09 January 2012

Walking Through a Chess Game

Sometimes I wish I hadn't Been There, Done That. An example is Walk Through Korchnoi - Kasparov, Olympiad, Lucerne 1982, which I added to my page on Improve Your Chess Game. I created only two pages using the same Walk Through style, based on an About.com technique called step-by-step. The software allowed a maximum of 10 steps, each with a single diagram.

After completing the two pages, I determined that the notes between the diagrams were too difficult to follow without having a board at hand. Later on I switched to the Every Move Explained style (also found under Improve Your Game). That technique worked much better.

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