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The Chess Programs World Tournament in Personal Computers took place from May 28 to 31, 1981 in Paris, France, organized by Pierre Nolot and sponsored by L'Ordinateur individuel. The seven-round Swiss tournament, intended as Micro Computer World Championship, acknowledged by the French Chess Federation, lacked the sanction of ICCA and FIDE [1] .

Final Standing

#
Program/Computer
CC
Programmers
Companies
P
SOS
1
Mephisto X
DE
Elmar Henne, Thomas Nitsche
Hegener & Glaser
6
26½
2
CC Mark V prototype
GB
David Broughton, Mark Taylor
Philidor Software
5
30
3
Morphy Great Game Machine
US
John Aker
Applied Concepts
5
28½
4
Morphy Encore
US
John Aker
Chafitz

28½
5
Mephisto Y
DE
Elmar Henne, Thomas Nitsche
Hegener & Glaser

20
6
ARB Boris 2.5
US
Kathe & Dan Spracklen
Chafitz
4
30
7
Mephisto
DE
Elmar Henne, Thomas Nitsche
Hegener & Glaser
4
26½
8
Sfinks
US
William Fink

4
22
9
MGS Boris 2.5
US
Kathe & Dan Spracklen, John Aker, Terry Fredrick
Chafitz

28
10
Sensory Voice Challenger
US
Ron Nelson
Fidelity Electronics

27
11
Boris Diplomat
US
David Lindsay
Applied Concepts

23
12
Voice Chess Challenger
US
Ron Nelson
Fidelity Electronics

20
13
Chess Champion Mark IV
GB
Mike Johnson
Philidor Software, SciSys
3/6 [2]
22
14
Chess Partner 2000
GB
Mike Johnson
Philidor Software, SciSys
2
26
15
Chess Challenger 7
US
Ron Nelson
Fidelity Electronics
2
23
16
Novag Micro Chess
US
David Kittinger
Novag

20
17
Chess Traveller
GB
Mike Johnson
Philidor Software, SciSys

19½

See also


Publications


External Links


References

  1. ^ Kevin O’Connell (1981). MicroChess - Paris Tournament. Personal Computer World, August 1981
  2. ^ The computer was stolen after round 6 and therefor lost by default the last round, see Kevin O’Connell (1981). MicroChess - Paris Tournament. Personal Computer World, August 1981
  3. ^ Publication Archive from Chess Computer UK by Mike Watters
  4. ^ 09-1981, 2. Mikrocomputer-Schachweltmeisterschaft in Travemünde und Hamburg (pdf) hosted by Hein Veldhuis

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