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About This Software

Note: ChessBase in not a chess video game. It is an educational tool designed for serious chess players for training and preparation purposes.

ChessBase Pro is a personal, stand-alone chess database that has become the standard throughout the world. All kinds of players use ChessBase, from the World Champion to the amateur next door. It is the program of choice for anyone who loves the game and wants to know more about it. Start your personal success story with ChessBase and enjoy your chess even more.

WHAT YOU CAN DO WITH CHESSBASE:

Retrieve games according to openings, players and tournaments; generate tournament cross tables and full graphic statistics of players or openings; “Similarity search” shows all games with similar pawn structures, sacrifice patterns, endgame positions etc.; “Let's check”*: access the world's largest database of in-depth analysis (more than 200 million positions); Cloud analysis: analysis of a single position with several engines from different computers running in parallel; “Deep analysis”: generates an analysis tree that changes dynamically as with time weaker variations are dropped. One click annotates your game with the “Theoretical Novelty”; merge games on-the-fly into an opening tree; generate a player's dossier containing all available information from the database; generate a comprehensive openings report with main and critical lines, plans and most important games; Single click publishing of games on the Internet; print games in superb quality with diagrams and multiple columns; automatic update of your local reference database with the weekly installments of games; access to the ChessBase online database with over 7 million games**.

NEW IN CHESSBASE 13:

  • The ChessBase Cloud***: You are now able to make use of your databases from any computer. Set up your own repertoire and your own games in private space in our cloud.
  • Optimize the performance of your engines with analysis tasks. Define which positions are to be analyzed, one after the other. Your engine will track your performance over time and assemble and store in-depth analyses of your games.
  • The improved repertoire function distinguishes between the repertoire for White and Black.
  • Ergonomic operation: Easier analysis and annotation via a new series of buttons. More efficient input of variations during analysis, new variations accepted without a request for confirmation.
  • And much more!

ChessBase Pro

  • ChessBase 13 program
  • Mega Database 2016 (approx. 6.4 million games, 68,500 with annotations)
  • Access to ChessBase Cloud and ChessBase Online Database (over 7 million games
  • Access to Weekly Games Update until 31st December 2016

* Let's Check service access last through Dec. 31, 2016

** Live-Database access through Dec. 31, 2016

*** A ChessBase Account is required for ChessBase Cloud access 7ad7b8b382



Title: ChessBase 13 Pro
Developer:
Chessbase
Publisher:
Viva Media
Release Date: 4 Aug, 2016



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Do NOT make the same mistake I did and buy this software, the company that makes it doesn\u00b4t give you support because it\u00b4s licensed and it doesn\u00b4t work. I cannot analyze any game I put and you can only see old matches, so it\u00b4s not worth it and with that price? NEVER!! It\u00b4s s shame this company does this and then tells you they can\u00b4t help you, terrible. I would ask for a refund but it was too late for me.. I play Chess as a hobby and have a lot of interest in the game, I decided to pick up ChessBase since so many serious players use it and consider it a must-have.

It's not a Chess game but is mainly a database of Chess games and contains so much interesting information and history that will interest true Chess players and also help them in their own play.

There are MILLIONS of games recorded in the database, and you can search through them in various ways.
If I have a certain position in an opening I like, I can search up all of the games in the database that reached that position, and observe what other plays did from there and the results.
This can be helpful for learning and getting some new ideas you may have not had yet, or observe maybe not which move from the position won the game but rather which move from there was it that lost the game for a player.

I love the software so far and am still exploring all of its features. Right now I am going over all of Bobby Fischer's games in the database.
I like to learn from them, but I also enjoy seeing them unfold just as if I am watching it live on tv or something.

I do recommend this software to serious Chess players, but to a casual who does not care if they're improving regularly or are not yet sure if they want to keep Chess as a long term hobby, then they probably will not value the software as much.. Do NOT make the same mistake I did and buy this software, the company that makes it doesn\u00b4t give you support because it\u00b4s licensed and it doesn\u00b4t work. I cannot analyze any game I put and you can only see old matches, so it\u00b4s not worth it and with that price? NEVER!! It\u00b4s s shame this company does this and then tells you they can\u00b4t help you, terrible. I would ask for a refund but it was too late for me.. I play Chess as a hobby and have a lot of interest in the game, I decided to pick up ChessBase since so many serious players use it and consider it a must-have.

It's not a Chess game but is mainly a database of Chess games and contains so much interesting information and history that will interest true Chess players and also help them in their own play.

There are MILLIONS of games recorded in the database, and you can search through them in various ways.
If I have a certain position in an opening I like, I can search up all of the games in the database that reached that position, and observe what other plays did from there and the results.
This can be helpful for learning and getting some new ideas you may have not had yet, or observe maybe not which move from the position won the game but rather which move from there was it that lost the game for a player.

I love the software so far and am still exploring all of its features. Right now I am going over all of Bobby Fischer's games in the database.
I like to learn from them, but I also enjoy seeing them unfold just as if I am watching it live on tv or something.

I do recommend this software to serious Chess players, but to a casual who does not care if they're improving regularly or are not yet sure if they want to keep Chess as a long term hobby, then they probably will not value the software as much.. Overall I have to give a marginal thumbs-down for this software, even at the sale
price of 75% off. The chess games database itself is good, and the analysis features
are nice, so these may make the purchase worthwhile to you, but there are a lot of
things missing for this to be considered a "Pro" version, for example no endgame
tablebases are included, you have to download them from either here
https:\/\/chess.cygnitec.com\/tablebases\/<\/a> or via a torrent listed here
http:\/\/oics.olympuschess.com\/tracker\/<\/a>
uncompress them and configure them yourself in the File -> Options -> Tablebases.

Remember that this is in the "SOFTWARE" category under your LIBRARY menu,
not in the "GAMES" category. If you don't realize this, you might waste some time
trying to find "ChessBase 13 Pro" after you've installed it.

The developer doesn't appear to have put much thought into this Steam release.
For example, the Steam installer doesn't install the Mega 2016 database for you.

You need to go into "ChessBase 13 Pro - Properties"
and click on the "BROWSE LOCAL FILES..." button and inside there you'll find
a directory called "Mega2016_Database_Setup" and inside that directory there's
an installer application called "SetupMega2016" click on this to install it, and it'll
complete with this message:
"Mega Database 2016 has been installed on your computer."
After that, the database will appear as a new icon in the "Home" tab's
"My Databases" pane, alongside the "Big Database 2014" icon.
If you don't do this, you'd be missing around 673,854 games, which is
kinda a lot considering you only get around thirty thousand games for
each of your hard-earned dollars!
The "Mega Database 2016" contains 6,466,288 games.
The "Big Database 2014" contains 5,792,434 games.

It's not clear how the developer intends to supply updates to the game database,
as there is no DLC for this software. Perhaps they expect the Steam Community
to update their game databases manually from public sources such as The World in Chess?
But doing that would seem quite labor-intensive.

The developer would have had a much more favorable review if they allowed the
Steam Community to update the game database over time,
considering that many other Steam products are constantly being updated by
their developers.

There is a manual provided for this extremely complex (yet
very useful) database software product. To find the manual for this
specific version, you can go into "ChessBase 13 Pro - Properties" and
click on the "BROWSE LOCAL FILES..." button and inside there you'll find
a directory called "Manual" and you'll find a PDF file called "eng"
which is the manual for ChessBase 13 Pro.

Getting the software working with the DGT eBoard isn't obvious to newcomers,
yet it's the first thing you'll want to do when deciding whether to keep the product,
since you need to check whether it works properly or not (the Fritz 14 software on
Steam was glitchy for me with the DGT board, whereas ChessBase 13 works well).

To configure the DGT eBoard, you need to go to the "Board" tab and make sure
that the DGT board checkbox is clicked. Unfortunately, the "Board" tab disappears
if you start clicking around on any of the functionality, so be careful when you first
open the program and look for the "Board" tab and click the DGT checkbox first.

You apparently have to click the DGT checkbox EVERY TIME YOU START THE SOFTWARE!!
This is quite bizarre, something so fundamental as an external USB interface should be a
savable setting, not something you have to hunt for in the bizarre tabbed menu system
each time you start the program.

To setup a position using the DGT eBoard, you have to remove BOTH of the kings from
the board and place them both back again, placing back last the king of the color whose
move it is to play (otherwise the analysis will start analysing based on thinking the opposite
side gets to move. The software doesn't even prompt you to ask if you made a mistake in
the setup, which seems very silly when the analysis can see very well that the best move
is something like a checkmate in a small number of moves -- why would a human need to
run an analysis on a position like that, shouldn't the software prompt to ask if the move
belongs to the other side, before spending all the CPU time to perform in-depth analysis?)

Setting up a position on the DGT eBoard (e.g. the position shown on page 12
of the book "Understanding the Modern Defence" by David Norwood) and then
attempting to search for this position in the database using the
"Home" -> Double-click on the "Mega Database 2016" ->
"Filter List" -> "Position" tab -> "Copy board" button -> OK
it fails to find the position unless you remember to change the value of "Last" to a
higher value such as 300. The same thing happens without the DGT eBoard
if you use the "File" -> "New" -> "Position set up" menu to set up the position.
If you use "File" -> "New" -> "New board in database" and enter each of
the moves all the way up to the same position in the game that actually is in the database
(in this case, it's game 620129, position 11), using the "Copy position" button and then
performing the search using that position, it finds the correct game.
So the setting for "Last" is important in the "Filter Games" dialog box,
it needs more explanation. Also, the "Copy board" button under the "Position" tab of
the "Filter List" menu is improperly named, it should be "Paste position" because the
position is not necessarily from the DGT eBoard, it's just using whatever chess position
happens to be stored in the clipboard.
Update: I found that the search works properly when right-clicking on the board image
and selecting the "Find Position in Mega Database 2016..." menu item, because when
searching that way it automatically sets the "Last" value to 300 (but another bug
is that this menu item vanishes if you create a database of your own, leaving you with only
the "Find Position in Big Database 2014..." menu item corresponding to the Shift+F7 shortcut).

Severe bugs:

- After endgame tablebases are installed, setting up an
endgame position and clicking the Deep Analysis button causes
the ChessBase 13 to hang, whereas Fritz 15 works OK and immediately
shows the moves to mate.

Slight bugs which reflect a lack of attention from the developer.

- The CPU meter in the bottom-right of the window is showing 100% most of the time,
even when the program is not performing any analysis.

- When double-clicking to open a game in a new window,
the notation section is sometimes randomly empty.
Repeating the same action, the notation section may be populated.

- The tooltip for the "File" menu still says "Application Menu"
(it had this name in the past, but they forgot to update the tooltip,
and also many occurrences of "application menu" in the manual itself).
The "File" menu is modal: the "New" will offer either "Board Window"
or "Database" depending on where you invoke it from, which is confusing.

- The game number (the unique database index of the game) is not shown
in the title of the window when that game is open, nor can it be used as a
search criteria (as far as I can tell). This approach is bizarre for a database
program, normally the unique primary key would be a convenient way to
quickly get back to a specific database record. There doesn't appear to be
any way to mark specific games that you've studied as your "favorites".

- The "Help" tab's tempting-looking blue "Support Website" button (with a nice
big question mark in it) lands up on the following page, which clearly needs some
support itself as it only gives the following error: "Server Error in '\/' Application."
http:\/\/support.chessbase.com\/?Name=ChessBase%2013<\/a>
It should instead redirect (or be updated to refer to) their new support site:
https:\/\/en.chessbase.com\/pages\/support<\/a>. Overall I have to give a marginal thumbs-down for this software, even at the sale
price of 75% off. The chess games database itself is good, and the analysis features
are nice, so these may make the purchase worthwhile to you, but there are a lot of
things missing for this to be considered a "Pro" version, for example no endgame
tablebases are included, you have to download them from either here
https:\/\/chess.cygnitec.com\/tablebases\/<\/a> or via a torrent listed here
http:\/\/oics.olympuschess.com\/tracker\/<\/a>
uncompress them and configure them yourself in the File -> Options -> Tablebases.

Remember that this is in the "SOFTWARE" category under your LIBRARY menu,
not in the "GAMES" category. If you don't realize this, you might waste some time
trying to find "ChessBase 13 Pro" after you've installed it.

The developer doesn't appear to have put much thought into this Steam release.
For example, the Steam installer doesn't install the Mega 2016 database for you.

You need to go into "ChessBase 13 Pro - Properties"
and click on the "BROWSE LOCAL FILES..." button and inside there you'll find
a directory called "Mega2016_Database_Setup" and inside that directory there's
an installer application called "SetupMega2016" click on this to install it, and it'll
complete with this message:
"Mega Database 2016 has been installed on your computer."
After that, the database will appear as a new icon in the "Home" tab's
"My Databases" pane, alongside the "Big Database 2014" icon.
If you don't do this, you'd be missing around 673,854 games, which is
kinda a lot considering you only get around thirty thousand games for
each of your hard-earned dollars!
The "Mega Database 2016" contains 6,466,288 games.
The "Big Database 2014" contains 5,792,434 games.

It's not clear how the developer intends to supply updates to the game database,
as there is no DLC for this software. Perhaps they expect the Steam Community
to update their game databases manually from public sources such as The World in Chess?
But doing that would seem quite labor-intensive.

The developer would have had a much more favorable review if they allowed the
Steam Community to update the game database over time,
considering that many other Steam products are constantly being updated by
their developers.

There is a manual provided for this extremely complex (yet
very useful) database software product. To find the manual for this
specific version, you can go into "ChessBase 13 Pro - Properties" and
click on the "BROWSE LOCAL FILES..." button and inside there you'll find
a directory called "Manual" and you'll find a PDF file called "eng"
which is the manual for ChessBase 13 Pro.

Getting the software working with the DGT eBoard isn't obvious to newcomers,
yet it's the first thing you'll want to do when deciding whether to keep the product,
since you need to check whether it works properly or not (the Fritz 14 software on
Steam was glitchy for me with the DGT board, whereas ChessBase 13 works well).

To configure the DGT eBoard, you need to go to the "Board" tab and make sure
that the DGT board checkbox is clicked. Unfortunately, the "Board" tab disappears
if you start clicking around on any of the functionality, so be careful when you first
open the program and look for the "Board" tab and click the DGT checkbox first.

You apparently have to click the DGT checkbox EVERY TIME YOU START THE SOFTWARE!!
This is quite bizarre, something so fundamental as an external USB interface should be a
savable setting, not something you have to hunt for in the bizarre tabbed menu system
each time you start the program.

To setup a position using the DGT eBoard, you have to remove BOTH of the kings from
the board and place them both back again, placing back last the king of the color whose
move it is to play (otherwise the analysis will start analysing based on thinking the opposite
side gets to move. The software doesn't even prompt you to ask if you made a mistake in
the setup, which seems very silly when the analysis can see very well that the best move
is something like a checkmate in a small number of moves -- why would a human need to
run an analysis on a position like that, shouldn't the software prompt to ask if the move
belongs to the other side, before spending all the CPU time to perform in-depth analysis?)

Setting up a position on the DGT eBoard (e.g. the position shown on page 12
of the book "Understanding the Modern Defence" by David Norwood) and then
attempting to search for this position in the database using the
"Home" -> Double-click on the "Mega Database 2016" ->
"Filter List" -> "Position" tab -> "Copy board" button -> OK
it fails to find the position unless you remember to change the value of "Last" to a
higher value such as 300. The same thing happens without the DGT eBoard
if you use the "File" -> "New" -> "Position set up" menu to set up the position.
If you use "File" -> "New" -> "New board in database" and enter each of
the moves all the way up to the same position in the game that actually is in the database
(in this case, it's game 620129, position 11), using the "Copy position" button and then
performing the search using that position, it finds the correct game.
So the setting for "Last" is important in the "Filter Games" dialog box,
it needs more explanation. Also, the "Copy board" button under the "Position" tab of
the "Filter List" menu is improperly named, it should be "Paste position" because the
position is not necessarily from the DGT eBoard, it's just using whatever chess position
happens to be stored in the clipboard.
Update: I found that the search works properly when right-clicking on the board image
and selecting the "Find Position in Mega Database 2016..." menu item, because when
searching that way it automatically sets the "Last" value to 300 (but another bug
is that this menu item vanishes if you create a database of your own, leaving you with only
the "Find Position in Big Database 2014..." menu item corresponding to the Shift+F7 shortcut).

Severe bugs:

- After endgame tablebases are installed, setting up an
endgame position and clicking the Deep Analysis button causes
the ChessBase 13 to hang, whereas Fritz 15 works OK and immediately
shows the moves to mate.

Slight bugs which reflect a lack of attention from the developer.

- The CPU meter in the bottom-right of the window is showing 100% most of the time,
even when the program is not performing any analysis.

- When double-clicking to open a game in a new window,
the notation section is sometimes randomly empty.
Repeating the same action, the notation section may be populated.

- The tooltip for the "File" menu still says "Application Menu"
(it had this name in the past, but they forgot to update the tooltip,
and also many occurrences of "application menu" in the manual itself).
The "File" menu is modal: the "New" will offer either "Board Window"
or "Database" depending on where you invoke it from, which is confusing.

- The game number (the unique database index of the game) is not shown
in the title of the window when that game is open, nor can it be used as a
search criteria (as far as I can tell). This approach is bizarre for a database
program, normally the unique primary key would be a convenient way to
quickly get back to a specific database record. There doesn't appear to be
any way to mark specific games that you've studied as your "favorites".

- The "Help" tab's tempting-looking blue "Support Website" button (with a nice
big question mark in it) lands up on the following page, which clearly needs some
support itself as it only gives the following error: "Server Error in '\/' Application."
http:\/\/support.chessbase.com\/?Name=ChessBase%2013<\/a>
It should instead redirect (or be updated to refer to) their new support site:
https:\/\/en.chessbase.com\/pages\/support<\/a>



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