Noam David Elkies, (born 1966)
an American chess player, composer of chess studies^{[1]}, mathematician and Professor at Department of Mathematics, Harvard University. His research interests covers combinatorial game theory, and he is renowned for his knowledge of the connections between mathematics and music as well as chess and mathematics.

Noam Elkies (1999). On numbers and endgames: Combinatorial game theory in chess endgames. pdf, differs only in trivial stylistic details from the (1996) version published in Games of No Chance edited by Richard J. Nowakowski

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^{[1]}, mathematician and Professor at Department of Mathematics, Harvard University. His research interests covers combinatorial game theory, and he is renowned for his knowledge of the connections between mathematics and music as well as chess and mathematics.^{[2]}^{[3]}## Table of Contents

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^{[4]}^{[5]}1999).On numbers and endgames: Combinatorial game theory in chess endgames. pdf, differs only in trivial stylistic details from the (1996) version published in Games of No Chance edited by Richard J. Nowakowski2001).Endgame Tables and Chess Composition. ICGA Journal, Vol. 24, No. 22002).Higher Numbers in pawn endgames on large chessboards. More Games of No Chance edited by Richard J. Nowakowski2003).The Mathematical Knight. The Mathematical Intelligencer, Vol. 25, No. 1, pdf2004).Elliptic Curves of Large Rank and Small Conductor. arXiv:math/0403374, LNCS 30762006).The Mathieu Group M 12 and Its Pseudogroup Extension M 13. Experimental Mathematics, Vol. 15, No. 2^{[6]}2008).Chess and Mathematics. excerpt, 6 Retrograde Analysis, pdf2009).Steinitz, Zermelo, and Elkies. pdf from ChessCafe.com, on Wilhelm Steinitz, Ernst Zermelo and Noam Elkies## External Links

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