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LL Chess,
a chess program with focus on solving mates written by Leonid Liberman in x86 assembly to run under DOS, last modified in May 2001, still in it's beta stage [1]. LL Chess represents the board as plain 8x8 mailbox. The search uses several brute-force and selective layers.

Positional Logic

The so called positional logic, the logic of material exchange between the two sides takes following point values into account, as given in Leonid's Chess Introduction [2].
Piece
Score
Pawn
2000
Knight
4800
Bishop
4825
Rook
9100
Queen
18000
King
80000

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References

  1. ^ LL Chess Game - End of the World Production, LLC.
  2. ^ Chess Introduction by Leonid Liberman

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