The Millennium Chess Classics Element
The chess computer module with the two ultimate engine classics!
For MILLENNIUM Exclusive & Supreme Tournament chessboards: The chess computer module with the two ultimate engine classics!
With the new control module Chess Classics Element made of elegant real wood you equip your MILLENNIUM sensor board with piece recognition with two legendary chess programs: The King by Johan de Koning and ChessGenius by Richard Lang.
Comfort & Experience
For the first time, both programs could be combined in one device, switching is easily done via the start menu, annoying unplugging is no longer necessary. In addition, the two chess programs share 9 memory slots for games played – so you can play with one engine and then analyze with the other if you wish.
The King Features
The King includes a Comfort mode with self-adjusting playing strength levels, as well as the Elo levels to help you assess your own playing strength. By switching to the expert mode, you can compete against an “electronic chess grandmaster” with up to 2500 ELO and even configure your own personalities.
In the latest version, ChessGenius can not only abandon its game in a hopeless situation, but also offer a draw. The engine is rightly considered an absolute classic of computer chess and offers, among other things, 2 opening libraries as well as 7 additional special books, with which you can train, for example, popular openings such as the Queen’s Gambit.
Suitable for: All chess lovers, from elementary school children to grandmasters
Skill level: From beginner to over 2500 ELO (according to SSDF list)
Display with lighting: yes, multi-stage dimmable, can be switched off
Processor: ARM Cortex M7, 300MHz processor
CPU clock frequency: adjustable from 10 - 300 MHz
Board-to-computer connection Standard 4-pin mini-din cable
Program: The King / ChessGenius
Author: Johan de Koning / Richard Lang
Current software status: 2021
Device languages: 7 (DE / GB / FR / NL / ES / IT / RU)
Menu system: Text-based / Graphical, all device languages
Updateable: Yes, via USB
Batteries required: no
Power adapter connection: Yes, 100 - 240V 50/60 Hz input - 9V 1A output
Power adapter included: No (uses power adapter from M820/M850)
Battery operation: With optional M825 ChessVolt module