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Saitek - Ajedrez (CH06) (versión en alemán)

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  • Mephisto Expert Travel Master Chess

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Peso del producto1,4 Kg
Dimensiones del paquete28,2 x 21,2 x 7,2 cm
Rango superior de edad recomendada8 años y más
Edad mínima recomendada (por el fabricante)6 años y más
Número de modelosaichessexperttravel
Montaje necesarioNo
Necesita bateríasNo
Incluye bateríasNo
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Producto en desde14 de marzo de 2013
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Mephisto Expert Travel Master Chess

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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Disappointed! 2 de noviembre de 2010
Por slav4ikMD - Publicado en
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There is one major advantage that this set has - that the pieces do not fall from the board and therefore this comes in very handy when you are traveling or are playing in bed in an akward position. I would say that is the only reason to get this set. I would say that the claim of the strength of this piece is overrated. I would rate myself as a "bright beginner" (I am rated about 1100 on and so far I have beaten the computer on every level I've played (I wouldn't say it plays ridiculously and I am still having fun, but I do not find it to be as challenging as I would like). Now, I ust say that I have not tried the levels where the machine spends several (like 5-10) minutes per move thinking and it may be that it plays very well with that mode, but frankly I do not have the patience for a 5 hour game. So - if you are looking for a very strong game and a quick computer AND are planning to just play at home, do not get this machine. Also I have to say that it is quite flimsy and the pieces are poorly manufactured. I also have to say that all in all I would have probably still gotten this game because I travel a lot and want to be able to play on the plane, so for me this works as a good option. I also use it at home when my wife is on the computer; otherwise I play on, which is excellent (you can play against others or again a very strong computer where the moves are made nearly instantaneously).
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 18 de diciembre de 2014
Por Marc A. - Publicado en
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Loved the chess computer. Service was great too.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Five Stars 14 de febrero de 2015
Por Mariano Francisco Diago - Publicado en
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Master Level Computer READ MANUAL to set up correctly! 28 de marzo de 2011
Por Johhny Depp Fan - Publicado en
I have owned this computer for a long long time. It works perfectly. You have to spend time READING and learning the manual! I am a USCF 2160 player and I set mine up to play the strongest possible chess. If you spend time reading the manual you will see you can set it to play weaker, play weaker openings, not think on your time, etc! I bet that is why some of these reviewers were able to beat it. Set it up at the strongest level like I did and they will lose every time! I use it as a training partner to practice my openings and typical middlegame positions and tactics, so I bring an opening book along, force the first 10 to 15 opening moves and then play it. For me this is the best computer to have, I set it up in the infinite mode so it will always give me toughest game. I sometimes for fun play blitz or 10 minute chess. Before a tournament I play it at the same time control the tournament will be to get me ready to rumble. I lose most games but do get draws once in a while and even less so I do win sometimes, but rarely, but I enjoy playing a strong master player all the time to improve my chess. This is a great chess computer, peg style so the pieces stay in place, I do not mind playing with the cover so I won't be taking mine off! It is very easy to switch piece colors for the bottom of the board so I do not find a need to take cover off. Batteries last a long time, I use duracell rechargeable types and it lasts for over 40 hours of play. If you want to set yours up to play strongest here are the parameters: +Auto, +Snd, -Sil, -Coch, -tic, +cdn, -top, +aPd. I hope this helps you get strongest play from your computer.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I like it. 23 de abril de 2009
Por Jim - Publicado en
This is my fourth chess computer, not counting chess software. I own an old Radio Shack chess computer, Chessmaster for Nintendo DS, and Excalibur's tournament size Grandmaster chess computer. I bought the Saitek Expert Travel Chess Computer because I wanted a chess computer I could play while reclining in bed or on a couch, that is larger than the Nintendo. The Saitek fills the bill with it's pegged pieces.

As another reviewer notes, the lid is easily removed by pulling on the pins on either side of the hinge. This makes the Saitek easier to hold. I took a star off for durability because the catch on the lid looks like it could easily break. Otherwise the Saitek appears to be well-built for its price.

Before buying it I looked at every photo I could find on the web to get a sense of its size - knowing the dimensions wasn't enough - and after all that it seems a tad smaller to me than what I'd expected. I wish the pieces were a big larger, but they are okay as they are.

According to Chessmaster software for the PC, my ELO is about 1000, though I don't know if one can really go by a chess software rating. That said, the Saitek is a challenge for me at the non-"Fun" levels. I haven't even bothered playing the Fun levels, because I would get little satisfaction from winning because my AI opponent made a "deliberate" mistake or mistakes. (Plus I don't want to have to reset the unit after using a Fun level, which an addendum to the manual says one must do.)

The manual that comes with the unit is nice, but for my older eyes I find it easier to read the manual in Adobe format, which is available free at Saitek's website. The unit also comes with a stiff, photocopyable scoresheet.

I don't like having to press squares on the Radio Shack chess computer I own. One must press squares either with the edge of the pieces or with one's fingertip. The Excalibur Grandmaster doesn't require any pressing; you just lift each piece and move it and the moves register. The small Saitek Expert Travel pieces must be pressed into the peg-holes to register each move, but I don't find this a bother at all. And it is nice that I can lie back in bed or on a couch or in a recliner and angle the unit to just about any position I like without fear that the pieces will fall out.

Dutch professional chess programmer Frans Morsch, who co-authored Fritz chess software, developed the program for the Expert Travel computers.

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