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Eric Schiller,
an American chess player, FIDE Master, international trainer, international arbiter, chess tournament organizer, chess writer, and Ph.D. in linguistics from University of Chicago in 1991 [1]. He is author and co-author of over 100 chess books and opening monographs [2], and also involved in developing chess teaching software and tutorials, and contributed to Kasparov's Gambit [3], Chessmaster 5000 [4] and authored Dr. Schiller's Chess Game & How to Play Chess [5] [6]. Along with Enrique Irazoqui, Eric Schiller was disignated arbiter of the Kramnik versus Deep Fritz 2002 match [7]. When the Einstein Group PLC took over the rights for the Man vs Machine event in Bahrain from Brain Games [8], Schiller was vetoed by ChessBase, and revealed some internals on the Cadaques Qualifier between Fritz and Junior [9].
Eric Schiller [10]

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References

  1. ^ Eric Schiller | Facebook
  2. ^ Eric Schiller | Chess author from Wikipedia
  3. ^ Re: Opinions on Kasparovs Gambit program? by Eric Schiller, rgcc, October 01, 1996
  4. ^ Re: CM5000 is it out yet? by Eric Schiller, rgc, March 27, 1995
  5. ^ Dr. Schiller's chess game & how to play chess. (Interaktiv / Multimedia, 1997) (WorldCat.org)
  6. ^ Zane: Dr. Schiller's Chess Game & How to Play Chess
  7. ^ The Week in Chess 7th May 2001 by Mark Crowther (archived) 4.) Brain Games Network announce million dollar computer contract
  8. ^ Einstein takes over Brain Games and Kramnik, ChessBase News, January 25, 2002
  9. ^ Eric Schiller about the Cadaques Qualifier by Ed Schröder, CCC, October 11, 2002
  10. ^ Image cropped from The chess games of Eric Schiller, chessgames.com

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