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Patriot,
a WinBoard and UCI compliant chess engine by Vladimir Yelin, and successor of his earlier attempt Kaissa2, a namesake of Kaissa, the first World Computer Chess Champion [1]. Patriot 1.x became commercial in early 2004, bundled with Arena distributed by the Gladiator-Shop headed by Frank Quisinsky [2] [3]. According to the distributor's site, Patriot was improved considerably from March to May 2004 due to better quiescence search, evaluation using mobility tables and implementation of the transposition table [4]. In May 2005, after clone suspicions that the new Patriot 2.0 was based on Fruit [5] became substantial [6] [7], the commercial endeavor ended [8]. Later investigations revealed the previously assumed innocent [9] Patriot 1 and late Kaissas were based on Crafty with many changes [10]
Be Patriotic [11]

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References

  1. ^ about Kaissa by Vladimir Yelin, WinBoard Forum, October 26, 2003
  2. ^ WB7UCI Patriot 1.1.0 by Vladimir Yelin (Belarus) commercial available! by Frank Quisinsky, CCC, April 05, 2004
  3. ^ Archive 7 from Arena Chess GUI
  4. ^ Christian Liebert (2004). Engine-News. Computerschach und Spiele, Heft 3, 2004 (German)
  5. ^ Chess Engine List from Ron Murawski's Computer-Chess Wiki
  6. ^ Re: Sorry Vladimir but this is what I see... by Christopher Conkie, CCC, May 09, 2005
  7. ^ Patriot 2.0 Revealed as a Clone! by Nog, CCC, May 04, 2005
  8. ^ Re: Clone engine list - Patriot by hirdelgird, WinBoard Forum, April 19, 2007
  9. ^ Re: Patriot 1.0 maybe crafty clone... by Alexander Schmidt, CCC, May 05, 2005
  10. ^ Re: And the Ippolit author is... by Alexander Schmidt, CCC, October 23, 2009
  11. ^ An American poster with a patriotic theme, by Paul Stahr (1917), issued by the United States Food Administration during World War I, This media is available in the holdings of the National Archives and Records Administration, cataloged under the ARC Identifier (National Archives Identifier) 512548, Wikimedia Commons, Patriotism from Wikipedia

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