Originally posted by passedpawn22With that money (and slightly some more!) I would buy Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual (2nd edition) and the St. Petersburg Chess set and Board combination -you may check it at http://houseofstaunton.com/Store/product_name=The+St.+Petersburg+Chess+Set+and+Board+Combination/exact_match=exact
I was browsing chess computers and came across this one. It looks sweet! A bit pricey, but really not bad for the looks and features. It is a beautiful looking wood computer chess set rated at 2100. The led's on the board make it really simple to make the computer moves without even looking and the display. Anybody have one or have experience with i ...[text shortened]... s list.
Originally posted by black beetleIs the position on the board famous in any way?
With that money (and slightly some more!) I would buy Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual (2nd edition) and the St. Petersburg Chess set and Board combination -you may check it at http://houseofstaunton.com/Store/product_name=The+St.+Petersburg+Chess+Set+and+Board+Combination/exact_match=exact
Originally posted by clarencecuasayThe makers anticipated the complaints so that could make more money! yeah, thats is! It has to be!
I've been eyeing this computer for a while now. It looks really sweet.
I like the fact you could plug in another engine like Rybka. Unfortunately this requires a serial cable. Not sure why they don't have a usb.
Some users have complained about the chess pieces. Apparently their quality doesn't match the price of the rest of the package. Fortuna ...[text shortened]... e makers have heard the customer complaints and you can now purchase a deluxe set separately.
Originally posted by greenpawn34I knew you too would love it gp34 dude
It's certainly from a Najdorf and as I recall from my open Sicilian days
It looks like a book Nd5 sac.
I can give a sure answer tomorrow - one of guys with a trillion game
database will no doubt get it.
It's a beautiful Chess set.
Originally posted by vipiuActually the Citrine has some of those features....wood and you can plug it into a computer to see the game and same moves. It's rated around 2100. It would be nice to move it's own pieces, but like you said the ones out now are way to slow and noisy.
I would like one to:
-look as a very nice wooden chessset
-to move the pieces itself in case I want to play against it(like those magnetic once, I saw some adverticement, but much faster-those were looking pretty slow)
-to be able to save games that I play against friends(and to be able to connect it to a computer when I want to see the games on a computer ...[text shortened]... why none created one, not so difficult with today technology...
Maybe I should suggest them