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Sultan the Barbary Lion [1] [2]

BigLion,
a Chess Engine Communication Protocol aka WinBoard and UCI compliant chess engine by Matthias Gemuh, written in C++ using Borland C++Builder 5.0, first released in April 2002 as announced by Frank Quisinsky [3]. Since 2.23w in fall 2005, BigLion is able to play Chess960 [4].

Features

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Board Representation

Search

Evaluation

Hash Tables

See also

Forum Posts

2002 ...

2003

2004

2005 ...

BigLion 2.23w and Taktix 2.23w by Matthias Gemuh, CCC, November 24, 2005

2010 ...

External Links

Chess Engine

Misc

References

  1. Sultan the Barbary Lion, Bronx Zoo , 1899, Wikimedia Commons
  2. According to an article from the February 01, 1903 issue of the New York Times, Sultan and a female named Bedouin Maid were gifts to the zoo from Nelson Robinson. “Sultan,” the article states, “is four years old and is considered to be as handsome and perfect a specimen as ever trod a cage floor. He is also unusually good tempered.” from Sultan: A King Among Lions by Vicki Croke, WBUR's The Wild Life, February 17, 2016
  3. WB/UCI BigLion by Matthias Gemuh is available! by Frank Quisinsky, Winboard Forum, April 23, 2002
  4. BigLion 2.23w and Taktix 2.23w by Matthias Gemuh, CCC, November 24, 2005
  5. ChessGUI4Stick.zip\ChessGUI4Stick\Portable_Engines\UCI\BigLion_223\readme.txt
  6. BigLion and Tournaments by Matthias Gemuh, CCC, October 31, 2002

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