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i requested an opinion from a nother friend, however i would like to get some feedback before i buy one or the other program.
please give give me a comparison between the two two programs,
chessbase 10 and chessassistant 10 with rybka 3 opening book 2008.
there is a price difference of about over $100., i have fritz 12 and CHESSMASTER 11 GRANDMASTER EDITION I REQUEST YOUR RECOMMENDATIONS BETWEEN THESE AND ALSO IF THERE IS ANY OTHER SOFTWARE THAT I ZSHOULD CONSIDER.
I'M NOT A GREAT PLAYER, BUT AM CONSTANTLY ANXIOUS TO IMPROVE MY GAME
THANKS TONY antne003
There is another thread on this topic: Chessbase 10 vs. ChessAssistant 10.
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