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  *[[https://github.com/sznaider/qtchess | qtchess]] - Incomplete chess GUI by Mateusz Krawiec talking with chess engines via UCI and importing positions from FEN strings.   *[[https://github.com/sznaider/qtchess | qtchess]] - Incomplete chess GUI by Mateusz Krawiec talking with chess engines via UCI and importing positions from FEN strings.
-  *[[https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/relaxchess/9nf45rd240hn?SilentAuth=1&activetab=pivot:overviewtab | RelaxChess]] -  A commercial Windows product [[https://ibb.co/KDy1yL8 | Screenshot]] by Richard  Rusinkiewicz - it has a built in new Expert level that uses among other recursive search calculating a move. It supports UCI protocol and can be played in (human - computer, computer - computer, human - human) mode. You can play a game using 3D or 2D interface. It has a few fixed themes and 2 custom themes generated based on selected picture (game uses special effects). [[https://drive.google.com/file/d/12HXEig5gUBKH7r_qfV-Fj9ZPvOqXpE6k/view RelaxChess for Java 8/11, freeware]] +  *[[https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/relaxchess/9nf45rd240hn?SilentAuth=1&activetab=pivot:overviewtab | RelaxChess]] -  A commercial Windows product [[https://ibb.co/KDy1yL8 | Screenshot]] by Richard  Rusinkiewicz - it has a built in new Expert level that uses among other recursive search calculating a move. It supports UCI protocol and can be played in (human - computer, computer - computer, human - human) mode. You can play a game using 3D or 2D interface. It has a few fixed themes and 2 custom themes generated based on selected picture (game uses special effects). [[https://drive.google.com/file/d/12HXEig5gUBKH7r_qfV-Fj9ZPvOqXpE6k/view | RelaxChess for Java 8/11, freeware]]
  *[[https://github.com/xunker/uci | Ruby UCI]] - Universal Chess Interface for Ruby by Matthew Nielsen; supported engines ~ In theory it can support any UCI-compatible engine (except for conditions outlined in the 'caveats' section). It has been tested with:    Stockfish (Jan 11 2013 Github source) - Fruit 2.3.1 (Mac); caveats ~ no move checking; this gem assumes the engine knows what it's doing; if the gem wishes to place a illegal move it will be accepted. Unix-style Line endings are assumed. Current version assumes unix-style ("\n") line endings. That means running this under MS-DOS or Windows may barf. Very limited command set. Very few commands of the total UCI command set are currently supported - they are: starting a new game / setting options and positions / getting best move. It does not yet support: 'uci' command ponder mode / infinite mode / ponderhit / registrations   *[[https://github.com/xunker/uci | Ruby UCI]] - Universal Chess Interface for Ruby by Matthew Nielsen; supported engines ~ In theory it can support any UCI-compatible engine (except for conditions outlined in the 'caveats' section). It has been tested with:    Stockfish (Jan 11 2013 Github source) - Fruit 2.3.1 (Mac); caveats ~ no move checking; this gem assumes the engine knows what it's doing; if the gem wishes to place a illegal move it will be accepted. Unix-style Line endings are assumed. Current version assumes unix-style ("\n") line endings. That means running this under MS-DOS or Windows may barf. Very limited command set. Very few commands of the total UCI command set are currently supported - they are: starting a new game / setting options and positions / getting best move. It does not yet support: 'uci' command ponder mode / infinite mode / ponderhit / registrations

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