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I used to be pretty high up on chess.com bullet (1 min), what seemed to help me the most was: Tactics, Chesstempo is a fantastic site to use but there are many. Counterintuativly, I would recommend not focussing on being fast, just go for correct solutions however long it takes you to be sure. Massively improves vision and pattern recognition. Go back over ...


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I am not an expert, but I would say blitz is 'art' part of chess. It requires a few skills to be good. Time management is obviously very important as there is not much time in a blitz game. I have few tips about time management, and you should know that most important ones are not to waste so much time in opening, not to waste too much time in forced moves ...


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Neither. The best way to advance is to play at a fixed time per move where you must wait the time before moving and when time is up you must move. In ancient times of the 50s (1950s) they played tournaments at ten seconds per move. Playing in those every week got my first OTB rating starting several hundred points higher than those who did not play ...


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There are multiple factors involved. To improve blitz you must first improve your regular chess. Clock management. You must make every move at the rate necessary to finish the game without flagging and never take more time for any move that that average. Learn to move at your time quota and not faster nor slower. Your brain. It has a maximum speed ...


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Blitz is a bit of a different chess "animal". In order to play blitz well, you need a few things, and that is great tactical vision, good time management, and some positional skill so you can make decent moves quickly in quieter positions. It also helps to be young because you think faster when you are young. The first part to getting better is obvious, and ...


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