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Does anyone know, is it possible to have chess.com analyse games played elsewhere? Like @ regular tournaments...
Unfortunately not-it's a good suggestion though.
it's a great feature request.
Is it not possible to play it out with a friend here unrated then summit for analysis ?
you hucker :) it is but what a hussle over supposedly simple function
Yeah, hopefully you guys make it for us, maybe even soon. I’m using Fritz to analyze my games but I like the one from chess.com, it's more descriptive and deep.
Hope this features comes out soon.
Yes. I hope this come out.
It's still not able in Computer Analysis.
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why is ruy lopez considered the strongest
by zborg a few minutes ago
Mentor type thing
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Yet another victim of the French Advance!
by skotheim2 10 minutes ago
What is the worst first move for White? The UNBIASED thread, all trolls welcome
by Garrus_Vakarian 11 minutes ago
Michael Adams solved the French yesterday
by LoekBergman 12 minutes ago
what can I do??
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Is there any chance that a 1300 rated player can beat a 2700 rated player?
by skotheim2 20 minutes ago
Your favourite opening?
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Am i a positional player
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