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Greg Strong wrote on 2021-04-23 UTC

I just wanted to ask, because it would be very difficult, if this version implements all the endgame conditions for apothecary. I doubt it because the AI is hard to reprogram for this. Have you given them any thoughts though?

If you mean the way a game can have additional outcomes, such as 3/4 - 1/4, that is not something that I know how to do.  And, even if there is a way, I would not alter the core AI to do it.

I really like the piece description that appears when right clicking a piece.

Thank you.  I'm rather proud of this.  ChessV definitely makes the most sophisticated movement diagrams that I have seen, offering good support for showing multi-path moves and bent rider moves.


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