Last time I mentioned how the UCI (Universal Chess Interface) required two types of input, the FEN input, and a move by move input style. The second is rather interesting, […]
picoEngine Meets FEN
One of the more interesting parts to programming chess engines, is using the UCI, Universal Chess Interface. In that interface standard are very specific settings. One of those is that […]
Blindfold Chess, Mr. picoEngine?
While building the picoEngine in C++, I will often be wondering what the engine is thinking. One of the problems is that I can not “see” the engine’s board, so […]