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As for tournaments with swiss system, all computer programs are paid. That's why I decided to create a freeware program (REALLY free). Name of my program is VinczeSwiss. The VinczeSwiss program is available for download at: https://www.zzsvysocina.cz/download/vinswiss.htm In the package https://www.zzsvysocina.cz/download/vinswiss.zip, there is ...


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Chess Openings Wizard can produce output that is sort of the transpose of the MCO format. This isn't exactly what you want, but it might suffice. More detail: Chess Openings Wizard (COW), by Bookup.com, are apps (Mac, Windows, iOS, Android) for training yourself in your opening repertoire that [r]ather than store lists of games, Chess Openings Wizard ...


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There're two separate questions in the OP. Addressing both of them: So is it possible to expect different results from computer vs same computer on the same machine? Yes, because chess engines aren't completely deterministic. See this question. The answers to that question deal with traditional engines. The newer neural-network based engines are less ...


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No. It may implicitly 'know' internally but none of them explicitly tell you there is/are/couldbe transpositions.


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Yes. If the computer has two moves that evaluate equally it has to make a random choice which one to use. And if the depth is low or other factors keep it from making the best move then the first to make a mistake will likely lose. In the end it is the next to last mistake that actually loses a game. Clearly a computer PROGRAM can beat the same PROGRAM ...


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I leave a partial answer for interested parties: Scidb (Scidb is a Chess Information DataBase) is a chess information database. (Great sentence.) It supports some variants (3-check, King of the Hill, Anti/Suicide/Giveaway/Losers, and Crazyhouse), as well as 960 starting. It is currently still in development, and is available only for Linux systems at the ...


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I have seen two softwares that does what you wish. Chess Position Trainer is one of them. The other is bookup. Those softwares reads games in pgn and files containing epd positions with its evaluations in centipawns. This files contains the leaf nodes positions, generated by Chess Position Trainer for instance. You later analyze the epd file. I use "...


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