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'''Milobarus''',<br/>
 
'''Milobarus''',<br/>
 
a [[Dedicated Chess Computers|dedicated chess computer]] prototype build by [[Rainer Serfling]].  
 
a [[Dedicated Chess Computers|dedicated chess computer]] prototype build by [[Rainer Serfling]].  
It consists of a [[Sensory Board|sensory board]] and standard [[IBM PC|PC-hardware]] with [[x86|80486]] inside, and ran a chess program based on [[Jörg Burwitz|Jörg Burwitz']] [[Diogenes]].  
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It consists of a [[Sensory Board|sensory board]] and standard [[IBM PC|PC-hardware]] with [[x86|80486]], integrated as [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liquid-crystal_display LCD] [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laptop laptop] similar to the [[Mephisto Wundermaschine]]. Milobarus ran a chess program based on [[Jörg Burwitz|Jörg Burwitz']] [[Diogenes]].  
Milobarus played the [[Aegon 1994]] and finished with 1½ out of 6 and three draws.
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The prototype played the [[Aegon 1994]] and finished with 1½ out of 6 and three draws.
 
The computer's name apparently was devoted to [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strongman_%28strength_athlete%29 strongman] [http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milo_Barus Milo Barus] (1906 - 1977), at times [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inn innkeeper] of Klosterbräu-Stübl in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stadtroda Stadtroda] and Meuschkensmühle in [https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eisenberger_M%C3%BChltal Eisenberger Mühltal] near [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wei%C3%9Fenborn,_Thuringia Weißenborn], [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thuringia Thuringia], close to Rainer Serfling's home.  
 
The computer's name apparently was devoted to [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strongman_%28strength_athlete%29 strongman] [http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milo_Barus Milo Barus] (1906 - 1977), at times [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inn innkeeper] of Klosterbräu-Stübl in [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stadtroda Stadtroda] and Meuschkensmühle in [https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eisenberger_M%C3%BChltal Eisenberger Mühltal] near [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wei%C3%9Fenborn,_Thuringia Weißenborn], [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thuringia Thuringia], close to Rainer Serfling's home.  
  
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=See also=  
 
=See also=  
 
* [[Diogenes]]
 
* [[Diogenes]]
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* [[Mephisto Wundermaschine]]
  
 
=Publications=
 
=Publications=

Latest revision as of 19:28, 13 July 2019

Home * Engines * Milobarus

Milobarus [1]

Milobarus,
a dedicated chess computer prototype build by Rainer Serfling. It consists of a sensory board and standard PC-hardware with 80486, integrated as LCD laptop similar to the Mephisto Wundermaschine. Milobarus ran a chess program based on Jörg Burwitz' Diogenes. The prototype played the Aegon 1994 and finished with 1½ out of 6 and three draws. The computer's name apparently was devoted to strongman Milo Barus (1906 - 1977), at times innkeeper of Klosterbräu-Stübl in Stadtroda and Meuschkensmühle in Eisenberger Mühltal near Weißenborn, Thuringia, close to Rainer Serfling's home.

Selected Games

Aegon 1994, Round 4, Ada van der Giessen - Milobarus [2]

[Event "Aegon 1994"]
[Site "The Hague NED"]
[Date "1994.05.04"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Ada van der Giessen"]
[Black "Milobarus"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]

1.e4 e5 2.Bc4 Nf6 3.d3 c6 4.f4 Bb4+ 5.c3 Bd6 6.fxe5 Bxe5 7.Nf3 Bc7 8.Bg5 h6
9.Bh4 g5 10.Bf2 d5 11.exd5 Qe7+ 12.Qe2 Qxe2+ 13.Kxe2 cxd5 14.Bb3 Nc6 15.Na3 
O-O 16.Rae1 Bg4 17.h3 Rae8+ 18.Kd2 Bxf3 19.gxf3 Bf4+ 20.Kc2 Rxe1 21.Rxe1 Rc8 
22.Kd1 Kg7 23.Nb5 a6 24.Nd4 Kg6 25.Bc2 Nxd4 26.Bxd4 Bg3 27.Re2 Nh5 28.Be5 Bf4 
29.d4+ f5 30.Bxf4 Nxf4 31.Re7 b5 32.Rd7 Rf8 33.Bb3 Nxh3 34.Bxd5 Nf4 35.Bb7 Rf6 
36.d5 Nd3 37.Rc7 Nxb2+ 38.Ke2 g4 39.Rc6 gxf3+ 40.Kxf3 a5 41.Ba6 Nc4 42.Rxf6+ 
Kxf6 43.Bxb5 Nd6 44.Bd3 Ke5 45.c4 Kd4 46.Bf1 h5 47.Kg3 a4 48.Kh4 f4 49.Kxh5 f3 
50.Kg4 f2 51.Kf3 Nxc4 52.Bxc4 Kxc4 1/2-1/2

See also

Publications

External Links

References

  1. Editor (1994). Wunderkiste aus dem Osten. Computerschach und Spiele, 1/94, pdf hosted by Hein Veldhuis (German)
  2. CSVN Downloads Games Aegon Tournaments

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