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Jan Brouwer,
a Dutch computer chess programmer and author of the UCI compliant chess engine Rotor, first released in early 2007 [1]. He already wrote his first chess programs around 1980 for an Ohio Scientific Superboard with 6502 processor and build in BASIC interpreter. In his first trials, he wrote the 6502 assembly code on paper, translated it by hand to machine code, calculated the relative jump offsets, and poked the program into memory, to run it [2].

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