So far the best way to display a game on this site appears to be through Chess.com. I load it into the analysis board and use the Embed code from the share button. I would like to find another way. (Actually I’m pretty happy with this. I can even pick from multiple graphic boards and… Continue reading A Game, and an experiment.
The reason for this post is two fold. One: I wanted to see if I could imbed chess diagrams from Chess.com. It worked I can! Two: To present a human vs computer game. This one is pretty silly. Both contestants were not in best form. The computer was set at level 4. I think I… Continue reading A Silly Game With A Purpose.
Here are three game analysis’s of the same game. First: Stockfish running in SCID vs PC. Second: Fritz 12 Third: Human
I’ve been using Bookup since its early days. There simply is no better tool for deep study of openings. Take a look at the main interface. It is fine tuned for one job. Studying openings. Once you have the database loaded with your own or a purchased “book” you can repeatedly run through the info… Continue reading Chess Openings Wizard (Bookup)
Endgame Tablebase What is an endgame tablebase? “An endgame tablebase is a computerized database that contains precalculated exhaustive analysis of chess endgame positions. It is typically used by a computer chess engine during play, or by a human or computer that is retrospectively analysing a game that has already been played.” – Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endgame_tablebase Can… Continue reading Endgame Tablebase