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a chess program by [[John Poduska
a chess program by [[John Poduska Jr.]] written in [[Pascal]]. In 1981 it searched about 1000 [[Nodes per Second|Nodes per second]] on a [] based [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apollo_Computer Apollo] [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Workstation workstation] <ref>[http://www.computerhistory.org/chess/full_record.php?iid=doc-431614f6ce737 The Twelfth ACM's North American Computer Chess Championship], [http://archive.computerhistory.org/projects/chess/related_materials/text/3-1%20and%203-2%20and%203-3.1981_ACM_NACCC/1981_ACM_NACCC.sm.062303017.pdf pdf] from [[The Computer History Museum]]</ref> . It competed twice at [[ACM North American Computer Chess Championship|ACM North American Computer Chess Championships]], the [[ACM 1981]] and [[ACM 1982]]
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Latest revision as of 10:20, 14 December 2019
a chess program by John Poduska Jr. written in Pascal. In 1981 it searched about 1000 Nodes per second on a 68000 based Apollo workstation  . It competed twice at ACM North American Computer Chess Championships, the ACM 1981 and ACM 1982.
from Chess and Machine Intuition :
After a first round debacle at the 1982 North American Computer Championship, John Poduska achived a computer chess version of a fingerfehler - the quick, obvious move that happens to be wrong - with a too-hasty repair, after which he could only watch with dismay as his program played the worst moves it could find.
- Chaturanga from Wikipedia
- Chessays - Ashtapada and cosmology by Prof. Rangachar Vasantha, Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh, India
- The Twelfth ACM's North American Computer Chess Championship, pdf from The Computer History Museum
- George Atkinson (1998). Chess and Machine Intuition. Intellect Ltd. pp 63
- History of chess from Wikipedia