen







neilo

Chess rating: 1571



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United Kingdom
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Mon Sep 21 2015 7:19AM | MsgID: 18528862


Open that bottle of Chardonnay ... ? 😇







MOHANAN

Chess rating: 1995



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India
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Sun Sep 20 2015 1:09PM | MsgID: 18527077


Check your opponent's bag first before he checks yours to see what is being pulled out and then pull your opponent's legs before he does that with yours always keeping an eye on referee







Ramesh 2.0

Chess rating: 1680





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Jamaica
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Sun Sep 20 2015 1:26AM | MsgID: 18526160


I use the old favourite....eeny meeny minee moe.







Reyn

Chess rating: 1335



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Canada
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Sat Sep 19 2015 11:33PM | MsgID: 18526042


Close your eyes and wing it.

It works every once in a while. 🤣







ockendon

Chess rating: 1777
LCF 109 Fide approx. 1795






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England
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Sat Sep 19 2015 11:11PM | MsgID: 18525994


A problem I have in many games, against opponents with a similar rating to me, is: How do I actually win this game!

I have a nice solid position - king reasonably safe, pawns well connected, knights well placed - but to win the game, I have to pull something special out of the bag, before my opponent does!

It's not easy!