The beginner level is for a very good beginner who won't beat it unless they 
have gained enough experience.  The program does not play like a dummy that 
makes terrible mistakes.  The novice level is about half again as difficult 
to beat.  The third level is at about the beginning tournament player's 
skill.  Level 4 will give most tournament players sort of a rough time, and 
the highest level is about where an extremely good tournament player would 
be.  Other computer chess programs will beat or equal it, but they cost more 
and have more features such as time controls and whether they play 
aggressively or passively, what kind of board and men are used, more 
training tools, more openings, games in a library to study, and all that 
sort of stuff.  But for the average chess player who cannot see what the 
heck they are doing like most of us, and even for a sighted chess player, 
Ian Humphreys has put together a nice little chess program, and it costs 
nothing!.

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ron Schamerhorn" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "gamers@audyssey.org" <Gamers@audyssey.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 24, 2008 5:48 PM
Subject: [Audyssey] BG chess challenge


> Hi all
>
>  I know there are some of you who know more of the game then I do.  What I
> am wondering is how the various levels compare.  That is to say is 
> beginner
> roughly a beginner level?  Would eAdvanced be fairly advanced and such.
> I'll admit the numbers given in the docs don't translate to much.  I do 
> like
> the game thus far however and think Ian has done a exceptional job on a 
> free
> chess game.
>
> Take care
> Ron
>
>
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