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 Post subject: Chess on iPod touch
PostPosted: Fri Oct 31, 2008 10:45 pm 
Anyone try out some of the chess programs available on the iPod? Any recommendations?

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 01, 2008 2:06 pm 
Caissa seems to be the best of a fairly bad lot, it is now playable since the latest update!

Chess Classic takes forever to start up as they are too busy ensuring that you have ample time to view their advertising - I didn't realise that I was paying to be advertised to, so I just get irritated when waiting for it to start and cancel, basically just a paid platform for advertising their other products.

Versus chess is an online chess client - un-fortunately there is not a lot of human online chess that VS can get access too.

I am still waiting for a chess client that can access ICC or FICS, or even a good chess puzzle server but the lack of proper java is a major stumbling block.

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