Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Zenchess is a mensch

Zenchess seems to be some kind of chess analyzing machine. He has provided a wonderful video analysis (!) of my second game from the triumverate of games I recently posted.

Once I've studied it I will leave some detailed comments at his site.

Update: I just watched the video, and it is awesome. Some highlites: a helpful analysis of when to (or not to) push those rook pawns in the opening, instruction on how to develop more actively in the opening, helpful analysis of pawn structure and pawn moves in general with an eye to space, tactical motifs, piece activity, and some useful endgame tidbits. This hour-long analysis of a game between two amateurs will be useful to anyone struggling to get better at this mighty game. Thanks again, Zenchess. This is the kind of analysis people would gladly pay money for...


Blogger Unknown said...

I forgot to talk about g6 in some lines, although that may have been for the best, since in some lines it was complicated and I didn't have a clear idea of what was best.

12/05/2006 08:48:00 PM  
Blogger Blue Devil Knight said...

It was a nice analysis of the g6 line that was played, with you capturing the pawn on f5 with black's bishop on move 26 rather than the rook like I did...

12/05/2006 09:12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow, zenchess could like totally do videos like this and license it for chess master 15

12/05/2006 09:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

like, totally. omigod, Nezha, like you should move to the valley. it's like hottttt.

12/06/2006 02:25:00 AM  

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