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Albert Gower [1]

Albert (Al) Gower,
an American musicologist and professor emeritus at the University of Southern Mississippi. He received a Ph.D. in musical composition from North Texas State University in 1968 [2].


As a correspondence chess player, Al Gower served as a chess consultant working with Robert Hyatt on the chess program Blitz. Further supported by Harry Nelson, he co-authored its successor Cray Blitz, the two-time winner of the World Computer Chess Championship.

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