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Old 10-02-2012, 10:49 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by schachlied View Post
Hey, guys. I know this is likely not the right thread to post this. I'm not computer savvy, but I can play chess (>2200 at one time). I'm looking for a pain-free way to be able to download and use a pgn chess file on my old Kindle 3.1. What I'm trying to do is study the old-fashioned way with a set and board, and use my kindle like a real book...or similar to printing a few pages of pgn text file. I'm trying to be eco-friendly. If it shows diagrams (i.e, annotated pgn games), that's even better. But my main quest is how to read pure pgn text on my Kindle. I appreciate any help. Thank you.
Hm ... Actually PGN is usual text file. You can try just rename it from file.pgn to file.txt. I think your kindle should display this text file.
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