More advice on analysis of your own games

Nov 1, 2008, 6:25 PM |

Artur Yusupov:

  1. Find the turning points
  2. Seek the reasons for your mistakes
  3. Seek new possibilities
  4. Ponder the opening stage

Jacob Aagaard:

  1. Write down 3 new things you have learned from the game.
  2. Always write down the time spent during the game.
  3. Check the opening theory.
  4. Write down the critical moments of the game. The things you saw during the game, and what you think went wrong. Try to do this the same evening as the game.
  5. Analyze the game yourself.
  6. Check for structural assistance in Chessbase to gain additional insight
  7. Make a tournament report and a diagnosis of weaknesses
  8. Develop a training plan based on #7