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Chess Partner 2000 [1]

Chess Partner 2000,
a dedicated chess computer developed by Philidor Software, manufactured by SciSys, and distributed by SciSys and Novag in 1980. The computer has a Fairchild F8 processor, 4 KiB ROM and 320 Byte RAM and ran a program by Mike Johnson [2], and was the second Sensory Board chess computer to be produced, six months after the the Fidelity CC Sensory Voice [3]. Chess Partner 2000 played the Chess Programs World Tournament in Personal Computers in Paris.

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