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Steinitz,
a family of chess programs written Larry Atkin in 6502 assembly, distributed as modules for the Great Game Machine by Applied Concepts and the compatible Chafitz Modular Game System.
Wilhelm Steinitz [1]

Steinitz Edition 4

The Steinitz Edition appeared end of 1982 as successor and replacement for the Morphy module [2] . It was derived from the Capablanca endgame module, adapted to play also middlegame and opening and likely is related to Chess 7.0 [3] .

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Steinitz 4 [4]

Steinitz Box [5]

Steinitz Encore

In 1983/1984 the Steinitz Encore was announced but never originally released. Existing models were either prototypes or later self-constructions [6] [7] .

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References

  1. ^ Wilhelm Steinitz from Wikipedia
  2. ^ Chafitz Steinitz Edition from Schachcomputer.info Wiki (German)
  3. ^ Frank Sommers (1983). Chess 7.0. (evaluation). Creative Computing, Vol. 9, No. 9, pp. 176
  4. ^ Flickr - Fotosharing | Steinitz 4 With Special Keyboard Overlay by Chewbanta
  5. ^ Flickr - Fotosharing | Steinitz Box by Chewbanta
  6. ^ Chafitz Steinitz Encore Edition Electronic Chess Computer from The Spacious Mind
  7. ^ Chafitz Steinitz Encore from Schachcomputer.info Wiki (German)

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