How can I be "maxed out" on Computer Analysis if I have "unlimited" use of it? OK, I realize there is only so much software that can be dedicated to a member's computer-analyzed games, but I don't even see what the limit of my "unlimited" use is. 100 games? 50 games at once? I don't know. Please help?
perhaps chess.com has some kind of "fair use" policy, so "unlimited" is actually limited.
I'm tracking this to see if you'll get your answer.
Good question, mine is simpler:how do I get one of my game analysed? I cannot see anywhere on my screen where I can do that. I am talking about the one which is free per week. Thanks.
Go to any completed game of yours,
and click on the link that says Computer Analysis.
It's 100 games.
When I signed up for diamond, I too recall seeing that I had "unlimited computer analysis", but looking through an FAQ, I saw that it's 100 games for diamond.
here's the link:
well, this link (advertisement) says unlimited:
Looks like the membership page needs to be updated, if the KB article is correct.
100 games per week. OK, I accept that, and I still think it's worth the diamond membership price. But yeah, the ads should be changed, because right now it's just false advertising to say "unlimited access to all features," etc.
Are Chess.Com in breach of contract?
Yes they are, but the remedy is unclear.
Is a "Breach of Contract" breaking the law. I know in New Zealand it is.
No, it is a civil matter between the parties to the contract