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Toledo Chess 2 GUI [1]

Toledo,
a family of minimalistic open source chess programs by Óscar Toledo Gutiérrez. Toledo Chess 1 with text-mode user interface is written in C [2], and won the 18th International Obfuscated C Code Contest (IOCCC) 2005 in the Game category. Toledo Chess 2 even has an own X-Window and Windows graphical user interface and won the 19th IOCCC. Further, Toledo Nanochess, written in C as well, occupies only 1274 non-blank characters, while Toledo Picochess fits in 1K of source, but without en passant, castling or minor promotion [3]. Toledo Javascript is the Nanochess JavaScript version, 2258 bytes , and Toledo Java the Java port [4]. In January 2015, Óscar Toledo G. released Toledo Atomchess, a chess program of only 481 bytes of x86 machine code [5].

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feat.: Greg Phillinganes, Claudio Slon, Lee Ritenour, Octavio Bailly Jr, Gene Goe, Steve Huffsteter, Larry Williams, Mike Julian , Frank Rosolino

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