Millennium Mephisto Phoenix M Chess Computer with 15.7 inch Chess Board (M922)


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£1,995

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Millennium Mephisto Phoenix M Chess Computer with 15.7 inch Chess Board (M922)
The most powerful chess computer ever

Mephisto Phoenix chess computer with medium sized (15.7 inches) chess board incl. piece recognition, LED move display and real wood pieces.

The module contains 4 top engines as well as neural engine technologies and reaches up to 3400 Elo playing strength. 23 classic chess computer emulations from the 80s and 90s are also included.

The strongest chess computer ever made
The system comes with 4 different Top-Class Engines on Board: Shredder 13.5, Komodo 14.1, Hiarcs 14.2 and Stockfish 15 NNUE. More engines are in planning.

Of the built-in chess programs, especially Stockfish and Komodo offer an extremely high playing strength, which not even the current world champion Magnus Carlsen could compete with.

Starting from a very simple level, which is also suitable for absolute beginners, the system can reach a maximum performance of over 3400 ELO. In fact, there are countless options to adjust the playing strength to your individual needs. The system covers the widest playing strength range ever provided by a chess computer.

Neuronal and adaptive engines
Shredder and Stockfish can be used with their neuronal algorithms. MEPHISTO PHOENIX is the first chess computer to use this new technology. Experience how these powerful programs compare to classical engines.

Get your own ELO
Rating Shredder offers a highly interesting new function with its fully automatic self-adapting playing strength with ELO rating. In this way you can continuously monitor your progress and see how much you have improved through training with the computer.

Komodo also contains an adaptive playing strength function which, in contrast to Shredder, adjusts itself while the game is in progress.

The evaluation bar beside the chess boards tells you at first glance how the engine is seeing the position. Any blunders are quickly noticed that way and you always have a feeling on how good you do.

Great opening training per your needs
The machine comes with some different opening books: The standard one by Mark Uniacke provides you with more then 1.000.000 positions, all from master play. This is the biggest opening book ever provided by a dedicated chess computer. There is furthermore a “fun” book with more unusual openings and also 3 specially designed books playing typical openings from chess stars like Carlsen, Fischer and Kasparov. 

The system does not only allow you to limit the depth of book moves, but also you can advise the engine to use e.g. only the best 25% of moves. And if you dislike an opening or like to train a special one? Just take back the move made by the engine, press move and it will play the second best automatically. So you can "scroll" through the opening options for your position directly on the board.

Powerful hardware
The Phoenix uses a 1.5G 64 Bit Quadcore processor with 4G Ram provided by a Raspberry Pi 4 B.

Its 7" TFT Touch Screen with 1024x600 px resolution gives you great insights into chess computers thinking processes and makes it easy to control the countless functions. The powerful speakers bring you modern and clear sound effects fitting the systems look and feel perfectly. The Computer Module is suitable for the 15.7 inches MILLENNIUM Exclusive and 21.7 inches MILLENNIUM Supreme Boards with piece recognition.

The module has a size of about 7.1 x 5.12 x 3,54 inches and is with more than 700 grams very high quality processed. It offers connectors for the Millennium Boards with piece recognition, a USB Type A connector for updates via USB or PGN downloads, as well as the 9V DC IN connector for power supply.

Updates & extensions for the system are installed directly on the device via WIFI.

Experience classic chess computers from the 80s and 90s
The system contains 23 historical chess computer emulations. All chess computer world champion programs of the programmers Richard Lang, Johan de Koning, Ed Schroeder as well as Elmar Henne & Thomas Nitsche are in this module.

Especially remarkable is the "Mephisto Glasgow", the legendary world championship program from 1984 - which runs 66 times faster than the original on the Mephisto Phoenix system. The legendary Tasc R40 is also represented in an emulation for the first time ever.

Imagine what these classics can do with today's processing power! The Speed Bar allows you to easily control the emulation speed or press a button to set the speed of the original, the button and display layout follows the originals.

Explore the rise of 80's computer chess all over again!

We do not always keep this product in stock - orders can take around 2 to 4 weeks if stock is not immediately available - please contact us before ordering to check

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