Saturday, March 3, 2012

Test Post Using Chess King

Farbror (1157) - Robot-1350 (1350)

Result: 1-0
Site: Local computer
Date: 2012.03.03
[...] 1.e4 e5 2.f4 exf4 3.¤f3 d5 4.exd5 £xd5 5.¤c3 £h5 6.d4 ¥b4 7.¥xf4 ¥xc3+ 8.bxc3 ¥g4 9.¥e2 c6 10.£d3 +1.09 10...¤d7 11.O-O-O +0.13 11...¥f5 12.£e3+ +1.34 12...¤e5 13.¤xe5 +11.34 13...£h6 14.¥xh6 +14.59 14...¥h3 15.¥xg7 +21.52 15...¥xg2 16.¥xh8 +19.01 16...¥d5 17.¦hf1 +20.81 17...c5 18.¤xf7+ +29.30 18...¢d7 19.dxc5 +99.92 19...a6 20.¦xd5+ +99.96 20...¢c7 21.£e5+ +99.98 21...¢c8 22.¦d8#White checkmates.


  1. I am trying to get the Export feature in Chess King to work in harmony with my Blo.

  2. The process is similar to that in Aquarium, here's the YouTube tutorial on it:

    Unfortunately, in published games there's no scrolling box for the game notation and annotations, so I'm not able to use it for games with commentary. You can see what I'm talking about here:

  3. I published a game using Aquarium some time ago and it looked better as a chess board appeared.

  4. Just like with Aquarium, you have to edit your blog's HTML template and paste in the links as shown in the video. If that's not done, the board doesn't appear.

  5. I might have added the HTML template thingy in some weird way. I will hard code in into the template and not rely on the tool provided by Google.