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- - By JonP01 Date 2009-10-31 23:30
Hi,

I am wondering if a Rybka interface exists which features the following:

1. Has a mode where the user can input moves for both sides and where the chess clocks can keep track of cumulative time used for both sides (chessbase interfaces only seem to be able to track time used on a per move basis in this mode).

2. Games can be very easily saved into a format recognised by chessbase software.

Thanks for any help.
Parent - By Permanent Brain (*****) Date 2009-11-01 07:31 Edited 2009-11-01 07:34
Shredder Classic has an input mode (Enter Moves, Ctrl-2 in my version) where it uses the chess clock normally, but you enter moves for both sides and there is no engine activity. Can save PGN which is recognised by all relevant chess software.

It's not a Rybka interface especially, but it supports UCI (being from one of the inventors of UCI) so you can run Rybka in it.
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