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Patsoc,
a computer chess program by Hans Berliner written in BLISS 36 [1], which played the WCCC 1983 in New York, running on a DEC PDP-10 with 36 bit word length. Patsoc first implemented the evaluation feature of the crippled majority with doubled pawns involved [2]. Nevertheless, Patsoc is the acronym of "Plays a terrible sort of Chess" [3].

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  1. ^ The Fourth World Computer Chess Championship (labeled 22nd ACM), pdf from The Computer History Museum, pdf from Danny Kopec
  2. ^ Hans Berliner (1987). Some Innovations Introduced by Hitech. ICCA Journal, Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 111-117
  3. ^ Harold Bogner (1984). The New Champion. Chess Life, February 1984, pdf from The Computer History Museum

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