How to analyze your chess game?

In a recent survey we conducted, one of the students asked the following question: “How to analyze my own chess games?”. Many players would give different answers to this question, from “Analyze the game with your opponent” to “Check the game with an engine”, yet the question remains open and ‘mysterious’.
analyze chess gameSo what is the RIGHT way to analyze your own chess game? Instead of giving the answer right away (though it’s difficult to explain this in a single article), I would like to make this process far more interesting, giving equal chance to everyone. 🙂

I would like to give you an opportunity to let us know your favourite chess game you played or any of your games you want to be analyzed.

How it works?

1) Submit your chess game (that YOU played) that you want us to analyze, in the comments section below this article.

2) Please, submit your game in text format, i.e. submit the game moves in the comments section below.

3) We will choose the game that has got maximum number of “votes” and we will analyze it for you in a video lesson.

Note: you’re also welcome to “vote” for other students’ chess game if you liked it and want it to be analyzed.

How to “vote” for a game?

You can vote for a game (i.e. a comment) by simply clicking the “Vote up” option below the comment. It will look like an arrow pointing upward – please refer to the screenshot below:
vote chessFirst, you need to have a Disqus account to vote for a game. After clicking the “Vote up” option, a pop-up window will appear. You can click “Sign up” to create a new account, or click “Login” to login using your social media account or email address.
vote chessP.S. We encourage discussion of the games – therefore, you are welcome to “Reply” to a comment/game and post your thoughts about it. 🙂 Thanks in advance and I hope to see some interesting games!

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