These are my main sources of learning more about the game of chess.
They say learning from your personal past is important.
Sometimes I cringe at reviewing my past chess games.
I'm so awful, haha! But I still do it.
Here is my personal archive of games I have played over the years.
Chess can be difficult to understand.
There are a lot of different emotions that come with playing, and I sometimes find it hard to describe them all!
This blog is my personal perspective.
“When you see a good move, look for a better one.”
– Emanuel Lasker
“There is no remorse like the remorse of chess.”
– H. G. Wells
“Chess is rarely a game of ideal moves.
Almost always, a player faces a series of difficult consequences whichever move he makes.”
– David Shenk
“Even a poor plan is better than no plan at all.”
– Mikhail Chigorin
“You may learn much more from a game you lose than from a game you win.
You will have to lose hundreds of games before becoming a good player.”
– José Raúl Capablanca
“The blunders are all there on the board, waiting to be made.”
– Savielly Tartakower
“It’s always better to sacrifice your opponent’s men.”
“The pin is mightier than the sword.”
– Fred Reinfeld
“One bad move nullifies forty good ones.”
– Bernhard Horwitz