Interested in chess and computers? Whether readers are talking about the latest chess playing programs or chess database software, this ground-breaking book answers all of their questions.
A team of experts, all experienced chess software users, review all the latest software available, highlighting the positives, the negatives, and underline the money value. In addition, they provide fundamental answers to all those niggling little technical problems that always seem to arise with chess software. Whether they are looking for a way to defeat their chess computer, trying to prepare thoroughly against an old adversary, or just wishing to make the most of their chess softwarethen this is the perfect book for them.
*Includes reviews of major chess software programs
*Written by a team of expert software users
*Ideal for casual, club and tournament players
|Edition description:||First Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Byron Jacobs is an accomplished chess author, journalist, and chief editor of Everyman Chess.
Table of Contents
|2||Learning a New Opening||27|
|3||Learning about Yourself... and Your Opponents||48|
|4||Relating Openings to Middlegames and Endgames||62|
|6||Special Computer Products||123|
This book is a users' guide to chess software. A team of experts, all experienced chess software users, review all the latest software available, highlighting the positives, the negatives and underlining what's value for money and what's not.