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Re:Match between computers
« on: January 19, 2006, 06:28PM »
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Hi Federicoguitarra and welcome aboard (same to ergundel and our new friends whom I haven't had a chance to greet yet  )

I can say yes to both questions!!!

Unfortunately I haven't had much time for this great hobby recently but please feel free to post anything you want! I'm sure others will enjoy that.
I myself will save the games and will play with them later.

All the best,

Ismenio
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Match between computers
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2006, 04:48PM »
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Hi all:

I have registered today and i want to post following question: between 1993 and 1996 I organized several chess matches between two chess computers, namely, the PC-program "Grandmaster", running at that time in DOS (AT 80386) and the Chess computer "Novag Scorpio 68000", at that time one of the strongest in the market. The matches were very fair and had very exciting moments, for both played very differently. Recently I analyzed some of the games (the first 30 ones, with the result: Grandmaster 17,5 Novag Scorpio 12,5) and commented them in Fritz 8 Chessbase. Is this an appropiate website to post these games, and are there interested people? Thank you

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