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Rainer Serfling [1]

Rainer Serfling, (December 13, 1954 - June, 2008)
was a German chess, correspondent chess and freestyle chess [2] player, in 1986 open blitz champion of the German Democratic Republic, genuine computer-chess enthusiast, tester and organizer of the Computer Chess Tournament of Thuringia [3]. Rainer Serfling has build his own board chess computer Milobarus in the 90s, with a PC and a program of Jörg Burwitz inside.

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