The number one tip of the video is to learn from your mistakes. Nowadays, it’s very easy to get upset. Especially, playing online chess when you have the option to quickly move on to the next game. Many people try to move past the loss by not acknowledging it at all, but the best way to rapidly get better is to study your mistakes.
How much worse will it be if the same mistake happens a second time? Losing can mentally drain a Chessplayer who is trying to improve. So, don’t make bad habits routines. Sit down and acknowledge the mistake. Think to yourself: Was I making critical decisions too fast? Could the position be saved after the blunder? What opening lead up to this blunder? Did I feel uneasy playing this specific sideline? Am I comfortable in open or closed positions? Get into the process of finding answers instead of leaving questions unanswered.
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