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Thursday, January 17, 2019

HELP

I am in the middle of a game with someone and I am not a very good chess player.  I was wondering if anyone knew of an online tool that would allow me to set up my current game (5 moves each) and then get advice from a computer on what to do next.  Most of he simulations start from the beginning and do not allow you to set up a game in progress. 

Any suggestions?


Comments: 13    


1. TimChess says: Thursday, October 01, 2009
You will never become a good chess player if you let a computer make your moves ... try to think hard enough and learn from your mistakes that will do it. On chesshere computers are illegal!

2. blake78613 says: Thursday, October 01, 2009
It is illegal to get advice from a computer. However if you would like computer analysis of a position after the game is over, you can go to chesslab.com

3. natlips says: Thursday, October 01, 2009
how can I regulate the sound?

4. LooshT says: Wednesday, October 07, 2009
Stop trying to find ways to cheat..

5. mindblower says: Tuesday, October 20, 2009
you can play in real life and try your best to beat them. Goodluck and joy of playing will come and help you learn how to play or learn off your mistakes and check EVERY SINGLE PLAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

6. mindblower says: Tuesday, October 20, 2009
you can play in real life and try your best to beat them. Goodluck and joy of playing will come and help you learn how to play or learn off your mistakes and check EVERY SINGLE PLAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

7. knightsfork says: Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Letting a computer advise you of your next move will only make you weaker, because you will never learn how to think - you need to think of how each piece moves and plan a strategy on each change of your opponents unanticipated move.

8. Lemma says: Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Not during the game, as people here have said, but do use a computer (such as Fritz) to analyze all your serious games afterward. If you wish to be good, you MUST spend MORE time studying your games than playing them.

9. greygan says: Saturday, April 24, 2010
What you can do is click on the analize the board button at the side. You can go over moves and see the game in yours and your opponent's point of view.

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