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Novag Chess Champion Super System III (1979)
NOVAG CHESS CHAMPION SUPER SYSTEM III Electronic Chess Computer.

NOVAG CHESS CHAMPION SUPER SYSTEM III Electronic Chess Computer.

Picture taken from the Novag Chess Champion Super System III box.

NOVAG CHESS CHAMPION SUPER SYSTEM III Electronic Chess Computer.

NOVAG CHESS CHAMPION SUPER SYSTEM III Electronic Chess Computer.

Endorsed by Anatoly Karpov World Chess Champion.

Picture taken from the Novag Chess Champion Super System III box.

World Chess Champion Anatoly Karpov's verdict: "Also very good chess player will soon notice that residing inside this SUPER SYSTEM III, lies the knowledge and skill of one of the best chess computer experts in the world!"

NOVAG CHESS CHAMPION SUPER SYSTEM III - UNLIKE ANY OTHER AS EVIDENCED BY THESE 12 MOST IMPORTANT CHARACTERISTICS:

  1. Outstanding playing strength, because one of the best chess computer experts in the world developed the program.
  2. High-performance computer because the modern microelectronics and pipe-lined architecture of the microprocessors enable a storage capacity of about 65,000 bits.
  3. Aggressive challenger or defensive opponent, because this chess computer plays both White or Black. During a game you can change between allowing the computer to play white or black any number of times.
  4. Blitz Chess Partner or Combinational Strategist, because you can choose between 0 seconds and 100 hours computer thinking time. The longer the think time, the higher the skill level of the computer.
  5. Perfectly expert rule enforcer, because the computer strictly complies with the international chess rules and accepts no illegal moves. This computer also knows the 3x draw by repetition and 50x draw rules.
  6. Honest opponent because castling and en passant are performed automatically. Same with pawn promotion, the computer first offers a Queen which you can accept or you can specify a different piece.
  7. Transparent game play, because the LCD display clearly shows each move and corresponding chess piece icons. In addition, international valid characters for capturing, check, checkmate, stalemate, draw etc. are also clearly displayed.
  8. Rich in strategies, the computer is technically perfectly developed. No stereotypical traits! The computer can even play against itself.
  9. Provides game analysis and solves special chess puzzles, because the knowledge of grandmasters is represented in the programming.
  10. Can be your Trainer or act as your Second, because the computer can provide hints and suggest moves for you, even while you are playing against the computer.
  11. Searches millions of move alternatives, because of its advanced algorithms which are the same as used in large mainframe computers. Position verification of all chess pieces is possible at any time during the game.
  12. More than a powerful chess computer, because of the meaningful program accessories that are available to expand its use possibilities for today's computer age. See for yourself go and check out all the available accessories.

Excerpts taken from the Novag Chess Champion Super System III User Manual and Box translated from German by Spacious-Mind.

Information

Novag Chess Champion Super System III (1979)

Novag Chess Champion Super System III (1979)

Box

Novag Chess Champion Super System III (1979) Box

Model #: 605 335

Novag Chess Champion Super System III (1979) Model: 605 335

User Manual

Novag Chess Champion Super System III (1979) User Manual

Unlimited Play Levels up to 100 Hours per Move!

Technical Specifications

Manufacturer

Programmer/Chess Expert

Novag

Mike Johnson/David Levy

Year:

1979

Manufacturer ELO

N/A

Original Price

$295.00

Wiki ELO:

1375

Model #:

605 335

My Serial #:

N/A

Processor Type

Speed

ROM

RAM

6502 Single Chip

8 Bit

2 MHz

8 KB

1 KB

Battery Operated:

N/A

Adapter Option:

8V 5 pin DIN

Display Type:

LCD Display 4 Positions 7 Seg.

Board Type:

N/A

Board Size:

N/A

Overall Size:

9.3/4” x 6.1/2” x 2.1/2

Move Entry

Options Selection

Playing Levels

Opening Library

Take Back Moves

Push Buttons

Push Buttons

Time Entry

N/A

1 Half Move

Position Setup/Ver.

Display Move Info/Analysis

Solve Mate

Save Game/ Ponder

Hint/Teach Mode

Yes / Yes

Yes/ No

Mate-in-5

No / No

Yes / No

Active Level:

30 Seconds

Tournament Level:

3 Minutes

Infinite Level:

99:59:59 Hours

Game Information

Schachcomputer.Info

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Active Games (30s:1 or 60/30 etc.)

Active Games (30s:1 or 60/30 etc.)

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ELO

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ELO

72

18

18

36

37.5

1098

16

6

3

7

46.88

1205

Tournament Games (180s:1 or 40/2 hrs)

Tournament Games (180s:1 or 40/2 hrs)

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D

L

%

ELO

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W

D

L

%

ELO

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

n/a

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