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Harold van der Heijden,
a Dutch chess endgame study composer, collector and researcher, awarded in 2001 by the Permanent Commission of the FIDE for Chess Compositions (PCCC) with the title of International Judge for Chess Composition for endgame studies, and Secretary of the Dutch-Flemish ARVES, the Alexander Rueb Vereniging voor Schaakeindspelstudie [1]. Van der Heijden maintains and sells the largest collection of endgame studies in PGN-format [2] , and is along with Azlan Iqbal, Matej Guid, Eiko Bleicher and Guy Haworth involved in Data-Mining of Endgame Tablebases in conjunction with his endgame study database [3] [4] .
Harold van der Heijden [5]



External Links


  1. ^ Alexander Rueb Vereniging voor SchaakEindspelStudie - Dutch-Flemish Association for Endgame Study
  2. ^ Harold van der Heijden - Endgame Study Database IV
  3. ^ Azlan Iqbal, Harold van der Heijden, Matej Guid (2010). Research Grant to Investigate Multi-Dimensional Aesthetic Perception using Endgame Studies, EG, Alexander Rueb Vereniging voor Schaakeindspelstudie (ARVES), No. 180, Vol. XVI
  4. ^ Eiko Bleicher, Guy Haworth, Harold van der Heijden (2010). Data-Mining Chess Databases. ICGA Journal, Vol. 33, No. 4
  5. ^ Harold van der Heijden from Wikipedia
  6. ^ Dr. Mohammed Azlan Bin Mohamed Iqbal (Publications and Research Grants)
  7. ^ A computer program to identify beauty in problems and studies, ChessBase News, December 15, 2012

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