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Created on August 15, 2011 |
5700 Votes | 30 Comments
I use very rarely those tools I think you mean. I use chat quite often, and absolutely most Tactical Trainer, every time before I beginning playing sesssion.
Somewhat new to online chess and need more time to find how to navigate for help. Ignorance of computers is my problem.
What can I say... I just love this web site. Its great to see how easy is to play with somebody so far away from where you are. I have learned a lot about this magic world of chess through this site. Thanks! Regards.
@Vampyroteuthis Agreed! It would be extremely nice to save content into our Notes from the Analysis board.
Even better would be to save a Chess Diagram (such as those used in comments and articles), because that contains multiple variations. I sometimes find myself writing down the equivalent in my notes, and it just gets too tedious.
I'd love to be able to save from the Analysis Board into my Notes tab. Anyone else think this would be useful to them?
All except notes.
I want to play in tournament.
Becoz i know chess is my life. so sir plz i don't know
How can I participate in chess tournaments????????
I Hope u hlp me.....
Thank u sir/mam
I make my moves, get out of the Opening with the Explorer, I analyse occasionally.
CONDITIIONAL MOVES ARE ANNOYING*
*unless I use them
i just chat somebody else who is better than me in chess and ask for the analysis of my failed game...
conditional moves slightly more than analysis board
- i like chesspad 2 as I can explore different lines and not lose what I was looking at like you do with the analysis board, however it is quick and convenient
really though, who doesnt keep a pgn of their online long games to go over and analyse their tactics and play- how else do you become a better player?!
Notes and Conditional moves
I also play chess for fun but I'm also beginning to play chess more seriously. Now, if I need to know something more abou, say, the Reti, I have to use a database to find a "decent" (read: not too complex) game to study or just to understand something more about the strange, flank openings.
So I found the explorer useful but the database is very limited, in my opinion.
iuse all except the explorer
I have always (now over 55 years) played ches for plain intellectual fun, not for sport or any other ambitious reasons. It works only if i am pure me, not some other person or machine or library.
I use all of them!
i got chat not cheat :P
whats the point of cheating?? You gain nothing from it, in chess... But POKER, thats a different story :L
None, really. I just make my moves and maybe cheat a bit
I reckon 27% read the first option as that ;)
The survey, in my opinion, is poorly designed. Someone may use the analysis board and notes for example, without using the explorer.
As it happens, I have used all of the tools at one point or another, but I could imagine different combinations of usage than those offered. (For the four tools listed, there are 16 combinations of usage possible, but only six combinations offered).
Conditional moves save time. Let's say the opening goes 1.e4 g6, then you can play 2.d4, and immediately add "and if black plays 2...Bg7, I play 3.Nc3". Then Black can move again right away and the game goes faster.
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