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Old July 30th 03, 01:39 AM
Max
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Default fritz 7 or 8

How much better is Fritz 8 over Fritz 7, Elo points or so. The difference in
cost is twice, is it better to pay for a higher cost to get Fritz 8 or the
lower cost to get Fritz 7. And how good are these engines in analyze/game
play etc.


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Old July 30th 03, 12:54 PM
mafergut
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Default fritz 7 or 8

Or Junior 8 as it seems for recient reviews in this very ng.
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Old July 31st 03, 05:36 AM
marc margolies
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Default fritz 7 or 8

the difference in elo (between F7 and F8) depends on how fast your computer
is. to find out more look at the ssdf rating lists for different speed
computers and different versions of software.
approximate 40 points to be about right on a modern machine.
F8 also has added features for opening training over F7 and supports
interesting 3D chessboards but this requires an AGP graphics card in your
computer.
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How much better is Fritz 8 over Fritz 7, Elo points or so. The difference

in
cost is twice, is it better to pay for a higher cost to get Fritz 8 or the
lower cost to get Fritz 7. And how good are these engines in analyze/game
play etc.




 




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