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Sites with Game Analysis

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Sites with Game Analysis

Postby keithstuart » Tue Sep 23, 2003 3:38 pm

Hi all

Here I will list links to sites offering chess game analysis

If you know of any others not listed that are not to hard to register for in the case of Newspaper sites please send me a message via the messaging system on the main site

http://www.telegraph.co.uk one of the UK's main Daily Papers has a good daily chess column with the normal writer being Malcolm Pein but with Nigel Short and David Norwood doing coloumns on the weekend.

You need to register with the site but it is nothing difficult and takes only a few minutes at the most and the write ups are usually good and can feature some very good games.
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Postby keithstuart » Thu Sep 25, 2003 3:51 pm

cleenders wrote:
I recommend www.chesscafe.com I enjoyed Bareev's analysis of his game against Lautier

Quickest and easiest way to move it i think

Looks like a very nice source for analysis

I'll try and remember the Week in Chess URL later this weekend i know itis written down somewhere from last time i fiddled with my pc (i have a habit of losing favourites)
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Postby jollyjumper » Fri Oct 03, 2003 4:55 am

I hope this wont be a repost:


The link is sure well-known, but the best one I know. Most games are not analysed, but there are lots of analysed, too.

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Postby keithstuart » Tue Oct 07, 2003 11:30 am

Another link for you this time to the Week in Chess site


Also a link to the Pitt University Archives an amazing source for games by opening of even by player or era


best of all the Pitt Uni files are downloadable in which ever format you best prefer
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Postby katchum » Fri Oct 10, 2003 6:25 am

I prefer chess.fm.
There is are 3 online chess analysis every week.
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Postby ruymoultor » Fri Feb 20, 2004 7:59 pm

Some good chess sites are www.chessgames.com (HUGE database of games, 10,000+ I believe ) with lots of kibitzing. Also www.chessville.com is interesting with articles and a few annotated games.
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