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Re: Answers for some frequently asked questions (FAQ)

PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2012 4:36 am
by newba
Wonderful topic. Every country forum should translate that topics you listed and make one similar to this.
:clap:

Re: Answers for some frequently asked questions (FAQ)

PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2012 5:16 pm
by johncenaa
newba wrote:Wonderful topic. Every country forum should translate that topics you listed and make one similar to this.
:clap:



Thank you!

Re: Answers for some frequently asked questions (FAQ)

PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2012 12:57 am
by newba
johncenaa wrote:
newba wrote:Wonderful topic. Every country forum should translate that topics you listed and make one similar to this.
:clap:



Thank you!


You're welcome!

Also, I started translating the topics to portuguese, and I'm using yours as guide (A) :dance:

Re: Answers for some frequently asked questions (FAQ)

PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2012 7:13 pm
by viktornielsen
I would like to study an opening, however in my game history, i don't know how to find a special opening, any methods to do that? So I can analyse the games with that opening my next tournament opponent is playing.

Re: Answers for some frequently asked questions (FAQ)

PostPosted: Mon Mar 26, 2012 1:39 pm
by newba
viktornielsen wrote:I would like to study an opening, however in my game history, i don't know how to find a special opening, any methods to do that? So I can analyse the games with that opening my next tournament opponent is playing.

Viktornielsen, to analyse an opening is a very complex task. I can recommend you to search for openings websites on the internet, and learn the principles for each individual opening, see where you mistook it, etc.
Anyway, if you want to analyse a game or try analysing the openings, you gotta do some stuff:
• First of all, get your game PGN. You can do so by entering a game at your game history and then clicking the disk icon, top-right corner
• Once you saved the PGN, you'll need an analysing program/engine. You can buy those and install at your computer, then open the PGN file
• If you can't afford to buy a program, just enter this site and try analysing from the PGN you saved or just by repeating the game until the position you want to be analysed
• I also suggest you stock up some cubits and rent some videos from ChessCube. Dude, these are hot! :dance:

Well, there are some good terraqueous ways. Cheers! ;)

Re: Answers for some frequently asked questions (FAQ)

PostPosted: Wed May 02, 2012 1:21 pm
by knightattack
nice..really helpfull

Re: Answers for some frequently asked questions (FAQ)

PostPosted: Tue May 22, 2012 12:23 am
by phredd
Hi,
I am having trouble logging in to the site. I haven't been on properly for a while, but when I try to log in now, it just gets stuck saying "Logging in stage 2 of 2 0%" And does not go any further.

There oviously isn't a prob;em with the username/password, because when i clicked the 'get help' link, it took me to these forums, where i was signed in...

Any advice?

Thanks

Re: Answers for some frequently asked questions (FAQ)

PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2012 4:32 pm
by knightattack
phredd wrote:Hi,
I am having trouble logging in to the site. I haven't been on properly for a while, but when I try to log in now, it just gets stuck saying "Logging in stage 2 of 2 0%" And does not go any further.


Try This..
1. Clear cookies of your browser..
2.update your flash player
Then try to LOGIN
IF nothing happen then try...
LOGIN with different browser

Re: Answers for some frequently asked questions (FAQ)

PostPosted: Thu Jun 07, 2012 3:29 pm
by bigbamer
how do you add friends on chess cube
:S

Re: Answers for some frequently asked questions (FAQ)

PostPosted: Sat Jun 09, 2012 2:57 pm
by knightattack
bigbamer wrote:how do you add friends on chess cube
:S

Click on his\her name... then click on add to friends.. :dance: