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[[Dap Hartmann]] on the 1988 field <ref>[[Dap Hartmann]] ('''1988'''). ''Report on the 8th Dutch National Computer-Chess Championship''. [[ICGA Journal#11_4|ICCA Journal, Vol. 11, No. 4]]
 
[[Dap Hartmann]] on the 1988 field <ref>[[Dap Hartmann]] ('''1988'''). ''Report on the 8th Dutch National Computer-Chess Championship''. [[ICGA Journal#11_4|ICCA Journal, Vol. 11, No. 4]]
  In this years field, there were three full pro's ([[Frans Morsch]] ([[Quest]]), [[Ed Schroder|Ed Schroeder]] ([[Rebel]]) and [[Henk Kuyer]] ([[October]])), and two participants that have commercial aspirations ([[Bart Weststrate]] ([[Kallisto]]) and [[Eric van Riet Paap]] ([[Zen]])), which made almost the half of the field.  
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  In this years field, there were three full pro's ([[Frans Morsch]] <nowiki>[</nowiki>[[Quest]]<nowiki>]</nowiki>), [[Ed Schroder|Ed Schroeder]] <nowiki>[</nowiki>[[Rebel]]<nowiki>]</nowiki> and [[Henk Kuyer]] <nowiki>[</nowiki>[[October]]<nowiki>]</nowiki>), and two participants that have commercial aspirations ([[Bart Weststrate]] <nowiki>[</nowiki>[[Kallisto]]<nowiki>]</nowiki> and [[Eric van Riet Paap]] <nowiki>[</nowiki>[[Zen]]<nowiki>]</nowiki>), which made almost the half of the field.
  
 
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Home * Tournaments * Dutch Open Computer Chess Championship * DOCCC 1988

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The 8th Dutch Computer Chess Championship took place October 1988, in Leiden, The Netherlands.

Final Standing

8th Dutch Computer Chess Championship 1988 [1]

# Program 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 P SOS SoDOS
1 Quest 12w1 3b1 2w1 4b1 9w1 6b1 11w1 7 27 27
2 Rebel 5b1 8w1 1b0 10w1 3b1 7b1 4w1 6 29½ 22½
3 Kallisto 14w1 1w0 12b1 9b1 2w0 4b1 6w½ 26½ 11¾
4 The King 6b1 7w1 8b1 1w0 5b1 3w0 2b0 4 32 14½
5 Dappet 2w0 11b0 7w1 14b1 4w0 13w1 10b1 4 20½
6 Pionier 4w0 10b½ 11w1 7b½ 8w1 1w0 3b½ 28½ 12
7 Pallas 9w1 4b0 5b0 6w½ 14b1 2w0 12b1 23½
8 Nightmare 11w1 2b0 4w0 12b1 6b0 10w½ 13b1 23 8
9 October 7b0 13w1 10b1 3w0 1b0 12w½ 14w1 21½
10 Shess 13b1 6w½ 9w0 2b0 11w1 8b½ 5w0 3 24½
11 LChess 8b0 5w1 6b0 13w1 10b0 14w1 1b0 3 22 5
12 Arachne 1b0 14b1 3w0 8w0 13b1 9b½ 7w0 23
13 Delta 10w0 9b0 14w1 11b0 12w0 5b0 8w0 1 19½ 0
14 Zen 3b0 12w0 13b0 5w0 7w0 11b0 9b0 0 22 0

Full Pro's

Dap Hartmann on the 1988 field <ref>Dap Hartmann (1988). Report on the 8th Dutch National Computer-Chess Championship. ICCA Journal, Vol. 11, No. 4

In this years field, there were three full pro's (Frans Morsch [Quest]), Ed Schroeder [Rebel] and Henk Kuyer [October]), and two participants that have commercial aspirations (Bart Weststrate [Kallisto] and Eric van Riet Paap [Zen]), which made almost the half of the field.

Reports

External Links

References

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