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RE: Chess: More than a Sport

in Sports Talk Social2 months ago

we learned more from a game we lose than from a game we win

I think this is true. We tend to remember more about the mistakes we made compared to the achievements. This is because it hurts to see us make a mistake.

It sure is an interesting sport. I use to watch a few animes that had go, shogi and chess. They tend to be fairly interesting because it required a lot of hard work for them to succeed. They are always looking and studying the past games to brush up on different strategies. During each match, they overwork their brain to win even if its by a single point. I just find it fairly appealing and great at keeping my attention.

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During each match, they overwork their brain to win even if its by a single point. I just find it fairly appealing and great at keeping my attention.

I agree to this. Sometimes playing the game can overwork our brain, but i think it is in a good way.

This is because it hurts to see us make a mistake.

Although, our mistakes hurts. We can still find joy with the lessons we learned from those mistakes. Thank you for your continuous engagement, @jfang003!