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wtf is this? Can we win money playing on this site or is this folly?
Stanislav Pavlovic | July 7, 2012
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Here is a German site with an online database:
Once again, I have no idea how to use it.
This database shows chessbase products.
When you put a position in - you get for example the instructive video-software with this position.
It is an interresting tool for someone with chessbase CD´s, DVD´s or downloads.
Thanks. I don't unfortunately, but lots of people do. I downloaded Chessbase Lite a few years ago, but I couldn't figure it out, so I deleted it. :P
Chess books via Project Gutenberg:
POLONIA CHESS CLUB Chess blog/szachowy blog
Chess for the 21st Century
The Evaluation of Material Imbalances
You didn't post a link to your website.
No Fair, 5 years ago had 250,000 pgn's , didn't want, erased ok!
Haha, father-in-law was the only one to trust
Nothing wrong with consulting a database for learning purposes or for moves in correspondence chess. 250,000 isn't that many. Chess.com's game explorer database has over 2.5 million games.
CHESS RECORDS by Tim Krabbé