Originally posted by buddy2
I'd like to know that training feature myself. Under training, Fritz does have opening training, endgames, etc, but i don't know what the training feature of complete games is. I guess z00t will answer that question.
I just looked and the database with loads of positions works well in older versions and appears out of focus in Fritz 10. For example the puzzle made by jfkmh is a common theme in the back rank exercises. Here is a screenshot of training from Capablanca-Grommer.
If you also got a set of GM games and analysed them with training selected you could have the same effect but its best to use a database of already selected positions.
The database may not come with Fritz 10 now as now all chess vendors have a "componentised" sales model. This might be part of Fritz Trainer now. However F10 has sparring, coaching as well as setting up training positions.