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Samiel,
a mainframe chess program written in 1972 by Eberhard Klein und M. Krüger as subject of their diplom thesis at Gesellschaft für Mathematik und Datenverarbeitung mbH, Bonn. The program was designed to recognize typical middlegame combinations, extended by a database of classical openings. Samiel played the First GI Computer Chess Tournament 1975, where it ran on a IBM370/168 [1].
Samiel and Caspar [2]

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  1. ^ Erstes Computer-Schachturnier der Gesellschaft für Informatik October 17, 1975, Computerwoche 42/1975 (German)
  2. ^ Costume designs by Stürmer for the roles of Samiel and Caspar in the opera Der Freischütz by Carl Maria von Weber, as presented in the original 1821 production at the Schauspielhaus Berlin, User scan of Stanley Sadie (ed.) (1992). The New Grove Dictionary of Opera, 2. London: Macmillan. ISBN 9781561592289. Credit: Kunstbibliothek, Berlin State Museum

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