The ChessGenius Exclusive contains - eponymously - one of the most famous chess engines of all times: ChessGenius by Richard Lang.
With his 10 world championship titles in computer chess, the Englishman is without a doubt considered one of the most successful chess programmers of all time. His legendary program ChessGenius achieved the historic first victory of a chess program over a reigning world chess champion in an oﬃcial tournament on August 31, 1994: world champion Garry Kasparov was defeated by 1.5 : 0.5 points at the Intel Grand Prix tournament in London.
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.