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Chess API for python

Project description

Chaturanga

Chaturanga is a Chess API written in Python that supports both single-player and two-player games.

Installation

$ pip install Chaturanga

Functionality

  • Chessboard generation from a given valid FEN position
  • Pretty print of the Chessboard using Unicode (optional, defaults to False)
  • Generation of all legal moves for a given position. (including en-passant, castling, and promotion)
  • Identifying potential draw situations (3-fold repitition, 100 plies) and checks.
  • Identification of all game ending criteria (Checkmate, Stalemate, 5-fold repitition, 150 plies)
  • Undoing a move
  • Resetting the Chessboard
  • Chess Engine using Depth Analysis and a Piece-Square Table
  • Lichess BOT

As of now, the Chessboard supports input in UCI notation (eg. e2e4, b7b8n) to make a move.

License

MIT

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