@MatthewTheScribe said in #10:
> Why did you write me too twice?
Perhaps it's just a common way to make the statement seem more personal or heartfelt.
Or maybe they have double disease like me. Or maybe they have double disease like me.
I also exploded when I played it. Play over 1000+ games. Then approximately comes the understanding of the game.
Then you can up to 1900+
@MentalFugues said in #8:
> Watch this for the learnings (and hopefully soon Lichess will embed YouTubes again): youtu.be/a5ih_TQWqCA
hey why isnt the video showing? did lichess change it?
@KenulL_76 said in #13:
> hey why isnt the video showing? did lichess change it?
In another thread it was said Lichess developers would be looking at this issue.
First learn the basics.
Practise against bots early on.
Watch youtube videos on it and read studies on here.
Learn how endgames can work.
The most common opening move is 1 Nf3 by white, and because white's threat is to go to e5 or g5 attacking the pawn on f7, the common response is 1... f6.
White will commonly play 2 e3 next and the best response is 2.. e6. A common blunder is 2.. Nh6? which leads to a quick defeat after 3 Ne5.