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Corel Chess Animation [1]

Corel Chess,
a commercial Windows multimedia chess program based on the chess engine Socrates by Don Dailey and Larry Kaufman, produced and published by Corel in 1995. The Corel Chess project was lead by Alexander G. M. Smith [2], who further developed the GUI with animation player spooling sound and video off the CD-ROM and draws it in the 3D world using the Windows regular GDI and Corel's off-screen bitmap drawing code. Corel Chess features TCP-IP play that allows two users to play each other and send comments to each other without having to access a Web site [3].



Corel Chess Screen [4]

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