For centuries there existed this dream among chess players of having an automated opponent. Baron Wofgang von Kempelen built in 1768 what appeared to be the first automated chess machine. This turned out to be a hoax as inside the machine a small person was hidden who played the moves.
You have bought with your Chess-Master CM a strong playing chess computer which is loaded with options that will provide you a great amount of choices. CM understands all the chess rules including castling and en-passant, checkmates and fools mate. With the 6 Playing, 2 Problem and 4 Random Move levels you can be assured of exciting games filled with variety. The most well known chess openings are also included in CM’s opening library.
Excerpts taken from the RFT “Chess-Master” User Manual, translated by Spacious-Mind