The new Chess King 23 is considerably improved from the original Chess King or from any of the previous versions of Chess King. It is compatible with Windows 10 and 11 (or any previous version Windows) and has an updated GigaKing database with games till end of November of 2022, a full opening tree, and many playing modes. For analysis, it includes the Grandmaster engine Rybka with a rating of 2961 ELO and an automatic installer for the engine Stockfish with a rating above 3400 ELO. It’s the perfect tool for any chess player to improve at chess, by playing, analyzing one's games, solving thousands of chess exercises. Provides a complete chess program at an unbelievably low price.
Includes the Grandmaster engine Rybka (ELO 2961) and an automatic installer for Stockfish with ELO over 3400.
Main features of Chess King 23:
• Grandmaster engine Rybka
• Automatic installer for Stockfish engine
• Huge opening tree with evaluations and success for each move
• GigaKing 2022 games database of over 8 million games
• Classical (any level), Random, Puzzle (1500 puzzles) and Quest modes (100 games)
• Prepare for your opponent, opening and custom trees
Chess King 23 is a new and versatile tool for chess players and is an ideal introduction for the beginner, a challenging opponent for the practiced amateur, and an invaluable coach for the aspiring master. Chess King 23 emphasizes simplicity of use in training players. However, it is more than just a traditional training program as it includes an extremely strong chess engine and a huge professional database. It is also a convenient tool for analyzing and studying one's opponent before facing them at a tournament. Buying Chess King 23 is like getting several products and paying only for one, a professional chess software playing and analysis system, the largest game database available GigaKing, the grandmaster chess engines Rybka and Stockfish, 1500 chess puzzles for all chess levels, a unique random playing mode, and much, much more. Included: Rybka, GigaKing Database of over 8 million games, Full opening tree, Chess puzzles, over one hundred opening positions, Photos of over 1600 chess players. Rybka - a chess engine rated well above 2900 Elo is a good choice for analysis. Considering such a strong engine can be frustrating to play against, Rybka includes various kinds of handicaps that can be set up using the Chess King interface. The GigaKing database is updated up to the end of 2022 and includes a full opening tree. Full Chess960 support. The program is very easy to use, with several video tutorials available on the publisher's site and a possibility to send questions and feedback to the manufacturers.
Play in Classical Mode
You can play at any level you choose, from a rating of 800 to 3200, either with white or black, and either for fun (not counting for rating, you can take back moves), or in rated mode. Your games will automatically be saved in your games database and you will be able to analyze them in detail with the Grandmaster engine to see what mistakes have been made.
Have fun in the Random Mode
The Random Mode is exclusive to Chess King, in which you can choose what advantage you want to start the game with and the number of pieces you want to have on the board. For example suppose you want to start with an advantage of +6 (the equivalent of 6 pawns advantage), Chess King will randomly select a starting position with the characteristics you decide and then you will play that position against Rybka for Chess King or Stockfish if you installed it, at the highest level. Anybody should win with such a crushing starting advantage, but you’ll see it’s not that easy!
Search in the GigaKing Database
Look out for games of your favorite players in the GigaKing database. For example a search for Magnus Carlsen will give more than 2,000 games including all the games he played in official tournaments and many of his published exhibition matches and simultaneous exhibitions.
Whole Game Evaluation graph and Engine Analysis
In the Analysis Pane after the opening stage one sees the game notation and comments, the whole game evaluation graph and below the best lines calculated by the engine. In this position below black could have taken the advantage by taking the pawn on e5, giving an evaluation of -0.86 (Black would have an advantage of close to 1 pawn equivalent), and instead played a bad move a4, which gave an evaluation of +0.49, which means white is up the equivalent of 1/2 pawn. With Chess King 23 you will know the best moves in each position.