Houdini Aquarium 2017 & Houdini PRO Aquarium 2017
Houdini Aquarium 2017 is a new powerful analysis, database and chess publishing tool, powered by the world's strongest chess engine Houdini 5 and 7-piece Lomonosov Tablebases.
Video Interview with Vasik Rajlich
There is no need to introduce Rybka to ChessOK.com visitors, who have been using it as a part of the Rybka Aquarium package. However, the man behind the strongest chess engine in the world, Vasik Rajlich, is probably little known outside the circle of computer chess enthusiasts. The following interview with Vas, conducted by Nelson Hernandez, should be of great interest to every Rybka user who wants to know Vas’ views and where he is heading with the next Rybka versions. We are at crossroads in the chess engine market. What will the changes mean for the serious chess player?
New Training Software: Opening Lab
We are glad to inform you, that we have a new training software available at our shop: Opening Lab.
Opening Lab is a fine opening manual. It features a theoretical review of all the chess openings, which are illustrated by instructive games of the greatest chess players. Each opening variation is supplied with evaluations and characteristics of key moves. The history of the variations’ development is described, as well as their current status.
Read below for more information about updates.
London Chess Classic
London Chess Classic will be held London, Great Britain from December 8th to 15th December.
Participants include: Magnus Carlsen (ELO 2801), Vladimir Kramnik (ELO 2772), Hikaru Nakamura (ELO 2715), Nigel Short (ELO 2707), Michael Adams (ELO 2698), Ni Hua, Luke McShane and David Howell.
Average ELO: 2697.
ChessOK is going to broadcast all games of this tournament with Rybka Aquarium commentary.
Carlsen - Kramnik 1-0 \br\Nakamura - Ni Hua 1/2 \br\Howell - Adams 1/2 \br\McShane - Short 1-0 \br\Carlsen - McShane 1-0 \br\Kramnik - Ni Hua 1-0 \br\Adams - Nakamura 1/2 \br\Short - Howell 1/2 \br\Howell - Carlsen 1/2 \br\McShane - Kramnik 0-1 \br\Nakamura - Short 1/2 \br\Ni Hua - Adams 1/2 \br\Carlsen - Nakamura 1/2 \br\Kramnik - Adams 1/2 \br\McShane - Howell 1/2 \br\Short - Ni Hua 1/2 \br\Ni Hua - Carlsen 0-1 \br\Howell - Kramnik 1/2 \br\Nakamura - McShane 0-1 \br\Adams - Short 1/2 \br\Carlsen - Adams 1/2 \br\Kramnik - Short 1-0 \br\Howell - Nakamura 1/2 \br\McShane - Ni Hua 0-1 \br\Short - Carlsen 1/2 \br\Nakamura - Kramnik 1/2 \br\Adams - McShane 1-0 \br\Ni Hua - Howell 0-1 Carlsen (2801) (NOR) \br\Kramnik (2772) (RUS) \br\Nakamura (2715) (USA) \br\Short (2707) (GBR) \br\Adams (2698) (GBR) \br\Ni Hua (2665) (CHN) \br\McShane (2615) (GBR) \br\Howell (2597) (GBR)
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