Making the most of your game analysis

Loseronthechessboard

hello,

Since i'm getting crushed OTB i stopped playing blitz (on another website) and started to play exclusively daily and 15+10 games with extra focus on analysis.
Once you identify an error, how would you do you learn the most from it? Because errors are quite contextual even if i recognise them in one particular game i don't know if i'd take the most from it in a game i play, lets say, 2 weeks after.

Here are two recent games to illustrate


How do you make the most of your errors (tactical errors with hard tactical training and strategic erros with...?)

Thank you!

Loseronthechessboard

No one? (i'm shameless to up this topic after only 5h but it is at the bottom of the second page were, i'm pretty sure, not many will look happy.png)

daxypoo
what i do is play my otb tournament games

go home after and annotate and upload them into my database

then i schedule a lesson with my coach where we spend 1hr going over those games

you have done all the prep work so i would recommend finding a coach either locally or online who will really be able to focus and pinpoint some areas that need attention
Loseronthechessboard
daxypoo a écrit :

you have done all the prep work so i would recommend finding a coach either locally or online who will really be able to focus and pinpoint some areas that need attention

Do you have an example on what your coach could pinpoint you to and what you do for it to be effective lesson? A chess coach isn't yet an option but i'd consider it if i keep getting smashed otb