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Galahad,
a Chess Engine Communication Protocol compatible private chess engine written by James Swafford in C++ [1]. Galahad is a traditional bitmap based program performing an Alpha-Beta search with opening book and endgame tablebase access. It is the successor to the weaker freeware program Tristram [2].

An open source Windows version Galahad 1.0 with an own GUI didn't include the Chess Engine Communication Protocol compatible console engine. Its evaluation is a bitmap translation of Tom Kerrigan's TSCP 1.3 [3] .
Statue of Galahad, Ottawa [4]

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  1. ^ Re: Programming language by Dann Corbit, Winboard Forum, September 04, 2001
  2. ^ Galahad by James Swafford, CCC, June 29, 1999
  3. ^ galahad 1.0 available (with source) by James Swafford, CCC, August 30, 2000
  4. ^ Galahad from Wikipedia, Sir Galahad statue, Parliament Hill, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

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