Is Lucas Chess Worth it?

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kindlestenssoro

 

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THEY WON'T STAND A CHANCE AGAINST ALPHA ZERO

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kindlestenssoro

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nimzomalaysian

Worth it? It's free dammit.

Flying-BIRDS_56

man there's nothing like fritz 16 or komodo 12

TheKnightOne

Aren't fritz and komodo engines and not learning software? 

baddogno
TheKnightOne wrote:

Aren't fritz and komodo engines and not learning software? 

Yes for Komodo, no for Fritz.  Fritz is a full featured program with s GUI and even a DB.  Not nearly the features of the ChessBase products, but less of a learning curve as well.

Dickchessman50

I have got it; it is good for playing against opponents of nearly every level- from Beginner to GM.

Here is the link to the developers site:   http://lucaschess.pythonanywhere.com/index?lang=en

marvhin_1983

Lucas Chess is easy to use. Just click the buttons. If you have questions, ask Lucas himself, here is the link http://lucaschess.blogspot.com/.

 

EscherehcsE
nimzomalaysian wrote:

Worth it? It's free dammit.

Some free things aren't worth their cost. :)

But Lucas Chess is definitely worth it. :))

testaaaaa

yes it seems to be worth it the training functions are very nice especially the endgame ones.

Ony cause somthing is free doesnt mean its super you have to download the program etc remove it if its crap

but this looks very very nice

testaaaaa

update i tested it 2 hours and it is great!

TheKnightOne

 Thinking about downloading it...