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Screen shot of Shane's Chess Information Database programScid (Shane's Chess Information Database) Tutorial

Keeping your chess games on a computer allows you to share your games with other players, receive games analysis from experienced chess players, and run a computerized game analysis engine through your games.
 
Learn how to store your chess games using this online tutorial for Scid (Shane's Chess Information Database). Scid is available from http://scid.sourceforge.net/ and runs on both Windows (XP and Vista) and Linux. Scid is free software distributed under the Gnu General Public License (GPL).

Click on the link below to access the tutorial. Follow the steps and illustrations to download, install and use Scid. You will then be able to record your chess games for game analysis! For Oklahoma scholastic chess players, there are directions at the end for sending your games in to OSCO (www.okschess.org) for posting online.

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Scholastic players taking chess notationResources for Recording Your Chess Games 

 


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