Ok, so my boss is 32 years old and has been a chess champion since he was 12.
He keeps challenging me to agame of chess because I am pretty good. I haven't played in 4 years so I am a little rusty.
Last week, he has slayed me within 15 minutes.
Today, I did much better less than 10 minutes of studying. I still lost though.
He had a knight, a bishop, a king, 4 pawns. I had a rook, a king and 3 pawns.
Whereas last week I lost eveyrthing and he nearly had all of his pieces. Do you think a chess champion can be beatable after a few practices?
- No. ImpossibleVote A
- It can be done.Vote B
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probably not, you could have beaten him in the first game, because underestimation means a lot in chess. You go for the easy killer move or the late game moves. If he goes for easy killer and you are a lot better than he assumed, then he's in big shit.
If he defeated you in 3-4 matches that means he knows your level, but you don't know his beause you haven't defeated him yet.0