Digital chess on real boards
Chess, the game of kings, has fascinated and connected people of all countries and cultures for many centuries. But equally, man has long longed for an artificial game partner when there was no human player available.
While the so-called "Schachtürke" in 1769 by Wolfgang von Kempelen was just a mechanical trick, today there are no limits to our possibilities: We can compete offline against the artificial intelligence of a chess computer or play online against other people from all over the world via platforms on the Internet.
Play as you like
Against artificial intelligence
Compete with the artificial intelligence of the computer in different difficulty levels.
Online with friends from all over the world
Play online on the popular platforms lichess.org and chess.com. Not on the screen, but directly on the chess board.
No matter how - hybrid or in presence. With the Supreme Tournament 55 and its connection to the professional chess platform tornelo.com, all possibilities are open to you with one board.
- Playing strength up to 3400 ELO
- With neural engines
- 23 retro chess emulations included
- Optionally with 40 or 55 chess board
Play online with ChessLink app
Play online chess on your Millennium Board. Play with friends from all over the world with our free ChessLink app. Simply download it from the Google Play Store or App Store and connect to your board.
Download the ChessLink app:
Hybrid Chess: The future of chess tournaments
Intensive travel preparation, financing, hours of travel to the venues and huge halls where hundreds of chess players duel. All this has been a thing of the past for the time being since the Corona lockdowns. But out of necessity, a whole new format emerged: hybrid chess. Without further ado, chess tournaments were held online via platforms like Tornelo. Locally appointed referees ensure fair games.
MILLENNIUM's eBoard Supreme Tournament 55 provides comfort and concentration for the players, who should not and do not want to sit in front of the screen for hours.