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Andreas Matthies,
a German computer scientist and computer chess programmer. He had his first computer chess experience at age 13 with a Sargon II chess cartridge for the Commodore VIC-20. At age 16, he wrote a Connect Four program for the Commodore 64, and later had some game theory lessons at the university - he graduated from University of Kiel in 1995 [2]. His interest in writing a chess engine revived much later, when someone pointed him to TCEC and the chess programming scene [3], yielding to the development of RubiChess.

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