Canadian Computer Chess Invitational Championship 1984
The Canadian Computer Chess Invitational Championship 1984, July 27-29, 1984, McGill University. Three Canadian academic programs versus three invited commercial participants. Fidelity X was a prototype of the Elegance with a 6502 processor and a Sargon based program by Dan and Kathe Spracklen. Novag X was a prototype of the Super Constellation programmed by David Kittinger, 6502 as well. Intelligent Chess-X by Intelligent Software ran on an IBM PC.
- Danny Kopec (1984). The Canadian Computer Chess Invitational Championship (CCCIC) 1984. ICCA Journal, Vol. 7, No. 3