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Julien Marcel,
a French jurist, professor of law, and avocational computer chess programmer. He made first chess programming experiences in the early 90s, when he wrote a little chess program in Basic for the Commodore Amiga 500, applying the Minimax principle none recursively. Years later, he learned about Alpha-Beta from Paul Verhelst's chess programming pages [1], and in summer 2007 started to work on his UCI compatible engine Prédateur, written in Pascal using the Lazarus IDE along with its Free Pascal compiler [2]. Julien is active poster in Computer Chess Forums and served as moderator in CCC [3].

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  1. ^ Paul Verhelst's chess prgramming pages
  2. ^ Marcel Julien from blitzchess.fr (French)
  3. ^ Thank you! by Julien Marcel, CCC, August 08, 2012
  4. ^ David E. Welsh, Boris Baczynskyj (1985). Computer Chess II. William C Brown Publications, ISBN-13: 978-0697099112
  5. ^ Mac Chess Engines Repository hosted by Julien Marcel

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