"For usage of this unit an electronic Millennium sensor board is required (not included): Either the new Supreme Tournament 55 or the board being part of the ChessGenius Exclusive or the Exclusive Luxe Edition."
The chess computer module with the two ultimate engine classics
With the new control module Chess Classics Element made of elegant real wood you equip your MILLENNIUM sensor board with piece recognition with two legendary chess programs: The King by Johan de Koning and ChessGenius by Richard Lang.
For the first time, both programs could be combined in one device, switching is easily done via the start menu, annoying unplugging is no longer necessary. In addition, the two chess programs share 9 memory slots for games played - so you can play with one engine and then analyze with the other if you wish. Both programs have the current firmware (incl. Chess960 in The King).
The King includes a Comfort mode with self-adjusting playing strength levels, as well as the Elo levels to help you assess your own playing strength. By switching to the expert mode, you can compete against an “electronic chess grandmaster” with up to 2500 ELO and even configure your own personalities.
In the latest version, ChessGenius can not only abandon its game in a hopeless situation, but also offer a draw. The engine is rightly considered an absolute classic of computer chess and offers, among other things, 2 opening libraries as well as 7 additional special books, with which you can train, for example, popular openings such as the Queen’s Gambit.
Save and load games, plus optional download of opening libraries, firmware updates or program enhancements
Countless configuration options: Configure up to three different opponent personalities for a game, such as against real chess grandmasters
Countless difficulty levels, infinitely configurable
Compatible chess boards
Still need a chess board? Your Chess Classics Element fits perfectly with the Exclusive Board and Supreme Tournament 55. Just plug it in and go. Both real wood boards are equipped with all technical refinements: Automatic figure recognition and LED move indicator for a perfect gaming experience. The difference lies mainly in the size. While the Exclusive board is 40 cm tall, the Supreme Tournament 55 can boast tournament size.