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App designed for phones. If you wish thisAppfor tablet please look for the following app: "SudokuPleasure".This Sudoku-App is a very special one. It uses apowerfulalgorithm, capable of generating 3.265.920 9x9sudoku-grids. Eachone of them has one solution only!
The most interesting property of this app is that it doesn'trequireinternet connection and that doesn't use any of theresources of thehosting computer. Your privacy is 100% safe!

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Chess 1.0 APK
ChessgameReader
CHESS PROBLEMS - NO INTERNETCONNECTIONREQUIRED! - 40 chess problems (40 chess diagrams) to keepyourbrain fit for any challenge. 40 chess problems without the needofa chess board to bild up chess positions. You have a list of40chess problems, each of which is represented with a diagram.Youcan analyse the position and when you want to check if youhavefound the right move, just touch the diagram and thesolution,(chess diagram) will appear on the screen, followed bythedifferent variants, each one with its own diagram, according totheblack's answer. Occupying yourself with these brain exercisesishealthy enjoyment. Each time that you find the right move youwillbe proud of yourself!!!
Bobby Fischer - Chess Champion 3.0 APK
ChessgameReader
Designed for tablets. No internetconnectionrequired! Bobby Fischer - Chess Champion app shows all 20gamesplayed in the world-championship-1972 match between FischerandSpassky (Fischer refused to appear for game 2 giving a defaultwinto Spassky).Each game is shown move by move. Each move has its own diagram.Inorder to watch the games please keep the tablet inlandscapeposition (horizontal). In order to see the comments of thegame youare watching please turn the tablet in verticalposition.The World Chess Championship 1972 was a match for the WorldChessChampionship between challenger Bobby Fischer of the UnitedStatesand defending champion Boris Spassky of the SovietUnion.The first game was played on July 11.1972.The last game beganonAug. 31, was adjourned after 40 moves, and Spassky resignedthenext day without resuming play.Fischer won the match12½–8½,becoming the eleventh undisputed World Champion.In 2016,formerWorld Chess Champion Garry Kasparov commented on theglobalsignificance of the match, saying: "I think the reason youlook atthese matches probably was not so much the chess factor butto thepolitical element, which was inevitable because in theSovietUnion, chess was treated by the Soviet authorities as averyimportant and useful ideological tool to demonstratetheintellectual superiority of the Soviet communist regime overthedecadent West. That’s why Spassky's defeat was treated by peopleonboth sides of the Atlantic as a crushing moment in the midst oftheCold War."Fischer, an eccentric 29-year-old american, was a vocal criticofthe Soviet domination of chess, because he believed thatSovietplayers gained an unfair advantage by agreeing to short drawsamongthemselves in tournaments. In August 1962 Sports Illustrated,andthen in Oct. the German magazine Der Spiegel, published afamousarticle by Fischer "The Russians Have Fixed World Chess" inwhichhe expounded this view.The expectations on Spassky wereenormousbecause for the Soviets, chess was part of the politicalsystem.While Fischer was often famously critical of his homecountry("Americans want to plunk in front of a TV and don't want toopen abook"), he too carried the burden of expectation because ofthepolitical significance of the match. No american-born playerhadachieved the world championship since the first champion.Theexcitement surrounding the match was such that it was calledthe"Match of the Century", even though the same term had beenappliedto the USSR vs. Rest of the World match just twoyearsbefore.Spassky, the champion, had lost the world championship matchagainstPetrosian in 1966. In 1968, he won matches against Geller,Larsen,and Korchnoi to again win the right to challenge Petrosianfor thetitle. This time Spassky won 12½–10½. He had a "universalstyle","involving an ability to play the most varied types ofpositions".However, Kasparov notes that "from childhood he clearlyhad aleaning toward sharp, attacking play with a splendid feel fortheinitiative." Before the match, Fischer had played five gamesagainstSpassky, with two draws and Spassky winning three.However, in the candidates matches en route to becomingthechallenger, Fischer had demolished world-classgrandmastersTaimanov and Larsen, each by a perfect score of 6–0, afeat no oneelse had ever accomplished in any candidates match.After that,Fischer had split the first five games of his matchagainst formerWorld Champion Petrosian, then closed out the matchby winning thelast four games. "No bare statement conveys themagnitude andimpact of these results. Fischer sowed devastation.From the lastseven rounds of the Interzonal until the first gameagainstPetrosian, Fischer won 20 consecutive games, nearly all ofwhichwere against top grandmasters.The games played in this match against Spassky are for Fischerwhatdivine melody is for great composers! Enjoy!
Sudoku 2.0 APK
ChessgameReader
App designed for phones. If you wish thisAppfor tablet please look for the following app: "SudokuPleasure".This Sudoku-App is a very special one. It uses apowerfulalgorithm, capable of generating 3.265.920 9x9sudoku-grids. Eachone of them has one solution only!The most interesting property of this app is that it doesn'trequireinternet connection and that doesn't use any of theresources of thehosting computer. Your privacy is 100% safe!
Sudoku Pleasure 2.0 APK
ChessgameReader
App designed for Tablet. This Sudoku-App isavery special one. It uses a powerful algorithm, capableofgenerating 3.265.920 9x9 sudoku-grids. Each one of them hasonesolution only!The most interesting property of this app is that it doesn'trequireinternet connection and that doesn't use any of theresources of thehosting computer. Your privacy is 100% safe!
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