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NEW ARTICLE: The Difference that Makes the Difference

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We have this topic in our Blog.
https://chessmood.com/blog/the-difference-that-makes-the-difference
If you have any questions, comments or you just liked it, feel free to share your thoughts here. 

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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 4 weeks ago

I am  committed to my goals. I work more than 7 hrs daily on my skills and I am improving this is what you also told me so I am also in never give up company. You know my story. I wanted to learn chess and finally I found you and Iam happy for that. I also carefully followed your study plan and I feel the difference in my games. I think i rarely missed any live stream. I like live streams instead of recordings because in live streams its fun to see why my moves are wrong and right. I also spent whole nights whenever saint louis grand chess tour events come online because they show a lot lines and variations which are popular at high level.

Final word. You turned a failure like me into a winner and I am winning a lot and all credit goes to you and your courses. I will never quit and I will become a 2000 in one year and this will be my first milestone and the final goal will be to achieve the title GM. It's gonna be tough but I will be like a diamond so it wont be possible for a normal metal to break me!

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GM_Avetik Grigoryan

GM_Avetik Grigoryan 4 weeks ago

Super Abhi!! 

Even I practice chess 7-8 hours a day

Llorenç Boldú Zabih

Llorenç Boldú Zabih 4 weeks ago

I am committed to learn how to play unmaterialistic chess and maybe now or then play something that contains some beauty. The rating is not principal for me but I am committed to improve my game and get rid of bad habits.
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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 4 weeks ago

True ratings are just numbers. But in positive sense it will make you confident. For example if you are online 2100 like I am. I am atleast Fide 1600 to 1800 elo level player and uscf 1800 to 1900 rated player. So ratings for me is just a kind of motivation that yes I am improving

Ramón Jessurun

Ramón Jessurun 4 weeks ago

Once again, Maestro Avetik hits the nail on the head. Nothing is gained by what has been described by a British GM (commenting on amateur study habits) as "reading and nodding". Improvement requires blood, sweat and tears. No pain, no gain.  Clichés? Perhaps,  but also self-evident truths. 

Much appreciating all the work being done by our maestro Avetik: excellent courses & streams! Looking forward to participating in any upcoming webinars and other events!

I also believe leaving incomplete pgn drafts, rather than complete analysis files, is really helpful. I have put in extra hours to create full files, but that extra work pays off.  

By the way , meastro Avetik., I practiced Hung Gar Kung Fu for several years. You may be familiar with that style.

Chessmood family, ¡un abrazo desde México! 

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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 4 weeks ago

I made all the files in my first 2 weeks of membership hehehe. But started working on them from march because of life's distractions.
amit mishra

amit mishra 4 weeks ago

Really another excellent article !! Specially i would like to mention this paragraph " People that are interested in chess play blitz games for 4 hours a day whereas committed people play for 1 hour a day and then spend time reviewing their games." through which you can easily differentiate serious & non serious chess players & also give right path to be better chess player.

GM Avetik, After gone through this article i can say you are not only successful GM.You are also a successful life coach.

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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 4 weeks ago

Yeah he is not only a decent chess GM and coach but he is also an amazing personality.
Jyotisko Sengupta

Jyotisko Sengupta 4 weeks ago

Great article! It opens my eyes even wider. Now I will surely, committedly, find more time in my schedules for my dreams. I am waiting eagerly for my exams to finish so I can give my 200% to my dreams. Now I have quite less time for chess but after the exams, no one gotta stop me!!!
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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 4 weeks ago

Good luck and you will achieve your goals.
Tina Vehl

Tina Vehl 4 weeks ago

Thankyou so much for this articel! It really inspired me to continue pursuing my goal in Chess. Im already motivated and I therefore read and solve puzzles in a Series of chessbooks I ve collected.☺️Your article was spot on. Olso a reminder that I should reach out for others when I feel I go nowhere!????????Finally, yes I am committed!????☕️
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Abhi yadav

Abhi yadav 4 weeks ago

Good luck and achieve your goals