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Date: 25 Apr 2005 17:13:36
From: Lee Harris
Subject: dumb question
What program do you need to view "PGN" games?






 
Date: 27 Apr 2005 18:00:02
From: anthony mee
Subject: Re: dumb question
any chess playing program should do this - I use 'fritz' - just open a new
game and paste the PGN in, or if you have a whole tournament downloaded open
a new database and import.
Fritz converts the games into chessbase format for storage in a larger
collection.
Hope useful
Tony
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Date: 26 Apr 2005 10:14:47
From: David Richerby
Subject: Re: dumb question
Lee Harris <[email protected] > wrote:
> What program do you need to view "PGN" games?

Any chess program will do this. Winboard is a quick, easy download.
(Assuming you're using Windows; Xboard for Unix; no idea about Macs but
Xboard presumably does the trick for OSX.)


Dave.

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Date: 25 Apr 2005 19:26:14
From: Mike Leahy
Subject: Re: dumb question

"Lee Harris" <[email protected] > wrote in message
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> What program do you need to view "PGN" games?

One free option is to download Bookup 2000 Express. Add the PGN file to its
Game menu and you can then search the list.

Bookup will also import the PGN games into an ebook so you can contrast the
openings.

Go to www.bookup.com, click on Videos, and then watch the very last video on
finding and using PGN files.

Mike Leahy
"The Database Man!"
www.bookup.com




 
Date: 25 Apr 2005 20:28:29
From: Jerzy
Subject: Re: dumb question
"Lee Harris" <[email protected] > wrote in message
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> What program do you need to view "PGN" games?

Notepad is enough but I recommend e.g. chessbase light ;-)