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Treebeard,
a multi-platform, commercial chess program developed by Jeff Rollason, supported by Didzis Cirulis. Treebeard, an AI Factory product, applies a complex Swapping Off Material Analyzer (SOMA) of the whole board, also considering pins and ties to defend against captures, forks and even mate threats, similar as descibed in Rollason's SUPER-SOMA approach for Shogi [1], which guides a probability-based tree search. Treebeard comes with an optional 3D Board as version of Chess for the PC, and is currently the chess engine used by Microsoft for their MSN Chess [2] [3]. Further, Treebeard is incorporated in AI Factory's Chess Free for Android [4].
Treebeard and Hobbits [5]

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References

  1. ^ Jeff Rollason (2000). SUPER-SOMA - Solving Tactical Exchanges in Shogi without Tree Searching. CG 2000, Word preprint
  2. ^ AI Factory Chess Treebeard
  3. ^ Chess - MSN Games - Free Online Games
  4. ^ Free Chess program in Android by Fernando Villegas, CCC, December 03, 2014
  5. ^ "Treebeard and Hobbits" by Tom Loback, from Ent from Wikipedia

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