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Alexander (Alex) Schmidt, [1]
a German computer chess tester, UCI Arena partner, opening book author [2], and clone and derivative chess engine investigator for the Arena team, involved in the Patriot [3], Fafis [4], Lord King [5], Deep<9>, xyclOps, and Lion investigations, to name a few [6]. He maintained the uciengines.de site, providing informations on UCI engines as well as CECP aka WinBoard engines [7], most famous for their 2005 interview with Vasik Rajlich on Rybka [8] [9]. Actually, Alexander Schmidt is collecting informations in his Computer Chess News blog [10], hosting a Chess960 [11] and a 9x9 Go league [12] .

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References

  1. ^ not to confused with Dr. Alexander Schmidt, see Re: Houdini with 1:1 Robbolito-code? by Alexander Schmidt, CCC, October 12, 2011
  2. ^ People Involved from Arena Chess GUI
  3. ^ Cloning... by Alexander Schmidt, CCC, May 06, 2005
  4. ^ About Fafis... by Alexander Schmidt, CCC, May 27, 2005
  5. ^ You will not like it: The truth about LordKing 2006 by Alexander Schmidt, CCC, December 23, 2005
  6. ^ Finding clones... by Alexander Schmidt, CCC, August 15, 2008
  7. ^ UCI Engines by Alexander Schmidt, (October 2002) archived by the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ Interview with Vasik Rajlich by Alexander Schmidt, CCC, December 20, 2005
  9. ^ Interview with Vasik Rajlich by Christopher Conkie, Michael Diosi, Frank Quisinsky & Alexander Schmidt, December 20, 2005, hosted by Ed Schröder
  10. ^ Computer Chess News « What you should know about Chess Engines by Alexander Schmidt
  11. ^ Chess960 League « Computer Chess News by Alexander Schmidt
  12. ^ Go League 9×9 « Computer Chess News by Alexander Schmidt
  13. ^ Re: Clone engine list - Patriot by hirdelgird, WinBoard Forum, April 19, 2007

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