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Royal pastime of cupid [1]

a chess program by Thomas Schaefer which participated at the First IPCCC 1991 in Paderborn where it scored 2½ out of 5. It ran on a 486 25MHz PC and searched approximately 3,000 nodes per second [2].

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  1. Game of 1794 entitled The royal pastime of cupid, or Entertaining game of the snake; by Robert Laurie and James Whittle, London, Bodleian Libraries, Wikimedia Commons
  2. Anne Marie Burton, Peter Mysliwietz, Rainer Feldmann (1991). Report on the 1st International Paderborn Computer Chess Championship. ICCA Journal, Vol. 14, No. 4

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