This chess game lets you play against the computer or against opponents across the Internet.
You can choose from ten different sets of chess pieces and levels of play, read and write PGN and EPD files, print diagrams or whole games, create your own books, copy and paste games to the clipboard, and analyze positions or entire games.
It also provides timing clocks, hints, a list of moves, a large opening book and a game histogram that gives a graphical overview of the scores in the game. It also has a Winboard adapter which allows you to use the ChessPartner interface with any Winboard compatible chess engine.
Includes support for the Nalimov endgame table bases, and has an Office 2000 look with customizable menus and toolbars. It also includes a layout function to create your own layouts. The engine research tool lets you play engine vs. engine matches. It supports UCI and Winboard I and II compatible engines.
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