gnuan

GNUAN(GNUCHESS)                                                GNUAN(GNUCHESS)



NAME
       gnuan

SYNOPSIS
       gnuan

DESCRIPTION
       gnuan produces an analysis of a chess game.  For each move it shows the
       move, the score and the principle variation selected by gnuchess

       gnuan prompts for input parameters when it is invoked.  Input file is a
       gnuchess list file or a xboard game file or a PGN file.

       gnuan is a modification of the gnuan program from Truman Collins
       (tcollins@pdx.mentor.com).

FUNCTION LETTERS
       The following commands are recognized:

       bd -- Print out the current board

       depth n -- set depth to search

       next -- find the next best move in this position.

       top n -- find the best n moves (1<n<5) in each position.

       quit -- quit

       n -- where n is a number, go to move n. n must be forward from current
       position

       var -- enter a variation from the stored line. Return from the
       variation will go back to the current posution.  If you are in a
       variation you enter the moves and they are then evaluated.

       rav -- return from a variation.

       go -- advance 1 ply.

       To emulate the old gnuan just type a number > number of moves at the
       command prompt. The moves will be examined til the end of the game.


BUGS
SEE ALSO
       gnuchess(6)
       chesstool(6)
       xboard(6)




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