Game analysis

Game analysis

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One of the most important excercises is to analyze your own games - you can learn from your own mistakes. You will find even more useful materials and hints in the course I mentioned above.

How to do that?

  1. Pick the game that you want to analyze, download raw PGN (no comments), go to any analysis board, and paste it there. Do not check the engine report!
  2. Go through it without any engine's help (you can only use opening explorer to find a better way of playing at the beginning). In important moments make some comments and put some lines - do not hesitate to use chess annotation. In the end, write down your conclusions. Keep that version.

  3. Go back to the start and go through the game again, this time with the engine's help. Check every move and every comment that you made with the engine variations and its evaluation. If something was wrong, correct it (keep your comment, just mention what does the engine thinks).

  4. Make a summary, what did you do good and what was wrong. Try to think about why did you make those mistakes and how to improve them in the future.

Check that video that shows how to do that: