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My apologies if this has been asked already - I couldn't found it though. I have been trying to download Fritz, the chess game analyzer, and I have been tirelessly searching on the internet for ways to do so, but to no avail. Does anybody know where I could do so? Thanks in advance!

  • Why Fritz in particular? – Wes Jul 15 '14 at 16:46
  • There are better engines like StockFish & Houdini, as for Fritz, old versions are included with Chessbase producto. – Fernando Gonzalez Sanchez Jul 15 '14 at 17:42
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It's available on Steam (Fritz Chess 14*), or the ChessBase shop (Deep Fritz 14).


*The Steam version is significantly cheaper. The developer makes some claims in a discussion thread that it's equivalent to true Deep Fritz (with the multicore 64-bit support enabled). I'm not sure if that's actually the case, though; the price reduction is suspicious, and historically Fritz Chess has been released as a watered-down version of Deep Fritz, so I'd be careful with that. Make sure you know what you need and what you're actually buying.

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