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ACM's Eighteenth North American Computer Chess Championship (NACCC), Dallas, Texas, USA, October 25-27, 1987. The tournament was held in conjunction with the ACM Fall Joint Computer Conference in the Dallas Infomart [1] along with a Computer Chess Workshop [2] .
Dallas Infomart [3]

Final Standing

[4]
#
Name
CC
1
2
3
4
P
SOS
G
1
ChipTest m
US
5w1
4b1
2b1
3w1
4
10½
4
2
Cray Blitz
US
7w1
6b1
1w0
5w1
3
10
4
3
Sun Phoenix
CA
10w1
8b1
6w1
1b0
3
10
4
4
Lachex
US
12b1
1w0
11b½
7b1


4
5
Cyrus 68K
GB
1b0
9w1
8w1
2b0
2
11
4
6
Bebe
US
11b1
2w0
3b0
12w1
2

4
7
Novag
US
2b0
13w1
12b1
4w0
2

4
8
Belle
US
9b1
3w0
5b0
bye
2
7
3
9
Waycool
US
8w0
5b0
13b1
11w1
2

4
10
GNU Chess
US
3b0
11w0
bye
13b1
2

3
11
BP
US
6w0
10b1
4w½
9b0


4
12
Ostrich
CA
4w0
bye
7w0
6b0
1

3
13
Greco
US
bye
7b0
9w0
10w0
1
6
3

Participants

[5]
Program
CC
Team
Hardware
Language
Bebe
US
Tony Scherzer, Linda Scherzer
SYS-10 bit slice hardware
Assembly
Belle
US
Ken Thompson, Joe Condon
PDP-11/23 + special hardware
C
BP
US
Robert Cullum
Compaq 386
C, Assembly
ChipTest m
US
Thomas Anantharaman, Feng-hsiung Hsu,
Murray Campbell
Sun-3 + high speed move generator
C
Cray Blitz
US
Robert Hyatt, Albert Gower, Harry Nelson
Cray X-MP 4/8
Fortran, Assembly
Cyrus 68K
GB
Mark Taylor, David Levy
68020 based micro
Assembly
GNU Chess
US
Stuart Cracraft, John Stanback,
Jay Scott, Jim Aspnes
VAX 8650
C
Greco
US
David Stafford
8086 IBM PC
C
Lachex
US
Tony Warnock, Burton Wendroff
Cray X-MP 4/16
Fortran, Assembly
Novag
US
David Kittinger
6502 bit sliced micro
Assembly
Ostrich
CA
Monty Newborn
1 x Eclipse, 7 x Nova 4
Assembly
Sun Phoenix
CA
Jonathan Schaeffer, Marius Olafsson
20 Sun-3 68020
C
Waycool
US
Ed Felten, Steve Otto,
Rod Morison, Rob Fatland
nCUBE 10 512 Proc.
C

2 remarkable games for victory


See also


Publications

Tournament


Workshop


External Links


References

  1. ^ The 1987 Fall Joint Computer Conference Infomart - Dallas, Texas, October 25-29, 1987 (pdf)
  2. ^ 1987 Computer Chess Championship at FJCC
  3. ^ Infomart from Wikipedia
  4. ^ ACM 1987 CSVN side
  5. ^ The ACM's Eighteenth North American Computer Chess Championship from The Computer History Museum, as pdf
  6. ^ pdf, Courtesy of Tony Marsland, March 25, 2013

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