Wednesday, April 29, 2009

INITIAL Thoughts: Blunder Save

I played team chess league tournament - the DATCC Chess League 2009. I won a pawn, then a piece and then  blundered the piece back. Here's how I saved the game.

The reason I created this video because it is my initial feeling of the game. I've heard an advice from a coach that you should make your initial analysis WITHOUT the use of chess engines or even consultation so as to record as many of your thoughts that were going thru your head during the game. IF you delay the analysis after even a day, there may be "thought contamination" and your analysis will contain biases since you have had time to have a secondary analysis either from yourself, opponent and/or chess engine.