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David E. Welsh,
an American master-level chess player in the 80s who was involved in the USCF computer-rating activities testing dedicated chess computers and giving them a "sanctioned USCF rating" that could be used on packaging and advertising. He was pretty knowledgeable about the subject of computer chess, attended many ACM chess events to discuss computer chess ideas with many participants [1], and wrote several books and reports on that topic.

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References

  1. ^ Re: An interesting book with some insights on Bob's Cray Blitz by Robert Hyatt, CCC, June 25, 2011
  2. ^ Computer Chess by David E. Welsh by John L. Jerz
  3. ^ An interesting book with some insights on Bob's Cray Blitz by Julien Marcel, CCC, June 23, 2011 » Cray Blitz
  4. ^ Transposition tables in Cray Blitz by Erin Dame, CCC, September 26, 2016 » Transposition Table, Cray Blitz
  5. ^ Tony Marsland (1985). D.E. Welsh and B. Baczynskyj: Computer Chess II. ICCA Journal, Vol. 8, No. 3 (review)

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