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E.T. Makeshift communicator [1]

E.T.Chess, (E.T. Chess)
a chess program by Eric Triki, written in C. The older DOS version, developed until 2001, has its own graphical interface [2], applying Negamax Alpha-Beta, a quite advanced evaluation function, Killer heuristic, Null move heuristic and a Transposition table. The new version, a complete rewrite, supports the Chess Engine Communication Protocol [3] [4]. E.T.Chess played the Massy 2002 and Massy 2004 French Programmers Tournaments and the CCT10.



E.T.Chess - DOS Screen [5]

Forum Posts

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Chess Engine



  1. E.T. Makeshift communicator used by E.T. to phone home, Among its parts is a Speak & Spell, an umbrella lined with tinfoil, and a coffee can filled with other electronics, Author: Mattingly23, July 19, 2008, Wikimedia Commons
  2. E.T.Chess - DOS Version
  3. E.T.Chess - Xboard Version
  4. A new strong chess program by Eric Triki - E. T. Chess by Tim Borik, CCC, September 04, 2005
  5. E.T.Chess - DOS Version

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