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Thomas Ströhlein [1]

Thomas Ströhlein,
a German mathematician, computer scientist, games researcher, and professor at Technical University of Munich [2] .

Retrograde Analysis

In his 1970 Ph.D. thesis Untersuchungen über kombinatorische Spiele, Ströhlein investigated various three and four piece chess endgames, and did the first retrograde analysis implementation to construct endgame databases [3].

Selected Publications


External Links


  1. Dr. Thomas Ströhlein
  2. The Mathematics Genealogy Project - Thomas Ströhlein
  3. Lewis Stiller (1996). Multilinear Algebra and Chess Endgames. Games of No Chance edited by Richard J. Nowakowski, pdf
  4. ICGA Reference Database
  5. Guy Haworth (2020). CEN: Thomas Ströhlein’s Endgame Tables, a 50th Anniversary. ICGA Journal, Vol. 42, Nos. 2-3

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