The Millennium ChessGenius Chess Computer
The chess computer for tournament and club players running Chess Genius by Richard Lang and recommended by world champion Anatoly Karpov.
Richard Lang, with no less than 10 world championship titles in Computer Chess is without doubt the most successful chess programmer ever. His legendary Chess Genius program succeeded on August 31, 1994 the historic first win a chess program over a reigning world chess champion at an official tournament: world champion Garry Kasparov was 1.5 at Intel Grand Prix Tournament in London: defeated by 0.5 points.
The MILLENNIUM ChessGenius includes this award-winning Weltmeister program. With its playing strength of more than 2000 ELO (according to international tournament standards) and due to its virtually infinite variable adjustment options it makes the perfect companion for all chess players, whether a beginner, club player or a strong tournament player.
Designed for chess professionals
|King Height||1.8" inch / 4.57 cm|
|King Base Diameter||0.67" inch / 1.7 cm|
|Square Size||0.95" inch / 2.41 cm|
|Chess Board Footprint||11.5" x 11.25"|
|Total Number of Pieces||32 Chess Pieces|
|Computer Rating (USCF)||2200+|
|Batteries Required||3 x AA|