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.
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Chess Assistant 17 with Houdini 5
The program comes in two packages: Chess Assistant 17 and Chess Assistant 17 PRO, the latter one being a better choice for more dedicated players, as you receive the PRO version of Houdini 5 (which supports up to 128 cores and 128 GB of hash).
Houdini 5 – The World Rating Lists Leader
Chess Assistant 17 comes with the Houdini 5 chess engine, one of the world’s strongest engines. No serious chess player can be without Houdini 5! You can connect any version of Houdini 5 UCI engine to ChessOK Aquarium, Fritz and ChessBase.
Opening Studies – Stay Organized with Opening Tables
Opening Test Mode allows you to test your knowledge and skills in openings.
Analysis – Automatic, Manual and Background Analysis
Automatic opening annotation searches for novelty, adds expert annotations from the Opening Encyclopedia, CAP evaluations, inserts reference games etc.
Search for blunders automatically analyzes your games and annotates mistakes.
Multi-pass game analysis is an advanced game analysis method with flexible options to fine-tune each step of the search. You can even choose different engines for each phase of the game.
Analysis markers allow you to mark selected positions for automatic analysis at a later time.
Interactive analysis lets you to work with the engine, allowing it to analyze a position, and then guide it in its analysis without forgetting its conclusions.
Background Analysis is the most powerful position analysis tool in the extensive Chess Assistant arsenal. The analysis takes place in a background process, allowing you to continue working in Chess Assistant during the analysis. If you run into an interesting position, simply send it to background analysis while you continue your own analysis.
Background analysis can be split between two or more processors on the same computer or distributed automatically to several networked computers.
Tablebase analysis gives you a precise evaluation of endgames with 3-6 pieces (tablebases required).
Database Search – Standard Searches & CQL
Standard searches. When it comes to searching, you will not find a more powerful system than Chess Assistant. It offers all the types of standard searches you would expect for a chess database:
You can search through multiple databases and searches can be saved, enabling you to run them again at a later time. The program also keeps track of your most recent searches so you can quickly modify them and search again.
CQL (Chess Query Language). CQL is simply put the most powerful search method currently available for chess databases. If you have ever run into the limitations of standard search methods, CQL is for you. Mastering Chess Assistant’s CQL allows you to perform searches you could only dream of with any other chess database system.
Composite search allows you to store and organize your CQL queries into a hierachical structure, give them descriptive names, and set up a diagram of a typical position. This allows you to build a library of useful search criteria.
Databases and Premium Game Service 2017
Chess Assistant 17 includes two databases of 6,6 million games in total:
Premium Game Service 2017: subscription for full database updates with games played from November 8, 2016 till December 31, 2017, in Chess Assistant and PGN formats (supported by Fritz, Chess Base and Aquarium).
Classifiers – Organize Your Chess Data
Classifiers allow you to organize your chess data into nested folders in a similar way as you organize your hard disk into folders. Each folder in a classifier can contain:
Chess Trees – State of the Art
Game Annotations and Global Annotations
Chess Assistant supports all types of game annotations, from simple text to multimedia content:
As useful as game annotations are, they have one drawback: They are tied to a particular game. When you run into the same position in a different game, how would you like to get a reminder saying: Hey, you have annotated this position before!” Well, in Chess Assistant you can annotate trees and tree annotations are “global”, meaning that they are displayed whenever the same position arises – in all databases.
If you want to play a game of chess against the computer, Chess Assistant offers a variety of engines and options:
Online Play and Broadcasts: ChessOK Playing Zone and ICC
For online play, Chess Assistant offers you the choice of two popular chess servers: ChessOK Playing Zone (www.chessok.com) and ICC.
Database Compatibility: Chessbase and Chess Assistant
Chess Assistant supports all the most popular chess database formats, which means that your current database can most likely be used in Chess Assistant:
The Aquarium interface also supports all these database formats, which allows you to share databases between Chess Assistant and Aquarium.
Optionally you can open and save databases in Zip-format in order to save space and conveniently send and receive databases by email.
Strong Chess Engine Support
Chess Assistant is compatible with most modern commercial and free chess engines. It supports a variety of protocols for communicating with chess engines, such as UCI, UCI2, WinBoard and MCS. In layman terms, this means that Chess Assistant gives you an unparalleled choice of chess engines for analysis and play.
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