From Terminal Master to Grandmaster: Play Chess in Linux Terminal

You know Linux terminals can be fun too.

You can run some funny Linux commands for amusement. You can also play games in Linux terminal.

Yes You heard it right. You can play games in the terminal and in this TerminalTuesday series Ill show you how to play chess in Linux terminal.

You might be thinking why would anyone want to play chess in the terminal . I say its a lot of fun. It is also challenging if you play against Stockfish.

Yes theres GNU Chess available but it is not visually appealing and the chess engine keeps thinking for a long time.

Im talking about an alternative to GNU Chess. Here are a few reasons you might enjoy this one better.

To install terminal chess you need two components the Stockfish chess engine and chs which is the UI which plugs into the chess engine.


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