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Subject: Re: Using Chessbase GUI to play in CCT6

Author: enrico carrisco

Date: 13:59:27 01/23/04

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On January 23, 2004 at 15:40:24, Vasik Rajlich wrote:

>On January 23, 2004 at 09:08:09, Peter Berger wrote:
>>On January 23, 2004 at 08:09:10, Vasik Rajlich wrote:
>>>I've also sent email to Volker asking for clarification. It seems to me that the
>>>"Junior.ctg", "Shredder.ctg" are pretty generic.
>>What I dislike is that if ChessBase books were allowed for everybody there were
>>no control at all on what people really use. One could simply rename
>>Fritz/Junior/Shredder.ctg to something else and say it is a home-made generic
>>book. This can't be controlled in a reasonable way.
>OTOH if you do have your main tournament book in chessbase format and you are
>playing in CCT with it, surely the rules can't prevent you from using it, can
>they? I'm looking forward to the clarification ...

Really a moot point in my opinion.  With the Chessbase function to export to
PGNs, I have a good idea where many engine books originate, even if not used
with the CB GUI.


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