For computer chess experts Shredder is the
number one choice. Nobody can ignore its amazing seven computer chess world
championship titles, won at Jakarta 1996, Paderborn 1999, London 2000,
Maastricht 2001, 2002, Graz 2003 and Tel Aviv 2004.
Available 10. February 2005
- You can configure the “engine” – the module
that calculates chess move – and change the program parameters to actually
improve its performance in practical games. After “tuning” your Shredder you
can test the engine in Internet games played automatically on the ChessBase
chess server playchess.com.
- Original Fritz interface: Included in the Shredder 9 pack age is the
latest Fritz interface with extensive training and entertainment features
for beginners, club players and grandmasters.
- Shredder9 also gives you full and free access to the ChessBase Playchess
server (1 year), where you can play games against people all over the world.
Naturally the Shredder 9 engine runs under the Fritz interface.
- Endgame database: Shredder 9 gives you perfect access to the endgame
databases. These contain perfect play information on all three and four
- Tournament openings book: The enhanced and extended Shredder openings
book gives you full statistical information for every move that has been
played in the current position. In addition you get a database with 500,000
historic and current games.
Shredder’s world championship titles: Jakarta
1996: World micro-computer chess champion, Paderborn 1999: Computer chess world
champion , London 2000: World micro-computer chess champion, Maastricht 2001:
World micro-computer chess champion, Maastricht 2002: Computer chess blitz world
champion, Graz 2003: Computer chess world champion and blitz world champion, Tel
Aviv 2004: Computer chess blitz world champion