Opening Books (Ctg Format)

Re: Opening Books

Postby elcriollito » 25 Dec 2007 21:26

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Re: Opening Books

Postby chesslover89 » 29 Dec 2007 17:18

Thanks for those books eliasgino :Bravo
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Re: Opening Books

Postby elcriollito » 30 Dec 2007 05:51

muito abrigado
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Re: Opening Books

Postby wayup » 02 Jan 2008 03:39

I am new here. I like to know what is opening book, and how to install them, thanks :?:
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Re: Opening Books

Postby elcriollito » 06 Jan 2008 04:59

Normally the Opening Book of your software come with it,you don't need to do any major change on it,they are good,but now ,if you like to complicate your life, go to any links posted by my brasilian friend and get those on your pc, and here are the step by step posted by my friend M.T_mode of how use those in your Fritz or Shedder




this how u can add an opening books to your program (this example work for Fritz and Shredder)

copy and pasted from M.T_mode instruction

Sure, dude.

First of all, download and copy this book into the My Documents/Chessbase/Books folder.

Then, open your software and go to File/Open/Openings book, here you can select the book you've just copied.

That's it. From now on, your software will use this book, you can change its settings by pressing the F4 button.

Something tells me that I've already explained these on this forum, anyway.

Good Luck

From the Rybka web page>>>

Installation instructions for the opening book for Fritz

If you have accomplished a minimal installation of Fritz, then in that case the opening library is not installed. Otherwise you can also replace the opening library of Fritz with the opening library Rybka 2.1.
In order to link the opening library Rybka 2.1 do the following:
1) Copy a file Rybka.ctg from the ? Opening Book folder on your CD into folder C:/My documents/Chessbase/Books .
2) Start a new game .
3 ) Select the Opening book Tab. If the opening library was installed, then in order to replace it right-click in the program window and select the context menu item Close Book File .
Click the button Load book . Select the file of the opening library Rybka.ctg
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Re: Opening Books

Postby elcriollito » 06 Jan 2008 17:56

http://rybkachess.com/index.php?auswahl=Downloads

More opening Books,
This is what u can find there


Free downloads
2007-12-23 Perfect 13.ctg (a high quality .ctg book by Sedat Canbaz, click here to read more information and the recommended settings)
2007-08-19 Rybka.bkt (Official Rybka book for Shedder Classic interface by Harry Schnapp) (settings )
2007-07-10 HS_for_Rybka.zip (very strong .ctg book tailored for Rybka by Harry Schnapp)
2007-02-01 TurkII.ctg (the second version of the "Turk" opening book by Djordje Vidanovic)
2006-12-30 Sheebar.ctg (a very strong book for Chessbase interfaces by Aung Thura)
2006-11-18 Download Rybka v2.0 Rybka opening book for Arena (FAQ)
2006-09-23 Paradigm.ctg (guest book for Chessbase interfaces) (FAQ with author Dr. Wael Deeb)
2006-06-10 Noomen Testsuite 2006 - an updated version of Jeroen Noomen's set of opening positions. Intended for engine vs engine testing, gives a balanced representation of modern chess.
2006-05-15 Rybka opening book for Arena (FAQ)
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Opening Book by Sedat Canbaz / SedatChess And Last Rank

Postby pollo11 » 01 Feb 2008 17:49

Opening Book by Sedat Canbaz / SedatChess (Date 12-23-2007)

The Perfect 13.ctg contains:
- Super GM games - average 2650 Elo
- All games are since 1970-2007
- Hand tuned and carefully optimized to the strongest lines
- Books's Depth is up to 35 moves
- Disabled some 3-fold repetitions
- Rybka 2.3.2a mp and Zappa Mexico X64 are used on critical opening positions
- The book is tested with more than 10.000 games (90m+30s,15m+10s,10m+10s,4m+2s,3 min on Playchess)


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http://www.sedatchess.com/Perfect13_book.rar
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Re: Opening Book by Sedat Canbaz / SedatChess (Date 12-23-2007

Postby m.t_mode » 02 Feb 2008 13:20

And now you can get the best free book there.
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Re: Opening Books

Postby Waldemar » 02 Feb 2008 21:44

Does anybody have the FRITZ POWERBOOK 2007 :?: That could share it with me!? :)

I want, I claim, I desire, I beg, I implore, I beseech this!!! :cry:
4ut0 ch355 m3mb3r WALDEMAR...g00d g4m3 f0r 4ll...y4h000000! :ok
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Re: Opening Books

Postby linasinblues » 02 Feb 2008 22:53

try to pm elcriollito
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Re: Opening Books

Postby elcriollito » 11 Feb 2008 23:36

I will check my external hard drive, when I get home to upload FRITZ POWERBOOK 2007 ,if i am no wrong I think I have backed-up it before rebooted my pc 1 month ago.
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Re: Opening Books

Postby linasinblues » 12 Feb 2008 00:18

im waiting too elcriollito
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ChessBase Fritz PowerBook 2007

Postby elcriollito » 13 Feb 2008 02:09

As promise before,I unload the Chessbase_Fritz_PowerBook_2007 for the members here


http://rapidshare.com/files/91342278/Ch ... 7.zip.html
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Re: Opening Books

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