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Home * Tournaments * Dutch Open Computer Chess Championship * DOCCC 1981

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The First Dutch Computer Chess Championship took place September 25-27, 1981, in De Uithof, Utrecht. Since multiple mainframes and micros were available, up to three games per program were played simultaneously.

Final Standing

1st Dutch Computer Chess Championship 1981 [1]

# Program 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 P SOS SoDOS G
1 YNCT 1.0 9w1 3w1 6b½ 11w1 13b1 10b1 2b1 5w½ 4w½ 40 32¼ 9
2 Gambiet 81 6w1 10w1 3b1 13w1 9b1 11b1 5b0 1w0 4b1 7 40½ 28 9
3 Pion 5b0 1b0 2w0 4w1 8w1 12b1 9w1 11w1 7b1 6 40½ 21 9
4 Storm '81 6w½ 13w1 9b½ 10w1 11b1 3b0 5b1 1b½ 2w0 42 21 9
5 Bs'66'76 11w0 3w1 10b0 9w1 6b1 13b½ 2w1 4w0 1b½ 5 42½ 26¼ 9
6 Dappet 2b0 4b½ 1w½ 5w0 8b½ 12w1 7w1 13b1 10b½ 5 40 18 9
7 GVNAA 11b1 12b½ 13w½ 9b½ 10w1 8w½ 6b0 3w0 4 28 11½ 8
8 Killer 13b1 11w0 3b0 6w½ 7b½ 9b½ 10w½ 12w½ 28½ 11 8
9 Schak-H 1b0 4w½ 12b1 5b0 2w0 7w½ 8w½ 11b1 3b0 43 11 9
10 Tiny Chess '86 2b0 5w1 12w½ 4b0 1w0 7b0 6w½ 13w1 8b½ 41½ 12¼ 9
11 Usurpator II 5b1 7w0 8b1 1b0 2w0 4w0 9w0 3b0 12b½ 44 9
12 PK80 10b½ 9w0 7w½ 3w0 6b0 13b0 8b½ 11w½ 2 30 8
13 IGM 4b0 8w0 7b½ 2b0 5w½ 1w0 6w0 12w1 10b0 2 43 9

Participants

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Program Authors Hardware Language
Bs'66'76 Barend Swets CDC Cyber Fortran, Assembly
Dappet Dap Hartmann, Peter Kouwenhoven PDP-11 Fortran, Assembly
Gambiet'81 Wim Rens TRS-80 Z80 Assembly
GVNAA Gert Vriend DEC-10 Fortran
IGM Peter van Diepen Max Board 6802 [3] Lisp, Assembly
Killer Kees de Kruif PDP-11 Pascal
Pion Jan Derksen, John Huisman,
Harry Nefkens, Jaap van den Herik
PDP-11 C
PK80 Ard van Bergen PDP-11, CDC Cyber Fortran
Schak-H Henk, Hans and Bert van der Liet Signetics 2650 Assembly (Machine Code)
Storm'81 Theo van der Storm PDP-11/60 Pascal
Tiny Chess '86 Jan Kuipers 8088 Assembly
Usurpator II Harm Geert Muller AIM-65 6502
Siemens PC 100
Assembly
YNCT 1.0 Luuk de Vries Sharp MZ-80 Z80 Assembly (Machine Code)

Photos

YNCTLuukdeVries.jpg

Winner YNCT 1.0 on a Sharp MZ-80 and his author Luuk de Vries [4]

Poster

NK1981.gif
[5]

Thousand visitors

The Dutch Computer Chess Championship on September 25-27 at the University Center The Uithof, Utrecht, was a great event. Thirteen participants competed for first place, which was eventually occupied by Luuk de Vries from Gouda, with his program YNCT 1.0, followed by Gambiet'81 (Wim Rens), Pion (TH Delft), ... About thousand visitors enjoyed the party, comments were given to the audience by Hans Bouwmeester, Jaap van den Herik, Sicco Kooi, Jan Louwman and Barend Swets. 

Bulletin

See also

External Links

References

  1. ONK 1981 CSVN site
  2. Peter van Diepen (ed.) (1982). Toernooibulletin van het Nederlands kampioenschap computerschaak 1981 - Tabel 3. Deelnemers. pdf hosted by Hein Veldhuis
  3. MC6802 Max Board - OLD Micros
  4. Image from Luuk de Vries (1982). YNCT. in Peter van Diepen (ed.) (1982). Toernooibulletin van het Nederlands kampioenschap computerschaak 1981. De Deelnemers. pdf hosted by Hein Veldhuis
  5. Eerste Nederlands Kampioenschappen Computerschaken

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