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Old November 19th 11, 02:09 PM posted to rec.games.chess.computer
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Default Intermediate player using free version of Fritz 12 for training..

I was curious about Fritz, and found a free version of Deep Fritz 12.

Unfortunately, with the free trial version, the training features are
unavailable.

So, I tried using the normal playing mode, i.e., Home/New Game/Levels.

As my chess skills are only around average club level, I initially tried
playing with 'fixed depth' set to 3, thinking this would mean the program
would be performing the role of a fairly unexperienced player. Not so; it
was far above my level. So I set 'level' to 1. Also above my level!
I also tried playing with 'time' set to 1, but that gave me an opponent
which was above my level too.

Is there any other way (in the free version) that I can 'dumb down' the
other side, so that it is closer to my own level?

TIA,

Al
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