Chess Analysis Tools

Chess Analysis Tools
- Index - - Chess Analysis ToolsThis page contains information about a variety of chess analysis tools to help you improve your knowledge and understanding of your games.

COA [Beta v1.0] Analysis

Chess Openings Teaser - Chess Openings Analyzer Beta v1.0

The Chess Openings Analyzer (COA) [Beta v1.0] was a bit of an experiment, commissioned specifically to try and speed up analysis of Openings, based on Yasser Seirawan's Opening Strategy
(« see left).

Openings already analyzed include:

  1. Well-known 'Named Openings';
  2. Gambit Openings;
  3. Irregular Openings;
Learn more about COA [Beta v1.0]

Fritz Chess Software

Chess Analysis Tools - Fritz Chess Software

Fritz Chess software is the result of the combined efforts of Chess database compilers "ChessBase" and Chess game programmers Frans Morsch and Mathias Feist.

Use Fritz to analyze your games and let the chess engine find tactically superior moves.

Learn more about Fritz

Chess Openings Teaser - Crafty Chess Software

Crafty is a free, open-source computer chess program developed by Dr. Robert M. Hyatt. Crafty is constantly being improved by a small team of contributors, including Dr. Hyatt.

Crafty was recommended to me by Ken Wilsdon (my mentor whose discussions helped refine the Advanced Beginner's Chess Guide).

Learn More about Crafty

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