For those who challenge me, please be aware that I have
been provided some mentored guidance of which I plan to
"You learn most from a hopeless game when you keep
playing and try to figure out the best moves,
checkmates,positional moves and more.
Then your insight grows and your skill grows. And at some
point you will notice that your former hopeless games are
far from lost when you look at them again. In the end, the
difference will be that you do not have to think about the
solutions you will just know the solutions. So giving up such
a game is a waste because it is the best learning
experience. Ten hours of hopeless game time is worth 1000
hours of winning game time."
So if you decide to play me, expect to play to the bitter