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Fritz 7: How to let engine play a Setup Position



 
 
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Old August 19th 03, 04:05 PM
John Cordes
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Default Fritz 7: How to let engine play a Setup Position

On 19 Aug 2003 06:59:09 -0700, Moozie wrote:
I would like a setup position of an endgame be finished by "engine
versus engine". I use Fritz 7. I can choose for "engine versus
engine", but it will start a new game. Not my setup position game.

Has anybody an idea on how to do this?

Thanx,

Moozie


Maybe try Shootout, under Tools - Analysis - Shootout.

John

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Old August 19th 03, 11:14 PM
Damir Ulovec
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Default Fritz 7: How to let engine play a Setup Position

Ummm, are you planing to try this with only one, or two engines at the same time
(eg. Fritz 5.32 vs Fritz 7, or Fritz 7 vs Fritz 7)?
Because "CeeBee" was give you the answer for the first choice, and "John Cordes"
was give you the answer for the second one.
Cheers...

"Moozie" wrote in message
om...
I would like a setup position of an endgame be finished by "engine
versus engine". I use Fritz 7. I can choose for "engine versus
engine", but it will start a new game. Not my setup position game.

Has anybody an idea on how to do this?

Thanx,

Moozie





 




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