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Version 5.5 dev1 : new engines

Version 5.5 dev1 :  LucasChessPortable55dev1.exe


Added three new engines




Trainings : Game against an engine of your choice

  • New parameter: Set the strength of the opponent (based on idea contributed by Karbunclo-siliconchess), with five options :

  • While playing you can change the opponent, strength, and even color : 





Kibitzers :

  • New option, you can select only one side to analyze or both (default).




Comments

  1. hey Lucas thanks for this great program

    Can you put an option for exmaple: when I play vs engine and the game is finished I want play another game vs the same engine but I have to go to Training -> Lucas-Elo -> then I select the engine that for now is Umko 1

    I dont know how you can implement the option for example:

    1. Play some games vs XXX engine
    2. Play X games vs XXX engine
    3. Play games vs random engines
    4. Play X games vs random engines

    So when the game is finished the program automatically start a new game

    Another thing xD

    Just close the program when click the [X] close button while a game is active, obviously auto-resing the game

    And the last thing is: it will be cool if you put a statistics system like, win/lose/draw vs XXX engine and a general statistics

    well it's all by now xDD

    Thanks again...

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  2. Thanks tttony.

    At then end of game program will ask if you want to play again. And it is possible to change parameters (+Options-Change opponent).

    In relation to statistics, in Options-Configuration-Automatic save-Autosave to a CSV, stores information to be treated with a spreadsheet. Perhaps in future LC will make some work with this data.

    In relation to :
    Just close the program when click the [X] close button while a game is active, obviously auto-resing the game

    I don´t understand what is the problem.

    Cheers
    Lucas

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  3. I will try to explain

    Now when I click [X] the program show this msg:

    ¿Do you resing? (-20)

    I click: Yes and the program show another msg:

    XXX engine has won
    New rating 1222

    Then I can close the program

    Just close the program when click the [X] button, show the msg:

    ¿Do you resing? (-20)

    click Yes and terminate the program

    Sorry I'm not good in english

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  4. Olá Lucas, uma sugestão para o programa, acho que falta a opção de girar o tabuleiro, principalmente, ao ler as partidas em PGN, Faço meu treino com ele, estou evoluindo muito, pela linguagem PORTUGUÊS.
    Obrigado.

    AlexBrazil

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  5. Me refiro a versão 5.4 instalada ok!.

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  6. Você tem que clicar (dua veces) sobre o círculo branco no canto inferior esquerdo do tabuleiro.

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  7. tttony : solved.
    Esta vez si que lo he entendido, creo que ya esta resuelto.
    He dejado en dropbox la dev2:
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18461840/LucasChessPortable55dev2.exe

    Muchas gracias.

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  8. Instalable :

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18461840/InsLucasChess55dev2.exe

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  9. Muito bom, assim ficou melhor, estou treinando com ele, tenho outros aqui Convekta, mas achei o seu mais interessante, claro que precisaria tbm para ficar 100% um módulo só com temas, tipo, CRAVADAS, FORCA, ENFIADA, QUEBRANDO ROQUE, ANIQUILANDO DEFESAS etc ... como já existe MATe em 1 , 2 e 3 deveria futuramente colocar mais temas táticos.
    Um abraço.

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  10. Em relação a temas táticos, qualquer colaboração será bem-vinda.

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  11. Hello sir Lucas.
    Thank you very much for this great program. In my sight, it's even greater than Ubisoft Chess Master!

    Back then, I like the analyze function of this program very much. It shows score for each move, and when I double click on the move, the tutor engine show me what is the best move/worst move in that situation. From the day I know Lucas Chess, I also use it to analyze my real games via Training menu > Utilities > Create Your own game, then I input the move and analyze. My question is, is there anyway to save the analization, so that I can review it later with out re-analyze it?

    Again, I want to thank you for this great program. If it's possible, please improve analyze function even more, to make it even better than Fritz :D

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  12. It is a good idea.
    In the next release will be included.
    Thank you very much.
    Cheers

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