The "Chess insight" feature is absolutely great – I love it! But there's something I don't understand about it.
It says 96 rated games are taken into account. But I played more rated games than that: 133 according to my statistic page (98 correspondence, and 35 classical). Where are those 37 games? Of course, 20 of them are those I'm playing right now. But there are still 17 games lacking from my Chess insight.
Can anybody explain it to me?
Casual (unrated) games will not be taken into account
You should read my message one more time… :-)
I'm not sure how it is done, but logic tells me that two/three restrictions should be made.
1. You shouldn't select games that are too old. These may not represent your current skill.
2/3. To reduce time, there is a limit on the number of games that can be reviewed. To save more time, I assume that games that are already analysed are used. Both of these restrictions would exclude some of the games.
Only games with prior requested computer analysis are taken into account. Chess insights does not analyse games, it summarises already performed analysis.
"1. You shouldn't select games that are too old. These may not represent your current skill."
Chess insight take into account all games at least in the past 3 years (see the filter "date"). My account is less than 4 months old.
"To reduce time, there is a limit on the number of games that can be reviewed."
Well… just check here and you'll see if there's a limit:
I analyse all of my correspondence games (except the very few of them that was aborted). According to this page, I have 88 rated correspondence games:
But Chess insight takes into account only 62, as you can see here:
I'm still not getting it! :(
Don't ask me. I just missed a mate in one.
Is it only me, or does anybody have a similar difference between their statistics and their Chess insight?
@Tim_Nice_But_Dim no worries, I went three times through a game and only then saw e5, lol.