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Insert Moves into Fritz 13


  • 2 years ago · Quote · #1

    Alienist

    Hey!

    Can anyone tell me how I can insert something like this (text):

    1.e4e5

    2.Nf3f6

    3.Bc4c6

    4.Nxe5fxe5

    5.Qf3d5

    6.exd5Nf6

    7.dxc6bxc6

    8.Qb3Bc5

    9.Bf7+Kf8

    10.O-Oe4

    11.d3Bf5

    12.Qb7Nbd7

    13.Qb3Ne5

    14.Bc4exd3

    15.Rd1Nfg4

    16.cxd3Qd4

    17.Qb7Qxf2+

    18.Kh1Rd8

    19.b4Nxd3

    20.bxc5Be4

    21.Bg5Qxg2#

     

     

    into Fritz?! 

    ThanQ

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #2

    Alienist

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  • 2 years ago · Quote · #3

    EscherehcsE

    Sorry, sometimes asking questions on a forum is taking potluck with the promptness and quality of the responses. It just goes with the territory.

    Try this - First put a space after each move number and between the moves. For example, the first set of moves would be

    1. e4 e5

    Now, copy all of the moves to your Windows clipboard. Finally, go into Fritz and paste the game (something like Edit - Paste game). I think that should work.

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #4

    Alienist

    Thank you. I tried that. Did not work unfortunately. 

    Any other ideas?

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #5

    BigAlex

    start a new game, disable the engine and start moving the pieces as in your task.. then save game as.... and listo!

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #6

    Bubatz

    I would make a detour via winboard, creating a PGN-file later to load into Fritz: 

    1.Open winboard (option "just edit gamefiles").

    2."New Game", then move the pieces according to your game.

    3. Save game (PGN-file is created)

    4. Load PGN-file into Fritz. ("Öffnen"/"Datenbank öffnen", dann nochmal "öffnen" und in der Suchmaske pgn-files einstellen)

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #7

    EscherehcsE

    Alienist wrote:

    Thank you. I tried that. Did not work unfortunately. 

    Any other ideas?

    Huh, shoulda worked. At least I got it to work in an older version of Fritz.

    Like the others said, I guess your choices are either to create a pgn file and import it into Fritz, or just manually enter the moves.

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #8

    MrEdCollins

    EscherehcsE 's method also worked for me, with Fritz 12.  I'm sure this also works with Fritz 13.

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #9

    Estragon

    With Chessbase - which is what Fritz' database is - you don't have to play out the game.  You DO have to have proper spacing between each move and the move number, though, it can't read what is run together.

    Once it's properly readable, select all the moves, copy them, then open a new board in Fritz (if you know which database you want to save it to, open that first and then the new board). 

    A board appears with the initial position.  Then just paste, Control+V, and the moves appear like magic in the board window.  Then save the game - you will have to enter the player names, tournament, and all other data, but the moves should take care of themselves.

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #10

    Alienist

    I finally got what i wanted. Made a pgn file, opened datatabase.

    Thanks everyone, thanks bubatz.

  • 24 months ago · Quote · #11

    worldthought_com

    Estragon wrote:

    A board appears with the initial position.  Then just paste, Control+V, and the moves appear like magic in the board window.  Then save the game - you will have to enter the player names, tournament, and all other data, but the moves should take care of themselves.

    There is no apparent way to paste PGN notation into Fritz 13. 

    A little cumbersome, but you can still upload it to a custom database after saving the notation as a .pgn and following these steps: http://uscfsales.wordpress.com/2011/08/12/importing-pgn-games-into-the-fritzrybka-interface/

  • 21 months ago · Quote · #12

    Thetinkerman

    I think you can do this by copying your pgn and then start a new game in Fritz.  Click on notation (the spce where the text should go) and paste.  You paste by doing Ctrl V.


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