Recently, I have gotten back into playing chess, and watching my sister play games. As I've played and watch others play, there is something I've observed that I feel I must discuss. So, I will write about it here:
There are two types of chess-playing that matter to every player, no matter what level, age, or rank. I will define them here.
Good Chess is when a player is focusing on everything on the board, every piece in every area.
Bad Chess is when a player is focused on a single spot on the board; this usually occurs if there is an area where pieces are being attacked, or if the player has a specific strategy in mind, etc.
Now, Good Chess is not always good, and Bad Chess is not always bad. These are simply names I have chosen. Good Chess can be bad if a player is too busy focusing on the entire board, and not a single important section (