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Patzer was a chess program written by Werner Koch and Thomas Schäfer, which played two World Microcomputer Chess Championships, the WMCCC 1990 [1] and WMCCC 1991 [2]. The program is described as conventional, with positional scores up to two pawns, selective extensions for two plies beyond the full-width search, and including check extensions. There are specific rules for pawn endgames .

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References

  1. ^ Thomas Mally (1990). The 10th World Microcomputer Chess Championship. ICCA Journal, Vol. 13, No. 4
  2. ^ Don Beal (1991). Report on the 11th World Microcomputer Chess Championship. ICCA Journal, Vol. 14, No. 2

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