a commercial chess program developed by Chris Whittington in 1989/90, marketed by his company Oxford Softworks. The program was similar to his Chess Player 2150 program, and ran on various most 68000 based platforms, like Atari ST and Commodore Amiga, and was also ported to run on 8086 PCs. According to Thorsten Czub, Chess Simulator used a selective Shannon Type B Strategy, with its immanent affinity to blunder once in a game  . Chess Simulator played the WMCCC 1990 in Lyon.
- Chess Simulator's ICGA Tournaments
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- Chess Simulator for ST - GameSpot