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      Fauzi 1.8.ctg (The Ultimate Chess Opening Book)

      Fauzi.ctg is a brand new opening book which works for Fritz and Chessbase GUIs, I'm really enjoying seeing this book growing up and improving, I'm constantly adding new engine quality games and tuning and tweaking all the main lines up to very deep levels, based on the tests and tournaments performed by my testers, this book can finally be considered the most competitive opening book released in this platform.

      It is surely an ultimate weapon for the serious correspondence players which can take their time to examine and study all of the possible lines.

      The purpose of this book is to be the most competitive and strongest opening book for all the competitions such as engines vs engines matches and tournaments, correspondence chess, preparation of Human players for single matches or tournaments, this book is well known for being able to adjudicate the match result by dominating starting from the opening and increasing the advantage through the whole middle game, and is well known for not covering only the opening phase but going very deeply into the lines reaching for many lines up to 100 PLY (50 moves for both White and Black).

      The book is tuned to play most of the time e4 and d4 for white, while for black the main responses against 1.e4 are e5 and c5 , and against 1.d4 the main responses are d5 and Nf6, and the tuning goes on to reach very deep lines.

      The book contains more than 7,000,000 high-quality top engines games!

      Selected to meet some criteria such as Long Time Control and it doesn't include any human game or any game ended by forfeit, crash or loss on time.

      The main difference from the abk book is the fact that this book contains more than double the number of games existing in the abk book, since the ctg books don't have any restriction in the size of the file, while the abk books cannot be larger than 2 Gb.

      I hope that you will be satisfied with this book, and that you will enjoy it, either by winning your engines vs engines tournaments or winning your correspondence matches or just by preparing your own unique opening repertoire for your "On The Board" games.

      You can find more info about the Abk book from the links below

      Links:

      Fauzi 7.0.abk : https://gumroad.com/l/fzabk

      Fauzi 1.8.ctg : https://gumroad.com/l/fzctg

      Fauzi 7.0.abk + Fauzi 1.8.ctg : https://gumroad.com/l/fzbnd

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