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Pawnder,
a chess program by Truman Collins which played all three of Don Beal's Uniform-Platform Computer Chess Championship in 1992, 1993 and 1994. Truman Collins wrote Pawnder as senior project in computer science at Willamette University, starting in 1985. Pawnder runs on a PC under MS-DOS, and applies alpha-beta with hash tables. It reached a depth of 5 or 6 plies in about 15 seconds on an average PC of that time [1].

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  1. ^ Pawnder Chess Program

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