Lasse Hansen

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Lasse Hansen,
a Norwegian pocess engineer and computer chess programmer. Lasse had the initial idea of magic bitboards, to perfectly hash the up to twelve relevant occupied bits of both directions of a rook- or bishop movement simultaneously [1]. He also proposed a memory saving trick by a final intersection [2]. Lasse Hansen is author of the chess program Sillycon.

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  1. Lasse Hansen's Initial idea, Winboard Forum, June 14, 2006
  2. Lasse Hansen's postmask trick, Winboard Forum, May 09, 2008

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