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  1. Standard member sydsad
    Poet
    23 Feb '07 11:21
    Are the games from Euwe's fine book available as a PGN-file? I saw a webpage offering the games in ChessBase format (but I think I lost the URL).
  2. Standard member Wulebgr
    Angler
    23 Feb '07 16:25
    http://wwwu.uni-klu.ac.at/gossimit/c/book.htm
  3. Standard member sydsad
    Poet
    27 Feb '07 12:26
    sir, Thank you for the URL. The files seem to be in some other format. I tried to download "ChessBaseLight" but it didn't install properly on my PC.

    Any idea where I can find the games in a pure PGN format?
  4. 27 Feb '07 13:17
    pay me 50$ and I can manually copy all the games to RHP forums.
  5. Standard member sydsad
    Poet
    27 Feb '07 13:23
    sure, as long as I can choose the currency we have a deal. I am convinced that 50 units of some South American currency will buy you half a stamp or so....
  6. 27 Feb '07 14:37
    nope. now its 50€. you better decide soon before its pounds.

    why don't you just buy the book?
  7. Standard member sydsad
    Poet
    27 Feb '07 18:00
    I own the book in English and in swedish. I just prefere to have the games in PGn format.
  8. 28 Feb '07 00:45
    Merry Christmas:

    http://chessmob.org/files/euwe.pgn

    Contains both the raw games and the annofritzed ones.
  9. Standard member sydsad
    Poet
    28 Feb '07 06:06
    .....and a Happy New Year!

    Thank you, friend!
  10. 28 Feb '07 07:56
    Originally posted by sydsad
    .....and a Happy New Year!

    Thank you, friend!
    NP Download, convert, upload. Took around a minute.
  11. 28 Feb '07 08:40
    Originally posted by giantrobot
    Merry Christmas:

    http://chessmob.org/files/euwe.pgn

    I tried to open this file, but couldn't. Message: "To open this file, Windows needs to know which program created it." Can someone tell me which program that is? Thanks.
  12. 28 Feb '07 08:47
    Originally posted by basso
    I tried to open this file, but couldn't. Message: "To open this file, Windows needs to know which program created it." Can someone tell me which program that is? Thanks.
    It's just plaintext so you could open it in notepad if you wanted. Just save and open with what ever chess program you are using.