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Chess 232 Board,
a magnetic sensory board with wooden pieces to play with PC chess programs, first released in late 1994, deprecated and out of stock [1]. The board was connected with the PC via a RS-323 serial COM port. It was developed in conjunction with his Auto232 interface, by Chrilly Donninger, using the same protocol [2] [3]. A MS-DOS TSR driver was able to "hook" the input and output of various chess programs. A later free Windows driver by Stefan Meyer-Kahlen allowed dedicated Chess 232 feeling with Windows engines [4].
Chess 232 [5]

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  1. ^ Chess 232 / PC-Schachbrett - PC-Brett - Schachversand Niggemann (German)
  2. ^ Schachclub Leinzell - Autoplayer 232 by Peter Schreiner, May 2000 (German)
  3. ^ Auto232 player - Auto232 and Winboard by Aaron Tay, hosted by Ron Murawski
  4. ^ Windows driver for CHESS 232 board an Autoplayer 232 by Bert Seifriz, CCC, November 09, 1997
  5. ^ Image from DOS PC-Programme | schach-blog.de by Klaus Niedernhuber (German)

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