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Post game analysis1

  1. 1. Post-Game Study Guide List the moves you made which were serious errors. For each BLUNDER, write a better move. 1. Mark any of the items below that were factors in these blunders. 2. Review again your first 12 moves. Did at least 8 of them help you to fight for control of the center? 7. Yes ❑ No ❑ Did you castle?3. Yes ❑ No ❑ Did you use BOTH of your knights?4. Yes ❑ No ❑ Did you use BOTH of your bishops?5. Yes ❑ No ❑ Did you use BOTH of your rooks?6. Yes ❑ No ❑ Write the 2 or 3 moves that you think were most important for determining who won the game. Why were these moves important? 11. ❑ Playing too fast ❑ Not seeing a possible capture ❑ Not seeing a possible check ❑ Allowing your pieces to be blocked in ❑ Allowing the king to be chased or trapped before castling ❑ Being caught off guard by a pin ❑ Being caught off guard by a fork ❑ Being caught by a discovered attack ❑ Being caught by a back-rank attack List any moves you made to keep your opponent’s pieces from entering your territory. 8. List any moves you made to open or take control of paths for an attack on the opponent’s king. 9. On your score sheet, circle the 3 moves that you think were your strongest. Good job! 10. Did you record the game accurately enough to be able to replay it? 12. Yes ❑ No ❑ Version 1.0 Copyright © 2002 Prof. Chester Nuhmentz, Jr. www.professorchess.com • Complete this form after replaying a game you recorded. • Staple your score sheet to this form when finished. • When possible, review your games with a coach or stronger player. • Use what you’ve learned to play stronger in your next game!

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