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We ( I am to blame of course) recently changed operating systems. Windows (the
spam maker et-al'.) replaced by clean linux. Works really well too.
Well, except for me - I cannot find a responsible Chess program. No - there is
nothing wrong with a Crafty version 'Knights". I do win though, on occasion.
I know that windows versions -after I cross the minefied of this system-:-(
Does have some REAL opponents. I cannot find a Linux version. Bother.
Any suggestions appreciated. I have little time for games now anyway.
But I will have..........
Rgds all Dr S B Kruger
There is a Shredder version for Linux http://www.shredderchess.com/.
This is a very good chess program.
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