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Jeroen Noomen,
a Dutch computer chess expert and well-established opening book author. Since 1981 Jeroen has been involved in computer chess as a writer in computer chess magazines, as a full time contributor to Hegener & Glaser, being responsible for the opening books of Richard Lang and Ed Schröder. In the period from 1990 to 1992 Jeroen developed opening books for the Schröder programs like Mephisto Polgar, Mephisto MM IV, Mephisto RISC, as well as Rebel itself [1].

Jeroen was further book author of Chess Tiger, Ruffian and Rybka [2][3]. He is also known as author of opening suites, a set of opening positions, intended for engine vs engine testing, which gives a balanced representation of modern chess.
Jeroen Noomen [4]

Photos

Karpov Simul

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Anatoly Karpov vs Mephisto Portorose operated by Jeroen Noomen @ 63...Rxh1
SKA-Mephisto-Tournament, Munich, April 1990 [5] [6] [7]

Aegon 1997

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Peter Schreiner operating MChess and Jeroen, Aegon 1997 [8]

Selected Publications


Forum Posts

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External Links


References

  1. ^ Who is who behind Rebel from Ed Schröder's Rebel site
  2. ^ The Rybka Team
  3. ^ Rybka @ Pamplona 17th ICGA World Computer Chess Championship by Vasik Rajlich from Rybka Support & Discussion / Rybka, May 17, 2009
  4. ^ from the Photo Composition of the Participants, DOCCC 1999, Dutch Open Computer Chess Championship 1999 old CSVN site
  5. ^ Noomen (Mephisto Portorose) vs. Karpov from 15.Collector's Album by Chewbanta
  6. ^ Schachcomputer - Geschichte - 26 (German) by Karsten Bauermeister, hosted by Kurt Kispert
  7. ^ can anyone name both players? by Harvey Williamson, Rybka Forum, June 05, 2008
  8. ^ Aegon 1996-97 by Thorsten Czub
  9. ^ Opening Books hosted by Ed Schröder

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