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  1. 11 Dec '07 21:20
    in the long run, will my positional understanding improve by simply plkaying 1. d4?
  2. 11 Dec '07 21:21
    Originally posted by rubberjaw30
    in the long run, will my positional understanding improve by simply plkaying 1. d4?
    yes
  3. 11 Dec '07 21:21
    Originally posted by rubberjaw30
    in the long run, will my positional understanding improve by simply plkaying 1. d4?
    no
  4. 11 Dec '07 21:22
    Originally posted by tomtom232
    no
    do you like little boys?
  5. Standard member chessisvanity
    THE BISHOP GOD
    11 Dec '07 21:32
    maybe.....why?
  6. 11 Dec '07 21:36
    Originally posted by rubberjaw30
    do you like little boys?
    no
  7. 11 Dec '07 21:36
    Originally posted by rubberjaw30
    do you like little boys?
    do you?
  8. 11 Dec '07 21:54
    Originally posted by tomtom232
    do you?
    denial: number one leading cause of cancer in America today
    maybe, you should quit denying your little-boys thing so you don't die early...
  9. 11 Dec '07 21:58
    Originally posted by rubberjaw30
    in the long run, will my positional understanding improve by simply plkaying 1. d4?
    I dont know, as I never plkay d4
  10. 11 Dec '07 22:00
    Originally posted by Policestate
    I dont know, as I never plkay d4
    do you play d4?
  11. 11 Dec '07 22:00
    Originally posted by Policestate
    I dont know, as I never plkay d4
    well, objectively then.
    will playing an opening that results in positional, not tactical, piece placement regularly improve my grasp of position?
  12. 11 Dec '07 22:03
    Originally posted by rubberjaw30
    well, objectively then.
    will playing an opening that results in positional, not tactical, piece placement regularly improve my grasp of position?
    u didn't get it did you? he doesn't plKay d4
  13. 11 Dec '07 22:05
    Originally posted by tomtom232
    u didn't get it did you? he doesn't plKay d4
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    only one halfway helpful post, I want serious answer to question.
  14. 11 Dec '07 22:08
    Originally posted by rubberjaw30
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    only one halfway helpful post, I want serious answer to question.
    Okay...I think it might a little bit but to really get better positionally you have to work at it just like you have to work at tactics to get better at those.
  15. Standard member chessisvanity
    THE BISHOP GOD
    11 Dec '07 22:10
    Yes it will.
    You will develope a more strategy based game.
    You probably will get bored of this type of play.
    I play this way....Be ready for long games...provided there were no major errors.
    And...you still have to look for tactics of course.
    You might get more draws too.

    Any of what i have just said is relative to each game and position...
    But there is truth in all of them.