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Anubis,
a private WinBoard compliant chess engine by José Carlos Martínez Galán, its development started in 2003 as successor of Averno. Anubis is a bitboard engine, and in its first version generated sliding piece attacks using Kogge-Stone-like algorithms [1]. Completely re-written in 2012 [2], Anubis played some private tournaments by Sergio Martinez [3].
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  1. ^ Re: Attack table by Jose Carlos, Winboard Forum, October 07, 2004
  2. ^ Re: Ponder=on in cutechess-cli? by José C. Martínez Galán, CCC, April 04, 2012
  3. ^ Spain Individual Championship by Sergio Martinez, CCC, October 22, 2012
  4. ^ Anubis, the jackal headed god of Ancient Egypt, Image by Jeff Dahl, December 21, 2007, CC BY-SA 4.0, based on New Kingdom tomb paintings, in Richard H. Wilkinson (2003). The complete gods and goddesses of ancient Egypt. Thames & Hudson, Wikimedia Commons, Anubis from Wikipedia

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