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I've placed links to Bill Wall's Chess website on my blog in the past. I thought it might be helpful to point out some of the information available on this giant resource site.
Full disclosure Mr. Wall has linked to this blog from his Resources list. The site is huge. As you would expect with a site that contains this many links some of them are broken. If you report them he does fix or remove them. My favorite part of the site is farther down. Scroll down to find this section.
Game collections sorted by Players, Openings, Tournaments, and EBooks. If you don't want to scroll and hunt for what you want you can search. Just press CTRL and F (find). Type in what you want to look for. Press the arrow keys to step through the list returned by your search. Check it out Bill Wall's Chess Website.
Monday, May 1, 2023
Wednesday, April 26, 2023
I came across this website. It contains drivers for the Novag Citrine and other computer connected chess boards.
I was particularly interested in the Novag Citrine to Fritz drivers. Look for the following paragraph.
"Fritz and ChessBase
Monday, January 2, 2023
You may have heard about this new technology. I thought I would apply it to the idea of the use of technology in chess. What do you think about it's response.
Technology has had a significant impact on the study of chess. One of the main ways that technology has been used in chess is through the development of chess engines. These are programs that are able to analyze chess positions and provide recommendations for the best moves to make. These programs have become increasingly sophisticated and are now able to beat even the strongest human players.