It is so much easier to keep track of games by having many types of databases, and icons to visually sort them, along with being able to sort by icons. We will take a look at some of the ways chessbase can make life easier for everyone.
It can help beginners, and pros who earn a living competing in tournaments. It can help chess club members, club directors, parents, kids, even those running after school chess programs. Chessbase can benefit casual players who only play once a week, or... serious players wanting a GM title and 2800 elo FIDE.
You can save chess.com games into a database to help play better, with study and pattern recognition. See how a database can increase your rating, by having learned more patterns.
Chessbase can be used by aspiring coaches, trainers, teachers, tutors, and those who want to use it for chess marketing, PR, promotion, ads, exhibitions, demos, non profit groups, club management, and much much more!
We will cover how to do a service business with databases and engines. Use it to build a non profit business also, besides playing chess much better. We live in a modern world. I will be showing the stock market of chess, using chessbase to show the ups and downs of investments.
You will learn how to work with multiple database programs and use them together to do things one program alone could never do. You will see how chessbase can be your "executive assistant" for a helper and do more faster and easier.
It will be a fun time as well. You will see how to use chessbase in a club to index games by player age, ability, rating, interests, etc. thus making it easier and faster to pair up players for different reasons; such as training games, advice, practice, etc. You can key up the data in a flash and know who is good at what, who plays which opening, middlegames, endings patterns, as well as a host of other things it can sort. How much easier it is to answer visitors questions if you have chessbase telling you who did what; when and how often, how long ago, etc.
We will cover all this in future blogs, as well as how to increase membership and make money with chessbase as a tool for a chess business as a service provider. It works great on sites like chess.com to index all these games too.
You can use it to index games of players here and learn better how they play. Then you can practice against the computer or similar opponents, before facing those really good players.
You will look smarter too, as well as be impressive, win more friends. "Afriend in need is a friend in deed". You might help players here or in your chess club prep for games and they become either grateful or dependant on you again and again. You can tell them ways to win based on an underof patterns and statistics; something that will apply to many games, regardless of what moves opponents try or make up.