The internet has not only brought new games to the fore but has also made playing older board games online with friends no matter where they are easier. And for the times when there’s a dispute among friends or colleagues about who won that last match and who played what when, sites like Chess.com also keep a score to avoid any confusion.
If you’re looking for an old game on Chess.com that you played or someone else did, but can’t figure out how to, check out our guide below to check old matches on Chess.com’s website on PC and apps for Android or iOS.
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How to see old matches on Chess.com on your PC?
Chess.com usually showcases your recent matches on the homepage and you can access the complete list from there directly.
But if for some reason the Complete Games tab isn’t being displayed on the homepage, you can alternatively click on the Home option at the top-left of the screen and then on Profile. On your profile page, click on the Games tab and you’ll see all your recently completed games.
To find and check out an old match, click on the arrow button beside the Completed Games heading above and you’ll be redirected to the My Games page where you can find all of your old matches and also see how many you’ve played till date at the very top.
You can also analyse your matches by tapping on the Analyze option beside them. You can also find and check games by filtering them based on results, opponents, opponent’s title, openings, colour, match type, rated or unrated, dates and range.
You can also use this method to check out the matches of others by going to their profiles and following the same steps as mentioned above.
How to check old matches on Chess.com’s app for Android and iOS?
Open the Chess.com app on your Android or iOS device and follow the steps mentioned below to check out old matches on Chess.com.
- On the homepage or Play tab of the Chess.com app, scroll down and you’ll find your recent matches listed under Game Archive.
- Scroll to the bottom of that list and tap on Game Archive button to access the complete list of your matches.
- You can filter your search on the next page by tapping on the magnifying glass ic0n at the top-right of the page.
- You’ll be able to filter the Game Type, Result and the piece you played. Once you’ve selected the filters, tap on Search to add the filters.
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