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Switzerland meme_jesus 
Hey mens)) So I wanna get good at chess, anyone that would be willing to practice with me and give me some tips? PM me pls thank
2019-08-25 22:03
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Romania wavyyy 
just win
2019-08-25 22:04
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Switzerland meme_jesus 
against you?
2019-08-25 22:06
#3
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Romania wavyyy 
just win
2019-08-25 22:06
#4
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Switzerland meme_jesus 
against you?
2019-08-25 22:07
chess is almost all about memorizing openings nowadays. If you have a good arsenal of openings you will already be better than a decent amount of players. Obviously experience is also needed, but that comes with time.
2019-08-25 22:07
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Switzerland meme_jesus 
Yeah, I've seen some videos that say that I should develop my opening towards the middle, not to use the same figure twice while developing if it's not threatened and castle early
2019-08-25 22:10
ben finegold has some really entertaining videos that teach chess
2019-08-25 22:09
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Switzerland meme_jesus 
Sweet I'll check him out thanks
2019-08-25 22:09
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Germany shimmy227 
there are many things which come first before learning various openings for a beginner. you can learn one or two openings after you learned the basics (like pinning pieces or knight fork), but then move on to learn the end-game/ how to mate properly.
2019-08-25 22:20
this is so untrue. except at the extremely highest level understanding good fundamentals is the most important for chess you dont need to memorize openings to be a pretty high level player
2019-08-25 22:27
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Turkey Taylannnnn 
fundamentals and the endgame are way more important than openings
2019-08-25 22:30
#12
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Turkey Taylannnnn 
just play a lot, study the endgame and try not to blunder. on low elo 99% of games are won because the other side just gave away a piece, so if you can avoid blunders you will climb the elo ladder very quickly. oh and study your own games (lichess for example has an analysing tool).
2019-08-25 22:52
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