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Date: 22 Nov 2008 10:30:31
From: nospam
Subject: auto save games played at playchess.com
My friend and I have Fritz 11 installed on our computers, and we have
been visiting playchess.com, playing games against other computers in
the engine room. Our question is: How can we automatically save all
games played with this interface? Any light shed on this would be
greatly appreciated. Thanks very much, in advance.




 
Date: 22 Nov 2008 08:12:52
From: Rev. J.D. Walker
Subject: Re: auto save games played at playchess.com
On Nov 22, 7:30=A0am, nospam <nos...@example.net > wrote:
> My friend and I have Fritz 11 installed on our computers, and we have
> been visiting playchess.com, playing games against other computers in
> the engine room. Our question is: How can we automatically save all
> games played with this interface? Any light shed on this would be
> greatly appreciated. Thanks very much, in advance.

If I recall correctly, this is automatic. The trick is to locate the
right database file and open it up in the Fritz interface. It has
been awhile; it is possible that they have changed it, but I doubt it.
--

"Do that which is right."

Rev. J.D. Walker


  
Date: 22 Nov 2008 13:03:53
From: Mike Murray
Subject: Re: auto save games played at playchess.com
On Sat, 22 Nov 2008 08:12:52 -0800 (PST), "Rev. J.D. Walker"
<j.d.walker@comcast.net > wrote:

>On Nov 22, 7:30 am, nospam <nos...@example.net> wrote:
>> My friend and I have Fritz 11 installed on our computers, and we have
>> been visiting playchess.com, playing games against other computers in
>> the engine room. Our question is: How can we automatically save all
>> games played with this interface? Any light shed on this would be
>> greatly appreciated. Thanks very much, in advance.
>
>If I recall correctly, this is automatic. The trick is to locate the
>right database file and open it up in the Fritz interface. It has
>been awhile; it is possible that they have changed it, but I doubt it.

Yes, Fritz seems to have separate databases for almost every kind of
game, but it saves everything.


   
Date: 24 Nov 2008 01:54:44
From: B. Lafferty
Subject: Re: auto save games played at playchess.com
Mike Murray wrote:
> On Sat, 22 Nov 2008 08:12:52 -0800 (PST), "Rev. J.D. Walker"
> <j.d.walker@comcast.net> wrote:
>
>> On Nov 22, 7:30 am, nospam <nos...@example.net> wrote:
>>> My friend and I have Fritz 11 installed on our computers, and we have
>>> been visiting playchess.com, playing games against other computers in
>>> the engine room. Our question is: How can we automatically save all
>>> games played with this interface? Any light shed on this would be
>>> greatly appreciated. Thanks very much, in advance.
>> If I recall correctly, this is automatic. The trick is to locate the
>> right database file and open it up in the Fritz interface. It has
>> been awhile; it is possible that they have changed it, but I doubt it.
>
> Yes, Fritz seems to have separate databases for almost every kind of
> game, but it saves everything.

Fritz has its advantages. So do Convekta products. They all exist so
we can spend money.