How To Analyze Your Own Chess Games

How To Analyze Your Own Chess Games

TigerChess
TigerChess
Jan 1, 2017, 12:00 AM |
0 | For Beginners

It's never easy to critique yourself. After all, how can you know where you went wrong? Revisiting your own games, looking for areas to improve is a difficult task. In this series, we've employed our most self-depreciating experts to show you the proper way to analyze your own games!

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How To Analyze Your Own Games 1: Vs GM Atalik We know you want pawn structure, and we know you want live sessions... but you also need to go over your own games! IM Daniel Rensch is back in the video making business this weekend with a new series. He joins you in the task of reviewing and critiquing your own play, searching for mistakes and patterns along the way, with the ultimate goal of "finding chess improvement." Danny plays the role of the "evil kid" in this epic battle. Enjoy! 

How To Analyze Your Own Games 2: Vs IM Yang Good technique requires accurate calculation at all times! IM Rensch is reminded of this important fact in his game against young star IM Darwin Yang. Danny was seeking revenge against Yang, but comes up a little short when he loses his focus in the critical moment. This highly interesting Classical French is sharp, tricky, and full of fun! Take notes and learn vicariously through Danny's mistakes...

How To Analyze Your Own Games 3: Vs IM Sevillano! Learn how to recognize the key moments from your games during post game analysis! Though nothing in chess is a perfect science, International Master Rensch breaks down his recommended system for the critiquing of your own play in the critical moments of your games. In this battle, Danny faces off against a familiar opponent and executes well in these transition stages to squeak out the victory! 

How To Analyze Your Own Games: For Beginners! Chess players develop many good "critical thinking" skills as they continue to improve. Perhaps none more important or useful than the ability to self-assess, self-evaluate, and ultimately, determine what plans of action to take in order to improve upon their weaknesses! IM Pruess, provides a great starter video for beginners to learn how to do just that!

How To Analyze Your Own Games: Beginner To Intermediate Level Players David's recommended theories for how to get the most out of your "self evaluations" and studies continues today! IM David Pruess provides slightly more advanced examples when compared to his first installment, and focuses on the key points of how to draw conclusions from your post-mortem reviews, how to start recognizing patterns in your mistakes and where to go from there!


 

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