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I am trying to take my play to the next level by analyzing games move by move. This is my first attempt, and I would appreciate some feedback on the accuracy (or inaccuracy) of this analysis.
Its good I must admit, but often there is more to a move than "develops the bishop". Is he collecting pressure on one point? Is he limiting movement of the opposing pieces? Is he gathering an attack? Is he actually doing a move to defend himself?
Thank you for your feedback. I see your point. I need to be more thorough about the details of the move, and avoid just being content to point out the obvious.
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