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by Byron Jacobs

eBook Chess Software User's Guide: Making the Most of Your Software epub
  • ISBN: 1857442849
  • Author: Byron Jacobs
  • Genre: Entertainment
  • Subcategory: Puzzles & Games
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Everyman Chess; 1st edition (November 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 128 pages
  • ePUB size: 1103 kb
  • FB2 size 1275 kb
  • Formats txt lit docx lrf


I appreciated very much Byron Jacob'b books, since it allows to chess player how to use chess sotware program. This is a small additional price to help you make the most of your investment.

I appreciated very much Byron Jacob'b books, since it allows to chess player how to use chess sotware program. If you do what advise to to you you can benefit a lot. You can realize a remarkable progress. Besides I would like to talk about an important subject: Byron Jacobs has published a book whose name is "Analyse to Win". A book on chess software should not have so many single-position diagrams for study. Those diagrams might have been more useful if we knew the games they came from.

Interested in chess and computers? Whether readers are talking about the latest chess playing programs or chess database software, this ground-breaking book answers all of their questions. In addition, they provide fundamental answers to all those niggling little technical problems that always seem to arise with chess software.

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Bibliographic Details. Publisher: Everyman Chess. Book Condition: Used - Very Good. From the Back Cover: If you have just picked up this book, the chances are that you are the proud owner of a piece of chess software. Whether this is the latest release of a sophisticated database package or a playing program that came free with a magazine, then this book will help you make the most of it.

Chess Software User's Guide. Making the Most of Your Software. If you have just picked up this book, the chances are that you are the proud owner of a piece of chess software. Even basic chess software packages now usually have numerous interesting features and working out how to use these effectively is no easy task. Many players simply use a playing program to practice against and a database program just for storing and replaying games.

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Making the Most of Your Software. Published November 1, 2003 by Everyman Chess. For a number of years now serious chess players have recognised the value of using chess database programs to improve their game.

Whether they are looking for a way to defeat their chess computer, trying to prepare thoroughly against an old adversary, or just wishing to make the most of their chess software-then this is the perfect book for them.

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Interested in chess and computers? Whether readers are talking about the latest chess playing programs or chess database software, this ground-breaking book answers all of their questions. A team of experts, all experienced chess software users, review all the latest software available, highlighting the positives, the negatives, and underline the money value. In addition, they provide fundamental answers to all those niggling little technical problems that always seem to arise with chess software. Whether they are looking for a way to defeat their chess computer, trying to prepare thoroughly against an old adversary, or just wishing to make the most of their chess software--then this is the perfect book for them.*Includes reviews of major chess software programs*Written by a team of expert software users*Ideal for casual, club and tournament players
Comments: (3)
Wel
I appreciated very much Byron Jacob'b books, since it allows to chess player how to use chess sotware program.If you do what advise to to you you can benefit a lot. You can realize a remarkable progress.

Besides I would like to talk about an important subject: Byron Jacobs has published a book whose name is "Analyse to Win". This book is excellent! What I hope from Byron Jacob is to publish such a book again, richer than the first one in context, at least 250 exercise and considering different stage of a chess game.

Personally I benefit a lot from these two books my personal chess play development.
Forcestalker
I was looking for ways on how to use Fritz and Fritz Powerbook etc. in ways of getting training and this book didn't help much, it seems.
Maman
I've changed my opinion on this book after looking at it more closely.
Although the book concentrates on ChessBase products, ChessAssistant is given a fair mention, along with some freely available products.
This is not a bad book. Its advice on using databases for self-improvement is sound and reasonable. It might be useful to somebody who has no idea whatsoever how to use a Chess database.
I think there are better, easier, cheaper ways to learn. On the other hand, a database can be expensive. This is a small additional price to help you make the most of your investment.
Why only 2 stars? There is too much fluff and filler. A book on chess software should not have so many single-position diagrams for study. Those diagrams might have been more useful if we knew the games they came from. Then we could pull them up in our handy-dandy database.
The authors completely overlook what is by far the most valuable training software, from Convekta. In fact, tactics training is given short shrift, even though it is arguably the best reason for using a computer to study chess.
Most of what is in this book is fairly obvious. The advice is available in paragraphs -- and sometimes full chapters -- in many other chess books. I would expect a full-length book to be detailed and comprehensive. There are definitely things I could learn about using chess databases, but not here.
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