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I've always been a chessbase user however I'm sure there are several people out there that prefer chess assistant for their game recording / opening study / analysis needs.
I've never tried chess assistant, the main reason I started using chessbase was because it was the most popular one at the time (probably still is) and by trialing it with chessbase light (free version) I was impressed by its functionality.
I now use chessbase 9 and looking at upgrading to 10 in the near future.
Does chessbase have analysis features? Because I'm considering whether to get chess assistant or chessbase.
No--unless you have a chess engine, such as a Rybka or Fritz 9-11. Its emperical to have fritz or chess engine to anaylze chess data
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