Trying Out Moves
When you are replaying games it is often interesting to see what reply would have been made if a different move had been made. The board window offers various functions to find this out quickly.
Let us take the following position as an example:
What would happen if White captured the black pawn with his knight on e2? Move the white knight from e2 to d4 without letting go of the mouse button. The following information is displayed on the board with arrows:
In the opinion of the program the most likely continuations would be Na6 or Nb6. This is shown with green arrows on the chess board. These are not necessarily the best continuations, because only a quick search is made, but the information is a useful help while entering or replaying games.