How to use: Mega Database 2022

by Sagar Shah
1/13/2022 – Chances are that like most ambitious chess players all over the world you already have Mega Database 2022, with 9.2 million high quality games, more than 100,000 with expert analysis. But do you know how to use Mega properly, how to conduct instant preparation for your next opponent? How you can use it to improve your repertoire. Let an experienced chess trainer show you how: IM Sagar Shah does it in this tutorial video. Watching it can be the most profitable 7½ minutes you have spent on your chess improvement in a long time.

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The ChessBase Mega Database 2022 is the premiere chess database with over 9.2 million games from 1560 to 2021 in high quality.

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IM Sagar Shah speaks about the features of Mega Database 2022, how you can use them for your preparation and how to update and maintain your database on a weekly basis.

The ChessBase Mega Database 2022 is the premiere chess database with over 9.2 million games from 1560 to 2021 in high quality.

Packing more than 100,000 annotated games, Mega 2022 contains the world‘s largest collection of high-class analysed games.

Train like a pro! Prepare for your opponents with ChessBase and the Mega Database 2022. Let grandmasters explain how to best handle your favorite variations, improve your repertoire and much more.

  • Includes Mega Update Service 2021: update your Mega with your ChessBase 16/15 program every week with over 5,000 new games. That’s about 250,000 new games by the end of 2021!
  • New, comfortable menu with even more top-level tournaments than ever before!
  • Direct access to the games of all the World Championships, among the over 450 years of chess knowledge.
  • Player lexicon for download with over 600,000 player names and more than 40,000 player photos (only with ChessBase 16 or 15)

Buy it now, download from the ChessBase Shop:

Mega Database 2022: €189.90
Upgrade from Mega 2020: €69.90


Sagar is an International Master from India with two GM norms. He is also a chartered accountant. He loves to cover chess tournaments, as that helps him understand and improve at the game he loves so much. He is the co-founder and CEO of ChessBase India website, the biggest chess news outlet in the country.
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