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Bagheri@

29.03.07, 18:17 Uhr
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zum Artikel Most asked question: How do you become a GM von Bagheri@
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The best help I can give you is not much. Skill only comes with great amounts of practice. I suggest that you first ignore memorizing positions and get experience instead. Get beat by better players, not only will you understand that you still have a long way to go, you can also see what strategies they employ to beat you. However, if you are a real beginner, you may want to watch a game between two good players, otherwise you will see the many methods in which the more-experienced players will play sloppy moves that usually work on beginners and end in a quick win. Also, if you"re a beginner, do not fall into the wonders of bringing the queen out too early. By playing those that cannot defend against the queen, it may be tempting. Perhaps the best way to get off the habit to play a better player. They will defeat your strategy so soundly that you will realize it is not the route to take.

Sorry if I may not seem helpful, but there is no better way to learn chess than to play it. The miracle tutors and methods DO NOT work. The real way is to learn it, the earlier the better. Also, remember that there are exceptions to every "rule". I will try to give you some pointers to help guide your way:
1.A knight on the rim is grim. Don"t get your knights on the edge, it severely hampers their abilities.
2.Control of the center is critical to winning the game.
3.If ahead in development, attempt to open up the game (trade pawns, unblock diagonals/columns/rows, etc.). If behind then close the game(meet pawn to pawn with the opponent is the most effective technique, says if opponents pawn is on e5 then yours should be on e4, and they have a chain, try to follow it. This allows you time to catch up in development, only to be used if you are more than 2 moves behind in development)
4.Do not bring the queen out too early
5.Do not expose the king too much
6.Weaknesses that cannot be exploited are not weaknesses, just blemishes in your position.
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 Bagheri@

29.03.07, 18:18 Uhr
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Re: Most asked question: How do you become a GM von Bagheri@
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7.Castle early against beginners(castled positions are hard to attack and frustrate beginners causing stupid moves) and delay it against better players(only as long as realistically possible. This is because some advanced players will try to set up too much, as in point pieces to one specific part of the board too much. If you castle at the last second, then they must spend time to regroup, gaining you some precious time.)
8.Do not fianchetto bishops because you heard it is a good move, have a reason to. (Finachettoing a bishop is when you move a knight"s pawn (king or queen) up one then place a bishop into that opening to control the long diagonal)
9.Moving pawns in front of the king without a good reason to is usually a bad idea.
10.Castling drops considerably in priority once the opponent"s queen is removed.
11.The less pieces on the board, the more you use your king. (unless the opponent"s queen and some other piece sides a pawn is on the board.)
12.Play each move with a specific purpose in mind, do not move for the sake of moving
13.NEVER GIVE UP!!! Opponents often make mistakes at critical periods, even grandmasters do
14.NEVER reject a move if it seems good because it violates a principle, specific circumstances ALWAYS outweight vague ideas 15.Rationalize the opponent"s last move, never understimate how important this step is
16.Do not let your emotions show on your face, games are often lost because an opponents notice a dejected look and search for the mistake
17.WATCH THE CLOCK!!!, unless it isn"t timed... lol
18.Keep concentrated, forget everything but the game you"re playing
19.Do not get stressed, mistakes occur because of this
20.Use the opponent"s move-making time to decide your own move. Try to use your time primarily to analyze your opponent"s move.
21.DO NOT RUSH in making a move. Rushing = Mistakes = You Lose
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