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a French chess player and official, computer chess expert, writer and journalist as well as [[:Category:Tournament Organizer|tournament organizer]] of the [[CPWTIPC 1981]] <ref>[[Kevin O’Connell]] ('''1981'''). ''MicroChess - Paris Tournament''. [[Personal Computer World]], August 1981, [http://www.chesscomputeruk.com/html/publication_archive.html Publication Archive] from [http://www.chesscomputeruk.com/index.html Chess Computer UK] by [[Mike Watters]]</ref> <ref>[[Gerhard Piel]] ('''1981'''). ''Wilde Weltmeisterschaften''. [http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rochade_Europa Rochade], 08-1981 (German) in [http://www.schaakcomputers.nl/hein_veldhuis/database/files/09-1981,%202.%20Mikrocomputer-Schachweltmeisterschaft%20in%20Travemunde%20und%20Hamburg.pdf 09-1981, 2. Mikrocomputer-Schachweltmeisterschaft in Travemünde und Hamburg] (pdf) hosted by [[Hein Veldhuis]]</ref> and as president of the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clichy%2C_Hauts-de-Seine Clichy] Chess Club, the [[French Computer Chess Championship|French Computer Chess Championships]] from the first edition in [[FCCC 1992|1992]] until [[FCCC 1999|1999]] <ref>[https://www.stmintz.com/ccc/index.php?id=72753 Re: French Computer Chess Championship results] by [[Pascal Coupet]], [[CCC]], October 11, 1999</ref>. He created several test suites, most notable [[The Nolot Suite]], eleven quite difficult test-positions, in 1994 introduced by [[Marc-François Baudot]] <ref>[http://groups.google.com/group/rec.games.chess/browse_frm/thread/79a6da1235df64e7# 11 tactical positions computers can't solve] by [[Marc-François Baudot]], [[Computer Chess Forums|rec.games.chess]], July 11, 1994</ref> <ref>[http://groups.google.com/group/rec.games.chess/browse_frm/thread/90b656d5218b1ed3# Pierre Nolot's solutions to the 11 positions] by [[Marc-François Baudot]], [[Computer Chess Forums|rec.games.chess]], July 29, 1994</ref> in [[Computer Chess Forums|rec.games.chess]] to a wider audience.