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MChess Pro: Challenging a Legend of Computer Chess (Part 2)

By Brendan J. Norman

So… when we left off, I’d just played 1.d4 in my exciting fight against 1995 World Microcomputer Chess Champion MChess Pro 8.0. I relayed the move to my physical board, sipped my coffee and wondered what opening line I’d be facing considering that the opening book is from the mid-nineties and not “up-to-date” with latest […]

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MChess Pro: Challenging a Legend of Computer Chess

By Brendan J. Norman

MChess Pro: Early Days I first heard about the software program MChess Pro back around 1999 (or around about that time), when reading a copy of “Australian Chess”, a great A4 sized chess magazine which is now sadly out of print. Back then a chess-obsessed 16 year old with an attitude, I’d been digging around […]

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