A Closed Game Explodes

A Closed Game Explodes

GM GNarayanan
Apr 21, 2009, 12:00 AM |
27 | Amazing Games


Analysing our own games is very essential and perhaps one of the most important things to do in our chess preparations. There are certain ways to analyse our own games to get the maximum benefit out of it. Here is some advice:

(1) write down as much as you can remember about what you thought about at the time, and

(2) any thought your opponent shared during a Post Mortem.

(3) Leave it for a few days and come back fresh, and then analyse it with a very objective frame of
mind.

(4) Compare what you thought of during the game with what you found when you analyzed it objectively. Keep notes of what you find!

Here is my analysis of a game of mine from two years ago, where I faced a very strong opponent:

 






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