Play against the computer, it's Stockfish with 0.4s per move, running on our servers.
Request a computer analysis, it's Stockfish with 3.5 million nodes per move (about 4 CPU seconds per move), running on our servers.
Use local analysis, it's Stockfish again, this time running in your browser, up to depth 18.
Out of the box, Stockfish only plays standard chess, and Chess960. But since it's open source, can we teach it more variants?
Turns out, we can!
Toadofsky has been working on it for a while, and successfuly taught Stockfish how to play King Of The Hill and Threecheck. As a result, we've been able to play the machine in these variants, as well as get computer analysis for our games!
But that was only the beginning. Recently, ubdip joined the Stockfish development team to help Toadofsky and, together, they achieved this amazing feat: