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=== Overview ===
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This is a tutorial on how to use the python chess engine and stockfish engine
  
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=== Materials/Prerequisites ===
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Raspberry pi
  
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=== Process ===
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* Download [https://pypi.org/project/python-chess/ pychess]
  
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* Download [https://stockfishchess.org/download/ stockfish]
  
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*In order to use stockfish via pychess, we need to use [https://python-chess.readthedocs.io/en/latest/uci.html#uci-commands/ UCI] (follow the link in UCI for tutorial).
  
  
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=== Authors ===
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*Nhut Dang
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*Robert Goodloe
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*Ethan Shry(TA)
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Fall 2018
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=== Group Link ===
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[https://classes.engineering.wustl.edu/ese205/core/index.php?title=CV_Chess/ Group page]
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[https://classes.engineering.wustl.edu/ese205/core/index.php?title=CV_Chess_Logs/ Group weekly log]
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=== External References ===
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[https://python-chess.readthedocs.io/en/latest/ pychess library]
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[http://support.stockfishchess.org/kb/advanced-topics/ stockfish library]
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 04:02, 6 December 2018

Overview

This is a tutorial on how to use the python chess engine and stockfish engine

Materials/Prerequisites

Raspberry pi

Process

  • In order to use stockfish via pychess, we need to use UCI (follow the link in UCI for tutorial).



  • Avoid large paragraphs of text, tend towards clear, concise steps
  • Include pictures as much as possible, especially for key steps. This may be in the form of a photograph, screenshot, drawing, etc.
  • All text should be styled appropriately. Code should be in code blocks, key words and notes should be in bold.
  • Logical groups of steps should be broken down under different sub-headers within this section
  • Language should be grammatically correct, and the first person shouldn't be used

Authors

  • Nhut Dang
  • Robert Goodloe
  • Ethan Shry(TA)

Fall 2018

Group Link

Group page

Group weekly log

External References

pychess library

stockfish library