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Stephen (Steve) Stuart,
an American early chess programmer, who wrote a chess program for the Signetics 2650 8-bit microprocessor in 1977, after a challenge for microprocessor chess programs of an Amdahl engineer to the Amdahl Computer Club, where Stuart was member [1]. Steve Stuart Chess played the Second West Coast Computer Faire Microcomputer Chess Tournament in March 1978 in the "less than 8K of memory class b" [2].



  1. Stephen Stuart (1977). Letter. Douglas Penrod (ed.) (1977). Computer Chess Newsletter, Issue 2. hosted by The Computer History Museum, Courtesy of Peter Jennings, pg. 12
  2. Larry Wagner (1978). Results of First Microcomputer Chess Tournament. Silicon Gulch Gazette, Vol. 2, No. 4, May 10, 1978, pg. 9

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