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The Seal of Amy [1]

Amy,
a Chess Engine Communication Protocol aka XBoard compliant open source chess program under the GNU General Public License by Thorsten Greiner, written in C. Its development started in 1993 on the Amiga [2], and continued on Unix platforms, in particular FreeBSD [3]. Amy 0,6 was ported to Windows for WinBoard by Dann Corbit in early 2000 [4]. Amy played the WMCCC 1995 in Paderborn and multiple International Paderborn Computer Chess Championships.

Features

Board Representation

Search

Evaluation

Misc

See also

Forum Posts

2000

Re: Amy play very strong in my FQ-2 tournament ! by Thorsten Greiner, Winboard Forum, April 25, 2000
Re: Usage of egtb.cpp in GPL software (Amy, ExChess, ...) by Eugene Nalimov, CCC, December 05, 2000 » Nalimov Tablebases

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External Links

Chess Engine

Download Amy 0.8.7

Misc

Demonology

References

  1. The Fifty-eighth Spirit is Amy, or Avnas. He is a Great President, and appeareth at first in the form of a Flaming Fire; bur after a while he putteth on the Shape of a Man. His Office is to make one Wonderful Knowing in Astrology and all the Liberal Sciences. He giveth Good Familiars and can bewray Treasure that is kept by Spirits. He governeth 36 Legions of Spirits, and his Seal is this, etc. in Aleister Crowley (1904). The Book of the Goetia of Solomon the King. pp. 30, Amy seal from Wikimedia Commons
  2. Re: Amy play very strong in my FQ-2 tournament ! by Thorsten Greiner, Winboard Forum, April 25, 2000
  3. Index of /pub/FreeBSD-Archive/old-releases/pc98/5.3-RELEASE/packages/games/
  4. Amy 0,6 für Winboard by Dann Corbit, Winboard Forum, February 05, 2000
  5. David Slate, Larry Atkin (1977). Chess 4.5 - The Northwestern University Chess Program. Chess Skill in Man and Machine, reprinted (1988) in Computer Chess Compendium

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