from what are you telling,you losse because the kids are better than you playing chess,so even if you memorize the entire book,what you will do when you will be out of book?
so if you want an advice,study tactics instead of memorizing openings
is there any chance you could provide the PGN of a few of your recent games? I'd like to take a look at them.
I agree with Barnard that an "anti-Fritz" book will just be a waste of your study time.
so i think is more plausible that they are stronger than him,than all of them are genius with photographic memory
study tactics,and when he improve tactics,study strategy...im sure he will improve his chess too much than studying openings;memorizing a complet book is a waste of time if you havent an according high play strenght
> Hi irulats,
> is there any chance you could provide the PGN of a few of your recent games? I'd like to take a look at them.
> I agree with Barnard that an "anti-Fritz" book will just be a waste of your study time.
Hi, Homayoun_Sohrabi_MD, sorry for the delay in replying to you. I had 2 big interviews recently as well as a pile of work. I'm now shattered. Believe it or not, I never got round to typing up my last games yet. I'll give it a go over the next few days and will post them here.
So I have prepared some gambits which will put them in dillemma and the positional understanding matters. I have played Evans gambit and Kings Muzio Gambit with success.
As theier coach asks to memorize the main lines of popular openings they fell off the chair When I sac something.
In otb psychology plays a part. If one plays from memeory and another thinking every move , sooner or later they will be in time trouble. That
is a deciding factor most of the time IN OTB.
of course,if is a patzer...i recall about it since he stated he losses against kids aged 10 years...one of them can be a genius,but all the others for sure are are patzers
For example see this game of my student IM Anwesh Upadhya in Dubai Open against GM A Fedorov.
My student played Petroff Defence as he never lost that opening against playing strong players including many GMs.
He was happy with da draw. But look how Fedorov beat him without doing anything but took 25-30 mins at move 4!!!!!
1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nf6 3. d4 Nxe4 4. dxe5 d5 5. Nbd2 Nc6 6. Nxe4 dxe4 7. Qxd8 Nxd8 8. Nd4 Bd7 9. Bc4 Bc5 10. Be3 Bxd4 11. Bxd4 Be6 12. Bb3 Nc6 13. Bc3 O-O-O 14. O-O b5 15. Bxe6 fxe6 16. b4 Nd4 17. Bxd4 Rxd4 18. c3 Rc4 19. a4 bxa4 20. Rxa4 Kb7 21. Ra3 a6 22. Rd1 g5 23. Kf1 Rf8 24. Ke2 h5 25. h3 Rc6 26. Rd4 Rf4 27. c4 Rb6 28. c5 Rb5 29. Ke3 Rf8 30. Rxe4 a5 31. Rxa5 Rxa5 32. bxa5 Kc6 33. Ra4 Kxc5 34. a6 Kb6 35. a7 Kb7 36. a8=Q Rxa8 37. Rxa8 Kxa8 38. f4 gxf4 39. Kxf4 Kb7 40. g4 hxg4 41. hxg4 Kc8 42. Ke4
Is good the boy?
in that case,he must has a grant,or someone pay the classes for him
but if he pays 50 ducats to Avrukh,what means you assertion ''for training like free''?
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