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Chess Partner,
an early chess program for the IBM PC by Scott Murray commercially released in 1983, running under DOS 1.1 or later. It requires a color graphics adapter and 128KiB of memory. In his review, along with the SPOC program, Dave Whitehouse's recommendation was to wait for something better to come along [1].

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Chess Partner Screen [2] [3]

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  1. ^ Dave Whitehouse (1983). Biding Your Time With Computerized Chess. PC Magazine, September 1983, pp. 449-458
  2. ^ Capture from Scott Murray - Chess Partner - 1983, YouTube Video
  3. ^ Dave Whitehouse in his September 1983 PC Magazine article: "If I ever have need of a cockroach on a graphics display I will not hesitate to model it after the Black Queen in Chess Partner"

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