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Fritz 13 for analysis

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  • #2

    I don't have Fritz at all, but from my past experience it is better to analyze by yourself without the computer, and than analyze with the computer. 

    This method:

    -Shows how you think, and can help correct this

    -Shows how you analyze, and how you can avoid making the mistake.

    -Of course, it shows you the blunders, inaccuracies, etc made by you and your opponent.

    Sorry I wasn't able to help with the technical stuff.

  • #3

    lol.....I have the Fritz package cos I play on playchess.com

    Yes I think I will start to use  chess.com computer analysed games.

    Cheers for the replies.....

  • #4

    The ONLY way to improve is analysing all your games , won, lost or drawn, as extensively as possible, WITHOUT ANY ENGINE AID.

    Only after you have analysed them by yourself and made a few conclusions (right or wrong, does not matter at that stage) you can consult a master, or an engine for proofing of your ideas.

  • #5
    Pfren, I think this is really good advice. I've just realised that I rigorously analyse each game with Fritz, but I don''t really take in the results and learn from them. What is the best way to analyse your own games if doing it without computer help? Thanks John
  • #6

    In fritz 12 there is a menu called "analysis".You choose this menu,then the option "full analysis" and a window with options opens.You choose the time you want for the analysis and wait until the game is analysed.After that you can save the game with the annotation.


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