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Home * People * Wieland Belka

Wieland Belka,
a German civil engineer with a degree from TU Dresden, ICCF International Correspondence Chess Master [1] and Senior International Correspondence Chess Master, playing under the ICCF U.S.A. [2] as one of their top rated players [3], and adept of the Blackmar–Diemer Gambit [4]. As computer chess programmer, Wieland Belka is author of the chess engine Eichhörnchen, and along with Matthew Lai, co-author of Brainless, where he contributed a bunch of crazy chess knowledge ideas [5].

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