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Development version 11.00.16: challenge 101

News:

  • Read PGN file, now support the selection of multiple files (unknown)
  • Challenge 101: new game to the beginning. It is about solving up to 10 positions of all types, with assigning a score. The program saves the last 10 scores, and you can check the ones made from the Training menu/Personal training.



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  1. Thank you Lucas for adding multiple PGN read. Lucas is the best and is even becoming better!

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  2. Hi lucas,

    I just wanted to know.
    How to play a blitz against an engine with an increment each move ? (3+2 for example)

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    1. Menu Play-Play against any engine, Time tab, Seconds added per move....

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  3. I'm sorry in this tab I have only :

    "total minute" "increment"

    "increment minutes"

    "zeitnot alarm"

    (my version is french)

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  4. I don't know... Here's what hapen when I play a 5 minute game with a 1 minute increment.

    http://imgur.com/a/8sbUa
    http://imgur.com/a/nz8Ff
    http://imgur.com/a/bnETp

    I played in 3 second each move and I didn't get any increment.

    (if you want the translation of what's written in french in the first picture it's :
    "total minute" "increment"
    "increment minutes"
    "zeitnot alarm" )

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    1. 1. Image = you have 6 minutes(5 and 1=increment minutes) and the engine 5 minutes. -> 2.Image


      Field Increment = seconds added per move

      3+2=
      Total minute= 3
      Increment= 2
      Increment minutes=0

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  5. I finally understood. As you can see in the picture "Increment minutes" didn't work (it doesn't add 1 minute each move as you can see on the third picture) . But now that I use only "increment" it works.

    I thought that increment meant "at what move do the increment kick in"...

    thanks a lot !

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