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PostSubject: Use Time Wisely To Win A Game Of Chess   Sat Sep 11, 2010 9:27 pm

Time management when playing a game of chess is crucial as it is one of the parameters that can be used to scoop a win. How you use time to develop a game and set the tempo of the game is important. These factors help to shape out just how interesting a game is between two opponents. Managing time in itself is a skill that adds to one’s tactics and can be used as a weapon against an opponent in a game.

A lot of time is used on practicing and improving chess skills. It is advisable that for one to master the game, time should be spent practicing and refining tactics. Take the time to learn how best to strategize your tactics implement your plan and finally finish up a game. All these aspects work together only when you execute and manage your time well during an actual game.

Experts in the game agree that the only way to play a good game of chess is by carrying out constant practice sessions. This is important when developing the skill but there is more that one can do to make use of time effectively in a game.

During a game, use most of the time allocated to execute and carry out your moves. This is possible by dividing the entire time with the number of moves to be made. Make sure that you give each move a considerable amount of thought, hurrying up when making moves can be simply disastrous, especially when opening and closing a game. Being too slow is equally dangerous and could cost you a game.

While you might not know how a game develops, always try to be in control by setting the pace. You can use a considerable amount of time thinking out on crucial and complex moves. This gives you time to make a good consideration on how best to proceed. When you need time to think and consider your next move, some extra time can be used. However, it is important to recover or make up more time by spending the least time possible on obvious moves.

Experts advise that a move should only be made if one is absolutely sure that they have made a good decision. Learning how to balance these two is a skill in itself that good chess players should be keen of developing. Once a player has decided on a move they should proceed to execute it. It is simply unwise to spend more time contemplating whether to make a move or not once a decision has been reached.

It also happens that a player can spend a considerable amount of time trying to figure out a move without anything happening. In such a case, expert’s advice is to go with what is in your mind as already too much time has been spent. It is possible to recover with other moves as this gives you more time to consider situations coming up in the game, don’t use all your time in one move.

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