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Eugene V. Nalimov,
a Russian computer scientist and chess programmer, M.Sc. from Novosibirsk State University. Eugene actually lives and works in the United States as Microsoft employee as member of the team in developing the Visual C++ compiler.

Eugene is author of the chess program Siberian Chess and eponym of the Nalimov endgame tablebases. Besides that, Eugene also contributes as an author of several Bitscan routines [1] and of course as optimization expert for the Microsoft Visual C compiler [2].
Eugene Nalimov [3]


Eugene Nalimov as winner of the ChessBase Best-Publication Award and Guest of Honor at the 7th Computer Olympiad Workshop, during his Invited Lecture on Chess Endgame Tablebases, Maastricht, July 8, 2002 [4]
Schoolboys listening to what ...

Nalimov says about ...

Stefan Meyer-Kahlen, Rudolf Huber, Levente Kocsis, Frans Morsch,
Johan de Koning and Jan Krabbenbos

... Chess Endgame Tablebases

Selected Publications

Forum Posts

Nalimov Tablebases

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External Links


  1. ^ Nalimov: bsf/bsr intrinsics implementation still not optimal by Dezhi Zhao, CCC, September 22, 2004
  2. ^ About compiler optimizations by Frédéric Louguet, CCC, December 19, 2002
  3. ^ Photo from Las tablas de finales por dentro ChessBase espanola
  4. ^ Eugene Nalimov: Winner of the ChessBase Award and Guest of Honor in Maastricht by Eric van Reem, ChessBase Events, July 9, 2002 (archived)

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