Originally posted by FabianFnas
Why not import it into a .TXT-file, and then rename it to .PGN, doesn't that work?
This method definitely works - I just tried it with Fritz 11.
You have to do a few things manually to the PGNs that RHP sends you:
Remove the intro text:
"Dear [username], You have recently requested a PGN of your games."
Remove the outro text:
"- The Red Hot Pawn Team"
The first line in your file should start with the first "[" character; and the file should end with the result of the last game included.
Make sure the file extension is ".pgn".
In Fritz/Chessbase, you need to go to Window - Database, then File - Open Database, and change the file type to PGN files.
Then browse to the file and open it. Voila!