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anyone willing to analyse my games and explain where im lagging and how to improve

  • #1

    I need help improving in chess someone who can explain where I'm lagging behind and to improve that part ..

    .Heres one of my last game  https://www.chess.com/analysis-board-editor?diagram_id=3672370

  • #2
    1vishal wrote:

    I need help improving in chess someone who can explain where I'm lagging behind and to improve that part ..

    .Heres one of my last game  https://www.chess.com/analysis-board-editor?diagram_id=3672370

    That link goes to a game you won. Most people seek help with their losses.
    Surely, the reason is not hard to understand.
    At any rate, is there a particular position you had trouble with? Like the one here after your move 16,
    when your opponent threatens to take advantage of all the holes you have made for him.
    Fortunately for you, he never brought his rooks into the game until it was too late.



  • #3

      I'm currently focusing on improving my opening so I thought of sharing my best games so I can recognize what I have to focus which part mainly while playing ...cz after playing a blunder I could blame on that but I wanna reduce my inaccuracies in opening part first ...so ill be have better foundation for the middle games ...

     

     

     

     

  • #4

    Yes, inaccuracies, indeed. You tend to make small positional mistakes.

  • #5

    Your opening was not good, which is natural: At your class, the opponent will get out of book soon, and you will have to figure out how to play by yourself. Unfortunately, your positional understanding is still poor. Some questions on your game:

     

    1. Why did you play 6.a4?

    2. What's the point behind 12.Ba3?

    3. What is the threat/plan behind the move 15.f5?

     

    There are more than that, but we have to start from somewhere.

  • #6

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  • #7

    my understanding is definitely poor sir ..

    that's searching for a mentor for helping me out here ..

    my idea of playing a4 on sixth move was I that I   was expecting him to move b5 so I wasn't interested in exchanging as cXb5 or allowing him to play bXc4 so  as to stop him playing b5 I did so

  • #8

    Ba3 wasn't a better move for sure my bishop wasn't doing any task over there ...

    I did it just to stop the knight being placed on nb4 as being there it would stop me from playing Qc3 ..

    these were my big mistakes cz Qc2 is normally played in English opening when centre is unlocked or it is sort of open game and and Qc2 and Qb2 I  would not mind playing Qb2 if he would play nb4 as his knight would of no use being there then

  • #9

    f5 was played so as to prevent Ne5 from where he could have re treated to Ng6

  • #10

        

        Before you are able to benefit from the help others will give you , you have to do your own personal work first.Without personal work you can't improve anyway.

      The first thing to do is play long time control games(at least 30 min).You need to think and do "thinking mistakes".That will reveal your deficiencies.Without defining your deficiencies you can't improve.Ideally , look for better players than you(at least 200 points higher rated) because you need to see the punishment of your mistakes on the board.

        The second to do is post the game with your analysis and your thoughts(no engine).That will reveal even more deficiencies that you will be able to correct.Then people can help.You can hope to improve if you learn just one thing from every game and you play at least 3 long time control games every week against better opponents(not easy but not that difficult either).

       

  • #11

    First, 6... b5 would have not been possible anyway, since 7. cxb5 axb5 8. Nxb5 loses a pawn for Black.
    Second, with 6. a3, 9. f3 and 12. Ba3 You rendered both Your Bishops basically useless.

  • #12

    DeirdreSkye wrote:

        

        Before you are able to benefit from the help others will give you , you have to do your own personal work first.Without personal work you can't improve anyway.

      The first thing to do is play long time control games(at least 30 min).You need to think and do "thinking mistakes".That will reveal your deficiencies.Without defining your deficiencies you can't improve.Ideally , look for better players than you(at least 200 points higher rated) because you need to see the punishment of your mistakes on the board.

        The second to do is post the game with your analysis and your thoughts(no engine).That will reveal even more deficiencies that you will be able to correct.Then people can help.You can hope to improve if you learn just one thing from every game and you play at least 3 long time control games every week against better opponents(not easy but not that difficult either).

       

    Really thankful to you sir.... Ill be taking that seriously and will definitely working out with such mindset for sure... Normally i play min around 5-10 games daily (even more than that) but a mentor will definitely work more in my case i think cz sometimes i dont get it what would be a better move cz like im playing english opening now if i play good moves in starting i wont be able to learn excellent moves of that time in opening cz playing English allows my opponent to play a lots of choices which i may not be aware how to tackle....
  • #13

    szaszzo66 wrote:

    First, 6... b5 would have not been possible anyway, since 7. cxb5 axb5 8. Nxb5 loses a pawn for Black.
    Second, with 6. a3, 9. f3 and 12. Ba3 You rendered both Your Bishops basically useless.

    Yes after analysing this i can understand it now thats the reason im looking for someone who could b my mentor cz i miss certain things like I played a4 n wasnt aware it was of no use...
  • #14

    The best choice for a beginner are Double King's Pawn openings: 1. e4 e5.

  • #15

    szaszzo66 wrote:

    First, 6... b5 would have not been possible anyway, since 7. cxb5 axb5 8. Nxb5 loses a pawn for Black.
    Second, with 6. a3, 9. f3 and 12. Ba3 You rendered both Your Bishops basically useless.

    Sir I dont like my knight being exchanged or letting the bishop stay at that position so i thought may be wont stay there cz bishop after playing f3 was of no use over there, later on it may came in action though... Will be looking forward for your guidance and tips so i can improve... Thanks for helping me out...
  • #16

    szaszzo66 wrote:

    The best choice for a beginner are Double King's Pawn openings: 1. e4 e5.

    But ill have to learn so many traps which i may fall for thats why i started playing english so as to avoid all those traps...
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