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Fri Oct 30 2015 3:53AM | MsgID: 18610734

I've been on the site for 9 years now. I tend to stick to particular playing styles. Although I do try to break out of my personal playing styles or preferences and expand sometimes. I do feel more comfortable with a particular style of playing and particular openings. I find I'm more of a tactician than strategist -- creating opportunities whenever possible. Being a member of this site and playing a variety of opponents -- especially those stronger than myself, I've found out more about my deficiencies than my strengths. Playing correspondence chess is different than playing over the board chess. With OTB chess the pressures of course are much more immediate. Other than that, I believe I play much the same as OTB, but I learn more perhaps because I have more time to look over the board and analyze. However, I still make errors and miscalculations same as OTB! I've also learned not to overestimate my abilities.


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Thu Oct 29 2015 3:06PM | MsgID: 18609398

I Joined as a member of the famous almost a year ago now and since then have learnt new playing styles which included different ways of moving tactically and strategically.

Wondered what else other players have learnt since first becoming a member of the fraternity?