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@satguru59 wrote:46 mb is too less isnt it ?
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@danylo wrote:Hello!!! What shell Support book oops.bin?
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@Waldemar wrote:* Oops-02.bin is ready after i fixed my losses in BooksWar 10 tournament and will participate in SCCT Book ChampionShip II. Wish me good luck! After that tour, ready to prepare Oops-03.bin.
on Fri Jul 04, 2014 11:51 pm by
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@Arkeus wrote:Can someone explain me how to use .bin books?
VocalTechnique wrote:There is also another alternative way to use bin books in a FRITZ environment.
1. Download RpC-Needle
2. Place the bin file in same folder as your engine
3. Open the engine's runtime window
4. Physically drop the book file into the engines runtime command [keep window open]
5. Open engine Parameters
6. Place same name of bin file (example: RpC-Needle.bin)
into the engines directory slot exactly as it is written
7. Enable [OwnBook] option
8. Enable [Best book move] option
9. Disable [Use Book] in the Fritz GUI.
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VocalTechnique wrote:I will also send losses to you Waldemar, MAD RESPECT.
"With your powers combined, I am Captain Planet!"
- Captain Planet
on Mon Jul 07, 2014 1:42 pm by
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VocalTechnique wrote:@Arkeus wrote:Can someone explain me how to use .bin books?
Choose engine [I choose Stockfish as example]
Input the bin book name into the book directory within the engine parameters
***The bin. book name has to be entered EXACTLY has it is entered in your folder where the book is located
Open the folder where your same engine is located in your harddrive [mine is in c drive] right-click on the engine.exe
Click on [RUN]
The engine's runtime command will open. Physically drag the bin. book into the engine's runtime command.
If you did this correctly, you should see the directory where the book is located inside the engine's runtime command. Minimize.
Open the [Analysis] tabe to access the GUI book options
UNCLICK the [Use book] option. This is will disable the GUI book.