Chess Tournaments

Chess Tournaments crack/keygen

Version 1.1
Updated Jan 18th 2018
Company
Rating 4.0
221 4.0
Crack Size 5.2 MB
Downloads 2353
Systems Windows All, Unix
Category gaming-related

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Chess Tournaments

Designed for people passionate about chess, Chess Tournaments is a Windows tool that can be used to organize digital tournaments between multiple users connected to the same application from different computers around the world.

Following a fast setup operation, you're welcomed by a large window with an intuitive layout and chess board. To get started, you can either host or join an existing tournament by specifying the local IP address and port number to connect to.

Details about yourself can be entered too, such as first and last name, country, and title. If you're the host, then you have to wait for another person to join the tournament by connecting to your machine using the correct credentials.

Chess Tournaments Crack identifies common and less common moves, revealing their name. All moves are recorded so that you can play back to figure out mistakes and workarounds, for example. Furthermore, you can add notes with personal observations or other information worth mentioning about the other player, chat with your opponent via a built-in instant messenger, or create teams.

Chess can be played even without joining a tournament. As far as program settings are concerned, you can customize the UI colors, mute sounds, switch to fullscreen mode, and select another language for the interface. While you're in game, you can type your moves instead of clicking the mouse on the chess board. Moves can be exported to file and later imported to handle the entire game automatically. What's more, you can enter position setup mode or insert null moves.

Taking into account its straightforward interface and intuitive options, Chess Tournaments turns out to be a fun and practical Windows software application for putting together chess tournaments with your friends with minimal effort.

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