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Goi chess games database:



Goi archive (07-16-19):


- mines 49.670 games
- server 7.153 games
- Goi 6 mask
- MyInternetGames 3.374 games.


Bonus (07-16-19):


- MyInternetKibitzing 1.818 games (players > 2500 machine Elo)
- Playchess tournaments archive (05-26-19): 92.845 games
- Infinitychess tournaments archive (05-26-19): 18.920 games.


Now we are at 60.197 high quality games, subdivided by Intel i7-4771 8 threads, Dual-Xeon E7-4870 80 threads, AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX 64 threads, Intel i9-9900K 16 threads, time 5 minutes per player, time 3 minutes per player and time 1 minute per player (lately I'm going more on 5 minute games for testing). It's mostly made by Stockfish-derived engines (the greatest part by asmFish, Brainfish and CFish, stronger than the original Stockfish).

For people interested in chess analysis, like Grand Masters, or bookmakers. The Goi Database costs 50$.

In addition you will get 1.625 games (players > 2500 machine Elo) from MyInternetKibitzing (usually top computer players) + 86.888 Playchess games + 15.203 Infinitychess games for free.


This database is an environment where variants are 99% correct, more than any other human-made top GMs book, more than any other database you will find on Internet. It comes in CBH format and PGN. To the ones buying this product updates are reserved.


Here you can find a free sample of my database of 7536 games.


You can buy the Goi chess games database even if you don't have a Paypal account: you will be redirected to the Paypal webframe interface, just use your normal (or virtual, best advice for internet) credit card. If you are unsure read this article: How to buy on Paypal without creating an account.




Goi chess games database, CBH format + PGN: size 500 MB, price 50$.


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Goi archive:

Goi chess games database



Top players chess games database:

Top computer players chess games database



Playchess database:

Playchess database




About the Goi 5 Database, some technical explanation.

(Be aware: very long and technical/boring video! But it explains everything)