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gibo ♡ 53 ( +1 | -1 )
Just bought fritz 7 I bought it over fritz 8 because i can get it for half the price. Anyway i can't seem to find the area where i can just type in games that i've played at it can analysis it? how do i do that? Also i played an engine tournament with fritz 7 fritz 5.32 and crafty and comet but the problem is i only have one openings book fritz 7, so i got them all to use it cause i dont know how to set up one for them each is this the right thing to do? Anyway in the tournament they're all pretty equal often ending in interest knight and pawn endings.
kremator ♡ 8 ( +1 | -1 )
analyzing See the thread on gameknot related forums by batman 255. I wrote the process there.
gibo ♡ 3 ( +1 | -1 )
ok but my game is not a gameknot game
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kremator ♡ 18 ( +1 | -1 )
: You can simply play your whole game through fritz and then analyze it. Or if it was an online game select the notation and then copy into the fritz and analyze it.
gibo ♡ 27 ( +1 | -1 )
im sorry this does not work fritz does not give me any area to do this when i go to analysis and full analaysis it just plays through a game in the database. It does not give me an area to put in the game, it should be much easier than this.
gibo ♡ 13 ( +1 | -1 )
also i would like to add i have chessmaster 8000 and the analysis on that is absolutely hopeless i do hope fritz is better.
noswonky ♡ 34 ( +1 | -1 )
Start a new game and then select "infinite analysis" mode from the "Game" menu (if I remember correctly). In this mode it just lets you make moves for both sides and analyses the current position. You can just ignore the analysis until you've input the whole games and then use the regular analysis functions.
ctrl-reset ♡ 57 ( +1 | -1 )
Start a database Gibo,

First open the database window. Click on New to create a new database, call it whatever you like. It then becomes your new default database. Leave the database window open.

Copy your game. I presume it's in PGN format, just select the whoe notation and copy it (Ctrl-C)

Go back to Fritz. Press Ctrl-V to paste the game. Press Ctrl-S to save the game. Go through the infinite analysis mode as noswonky said, then press Ctrl-R to replace the game with the changes made.

badjessie ♡ 23 ( +1 | -1 )
so you can also just use this to play your whole game . that way you do not have to figure out what move to make . I think maybe a few players are doing that . its not legal but what do they care , later
gibo ♡ 18 ( +1 | -1 )
also i want to play the siclian kan as black against fritz 7. so how can i set that out, insted of starting in the normal starting position i want to start the game after the moves, e4 c5 nf3 e6 d4 cd4 nd4 a6
verticalchess ♡ 24 ( +1 | -1 )
How about you open the box and read the book inside called a manual - its purpose is to help you understand how to use the chess program it came with. Much more effecient method then posting every question in this thread.

Just a suggestion
hardcorepawn ♡ 6 ( +1 | -1 )
Perhaps it didnt come with one that was why it was half price ;)

and anyway, who reads the manuals :)