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Old July 22nd 03, 05:05 PM
kempelen
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Hi;
I am worried how peope organice their opening ideas for a fast look.
I mean: has any of you have a on-the-fly and fast "refresh ideas
notepad" for openings?. How do you built it: word processor, special
chess software,....? What do you put there? I am thinking on build an
on the fly document to easy remember main points of my collection of
opening variants ideas that I have in a lot of PGNs so when I need to
remember main points of an opening after a time without playing chess
don't look across all those PGN with variants.
thx
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Old July 23rd 03, 01:51 AM
Simon Waters
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kempelen wrote:
Hi;
I am worried how peope organice their opening ideas for a fast look.
I mean: has any of you have a on-the-fly and fast "refresh ideas
notepad" for openings?. How do you built it: word processor, special
chess software,....? What do you put there? I am thinking on build an
on the fly document to easy remember main points of my collection of
opening variants ideas that I have in a lot of PGNs so when I need to
remember main points of an opening after a time without playing chess
don't look across all those PGN with variants.


I'm not organised enough to have documented my opening plans, I largely
rely on writing comments in books (one day I'll have to get a newer copy
of MCO and spend a long time pencilling things in).

SCID, a free chess database, will turn out ECO style cross tables from a
list of games, which is probably one good method. I suspect you need
several methods as there are several different types of things to
remember about openings.
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Old August 1st 03, 09:33 PM
Jim Roe
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Default how to built a document for fast refresh of opening variants and ideas.

Chess Assistant 7.1 does all these things and more.
Operates in and chess game format. Check out thir web site.
Also check out the Total Chess training.
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Hi;
I am worried how peope organice their opening ideas for a fast look.
I mean: has any of you have a on-the-fly and fast "refresh ideas
notepad" for openings?. How do you built it: word processor, special
chess software,....? What do you put there? I am thinking on build an
on the fly document to easy remember main points of my collection of
opening variants ideas that I have in a lot of PGNs so when I need to
remember main points of an opening after a time without playing chess
don't look across all those PGN with variants.
thx



 




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