I have around 600 of my games in my fritz database. Many which have been fritz-annotated. Normally after I run the fritz program, I look at the analysis once and I move on. I would like to come up with a more effective way to study them. Perhaps I can study them in groups by openings and identify positions in the game which are turning points. From there I can save the position for further indepth study and perhaps play against Fritz using that position.
I hope at one point to gather some statistic around openings. Do I fare better as black in the two knights games vs white against the french > I bet I do.
I am interested in what others have found helpful in the study of their games.