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Cipollino,
a private chess engine [1] by Giancarlo Delli Colli in dependence on the fictional character from Gianni Rodari's eponymous Tale of Cipollino also known under its 1957 renamed title The Adventures of the Little Onion [2], who fights the unjust treatment of his fellow vegetable townfolk by the fruit royalty. Cipollino played the CIPS 2007 with 5½/6 [3] [4], with hindsight zeroed on the G 6 tournament page [5]. Concerning engine originality of Olivier Deville's ChessWar tournaments, Cipollino was suspected as Fruit derivative by Christopher Conkie [6], and according to Olivier Deville first forfeited and later reinstated after Giancarlo Delli Colli provided Christopher Conkie with some source code for examination, and nothing suspicious has been found [7] [8] [9].
Tomato and Cipollino on a Russian stamp [10]

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  1. ^ Private Engine List from Ron Murawski's Computer-Chess Wiki
  2. ^ Gianni Rodari. The Adventures of the Little Onion | 'O, Shipka!' Bulgarian Books Online
  3. ^ ccc07 - Cipollino
  4. ^ ccc07 Standing at round 6
  5. ^ G6 - Live GSEI events: 7. CIPS 2007 & 2. CCC Bologna
  6. ^ Re: Christmas Engine Quiz by Christopher Conkie, Winboard Forum, December 18, 2008
  7. ^ OpenWar 5th Edition : Platen is out, Cipollino is in by Olivier Deville, CCC, January 31, 2009
  8. ^ Clone Engine List from Ron Murawski's Computer-Chess Wiki
  9. ^ ChessWar XVII A : final standings by Olivier Deville, Winboard Forum, May 27, 2012
  10. ^ Signor Tomato and Cipollino on a 1992 Russian stamp, Марка России. Герой повести-сказки итальянского детского писателя Д.Родари "Приключения Чиполлино" (1951). (1992, Художник: Б.Илюхин, №16), (1992, Artist: B.Ilyuhin, № 16), Scanned and processed by Mariluna, September 2007, Cipollino from Wikipedia

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