Using Chessbase to create tactics problem sets

KarlPilkington

Lets say I wanted to take all the games from my personal database and turn them into a tactics training database?

 

How do you use Chessbase to take a database of games and create a tactical problem set out of it?

Estragon

Go to the Chessbase site and search the archives, I'm sure Steve Lopez did an article on how to do this.  If I remember right you filter twice, once for material change and then for the weaker side winning within a certain # of moves.  But it was long ago, I don't recall the details.

red-lady
Estragon wrote:

Go to the Chessbase site and search the archives, I'm sure Steve Lopez did an article on how to do this.  If I remember right you filter twice, once for material change and then for the weaker side winning within a certain # of moves.  But it was long ago, I don't recall the details.

Yes, forgive him. He had too much FRENCH wine.

Estragon
red-lady wrote:
Estragon wrote:

Go to the Chessbase site and search the archives, I'm sure Steve Lopez did an article on how to do this.  If I remember right you filter twice, once for material change and then for the weaker side winning within a certain # of moves.  But it was long ago, I don't recall the details.

Yes, forgive him. He had too much FRENCH wine.

Yes, I used it to make sauce while sipping a decent Chilean.  When those have a chance to mature, France will be reduced to cheese-eating surrender monkeys.