Lloyd L. Lank

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Lloyd L. Lank
an American computer scientist and chess programmer. In the early 80s, while affiliated with United Computing Systems, Inc., Kansas City, Missouri, along with James A. Lank, he developed the mainframe chess program Cube [1], which ran on a Cray-1, and participated as Cube 2.0 at the ACM 1980 [2], and as Cube 2.1 the ACM 1981 [3]. He is further author of the PC chess program EGA Chess, which participated at three United States Open Computer Chess Championships [4].



USOCCC 1988: Sidney Samole and Lloyd L. Lank in Excel Mach III vs. EGA Chess [5]

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