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roni.chessman
Member since Feb-10-04 · Last seen Aug-30-15
I am training all on the aspects of my chess in hopes of being a GM someday. Go ahead, call me crazy :)

Chess is dynamic, so it is to my understanding that these "aspects" should be improved and incorporated in play almost seamlessly. Try these to improve your game:

1: Tactical mastery
2: Endgame knowledge
3: Middlegame strategy
4: Opening theory and preparation
5: Determine your personality: style of play
6: Make it a habit to always analyze and
calculate even if your mind tells you to
"move already"!
7: Push yourself to the limit, you might surprise
yourself

If you would care to play, you can see me at the
FREE INTERNET CHESS SERVER (FICS)

See you there!


   roni.chessman has kibitzed 605 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-24-15 W So vs B van der Zwet, 2015
 
roni.chessman: <raviarun: Why is the retreat a zugzwang? The threat is 29.Nd6+. If 28...Kg8, then 29.Nd6 Rd8 30.Ne7+, winning the bishop.> It would seem that <OhioChessFan> has a point. Zugzwang: A situation in a chess game in which a player is forced to make an undesirable or ...
 
   Jan-26-15 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
roni.chessman: <Schwartz: It says I've reached the max number of games...> chesscube seems to have this "pay-as-you play" schematic. Not pretty.
 
   Jan-25-15 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
roni.chessman: Hello fellow Magnus Carlsen fans! I have had a chessgames.com account now for quite some time. Nevertheless, I have only played with 1 member of this site. I figured that since this a "chess aficionado" community, why not play with more members and thoroughly improve my chess?
 
   Jun-19-12 Tal Memorial (2012) (replies)
 
roni.chessman: "Luck is a residue of skill..."
 
   Oct-11-11 Nakamura vs Carlsen, 2011 (replies)
 
roni.chessman: < Strongest Force: GMs are going to conclude that Magnus need to be takin out of his comfort zone and somehow tactics need to be forced on him> I don't now know if its comfort zone or just specialized playing style. When Magnus was younger, he was a very tactical player,
 
   Dec-15-10 London Chess Classic (2010) (replies)
 
roni.chessman: <but IMO is far from being better than Anand or Kramnik.> Carlsen doesn't have the discipline yet or the work ethic. He even admits systematic training will kill him. What makes my argument valid? He already plastered both players at age 18. Another training session ...
 
   Nov-08-10 notyetagm chessforum (replies)
 
roni.chessman: Hi <notyetagm>! I stumbled into your profile page and read your theory about making threats and meeting threats. Is this theory with reference to "weak squares"? Believe or not, I'm also training to push the envelope for my chess skills, and I will not stop until I'm a ...
 
   Nov-05-10 Tal Memorial (2010) (replies)
 
roni.chessman: I sense a lot of bashing in this newly built forum. Less chess talk, more bashing. Even chess has fanboyism. It wasn't just the movie :)
 
   Oct-20-10 Huzman vs Aronian, 2010 (replies)
 
roni.chessman: <I always consider Aronian to be probably the most "dangerous" player out there, meaning he is always capable of crushing anyone at any time regardless of playing strength.> I have come to appreciate Aronian's eccentric choice of clothing and relaxed personality. Perhaps
 
   Oct-13-10 Carlsen vs Kramnik, 2010 (replies)
 
roni.chessman: <For some reason he didn't play 41...Rg2 attacking the N again> Possibly because Magnus can block it with Rf2 anyway? This way the pressure on Magnus' b-pawn is unstoppable...
 
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