Here you get a super cool chess tool to master your chess.
Analyze openings or your Live Games and save them to your computer.
Drag and drop pieces when you play:
Pgn Editor Chess Tool – Detailed Instructions
You can use it as a ‘Analyse Board’ and make ‘what if’ analysis. The ‘PGN Editor Chess’ Tool is: 1. Set Up/Import Game/Position 2. Enter/Edit Chess Moves & Comment 3. Enter Chess Game Info 4. Output and save the PGN File. Step 1: Set Up Position (Click on board to enlarge) You must first decide if you are going to create a PGN file from scratch or import an existing PGN file or ‘Import FEN String’. If you are importing a PGN file, choose ‘Import PGN file’. You can copy and paste into this field. If you are starting from scratch, you can choose ‘Manually Enter Position’. * ‘Import PGN File’. By choosing this option you can open a PGN file on your local computer using a text editor, copy the text of the PGN file, paste the text into the PGN Editor text box, and then choose ‘Import’. You can also enter the moves manually and then choose ‘Import’. * Import FEN string. You can import a FEN (Forsyth-Edwards Notation) string to represent the initial board position. You will be prompted to enter the string into a text field. You can copy and paste the text string into the field. * Manually Enter PositionThis option offers a graphical board with which you can easily set up an initial board position by dragging and placing pieces on the board. The start chess board position is set up by default. If you want your game to start from a position other than the start position, you have several ways to do this. First, you can click-and-drag pieces around the board. To remove a piece, simply drag it off the board. Alternatively, you can choose Clear Board and then drag-and-drop the piece icons located in the Edit Board Position box onto the blank board. You can always go back to the default position by choosing Set Standard Position. If you have entered an already played game then just press the ‘Playback Buttons’. You can enter comments for each move and they will also be recorded for the output file together with the moves. * You can edit the moves by drag and drop on the board. It will be reflected automatic in the ‘Move list’. Next is ‘Game Info’ Enter players, event and Info here. Now that the game info has been added to the moves, comments and annotations, the PGN file is complete. In the final Step 4 we will use the PGN Editor to output the PGN file in various human and computer readable formats. The output options for your PGN file are described below. * Finished PGN. Most of the screen for Step 4 is made up of the raw PGN text file itself. You can review the information for any changes/additions. If you need to make changes, use the “Back” button to go back to the appropriate Step and change it as you like. * Copy to Clipboard. Pressing this button will automatically copy the PGN file text to your computer’s clipboard. You can then paste the text into various applications like Word, Wordpad or a Chess Program. If you want to save the game for later review you can create a new text file on your computer. Save the file (usually with a “.pgn” extension), which can be read by a chess programs. * Animated GIF. You can view the game auto played in a browser with different time intervals between the moves. Download the file. The result of this output option is a single graphics file. You can enter your own file name. So there you have it. We have reviewed how to create and edit a PGN file and then output the file in human and computer readable formats. There is only one more step left.
Start using the PGN Editor Chess Tool on Your Chess Games & Openings.
Save your played games to your computer.