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ChessMachine,
a chess playing entity by TASC, extending an IBM PC with a pluggable ISA card containing an ARM2 RISC processor and RAM from 128 KiB up to 1 MiB, to upload and run two bundled chess programs, either Gideon by Ed Schöder, the World Microcomputer Chess Champion of the WMCCC 1991 and as Chessmachine WK the World Computer Chess Champion of the WCCC 1992 [1], and The King by Johan de Koning. The PC had its own control program, and a GUI to interact with the machine, both developed by TASC developer Marc Derksen. The ChessMachine was manufactured and sold between 1991 and 1995 as RISC successor of The Final Chesscard.
ChessMachine [2], World Champion 1992 [3]

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  1. ^ World Champion by Ed Schöder
  2. ^ TASC ChessMachine from Schachcomputer.info Wiki
  3. ^ 7th World Computer Chess Championship

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