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A story about Garry Kasparov and the birth of chess databases. If you've ever wanted a picture of Kasparov playing Hopper on a BBC B, this is the place to go.

to acorn atari bbc chess epson retrocomputing ... on 07 June 2015

chessprogramming - home edit / delete

A wiki for chess programmers.

to chess games programming wiki ... on 07 June 2015

Toledo Atomchess Game edit / delete

A better bootblock chess implementation.

to bootblock chess cute-code games software ... on 22 March 2015

Kenneth W. Regan's Chess Page edit / delete

Mostly about detecting cheating in chess through extremely crafty statistical methods. Fascinating stuff -- although you probably need to know more about chess than I do to really appreciate it.

to cheating chess competition games statistics ... on 24 August 2014

bolknote/SedChess edit / delete

As the name suggests.

to chess cute-code games sed software ... on 29 November 2013

PIC Blitz edit / delete

"PIC Blitz is a tiny, low-power, ultra-low-cost device that plays lightning chess. It is based on a PIC16F628A microcontroller, which has just 3.5 kbytes of flash and 224 bytes of RAM."

to chess cute-code games microcontroller pic ... on 12 November 2013

Full ZX-81 Chess in 1K edit / delete

The (relatively) famous 1K chess for the ZX81.

to 1k chess retrocomputing z80 zx81 ... on 20 July 2013

UB CSE Department: Kenneth W. Regan edit / delete

Some interesting material on statistical detection of cheating in chess -- for example, showing how a human player can actually achieve a very good match to a computer player entirely by accident, because of heavily-constrained paths in the game tree.

to cheating chess games maths statistics ... on 20 February 2013

Nanochess edit / delete

Miniature implementations of chess (he's done the IOCCC a few times, but there are more variants here).

to chess games ioccc obfuscated software ... on 18 September 2011

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