Here's a site you might like:
Chess Cognac by Brendan J. Norman.
Mr. Norman's sentiments are mine..."make sure enjoying your chess is the main reason you play because…What other point is there?"
He also likes to mess around with engines with aim of, as he puts it, “aiming for a fun chess opponent, over the number crunching, boredom inducing machines. What I mean is that I look more for chess engines which play beautiful chess, rather than ones which play the strongest chess.”
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