Aronian – Kramnik Post Game Analysis

It’s interesting to see the two discussing a game from their match. This doesn’t always happen at this level because the players don’t want to give anything away. But in this case the match is a kind of training event.

Some interesting insights can be gained from a post mortem, both your own and those of other people. And today’s improvement tip is to watch future opponents indulge in post mortem analysis because you can learn a lot about them. In the days when I played in round robin tournaments this was particularly useful.

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Nigel Davies is an International Chess Grandmaster living in St. Helens in the UK. The winner of 15 international tournaments he is also a former British U21 and British Open Quickplay Champion and has represented both England and Wales on several occasions. These days Nigel teaches chess through his chess training web site, Tiger Chess, which has articles, recommendations, a monthly clinic, videos and courses. His students include his 15 year old son Sam who is making rapid progress with his game. Nigel has written a number of chess books that are available at Amazon: