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The 8th Dutch Computer Chess Championship took place October 1988, in Leiden, The Netherlands.

Final Standing

8th Dutch Computer Chess Championship 1988 [1]
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Program
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2
3
4
5
6
7
P
SOS
SoDOS
1
Quest
12w1
3b1
2w1
4b1
9w1
6b1
11w1
7
27
27
2
Rebel
5b1
8w1
1b0
10w1
3b1
7b1
4w1
6
29½
22½
3
Kallisto
14w1
1w0
12b1
9b1
2w0
4b1
6w½

26½
11¾
4
The King
6b1
7w1
8b1
1w0
5b1
3w0
2b0
4
32
14½
5
Dappet
2w0
11b0
7w1
14b1
4w0
13w1
10b1
4
20½

6
Pionier
4w0
10b½
11w1
7b½
8w1
1w0
3b½

28½
12
7
Pallas
9w1
4b0
5b0
6w½
14b1
2w0
12b1

23½

8
Nightmare
11w1
2b0
4w0
12b1
6b0
10w½
13b1

23
8
9
October
7b0
13w1
10b1
3w0
1b0
12w½
14w1

21½

10
Shess
13b1
6w½
9w0
2b0
11w1
8b½
5w0
3
24½

11
LChess
8b0
5w1
6b0
13w1
10b0
14w1
1b0
3
22
5
12
Arachne
1b0
14b1
3w0
8w0
13b1
9b½
7w0

23

13
Delta
10w0
9b0
14w1
11b0
12w0
5b0
8w0
1
19½
0
14
Zen
3b0
12w0
13b0
5w0
7w0
11b0
9b0
0
22
0

Full Pro's

Dap Hartmann on the 1988 field [2]
In this years field, there were three full pro's (Frans Morsch [Quest]), Ed Schroeder [Rebel] and Henk Kuyer [October]), and two participants that have commercial aspirations (Bart Weststrate [Kallisto] and Eric van Riet Paap [Zen]), which made almost the half of the field.

Reports


External Links


References

  1. ^ ONK 1988 CSVN site
  2. ^ Dap Hartmann (1988). Report on the 8th Dutch National Computer-Chess Championship. ICCA Journal, Vol. 11, No. 4

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