No. A whole-game self review. I definitely wouldn’t do a backward review for someone else without asking them what they were looking for from the review.
Absolutely YES and I suppose we should now add, ‘and where AI recommends something you didn’t expect.’
Not at all. A normal review involves going backwards and forwards through possibilities. We explore a possibility, find that it’s bad, backtrack and conclude that an earlier move is bad because it is refuted by a later move.
So the process is back and forth regardless of whether we go from start to finish or the reverse.
In truth the idea seemed like a silly thought bubble when I first thought of it but then it grew on me.
Sage advice. A backwards review could become contaminated by a kind of sophistry.
Glad you mentioned this. Sometimes, but not often enough, I find a good move by finding a good sequence and then ‘cutting to the chase’ by changing the order.
At this stage I’m thinking I’ll do a two stage review where I skim through forwards gathering rosebuds while I may and then work carefully back to the beginning.