TIGER CHESS GRAND MASTER
WHAT IS A CHESS COMPUTER?
A chess computer is a traditional board with real chess pieces and electronic circuits which respond to the position of the pieces on the board. An important benefit is that you can play a game of chess against your computer when a human opponent is not available. You can do this at any time, and even switch off in the middle of a game and start again later, because the computer will remember exactly where all the pieces are even when it is switched off.
If you are a beginner at chess the computer’s advanced teaching mode will help you to learn the game, to learn about all the chess pieces and how they move.
Finally, do not think that you have no chance against the computer. It has many levels of skill and if you start off by playing on the lowest level you should find that as you get used to playing the computer you will learn more about the game and have a good chance of winning, As you improve and want a more challenging game you simply increase the level of skill you choose.
Your computer is an ideal opponent. It is ready to play you at any time, as often as you like, at whatever level of skill you choose.
TIGER CHESS GRAND MASTER MAIN CHARACTERISTICS
- 72 Levels of play.
- Sensory chess board.
- LCD Display indicates moves and other information.
- Position verify & set up.
- Take-back moves.
- Thinks on opponent’s time.
- Long-term memory.
- Detects draws by 50 move rule, 3 fold repetition, stalemate.
- Preprogrammed openings strategy.
- Pawn promotion, castling & en passant captures.
- Audible tone to indicate moves.
- Solves mate-in-2 problems.
- Teaching feature programmed into computer.
- Estimated player rating system - measure your progress (ELO player rating 1450).
- 432 Level settings.
Excerpts taken from the “Tiger Chess Grand Master” user manual and box.