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Frederic Alois Friedel,
a German graduate linguist, science-, chess- and computer chess journalist, in 1986 with game database developer Matthias Wüllenweber co-founder and participator of ChessBase [1]. With his fellow Dieter Steinwender, Frederic Friedel was publisher and editor of Computerschach und Spiele, from the first edition in 1983 until 2004.

In the late 70s and early 80s, Friedel featured computer chess in the German television, for instance the match of David Levy versus Chess 4.8, with Volker Arzt, ZDF 1979 [2]. Friedel has close relations with world's top chess players [3], and was member of Kasparov's team during his match versus Deep Blue in 1997 [4].

Frederic Friedel [5]

Photos

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Belle vs CHAOS, WCCC 1980, Thompson, Friedel, Berman [6], Swartz, Donskoy [7]

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Thompson, Friedel, Condon, Slate, and Blanchard, WCCC 1983, Nuchess-Belle 1-0 [8]

See also


Selected Publications

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1979

1980 ...

1990 ...

2000 ...


ChessBase

2005 ...

2010 ...

2015 ...

2016
2017

Spiegel


External Links


References

  1. ^ Christmas dinner on a train – meet the ChessBase team from ChessBase News December 23, 2003
  2. ^ ZDF: IM David Levy 1979 gegen Chess 4.8 from schach-computer wiki
  3. ^ Bobby sei Dank, Der Spiegel 47/1985, November 18, 1985, (German) pdf
  4. ^ Garry Kasparov vs. Deep Blue Multimedia Report by Frederic Friedel from ChessBase Daily Chess Columns
  5. ^ Frederic Friedel from Wikipedia
  6. ^ Militärischer Wert Der Spiegel 24/1982, pdf (German)
  7. ^ Photo by Monroe Newborn from The Computer History Museum
  8. ^ Photo Thompson, Friedel, Condon, Slate, and Blanchard at the 4th World Computer Chess Championship in New York City, New York 1983 - Gift of Monroe Newborn from The Computer History Museum
  9. ^ ICGA Reference Database (pdf)
  10. ^ CSVN supplement site 3
  11. ^ Ars Electronica 1980
  12. ^ Publication Archive 1984 from Chess Computer UK by Mike Watters
  13. ^ Saitek Renaissance from Schachcomputer.info Wiki
  14. ^ CeBIT, Hannover 1991 - 365Chess.com Tournaments
  15. ^ ACC '99: Scientific Program
  16. ^ Cheating in chess from Wikipedia
  17. ^ How fast was the Cray? by Sean Evans, CCC, September 23, 2016
  18. ^ World Chess Championship 2013 - Wikipedia

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