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Fritz For Fun 13 Activation Code [full Version]

Fritz For Fun 13 Activation Code [full Version]


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About This Game

TAKE YOUR CHESS GAME TO NEW LEVELS!

FRITZ FOR FUN provides the perfect training opponent whatever your playing strength. The FRITZ engine adjusts its play to suit any rating, while the integrated chess coach explains moves and positions, gives tips, points out hidden dangers, and provides detailed opening statistics. Play against the training engine, a sparring partner that you can actually beat, again and again, until you have perfected your technique!

RAISE YOUR GAME! Wipe a feared opponent off the board, deliver checkmate, and extend your hand with a smile! Fritz shows you how it's done with first-class video trainers. Feared opponents are a thing of the past!

FRITZ gives you online access to the largest chess club in the world: Playchess.com – where every day, over 20,000 players from all over the world meet – from Beginners to Grandmasters. There's always something happening at Playchess - regular tournaments, traditional blitz games, training sessions and live broadcasts with Grandmaster commentary.

Pack more chess onto 64 squares with FRITZ FOR FUN!

Key Features:

  • Fritz 13 Interface
  • Fritz 13 engine and Fritz Training engine (32 bit)
  • 1 months Premium membership to Playchess.com, the world’s largest online chess community. Play, train and watch online
  • 1.5 Million games database
  • Let’s Check! Database access to over 200 million extensively analyzed positions through December 2015
  • 18 different 3D chessboards, 9 2D chessboards, 5 sets of 2D pieces
  • First-class video trainers and 1000 checkmate exercises
  • Play in Friend Mode, get hints and spy
  • Includes “101 Checkmate puzzles"
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Title: Fritz for Fun 13
Genre: Casual, Strategy
Developer:
Chessbase
Publisher:
Viva Media
Release Date: 12 Aug, 2013



English,French,Italian,German,Dutch




For all its features and focus on accessibility, Fritz for Fun 13 is strangely inflexible. Using Microsoft Office-inspired menus, getting in and out of the games you want, trying to use the frankly terrible 3D boards - everything feels so incredibly archaic and cumbersome, filling the experience with a clutter and roadblocks.

Fritz for Fun is certainly capable, but I can't say that it's fun to use. There have to be better chess programs in this day and age.. Fritz for Fun 13 is the best chess program I have played. Prior to this I played fritz 5.32 as white and Windows chess as black. In friend mode the program is quite sharp without being impossible. I've only played 3 games so far and each of them was very instructive. Fritz pushes the margin and makes you think. It doesn't play mechanically where you have to survive 20 moves then it makes an obvious blunder. It plays a full game and not a gauntlet you have to survive through. The 3d chess pieces and manual board orientation offers the perfect viewing angle as if you yourself were leaning over a chess board pondering.

It offers a lot of tools for practice and such but I play chess for fun and am not too critical. The evaluation profile window and the main engine window with the control board are staples of fritz for reviewing your games to see how you did. For positions where you don't understand why the computer uses the line it does in the main engine window you can use the analysis options to analyse a given position and it will show the branches saying why this and that doesn't work.

The only downside to Fritz for Fun 13 is it only supports one core. The only real downside to that is you can't use the 8 core Houdini engine to evaluate an opening in great depth and see what works and what doesn't(This is assuming you know the basic openings e.g. kings gambit declined, pirc, english, dutch ect.). You can get around that however by downloading the Arena GUI and running 8 core houdini from that.

Conclusion: Perfect game if you like playing chess for fun; this is to say you play to match your wits against the computer and not to memorize chess databases and pantomime.

After playing 13 games against the engine I found the friend mode to be too soft compared with fritz 5.32. You can blunder your way through a game and still win. With 5.32 I've played about 500 games and win on average 1 in 5. With fritz 13 I've played 13 games and have won 4 and lost 1. The longest time spent on one move might be 5 minutes. Longest game might be 20 minutes. I've played 50 minute games against 5.32 because it creates more difficult positions and if you make a single mistake you lose unless you are better than the base engine which I am not. Also it seems the fritz 13 engine has disappeared entirely. I only have the option to use the fritz 6 engine. The only way I have been able to get it back is to do a second install with the setup file which spreads files across multiple hard-drives.

I played another game against fritz and lost my queen at the beginning of the game and was down -6 and still managed to end up with a draw. I think I was even +3 eventually. I played another game where I had hanging pieces(trying out a new chess set) and the computer didn't capture them. Brutally obvious captures on the control board the computer ignores.

Aside from the generosity of fritz there is one particular position that I have difficulty playing against computers and that is roaming queen positions. e.g. Rook, minor piece, 2 pawns vs a queen with other pawns on the board. It's difficult simply because of the number of moves a queen can make on an open board and the computer calculates them all instantly. e.g. move 1 it can make five viable moves. Move two it can make 5 viable moves from each of its previous 5 viable moves. Continuing with induction by move 4 there is 625 move combinations(identifying the permutations is labor intensive). Harmonizing pieces and taking advantage of the fact the queen can't be traded still results in a difficult position where one of 625 possible positions being a fork can result in a loss. There is no end game exercise for this.. Fritz for fun 13 is a good value. You get the Fritz interface which is great and has with lots of options and utilities. The engines it comes with are single core but still very strong. You can easily install any UCI engines you want and there are plenty of good ones out there like Houdini 1.5, Komodo 4, Stockfish etc. You might want liquid cooling if you run all of your cores though - they get pretty warm looking at 10 million positions\/second. I even found some user designed 2d pieces you can install in you're fonts directory.

On the downside deleting games in the database and uninstalling\/reinstalling didn't work as expected. I prefer a program to remove everything (files, registry entries etc.) when you uninstall. Because it didn't I deleted some files manually and when I reinstalled they didn't get installed so I ended up using a system restore.

Overall it's best chess software I've used so far with a good interface, lots of features and flexibility.. Bought it for 5$, added Stockfish engine. Works well. Database is nice to have. The Fritz 13SE engine seemed a bit... Crap.

I have more than 54 hours in it, offline mode.. I have played chess at club level. I think this software is enough for analyze the chess game. You can input mutiple chess engine in to the program. There are thousands of chess game from the grandmaster to learn from. At first the program is difficult to use, the interface is sure confusing. If you don\u2019t want to spend money, i would suggest free mobile application as an alternative.. Fritz for fun 13 is a good value. You get the Fritz interface which is great and has with lots of options and utilities. The engines it comes with are single core but still very strong. You can easily install any UCI engines you want and there are plenty of good ones out there like Houdini 1.5, Komodo 4, Stockfish etc. You might want liquid cooling if you run all of your cores though - they get pretty warm looking at 10 million positions\/second. I even found some user designed 2d pieces you can install in you're fonts directory.

On the downside deleting games in the database and uninstalling\/reinstalling didn't work as expected. I prefer a program to remove everything (files, registry entries etc.) when you uninstall. Because it didn't I deleted some files manually and when I reinstalled they didn't get installed so I ended up using a system restore.

Overall it's best chess software I've used so far with a good interface, lots of features and flexibility.



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