Originally posted by RahimKI do what you do: make an algebraic notation of my coming move possibilities.
I like what your doing. It very hard to stick with it but its great. Here's one which might help you if you can stick with it.
After each move you make except opening, Write down the variation you think the game will follow and who you think is winning moving the pieces in your head. Then after the game, check it with your computer. It helps you see furthe ...[text shortened]... .exd4 (7.Nxd4 c5 8.Nf3 Qxd1 9.Rxd1 =)
7...Qxd4 (8.Nxd4 c5 9.Nf3 Be6 =)
Originally posted by RahimKand what does 'I write stopping them' mean? Personally with CC, just drop it into Chessbase and I'm fine. For games on this site, the analyze board feature is good. If I cant fit all my notes in the notebook, then I don't save them all.
What does that have to do with anything?
Originally posted by Wibble Wobblewhat's wrong with my plan?
I want to see what other people think like (in chess!!!) and how they would organise - eg - the notebook.
I list all my +/- and his =/-. Then i make a plan for each of us and write my conclusion at the bottom
Please post your notebook type notes, from previous games, games you are playing, or a position you just made up. Here is a notebook I have
Bplan d5 break after 0-0-0,c6
Make use of the open f+h files and plant a knt on f5"[/b]
Originally posted by TestriderEverything
what's wrong with my plan?
win a pawn by Bxg5
(instead of castling)