Millennium Europe Chess Master II Chess Computer

Rated Over 1400 ELO / USCF 1600
Play chess against a computer! Intermediate level chess program rated around 1750 will challenge most chess players. Sit down for a game of chess any time you like!
$69.95
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Product Description

Play chess against a computer! Intermediate level chess program rated around 1750 will challenge most chess players. Sit down for a game of chess any time you like!

With 100 interactive practice positions, can you solve the puzzles? All chess rules, for example castling, pawn promotion, and en-passant are part of the logic, plus many openings. When no one is available to play chess, you can still play great games with the electronic chess computer! And you can adjust the level of play to suit yourself. It will save the last game position (before switched off) to enable game to be continued.

The large LCD display shows the entire surface and offers numerous help tips, functions, and tutorial programs. Select between 13 languages for menus and help functions. Each game can be played through at several different difficulty levels. Position verification, position set-up and move-cancelling functions available. Quick-response sensor board for easy and comfortable use.

Play chess plus 7 more popular board game classics,Checkers, Reversi, Halma, 4 in-a-row, Nim, Fox & Geese, and Northcote3

Double A batteries are included

Specifications:

  • Unit Dimensions: 10" x 7" x 1"
  • Playing Surface: 6" x 6"
  • Square size: 3/4" (.75)
Product Specifications
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King Height 1.25'' inch / 3.18 cm
King Base Diameter 0.5" inch / 1.27 cm
Square Size 0.7" in / 1.78 cm
Chess Board Footprint 10.25" x 7.25"
Computer Rating (USCF) 1600+
Batteries Required 2 x AA
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