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Heiner Marxen,
a German computer scientist, programmer and author of Chest, a Program for Solving Orthodox Chess Problems [1]. Heiner is a well known Busy Beaver expert [2]. Additionally he introduced a method to compute Rook Paths Puzzles [3]. In 1973, he has written the first precursor of Chest, written in Fortran-II (no recursion) to solve mate-in-two problems [4]. It did not need or use any tapes and ran on an IBM-1130 with 32 K bytes, and took half an hour for one job [5].
Heiner Marxen [6]

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  1. ^ Chest: A Program for Solving Orthodox Chess Problems
  2. ^ Heiner Marxen - Busy Beaver
  3. ^ Heiner Marxen's Method to compute the Rook Paths Puzzle
  4. ^ Chest - Readme Long - History
  5. ^ Re: Perft(3) from 1978, with a twist! by Heiner Marxen, CCC, December 09, 2011
  6. ^ BELCT 2001 Berlin is worth a trip ! photos by Thomas Mayer

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