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  1. 15 Dec '05 23:58
    i have asked before and my question wasnt really answered. how do i analyze, by myself no engines involved. how do i, what am i looking for, and anything else i should know. any help is great. thanks.
    -trallphaz
  2. Standard member Trains44
    Full speed locomotiv
    16 Dec '05 00:23
    Originally posted by trallphaz
    i have asked before and my question wasnt really answered. how do i analyze, by myself no engines involved. how do i, what am i looking for, and anything else i should know. any help is great. thanks.
    -trallphaz
    Read, Taskavatchchinskov's book on "analyzation of chess positions"
  3. Standard member Bowmann
    Non-Subscriber
    16 Dec '05 00:31
    Originally posted by TRAINS44
    Read, Taskavatchchinskov's book on "analyzation of chess positions"
    Here's a link:

    http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&q=Taskavatchchinskov&btnG=Google+Search&meta=
  4. 16 Dec '05 00:32
    I recommend Silmans book How to Reacess Your Chess. It assume a certain level of competancy which if you don't have you should probably be studying tactics.
  5. Standard member Bowmann
    Non-Subscriber
    16 Dec '05 00:35
    Originally posted by trallphaz
    i have asked before and my question wasnt really answered. how do i analyze, by myself no engines involved. how do i, what am i looking for, and anything else i should know. any help is great. thanks.
    -trallphaz
    Think about what you're asking. Does it make sense?
  6. Standard member Ravello
    The RudeĀ©
    16 Dec '05 00:59
    Originally posted by trallphaz
    i have asked before and my question wasnt really answered. how do i analyze, by myself no engines involved. how do i, what am i looking for, and anything else i should know. any help is great. thanks.
    -trallphaz
    I see that in another thread you ask which is the shortest check mate.......

    The best advice that I can give to you is that you need to learn some basics and some basics patterns too.
    A great site that can help you is chesscafe.com and more specifically the "Novice nook" columns,they are very useful and enjoyable to read and are righ for beginners.
    There you will surely find a lot of stuff that can help you.

    http://www.chesscafe.com/heisman/heisman.htm
  7. Standard member Bowmann
    Non-Subscriber
    16 Dec '05 01:03
    Originally posted by Ravello
    I see that in another thread you ask which is the shortest check mate.......

    The best advice that I can give to you is that you need to learn some basics and some basics patterns too.
    A great site that can help you is chesscafe.com and more specifically the "Novice nook" columns,they are very useful and enjoyable to read and are righ for beginners.
    T ...[text shortened]... ll surely find a lot of stuff that can help you.

    http://www.chesscafe.com/heisman/heisman.htm
    Don't forget my Lessons
  8. Standard member Ravello
    The RudeĀ©
    16 Dec '05 01:08 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Bowmann
    Don't forget my Lessons
    Your lessons are pretty useless for an absolute beginner like the guy who started this thread.

    In this forum he asks which is the shortest checkmate,I doubt that he'd spot a queen sac to get a double check followed by checkmate.......
  9. Standard member Bowmann
    Non-Subscriber
    16 Dec '05 01:11
    Originally posted by Ravello
    I doubt that he'd spot a queen sac to get a double check followed by checkmate.......
    Hence the lessons
  10. Standard member Bowmann
    Non-Subscriber
    16 Dec '05 01:34
    Originally posted by trallphaz
    your such an idiot. jukst because ive never analysed before dont mean im not really good. also im not an absolute begginer, ive played all my life. i started the c.m. thread to have a place for people to brag about their shortest check mates. gese
    You tell 'im, TrollFace!

    I see from your profile you like fast games. You must slow down if you really want to make better moves. But it seems to me you cannot analyze your games without higher help of some sort. If you knew how to play better, you'd already be doing that
  11. 16 Dec '05 12:34 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by Ravello
    Die,damned moron,I was trying to help you as I pointed you to an excellent site for learning purposes.
    ah always so polite and helpful ravello. btw check out how your friend TRAINS44 is doing against me...

    Game 1622917
  12. Standard member wormwood
    If Theres Hell Below
    16 Dec '05 13:06
    Originally posted by Jusuh
    ah always so polite and helpful ravello. btw check out how your friend TRAINS44 is doing against me...

    Game 1622917
    I've been checking it from time to time but still, let's save the comments untill the game ends...
  13. 16 Dec '05 13:19
    Originally posted by wormwood
    but still, let's save the comments untill the game ends...
    yeah. of course, practically, game is already over. but let the man play...
  14. Standard member gaurav2711
    walking...
    16 Dec '05 14:19
    Originally posted by Ravello
    Edit: you damned idiot,and you even dare asking why your opponent resigned after he lost the queen without compensation.......
    Thread 34761
    Yeah!!! quite a stupid question. I guess his opponent should have played on. maybe he would have won against such an idiot.