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Fidelity Super "9" Deluxe Sensory Chess Challenger (1984)
FIDELITY SUPER “9” Deluxe Sensory Chess Challenger Electronic Chess Computer

FIDELITY SUPER “9” Deluxe Sensory Chess Challenger Electronic Chess Computer.

Picture taken from Fidelity Super 9 Deluxe User Manual.

The SUPER “9” DELUXE CHESS CHALLENGER represents the essence of chess playing ability and manufacturing craftsmanship. A very elegant array of programming and special features in a durable, economical housing.

The SUPER “9” DELUXE has an advanced chess playing program and a faster 2 MHz clock speed plus:

  • Voice feature repeats all your moves, repeats all of its moves, and is available in English, French, German and Spanish.
  • Fidelity’s popular CB9 Book Opening program is built-in.
  • Fifteen selectable levels of play: Eight pre-set time controls and seven additional levels (infinite time, count down time for blitz games, user selectable time, fixed-depth iterative search, fixed-depth non-iterative search, problem solving levels, and fixed-time search).
  • While thinking, it can display the move it is considering making, its current depth of search, and the score of the position.
  • Can suggest a move for you to make and show what it thinks will be the continuing line of play if you make the suggested move.
  • Selectable Book Openings and Book Practice Mode allows study of its Opening Book Repertoire.
  • Take-back feature allows you to take back more than 35 half moves.
  • Solves mate-in-seven and announces stalemate, draw by the 50-move rule, and draw by threefold repetition.
  • Thinks on the opponent’s time for faster response.
  • Promotes pawns to all legal pieces, and also considers these promotions for both sides while thinking about its move.
  • Monitor mode lets CHALLENGER referee a game between two human players by checking for illegal moves, keeping track of time, and printing moves if a printer is used.
  • Chess clock tells time remaining for each player, or tells elapsed time of game, automatically reversing for each player.
  • If allowed, it will resign in hopeless positions.
Information

Fidelity Super “9” Deluxe Sensory Chess Challenger (1984)

Fidelity Super “9” Deluxe Sensory Chess Challenger (1984)

Protective Case

Fidelity Super “9” Deluxe Sensory Chess Challenger (1984) Protective Case

Model: DS9

Fidelity Super “9” Deluxe Sensory Chess Challenger (1984) Model: DS9

User Manual

Fidelity Super “9” Deluxe Sensory Chess Challenger (1984) User Manual

CB9 Book Opening Program is built-in!

Technical Specifications

Manufacturer

Programmer

Fidelity International

Dan & Kathe Spracklen

Year:

1984

Manufacturer ELO

N/A

Original Price

$795.00

Wiki ELO:

1630

Model #:

DS9

My Serial #:

40690429

Processor Type

Speed

ROM

RAM

6502

8 Bit

2.5 Mhz

24 KB

4 KB

Battery Operated:

N/A

Adapter Option:

9V DC

Display Type:

64 Board LED’s + 4 Pos 7 Seg LCD

Board Type:

Sensory Electronic

Board Size:

7.3/4” x 7.3/4”

Overall Size:

11.1/2” x 13” x 3.3/8”

Move Entry

Options Selection

Playing Levels

Opening Library

Take Back Moves

Sensory Chessboard

Sensory Buttons

15 Levels Unlimited

8,160 Half Moves

35 Half Moves (Ply)

Position Setup/Ver.

Display Move Info/Analysis

Solve Mate

Save Game/ Ponder

Hint/Teach Mode

Yes / Yes

Yes / Yes

Mate in 7

Yes / Yes

Yes / Yes

Active Level:

A3

Tournament Level:

A6

Infinite Level:

B1

Game Information

Schachcomputer.Info

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

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View of Fidelity Super 9 Deluxe inside a Fidelity Electronics protective case.

Fidelity Super “9” Deluxe Sensory Chess Challenger (1984)  View of Fidelity Super 9 Deluxe inside a Fidelity Electronics protective case.

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