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Adrian Millett, (often misspelled as Adrian Millet)
a British Checkers and games programmer. He is author of the Checkers playing program Sage [1] [2] [3] and the Draughts and Draughts variant playing program Dynamo [4], and along with Derek Oldbury co-author of the Checkers playing program Checkermate. Sage Draughts competed at the 1st Computer Olympiad, London 1989, Checkermate at the 2nd Computer Olympiad, London 1990, both in 8x8 Checkers - Dynamo played 10x10 Draughts at the 4th Computer Olympiad, London 1992. In 1995, Adrian Millett introduced the Portable Draughts Notation based on Portable Game Notation in Chess [5]. Further, he developed the Windows GUI for Chess Genius 4 [6] [7] which evolved to a multi-engine GUI via Chess Genius 6 (6.5) to the Millennium Chess System [8], and the Chess Genius Classic GUI [9]. Recent versions of his programs were distributed by his PC Solutions company [10] with its ChessAndCheckers.com! site, last updated in 2001 [11].

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  1. ^ Sage 4000
  2. ^ SAGE 4001 Checkers Program
  3. ^ Sage Draughts 9.0
  4. ^ Dynamo Draughts
  5. ^ PDN - Portable Draughts Notation by Pc Sol, rgc, July 22, 1995
  6. ^ cg by Pc Solutions, rgc, December 29, 1994
  7. ^ Richard Lang (1995). Chess Genius 4. Computer Chess Reports Vol. 5 No. 3+4, pp. 80
  8. ^ Schachclub Leinzell - Schach + PC - Shredder 5, Teil 1 by Peter Schreiner (German)
  9. ^ ChessGenius Classic 7.0 - The Chess Program that beat Kasparov!
  10. ^ Adrian Millett of PC Solutions
  11. ^ ChessAndCheckers.com!

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