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MarcusLeus

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Wed Nov 25 2015 8:08PM | MsgID: 18670515


that may be correct. Any other comments from anyone?







Taotaomonas

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Wed Nov 25 2015 8:20AM | MsgID: 18669138


I see it now. Never noticed that before in truth!

I assume in this instance it refers to the average % you remain within the main line for the first 25 moves. This is only a guess though!







MarcusLeus

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Wed Nov 25 2015 1:38AM | MsgID: 18668831


open up your homepage and look under "your openings".







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Tue Nov 24 2015 9:48PM | MsgID: 18668449


Originally posted by: "MarcusLeus"
Would someone explain to me how to interpret the "depth meter" indicated for a players openings?




Where is it shown?







MarcusLeus

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Tue Nov 24 2015 3:28AM | MsgID: 18666632


Would someone explain to me how to interpret the "depth meter" indicated for a players openings?