Matthew R. Brades

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Matthew R. Brades,
an English chess programmer, notable for the fact that he joined the CCC at age 12 [1], two years younger than Zach Wegner. He is the author of various chess engines such as Magic (based on FirstChess) and FruitFly (based on Fruit) - his recent engine is dubbed Dorpsgek [2]. Along with Norman Schmidt and Dmitri Gusev, he is further involved in the development of Firenzina, a derivative of Fire xTreme by Norman Schmidt and Firebird by Norman Schmidt and Milos Stanisavljevic [3], which are derivatives of the Ippolit family of engines by Yakov Petrovich Golyadkin et al..

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