Nemorino – UCI chess engine

Nemorino is a UCI chess engine.

This is one of the strongest free engines. Nemorino doesn’t bring it’s own UI. So for running it, you need a GUI supporting UCI like Lucas Chess.

It is published under an open source license.

Features include:

  • Syzygy Tablebase support.
  • Pondering.
  • Standard Chess and Chess960.
  • Multi Core support (Shared Hash Table).
  • Multi PV analysis mode.
  • Support of NNUE based evaluation.
  • Bitboard based (using magic bitboards for sliding move generation).
  • Principal Variation Search (with Aspiration Windows, Null-Move Pruning, Killermoves, Futility Pruning, Razoring, …).
  • Tapered Eval based on Material, Mobility, Threats, King Safety, and Pawn Structure.
  • Special evaluation functions for some endgames.
  • Copy/Make.

Developer: Christian Günther
License: GNU General Public License v3.0

Nemorino is written in C++. Learn C++ with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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