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NEW ARTICLE: Chess isn’t for the Weak

Hey Champions!

We have this topic in our Blog.
https://chessmood.com/blog/chess-is-not-for-the-weak
If you have any questions, comments or you just liked it, feel free to share your thoughts here. 

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skipper chess

skipper chess 1 year ago

Awesome article!
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Marc Segovia

Marc Segovia 1 year ago

Hi Avetik

Very inspirational article, thank you by sharing.

Close to the end, you said something about do right adjustment, to avoid blunder under pressure, could you share which kind of adjustments, in general of course.

Best Regards

marc

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Marc Segovia

Marc Segovia 1 year ago

Hi Avetik

Your message  remember me, Tennyson poem who said " To strive, to seek, to find and not to yield"

GM_Avetik Grigoryan

GM_Avetik Grigoryan 1 year ago

Thanks Mark! 
It's a good question. 
I'll write a separate article about it. 

One of the things I changed was I started just to smile during the game. Sometimes :) 
Without reason. Other tips I'll share in the upcoming article :) 
Tanmoy Mitra

Tanmoy Mitra 1 year ago

It is very useful for me. Many times in a complete wining position I make such kind of move, even with more than enough time in my hand. And just after move I say myself " Am I blind?". 
Andrew Lawson

Andrew Lawson 1 year ago

Hi Avetik,

Thanks for that article - that was inspiring. So inspiring I'm going to watch the first Rocky again after reading your words :-) 

Your articles do help a lot in terms of attitude - for example, the "why" and commitment are very important in helping a player negotiate his (or her) way through the chess jungle. Of course, as you'll be aware, these things are critical in all kinds of different ways outside of chess as well.

So thanks again :-)

Andrew

Isha Sharma

Isha Sharma 1 year ago

Great article, thanks for sharing. It was really inspiring and also reminded me of my own failures from which I didn't think I would come back up, but I did for my "why". We always think it was the only chance we had, and all has gone to waste, but it not so. 

Also you keep mentioning these routines you follow when you have particular goal in mind, can you share a good routine you've followed that served you well - how many hours of sleep, how you fought distractions and stay committed to your work, etc. 

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skipper chess

skipper chess 1 year ago

Are you WIM Isha Sharma from India?
GM_Avetik Grigoryan

GM_Avetik Grigoryan 1 year ago

Thanks Isha! 
All your questions will be covered in the articles :) 
amit mishra

amit mishra 1 year ago

Really instructive article !!.For me following inspirational takeaways:

1.You’ll get many punches to your mouth on your journey. Find the strength to get back up, &

2.Sooner or later the hard work pays off.

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