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Antonia Jeanrenaud [1]

Antonia (Nietta) Jeanrenaud, (May 22, 1945 - September 30, 2014 [2] )
was an Italian chess player, Italian Senior Chess Champion (Campionessa Italiana) in 2011 [3], computer scientist and avocational computer chess programmer from Bari, Apulia, relying on completly own ideas. She was author of the chess engine EtaBeta, and courageously competed at the WCCC 2006 in Turin [4], and further played various Italian Computer Chess Championships with her program. Antonia Jeanrenaud died on September 30, 2014.



Italian chess programmers during the WCCC 2006 in Turin: Ubaldo, Nietta, Stefano and Eros

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Italian 2011 Senior Champion Antonia Jeanrenaud (Bari) with the mayor and councilor of Courmayeur [5]

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