I agree with Timi and Teddy. Whenever I'm at a disadvantage and don't immediately see a solution, or if I don't see a really good move right away.. I chalk it up to: Okay, I'll look at it at a different perspective tomorrow and see what I can come up with.
Mindset has a lot to do with the game. Sometimes I feel like I'm seeing every really good move and playing amazing, then sometimes I feel like I'm a headless chicken running around doing really stupid moves. It's why I like team games. In 1v1 if I'm in a very low mood then I'm not going to play well. In 2v2 if I'm in a low mood.. I can just talk to my teammate a bit and shake it off.
Anyways to everyone who looks back at their turn they made and cries a bit on the inside because of how the risky move didn't work..
Edited 12/21/2013 00:54:54