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Old January 22nd 04, 09:34 AM
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In the database mode (F12) in Fritz 8 there are several columns with
information: ECO code, date, result, number of moves. On the right is
a column that tells what the game contain:

V = variations
C = commentary
A = graphic annotations

etc

R = a "repertoire" game.



My question is: What exactly does Fritz mean by a "repertoir" game?



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My question is: What exactly does Fritz mean by a "repertoir" game?



From the help file:

Import analysis into openings book


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Menu Edit Openings book Add priority analysis
imports the variations of a specified database and marks the moves as
preferred tournament moves. In effect, the program is learning from the
analysis of the grandmasters. The analysis is incorporated as (green)
tournament moves. In the dialog box that appears you can specify how the
individual lines will be treated:

Repertoire White: Every white move becomes a tournament move, black
moves are ignored.

Repertoire Black: Every black move becomes a tournament move, white
moves are ignored.



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No Spam Please skrev:
In the database mode (F12) in Fritz 8 there are several columns with
information: ECO code, date, result, number of moves. On the right is
a column that tells what the game contain:

V = variations
C = commentary
A = graphic annotations

etc

R = a "repertoire" game.



My question is: What exactly does Fritz mean by a "repertoir" game?


It's simply a game with (a lot) of variations; variations inside
variantions, and the "repertoire" means that, with that many variations,
it's supposingly a game for "somebodys" (opening)repertoire; a
repertoiregame.
When merging a lot of games, and save them into a singel, you get a
"repertoire" game, or if you put a bunch of merged variations, you'll
also get one.
How many variations needed for a "V" to become "r", I haven't checked,
but gamelenght plays a part too.
As with the other letters, a little "r" means less than the uppercase "R".
You can also consider a repertoiregame as a game made out of several others.

HD

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Old January 22nd 04, 11:43 PM
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It's simply a game with (a lot) of variations; variations inside
variantions, and the "repertoire" means that, with that many
variations, it's supposingly a game for "somebodys"
(opening)repertoire; a repertoiregame.
When merging a lot of games, and save them into a singel, you get a
"repertoire" game, or if you put a bunch of merged variations, you'll
also get one.



You are right. I stand corrected.


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