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ChessMood 9 months ago

5 Crucial Steps to Stop Bad Results in Chess

Hey Champions!
We have an interesting article on our Blog about this topic.


https://chessmood.com/blog/5-crucial-steps-to-stop-bad-results-in-chess

If you have any questions, comments or you just liked it, feel free to share your thoughts here :) 

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Richard Dickinson

Richard Dickinson 9 months ago

Very nice post! Thank you.

Personally, my bad time in chess has lasted a long while (easily 1-3 years). I continue to play nevertheless, as I know my breakthrough is coming soon! I too, firmly believe it is important to have PMA (positive mental attitude) to life and chess play.

I enjoy all these fine positive motivation quotes you include in the post and would like to mention two more! Apparently Einstein said failure only happens if you stop trying, so always keep trying your best and Nelson Mandela said "do not judge me by my successes, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again".

Right Mood Right Move...no hoodie blunders! ;-)

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GM_Avetik Grigoryan

GM_Avetik Grigoryan 9 months ago

Super! 
As I remember right, Emerson has also nice quotes about this topic right? 
And our hero Rocky Balboa :D :D 

No Hoodie blunder :D 
Robert Kuziyamisa

Robert Kuziyamisa 9 months ago

True and most of the time we lose games and never come to realize the real reason...its a starting point in checking our faults and take the right action...thank you so much
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GM_Avetik Grigoryan

GM_Avetik Grigoryan 9 months ago

Super! 

This was the first article I read from chessmood :) I remember after the worst tournament I had in January, Avetik Grigoryan found me in a very bad mood and sent this article :) After one month I went to play another open tournament where I brought back the rating I lost in the previous tournament :) Today I decided to read it once again and I wanted to share my positive memories here :) 

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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 1 month ago

Cool, for me I was never imagined myself as a good player but when coach avetik met me he turned me into a good chess player from a novice one. I was struggling to improve but he showed me right path and because of that I am so excited to play again. Now I have secret weapons such as SLP (I never knew it and never applied it in past event when i lost) and Never Give Up!!