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Anatoly Karpov 1967 [1]

a WinBoard compliant chess engine by Martin Giepmans, first released in April 2008 and initially freely available via Leo Dijksman's WBEC Ridderkerk site, today from Ron Murawski's download site [2]. Like Martin's earlier engine SpiderChess, Anatoli is written in Delphi. Martin named it after Anatoly Karpov (Dutch transliteration Anatoli Karpov) [3] because he admired Karpov's subtle playing style and had the hope he might teach Anatoli to play a bit like Karpov, though [4] [5].

See also

Forum Posts

Re: Anatoli is released... by Martin Giepmans, CCC, April 11, 2008

External Links

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  1. Zesde Niemeyer Jeugdschaaktoernooi te Groningen. Antoni Karpov (Rusland), Photo by Jac. de Nijs / Anefo, December 27, 1967, Nationaal Archief, Anatoli Karpov -
  2. Engine Download List from Ron Murawski's Computer-Chess Wiki
  3. Re: Anatoli is released... by Martin Giepmans, April 11, 2008
  4. Re: Anatoli is released... by Martin Giepmans, April 18, 2008
  5. Anatoly, Анатолий, is a common Russian and Ukrainian male name, derived from the Greek name Ανατολιος Anatolios, meaning "Sunrise." Other common Russian transliterations are Anatoliy and Anatoli. The French version of the name is Anatole. Other variants are Anatol and more rarely Anatolio, from Anatoly from Wikipedia

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