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NAME

       stockfish - free UCI chess engine, to calculate chess moves

SYNOPSIS

       stockfish

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page documents the stockfish command.

       stockfish is an UCI chess engine, to calculate chess moves

       Stockfish  is  a free UCI chess engine derived from Glaurung 2.1. It is
       not a complete chess program, but  requires  some  UCI  compatible  GUI
       (like  XBoard  with  PolyGlot, eboard, Jose, Arena, in order to be used
       comfortably.  Read  the  documentation  for  your  GUI  of  choice  for
       information about how to use Stockfish with your GUI.

       This  version  of  Stockfish  supports  up  to 8 CPUs, but has not been
       tested thoroughly with more than 2.  The program tries  to  detect  the
       number  of  CPUs  on your computer and set the number of search threads
       accordingly, but please be aware  that  the  detection  is  not  always
       correct.   It  is  therefore  recommended  to  inspect the value of the
       "Threads" UCI parameter, and to make sure it equals the number  of  CPU
       cores  on your computer. If you are using more than four threads, it is
       recommended to raise the value of "Minimum Split Depth"  UCI  parameter
       to 6.

       Opening book

       This version of stockfish has experimental support for PolyGlot opening
       books.  For information about how to create  such  books,  consult  the
       PolyGlot documentation.

OPTIONS

       This  program  does  NOT follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with
       long options starting with two dashes.

SEE ALSO

       Communication with UCI commands is documented by "The UCI Communication
       Protocol" in /usr/share/doc/stockfish/engine-interface.txt.

AUTHOR

       stockfish  was  written  by <Romstad Tord <tord@glaurungchess.com>> and
       Marco Costalba <mcostalba@gmail.com>.

       This manual page was written by Oliver  Korff  <ok@xynyx.de>,  for  the
       Debian project (but may be used by others).

                               October  10, 2009                  STOCKFISH(6)