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Game Explorer- fine basis for analysis

DavidMMIX
Mar 6, 2016, 11:53 AM 1

I have discovered that I can use Game Explorer as a tool for quick analysis of over-the-board match games.  You fire up Explorer, follow the book until your game leaves it, and input the variations manually.  You can then paste the moves into a Notepad file.

As an example, here's a game I played this afternoon in a French league match.  The time limit was 40 moves in 90 minutes, plus 30 s/move, then 30 minutes + 30 s/move.  Very civilised!  No-one is in a hurry in rural France

Moral: "quand je ne peux pas jouer bien, je joue chanceux!"

The match was a Round 2, postponed by the FFE from 15 November 2015 as a mark of respect to the victims of the Friday 13 November terror attacks in Paris.  

Enjoy reading!  Comments, both on the game and on this use of Internet $Explorer and a way or recording scores, are very welcome.

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