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Ed Trice,
an American electrical engineer, entrepreneur, CEO of Liquid Nitrogen Overclocking [1], chess and checkers player and programmer. He is inventor of the 10x8 chess variant Gothic Chess, which is similar to Capablanca Chess by adding an Archbishop and Chancellor [2] but has a different starting position [3]. In 2002, Ed Trice obtained U.S. Patent #6,481,716 for Gothic Chess [4] [5], which expired in 2006 [6]. Already in the mid 80s, Ed Trice developed the chess program The Sniper [7] which had a USCF rating of 2129 in January of 1990 [8]. Along with Gil Dodgen in the late 90s, he co-authored the checkers program World Championship Checkers [9] which includes a 7-Piece endgame database [10], also used to verify Chinook's endgame databases [11]. His Gothic Vortex Gothic Chess playing program won the 2004 [12] and 2007 Gothic Chess Computer World Championships [13] .
Ed Trice [14]

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References

  1. ^ Liquid Nitrogen Overclocking - Certified for Equinix deployment
  2. ^ Capablanca Chess from Wikipedia
  3. ^ Gothic Chess from Wikipedia
  4. ^ United States Patent: 6481716
  5. ^ Gothic Chess Federation, Wayback Machine
  6. ^ Expiration of Patents - OG Date: 16 January 2007
  7. ^ About Ed Trice: March 2009
  8. ^ USCF MSA - 12528567: THE SNIPER COMPX Member Details
  9. ^ World Championship Checkers
  10. ^ Ed Trice, Gil Dodgen (2003). The Perfect 7-Piece Checkers Database. ICGA Journal, Vol. 26, No. 4
  11. ^ Thank You - Chinook - World Man-Machine Checkers Champion
  12. ^ Ed Trice (2004). The 2004 Gothic Chess Computer World Championship. ICGA Journal, Vol. 27, No. 4
  13. ^ 2007 Gothic Chess Computer World Championship - Final Standings
  14. ^ Cropped image from Alexis Skye with Ed Trice in Iceland, 2006, Ed Trice – Wikipédia.pt
  15. ^ ICGA Reference Database (pdf)
  16. ^ The United States Chess Federation - My 61 Memorable Games: A Mystery by Larry Evans, February 1, 2008
  17. ^ The United States Chess Federation - 61 Memorable Games: A Hoax by Larry Evans, April 10, 2008
  18. ^ LabateChess.com
  19. ^ Labate Sues Trice For $21.2 Million - Chess.com, October 30, 2008
  20. ^ Searching for Bobby Fischer - Wikipedia

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