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    Romantic

    Romantics are full of good ideas. These ideas might be either positional or attacking, but they are always unusual and unique. The Romantic doesn't usually win by out-calculating his opponent, but rather finds some unexpected and unusual concept that his opponent didn't expect. Romantic players are very emotional and therefore can be very distraught when they lose, but their moodiness also means that when things are going well, they can be unstoppably brilliant.
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    http://www.chesspersonality.com/type/technician

    Technicians are the quietest and calmest chess players. Strategists who rarely attack directly and prefer to quietly exploit positional advantages, Technicians utilize their exceptional intuition to guide their positional play. Rarely losing control, the Technician exploits almost invisible positional weaknesses to win in the endgame. Technicians do not like to take many risks, and therefore rarely lose - but also win less than more aggressive players.

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    I think this assessment describes me very well. I move pieces in a calculated manner to see the enemy throw themselves in a wild lose. This is true to how I play the game
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    I'm "Help! I have no idea what I'm doing!"


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    Prodigy

    The Prodigy is the ultimate sportsman. Prodigies play aggressively and fight for the win from the beginning to the end, but place the highest value on maintaining emotional control and utilizing every opportunity that comes their way. Prodigies are not out to prove any kinds of theories, or to create great works of art (though that often happens anyway); for Prodigies winning is everything… because winning is simply more fun.
    Magnus Carlsen is a Prodigy

    Magnus Carlsen Magnus Carlsen (born 1990) of Norway, the current world champion, exemplifies the Prodigy. A universal player with an intuitive grasp of chess, much of Carlsen's success can be explained by his psychology which is completely unencumbered by fear. He rarely makes any kind of blunders, and plays on forever to try to win positions with the smallest advantage, or even equal ones. His endgame play is superb, and his constant pressing in every position eventually drives his opponents to make errors. Carlsen is currently the highest rated player in history.


    Well, I have to admit that I am not the ultimate chess player. I am just doing it in my spare time. Also I like to play with time stop and easily get bored when my partner thinks too long. But I usually like snatching Towers with Bishops
    The Gambit movement is great, too
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    The Assassin

    Assassins are all about controlled aggression. They tend to play sharp openings (especially 1.e4 as white) and look to attack the opponent's King. But their attacks are not wild or careless - everything is still governed by the objective demands of the position and exact calculation. Assassins tend to play "against the pieces" rather than "against the opponent". They won't alter their own play to try to take advantage of the opponent's psychology.

    Attacking, aggressive, calculating and calm.

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    Here's what I got

    The Prodigy is the ultimate sportsman. Prodigies play aggressively and fight for the win from the beginning to the end, but place the highest value on maintaining emotional control and utilizing every opportunity that comes their way. Prodigies are not out to prove any kinds of theories, or to create great works of art (though that often happens anyway); for Prodigies winning is everything… because winning is simply more fun.

    Magnus Carlsen (born 1990) of Norway, the current world champion, exemplifies the Prodigy. A universal player with an intuitive grasp of chess, much of Carlsen's success can be explained by his psychology which is completely unencumbered by fear. He rarely makes any kind of blunders, and plays on forever to try to win positions with the smallest advantage, or even equal ones. His endgame play is superb, and his constant pressing in every position eventually drives his opponents to make errors. Carlsen is currently the highest rated player in history.

    Recommended Openings

    White: Ruy Lopez (Spanish); Queen's Gambit
    Black: Ruy Lopez (Spanish); Sicilian Defense; Grunfeld

    Cool test and I've got to agree with that one - winning is more fun
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yamimaru View Post
    The Assassin

    Assassins are all about controlled aggression. They tend to play sharp openings (especially 1.e4 as white) and look to attack the opponent's King. But their attacks are not wild or careless - everything is still governed by the objective demands of the position and exact calculation. Assassins tend to play "against the pieces" rather than "against the opponent". They won't alter their own play to try to take advantage of the opponent's psychology.

    Attacking, aggressive, calculating and calm.
    me too

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    Ive never actually played chess with number letter lables, so I might be inaccurate on my choices. But I did a educated guess on them.

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