Chess Assistant 17 & Chess Assistant 17 PRO
Chess Assistant 17 combines advanced game database management, analysis powered by the strongest Houdini 5 engine, the advanced Tree mode, Opening Encyclopedia and many other features.
Interactive Deep Analysis (IDeA) With Rybka Aquarium 2010
One of the biggest changes in Rybka Aquarium 2010 is the greatly improved Interactive Deep Analysis (IDeA). Many players were happy with the possibilities offered by IDeA in Rybka 3 Aquarium, but I’m afraid that it will look like a dinosaur compared to the new version. It provides better automatic analysis and much more effective ways to control the analysis process and the shape of the analysis tree. I’m sure that many serious players will find that the new and improved IDeA is an essential tool to stay competitive.
New product: ChessOK Aquarium 2010
1) There is no Rybka 3. Instead it comes with Rybka 2.3.2a. If you already own Rybka 3 you may link and use it.
2) No Chess Assistant 10 bonus.
New Products Available: CT-ART 4.0, Elementary Checkmates I & II
Rybka Aquarium 2010+
In view of the changes in Rybka author Vasik Rajlich’s plans about the date of Rybka 4’s launching (read his message here) our plans concerning the Rybka Aquarium 2010+ package respectively have also been altered!
Customers who have already ordered Rybka Aquarium 2010+ in accordance with our previous announcement can either get their money back or receive a new Rybka Aquarium 2010+ kit.
2) Super Bonus. Instead of a right for a free upgrade to Rybka 4 / Deep Rybka 4 you will get a free copy of a professional chess database program Chess Assistant 10 along with Aquarium 2010+!
Every buyer of the Rybka Aquarium 2010+ package gets a bonus of Chess Assistant 10 starter package, and a buyer of Deep Rybka Aquarium 2010+ gets Chess Assistant 10 Professional package. For the DVD-version of Rybka Aquarium 2010+ the Chess Assistant will be delivered on an additional DVD enclosed into a box.
This offer presents a unique opportunity to buy those two programs at the lowest possible price.
World Cup - 2009
FIDE’s World Cup will take place in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia from Nov 21st to Dec 15th.
1st round: 21-23 November.
All rounds start at 10.00 GMT.
ChessOK is going to broadcast the most interesting games of this event.
Games: Round 1-1 [ PGN], Round 1-2 [ PGN], Round 1 Tiebreaks [ PGN], Round 2-1 [ PGN], Round 2-2 [ PGN], Round 2 Tiebreaks games 1-2 [ PGN], Round 2 Tiebreaks games 3-4 [ PGN], Round 3-1 [ PGN], Round 3-2 [ PGN], Round 3 Tiebreaks [ PGN], Round 4-1 [ PGN], Round 4-2 [ PGN], Round 4 Tiebreaks [ PGN], Round 5-1 [ PGN], Round 5-2 [ PGN], Round 5 Tiebreaks [ PGN], Round 6-1 [ PGN], Round 6-2 [ PGN], Final Game 1 [ PGN], Final Game 2 [ PGN], Final Game 3 [ PGN], Final Game 4 [ PGN], Final Tiebreak [ PGN]
Aquarium’s Hidden Treasures
Tal Memorial 2009
The 4th Memorail of 8th world champion Michael Tal will take place in Moscow from November 4th to 18th.
All rounds start at 12.00 GMT.
Carlsen - Kramnik 1/2 \br\Aronian - Svidler 1/2 \br\Morozevich - Leko 1/2 \br\Gelfand - Ponomariov 1/2 \br\Ivanchuk - Anand 1/2 \br\Carlsen - Morozevich 1/2 \br\Kramnik - Anand 1/2 \br\Svidler - Ivanchuk 1/2 \br\Leko - Gelfand 1/2 \br\Ponomariov - Aronian 1/2 \br\Gelfand - Carlsen 1/2 \br\Anand - Svidler 1-0 \br\Morozevich - Kramnik 0-1 \br\Ivanchuk - Ponomariov 1/2 \br\Aronian - Leko 1-0 \br\Kramnik - Svidler 1-0 \br\Carlsen - Aronian 1/2 \br\Ponomariov - Anand 1/2 \br\Morozevich - Gelfand 1/2 \br\Leko - Ivanchuk 1/2 \br\Ivanchuk - Carlsen 1/2 \br\Gelfand - Kramnik 1/2 \br\Aronian - Morozevich 1/2 \br\Svidler - Ponomariov 1/2 \br\Anand - Leko 1-0 \br\Carlsen - Anand 1/2 \br\Leko - Svidler 1/2 \br\Kramnik - Ponomariov 1-0 \br\Morozevich - Ivanchuk 0-1 \br\Gelfand - Aronian 1-0 \br\Svidler - Carlsen 1/2 \br\Aronian - Kramnik 1/2 \br\Anand - Morozevich 1/2 \br\Ponomariov - Leko 1/2 \br\Ivanchuk - Gelfand 1-0 \br\Carlsen - Ponomariov 1-0 \br\Kramnik - Leko 1/2 \br\Gelfand - Anand 1/2 \br\Aronian - Ivanchuk 1/2 \br\Morozevich - Svidler 1/2 \br\Ivanchuk - Kramnik 1/2 \br\Anand - Aronian 0-1 \br\Leko - Carlsen 0-1 \br\Svidler - Gelfand 1/2 \br\Ponomariov - Morozevich 1-0 Carlsen (2801) (NOR) \br\Anand (2788) (IND) \br\Aronian (2786) (ARM) \br\Kramnik (2772) (RUS) \br\Leko (2752) (HUN) \br\Gelfand (2758) (ISR) \br\Svidler (2754) (RUS) \br\Morozevich (2750) (RUS) \br\Ivanchuk (2739) (UKR) \br\Ponomariov (2739) (UKR)
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