ChessMood 11 months ago

NEW ARTICLE: How to Show NO MERCY to Your Opponents

Hey Champions!

We have this topic in our Blog.
If you have any questions, comments or you just liked it, feel free to share your thoughts here. 


Inguh Kim

Inguh Kim 11 months ago

 Interesting viewpoint. Reminds me of a Carlsen quote that used to be (is it still there?) on the walls of Wijk aan Zee playing hall:

"Some people think that if their opponent plays a beautiful game, it's okay to lose. I don't. You have to be merciless."

Sriram M

Sriram M 11 months ago

I love this article, now I can feel when I am thinking those loser thoughts! Then I try to redirect myself to be ruthless, remembering this article. Thank you so much Coach Gabuzyan for this article!
Kourosh A

Kourosh A 11 months ago

I play against pieces. (Svetozar Gligorić) 

Is chess evil? 

I think chess is just a game, but people who play this game have different mind-sets.

For people who play chess to earn their living, chess is just a competition, and not an ART.

Probably for majority of them,  at professional level, chess is 1st degree murder!

Kourosh A

Kourosh A 11 months ago

It’s chess pieces, not a man I play against! Svetozar Gligoric

Svetozar Gligoric was one of the top players in the world and one of the World’s most prominent, owing to his particularly engaging personality.

At the chessboard, Gligoric was an uncompromising fighter and at the same time a symbol of gentlemanhood and correctness. 

Last year, at the first quarter Presidential Board meeting, FIDE decided to establish a fair play award named after Svetozar Gligoric.

Read the full news here:


Mateo Jackson

Mateo Jackson 11 months ago

Nice article I will use the winning mindset in my games all the time from now on.
Aayush Shirodkar

Aayush Shirodkar 11 months ago

Awesome Article!

Gave  Be  Boost Up To Be Evil!

edits-- In Good Sense