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Robert Arnstein,
an American electrical engineer, computer scientist, and early chess and game [1] programmer. Robert Arnstein is author of 8080 Chess [2], a chess program for S-100 bus microcomputers, consisted of the pins of the Intel 8080 run out onto the backplane. 8080 Chess was the first microcomputer to participate in an ACM North American Computer Chess Championship, the ACM 1977 [3]. Robert Arnstein has an own ICGA tournament page, but with no program mentioned (so far) [4].

Along with Richard Arnstein, Robert was executive of the companies Device Oriented Games, Inc. (January 1979) [5] in its early stage focused on developing adventure games for the TRS-80 market [6] [7] , and in 1993 Rhotech Labs, L.C. [8].

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References

  1. ^ Robert Arnstein from MobyGames
  2. ^ Processor Technology 8080 CHESS User's Manual. pdf, pdf
  3. ^ A Memorial to BRUTE FORCE by Louis Kessler
  4. ^ Robert Arnstein's ICGA Tournaments
  5. ^ Device Oriented Games, Inc. Company Profile - Located in Dallas, TX - Richard Arnstein, Robert Arnstein
  6. ^ Xenos facts - Freebase
  7. ^ Haunted House (1979) | Renga in Blue
  8. ^ Rhotech Labs, L.C. Company Profile - Located in Dallas, TX - Richard Arnstein, Robert Arnstein

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