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George Lyapko [1]

George Lyapko, (György Lyapko, Yuriy Lyapko)
a Hungarian [2] [3] software developer and author of various archive and data compression tools for MS-DOS [4]. As computer chess programmer, George is author the Chess Engine Communication Protocol compliant chess engine Bestia, two times winner of the Hungarian Chessprogram Open in 2001 and 2003. He has further created various PGN and WinBoard related tools to run under MS-DOS, i.e. to recreate PGN from the WinBoard debug file [5] [6].

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