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Delphil,
a WinBoard and UCI compliant chess engine written by Philippe Fabiani in Pascal using Delphi 7 [1] , first released in April 2004. Delphil started its life as Delphi port of Tom Kerrigan's TSCP, and in 2009, Delphil still owned about 80% of TSCP's code base with move generation and search almost identical. Most changes were done in evaluation, further a tranposition table, various extensions and null move pruning were added [2] . Delphil 3.2, released on September 28, 2014, applies a parallel search with up to 32 processors simultaneously, and is able to probe Nalimov Tablebases [3] .

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  1. ^ Embarcadero Delphi - Early Borland Years (1995-2004) - Wikipedia
  2. ^ Fabiani Philippe from blitzchess.fr by Eric Belot (French)
  3. ^ Delphil - home
  4. ^ Delphil 3.3b2 (2334) - Stockfish 030916 (3228), TCEC Season 9 - Rapid, Round 11, September 16, 2016

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