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Subject: Re: Bookup vs other opening software

Author: gerold daniels

Date: 01:16:33 03/07/06

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On March 06, 2006 at 23:14:09, Daneil Johnson wrote:

>I wanted to study openings too but was not sure which program to use Chessbase,
>Chess Assistant 8.1, the Comprehensive Chess Openings 2005, Openings Instructor,
>and Bookup.  If someone has Chessbase do they really need Bookup?
>I like the way Comprehensive Chess Openings 2005 list the openings in their
>openings table mode its like BCO but cannot use a external chess engine, only
>can use built in Crafty.  For the money, for Bookup Pro, I could buy Chess
>Assistant 8.1 mega and then link up uci engines (I hope so).  I already have
>Chessbase but afraid to add to books and screw up the opening books. Maybe the
>Chessbase program can do everything Bookup can but I don't know how to use it
>correctly. I have been sitting on the fence for awhile and cannot make up my
>mind about buying Bookup.  If someone can help please guide me on how to best
>improve and learn openings I will be grateful.  Cost is not really important but
>value is.
>Thanks

http://www.eudesign.com/chessops/ch-group.htm
 Have you looked at this site Daneil.



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