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Michael Borgstädt,
a German IT consultant, employment recruiter, chess player and computer chess programmer. He started chess programming in 1990 as a hobby, and in early 1996 found a possibility to include knowledge regarding planning and strategic thinking combined with a reliable tactical searcher, playing the WMCCC 1996 as InterChess [2] [3] [4]. By this time he decided to release a commercial program, later dubbed Goliath [5], which won the World Microcomputer Speed-Chess Championship at the WMCCC 2001 [6] .

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