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Old July 22nd 03, 05:20 PM
Bob Durrett
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Default Help with analysis


"woodpusher" wrote in message
...
The slav what can I say!

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A place to have fun and study the London,
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"Tony Harmon" wrote in message
m...
All,

I really don't know how to go about analyzing my game. Except for

missing
the mate threat by 26.Rd6 with Nc5 to follow I'm not sure what to look

for
or how. Can anyone help out?

Thanks,
Tony

[Event "FICS rated standard game"]
[Site "FICS, Fremont, California USA"]
[Date "2002.10.16"]
[Time "20:27:02"]
[Round "-"]
[White "atharmon"]
[Black "X"]
[WhiteElo "0"]
[BlackElo "1209"]
[TimeControl "2700+0"]
[Mode "ICS"]
[Result "1-0"]

1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 3. Nc3 dxc4 4. Nf3 Nf6 5. Bg5 Nfd7 6. e4 f6 7. Bf4 Nb6
8. Be2 e5 9. dxe5 N8d7 10. e6 Nc5 11. Qxd8+ Kxd8 12. Rd1+ Ke7 13. Bc7

Bxe6
14. Nd4 Na6 15. Bxb6 axb6 16. Nxe6 Kxe6 17. Bxc4+ Ke5 18. Bxa6 bxa6 19.

O-O
f5 20. f4+ Kf6 21. e5+ Ke6 22. Rd3 Bc5+ 23. Kh1 b5 24. Rfd1 b4 25. Na4

Bf2
26. Rd6+ Ke7 27. Rd7+ Kf8 28. Rd8+ Ke7 29. R1d7+ Ke6 30. Rd6+ Ke7 31.

R8d7+
Ke8 32. Rxg7 Rd8 33. Rxd8+ Kxd8 34. Rb7 Kc8 35. Rxb4 Rd8 36. g3 Be1 37.

Rc4
h6 38. Rxc6+ Kb7 39. Rxh6 Rd4 40. Nc5+ Ka7 41. e6 Bb4 42. Rh7+ Kb6 43.

e7
Bxc5 44. e8=Q Rd1+ 45. Kg2 Rd2+ 46. Kh3 Rxb2 47. Qb8+ Kc6
{Black resigns} 1-0







I looked at the game briefly and discovered that it is filled with a LARGE
number of tactical errors. This indicates that both players desperately
need to work on their tactics above all else. The recommendations for doing
that given elsewhere in this bulletin board are all good and should be
pursued.

If you wish to study that specific game more, I suggest getting a chess
engine [any will do] and get that computer program to show you the tactical
errors. A strong chess player could do that as well, and would be able to
communicate a lot better if one-on-one. Don't waste your time looking at
anything else, other than tactics.

IMHO

Bob D.


  #2  
Old August 1st 03, 09:30 PM
Jim Roe
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Default Help with analysis

Chess Assistant 7.1 can analize your games easily.
It can search for simple blunders right up to a very complete analysis
It accepst any chess game format.

Fritz 8 does the same but CA7.1 offers so much more
for someone at your level. It and Total Chess Training are my
teachers. Check their web site.
"Bob Durrett" wrote in message
...

"woodpusher" wrote in message
...
The slav what can I say!

--
http://members.shaw.ca/chess4us/

A place to have fun and study the London,
Caro-Kann and the Slav.

"Tony Harmon" wrote in message
m...
All,

I really don't know how to go about analyzing my game. Except for

missing
the mate threat by 26.Rd6 with Nc5 to follow I'm not sure what to look

for
or how. Can anyone help out?

Thanks,
Tony

[Event "FICS rated standard game"]
[Site "FICS, Fremont, California USA"]
[Date "2002.10.16"]
[Time "20:27:02"]
[Round "-"]
[White "atharmon"]
[Black "X"]
[WhiteElo "0"]
[BlackElo "1209"]
[TimeControl "2700+0"]
[Mode "ICS"]
[Result "1-0"]

1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 3. Nc3 dxc4 4. Nf3 Nf6 5. Bg5 Nfd7 6. e4 f6 7. Bf4

Nb6
8. Be2 e5 9. dxe5 N8d7 10. e6 Nc5 11. Qxd8+ Kxd8 12. Rd1+ Ke7 13. Bc7

Bxe6
14. Nd4 Na6 15. Bxb6 axb6 16. Nxe6 Kxe6 17. Bxc4+ Ke5 18. Bxa6 bxa6

19.
O-O
f5 20. f4+ Kf6 21. e5+ Ke6 22. Rd3 Bc5+ 23. Kh1 b5 24. Rfd1 b4 25. Na4

Bf2
26. Rd6+ Ke7 27. Rd7+ Kf8 28. Rd8+ Ke7 29. R1d7+ Ke6 30. Rd6+ Ke7 31.

R8d7+
Ke8 32. Rxg7 Rd8 33. Rxd8+ Kxd8 34. Rb7 Kc8 35. Rxb4 Rd8 36. g3 Be1

37.
Rc4
h6 38. Rxc6+ Kb7 39. Rxh6 Rd4 40. Nc5+ Ka7 41. e6 Bb4 42. Rh7+ Kb6 43.

e7
Bxc5 44. e8=Q Rd1+ 45. Kg2 Rd2+ 46. Kh3 Rxb2 47. Qb8+ Kc6
{Black resigns} 1-0







I looked at the game briefly and discovered that it is filled with a LARGE
number of tactical errors. This indicates that both players desperately
need to work on their tactics above all else. The recommendations for

doing
that given elsewhere in this bulletin board are all good and should be
pursued.

If you wish to study that specific game more, I suggest getting a chess
engine [any will do] and get that computer program to show you the

tactical
errors. A strong chess player could do that as well, and would be able to
communicate a lot better if one-on-one. Don't waste your time looking at
anything else, other than tactics.

IMHO

Bob D.




 




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