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Michael (Mike) Byrne,
an American certified public accountant, finance manager, chess player and computer chess aficionado, in 1983 graduated from University of Pennsylvania [1]. He wrote computer chess articles for Computer Chess Reports in the 90s, and served as moderator in CCC. He is member of the Crafty team around Robert Hyatt as mentioned on the CCT Tournament [2] and ACCA World Computer Rapid Chess Championship [3] sites, likely as chess consultant and opening book author. More recently, he plays around with a derivative of Senpai 1.0 by Fabien Letouzey, dubbed Kōhai [4] [5], the Gull 3 fork dubbed Hawkeye [6], and a Stockfish fork with Cerebellum book, dubbed McBrain [7].
Michael B [8]

Selected Articles


Forum Posts

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References

  1. ^ Michael Byrne (1996). M-Chess Pro 5.0 Book Learning Feature. Computer Chess Reports, Vol. 5, Nos. 3+4, pp. 85-86 - About the Author p. 86
  2. ^ CCT 15 Participants | CCT Events
  3. ^ 2010 Fourth Annual ACCA World Computer Rapid Chess Championships - Participants
  4. ^ Kohai 1.0 Released - a Senpai Derivative by Michael B, CCC, June 06, 2016
  5. ^ GitHub - MichaelB7/Kohai-Chess: UCI Chess Engine, a derivative of Senpai 1.0
  6. ^ Hawkeye 1.01 Released by Michael B, CCC, July 07, 2016
  7. ^ McBrain 2017 by Michael B, CCC, January 06, 2017
  8. ^ MichaelB7 · GitHub
  9. ^ Hans Kmoch vs Aron Nimzowitsch (1927) from chessgames.com

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