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PicoChess,
a dedicated chess computer project developed and maintained by Jean-Francois Romang, followed by Shivkumar Shivaji and more recently by Jürgen Précour [1] . The computer is based on the Raspberry Pi or similar ARM boards, the Stockfish engine, and the DGT Board and DGT clock. Further, PicoChess also targets x86 based destop PCs, to run not only Stockfish but any UCI compliant engine. PicoChess is Free software licensed under the GPLv3, and uses python-chess by Niklas Fiekas [2] to handle chess rules, opening books, and PGN files [3] . The display of the digital chess clock acts as output device of a command line interface.

Photos

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PicoChess with DGT Board [4]

Engines

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See also


Postings

2012 ...

2015 ...


External Links


References

  1. ^ Overview - PicoChess by LocutusOfPenguin
  2. ^ niklasf/python-chess · GitHub
  3. ^ Free Software — PicoChess 0.24 documentation
  4. ^ PicoChess by Jean-Francois Romang
  5. ^ Usage — PicoChess 0.9 documentation - Choosing the engine
  6. ^ DGT Clocks : DGT 3000 (WCC in Sochi was using this clock) | | DGT Web Shop

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