How a 2700+ GM analyzes his own games – GM Vidit Gujrathi

In this highly instructive video, India no.2 GM Vidit Gujrathi shows you the art of analyzing your own games. Vidit discusses his encounter against the experienced Slovak GM Ľubomír Ftáčnik from the Czech League 2019 with IM Sagar Shah. First, the super GM speaks about his feelings about the game, and critical moments on an actual chess board, and later on he checks his analysis with the help of an engine on ChessBase 15.

What makes this video truly unique is that Vidit has not analyzed this game of his with an engine before shooting the video. Whatever he discusses here are just his own thoughts. This gives you an insight into how a 2700+ GM analyzes his own games and how he makes use of engines to learn and become a stronger player overall. It is an hour long video, but watching it closely is sure to benefit you as a chess player and teach you the art of analyzing your own games.

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Video: Sagar Shah

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  1. I have to be honest with myself also critical about my choice… Wow, this guy is so down to earth. Video is absolutely beautiful learnt a lot. ❤❤

  2. these are the best lessons they can give us and the humility and beauty of the game simply grateful

  3. Very nice explanation, this shows that even a GM still need to learn a lot.

  4. Very instructive! Wish to have more videos like this 🙂

  5. Wonderful video. Thank you to both for taking the time to do it, and for sharing it.

  6. Nothing excites jaded Grandmasters more than a theoretical novelty.

  7. form where i can buy like this type wooden chess board.

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