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  • ...om/web_gallery/M/Marcel-Duchamp/Portrait-of-Chess-Players.html Portrait of Chess Players] (1911) - cropped from [http://www.artchive.com/ Mark Harden's Artc ...ss programs or '''Chess engines''', which is the chess playing part of the chess program, relying on proprietary or [[Protocols|standard protocols]] communi
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  • ...e|Home]] * [[Tournaments and Matches|Tournaments]] * [[World Microcomputer Chess Championship]] * 2nd WMCCC Travemünde 1981''' The '''Second World Microcomputer Chess Championship''' took place from September 21 to 28, [[Timeline#1981|1981]],
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  • '''[[Main Page|Home]] * Chess''' [[FILE:Breaking Point 1.png|border|right|thumb|Chess <ref>An [https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Breaking_Point_1.png illus
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  • ...arry Atkin (front) and David Slate at the 10th ACM North American Computer Chess Championship in Detroit, Michigan], 1979, Gift of [[Monroe Newborn]] from [ ...ity's]] program [[Chess (Program)|Chess]], which almost dominated computer chess during the 70s in the United States. Larry Atkin further was lead programme
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  • ...ull_record.php?iid=stl-430b9bbdafbd8 Slate, Swartz, and Rubin at 1st World Chess Championship in Stockholm], 1974, Photo by [[Monroe Newborn]] from [[The Co ...CDC Cyber] consultant [[David Cahlander]], Chess almost dominated computer chess during the 70s in the United States.
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  • ...rief overview on chess variants and other games, which are interesting for chess programmers due to new and innovative approaches and [[Algorithms|algorithm ==Chess Variants==
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  • ...ford University]], under supervision of [[John McCarthy]], to play certain chess [[Endgame|endgames]] with pieces versus the lonesome king. Barbara Huberman ...hilton-computing.org.uk/acl/literature/books/gamesplaying/p005.htm#index19 Chess programs: Huberman]</ref>:
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  • ...en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linguistics linguist], science-, chess- and computer chess journalist, in 1986 with game database developer [[Matthias Wüllenweber]] ...schach-computer wiki]</ref>. Friedel has close relations with world's top chess players <ref>[http://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/print/d-13515845.html Bobby sei
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  • ..., December 8, 1980</ref>, to produce [[Dedicated Chess Computers|dedicated chess]] and game computers. [[Boris]] was the first chess computer designed and manufactured by Applied Concepts <ref>''Patent Applic
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  • ...[[Artificial Intelligence]] such as [[Dedicated Chess Computers|dedicated chess]] and [[Backgammon]] computers <ref>[https://www.eendusa.com/how-we-starte ...Chess Computers..The Early Years] by [[Steve Blincoe|Steve B]], [[Computer Chess Forums|Hiarcs Forum]], March 30, 2008</ref>.
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  • '''[[Main Page|Home]] * [[Dedicated Chess Computers]] * [[Module]] * Chafitz Modular Game System''' ...[David Slate]] and [[John Jacobs]], the endgame module [[Morphy#Capablanca|Capablanca]] by Atkin and Slate, and the [[Steinitz]] module by Atkin, all [[6502]] ba
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  • '''[[Main Page|Home]] * [[Dedicated Chess Computers]] * [[Module]] * Great Game Machine''' ...[David Slate]] and [[John Jacobs]], the endgame module [[Morphy#Capablanca|Capablanca]] by Atkin and Slate, and the [[Steinitz]] module by Atkin, all [[6502]] ba
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  • ...e during game play exchangeable [[#Gruenfeld|Gruenfeld]] and [[#Capablanca|Capablanca]] cartridges. ....html Publication Archive] from [http://www.chesscomputeruk.com/index.html Chess Computer UK] by [[Mike Watters]]</ref>.
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  • a family of chess programs written [[Larry Atkin]] in [[6502]] assembly, distributed as modul ...'1983'''). ''[http://www.atarimagazines.com/creative/v9n9/176_Chess_70.php Chess 7.0. (evaluation)]''. [[Creative Computing]], Vol. 9, No. 9, pp. 176</ref>
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  • '''[[Main Page|Home]] * [[Engines]] * Chess 7.0''' ...imania.com/game-atari-400-800-xl-xe-chess-70_1022.html Atari 400 800 XL XE Chess 7.0 : scans, dump, download, screenshots, ads, videos, catalog, instruction
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  • ...net Chess Server]] (FICS). Further, PyChess supports many [[Chess#Variants|chess variants]]. =Chess Variants=
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  • ...is], the author was keen to apply them to real problems - in the domain of chess engine optimization. The main components of virtually any chess program are [[Search|search]] and [[Evaluation|evaluation]]. The evaluation
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  • ...ing features; in principle, it can thus be used independently of UCI based chess GUIs. Fischerle is available for download at its author's web pages . Fischerle’s representation of chess positions is based on the [[Rotated Bitboards|rotated bitboard]] model. Fis
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  • ...]], [[CCC]], September 27, 1999</ref> and published in the French computer chess magazine [[La Puce Echiquéenne]] n° 8 <ref>[http://www.blitzchess.fr/fr/b ...B4/Pq2P1P1/2r2P1P/R3R1K1 b - - bm e5; id "LCTII.POS.06"; c0 "Nimzowitsch - Capablanca, New York 1927";
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  • was a German computer chess programmer, and author of the chess program [[SMIRF]]. .../en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chess960 Chess960 from Wikipedia]</ref> as well for chess variants with other board sizes like 10x8.
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