Computer Resources

pIsh provided a welcome list of computer programmes that he has found useful:/p pfree copy of Rybka 2 : a href="http://www.rybkachess.com/index.php?auswahl=Demo+version"http://www.rybkachess.com/index.php?auswahl=Demo+version/abr / br / free version of Fritz 5: a href="http://freechess.50webs.com/fritz.html"http://freechess.50webs.com/fritz.html/abr / And Winboard: a href="http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/winboard/winboard-4_2_7b.exe"http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/winboard/winboard-4_2_7b.exe/abr / br / Simon Waters also likes SCID (a href="http://scid.sourceforge.net/"http://scid.sourceforge.net/) /aalthough the current maintainer is in a deeply unlovely dispute (a href="http://chessdb.sourceforge.net/pascal.php"http://chessdb.sourceforge.net/pascal.php/a) with a fork of SCID which is ChessBD a href="http://chessdb.sourceforge.net/"(a href="http://chessdb.sourceforge.net/" title="http://chessdb.sourceforge.net/"http://chessdb.sourceforge.net//a)/a, which suggests to me that you might be better off with ChessBD.br / /p pJonathan Morgan also recommends for opening training:/p pre wrap=""the software i mentioned is chess position trainer and can be downloaded at:br /br /a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://www.chesspositiontrainer.com/"http://www.chesspositiontrainer.com//a.br /br /help section and the videos that they have on the site (and free sample repertoires -- DR)./pre Any more?nbsp; Eric Bentzen has a list: a href="http://www.enpassant.dk/chess/softeng.htm"http://www.enpassant.dk/chess/softeng.htm/abr / Once I've got a top ten I can offer some notes.br /

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