Originally posted by zucchiniI've very recently begun analysing my own games, and I've found this method very helpful to start off with.
I am finally starting to analyze the games I play (after I play them).
I find this very helpful, but laborious and difficult
I would appreciate hearing how others analyze their games.
I feel I do not yet have the skills to see my an ...[text shortened]... most of them.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
http://www.chesswise.com/Miganalysis.htmThank you for this reference. I looked over these articles. To summarize:
Originally posted by zucchiniYou have fritz so you have everything you need.When analysing your games,right click in the move list,this brings up a window where you can select to make a comment before or after the move you clicked.If you later save that game and reload it when you want to have another look at it,your annotations will be there.To create key positions,you go to the file menu-->select 'new'-->positon setup,you set up any position you like,make annotations if you like and simply save it.That's how it works with fritz7,I assume fritz8 will not be different.
I'm still looking for advice on analyzing games.
This is what I am doing so far:
After the game is over, I import the PGN into a ChessBase database.
I replay the game (on the computer) with analysis off, paying attention to captures.
I then replay it with analysis enabled, and I look for changes in the score of a point or more. I only analyze my c ...[text shortened]... e very helpful to me.
I would greatly appreciate any more game analysis ideas.
Originally posted by SirLoseALotNot quite, but thanks anyway.
Is this what you wanted?
Originally posted by zucchiniAha!I think you want bookup.Check it out here:
Not quite, but thanks anyway.
I think I have a handle on how to annotate and save games, but I am looking for advice regarding the process. How do I speed this up? What are good habits I can develop to make my play stronger? Maybe there is a book that offers advice?
But I am looking for a "training" function in some software. This "training" fu ...[text shortened]... rom the positions randomly. I remember reading about something like this, but can't find it.
Originally posted by KnightyThanks for your comments.