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Sven Schüle,
a German computer scientist, freelance software developer and computer chess programmer. As a chess player [1] Sven started first chess programming activities in 1986, when he wrote some private chess programs for Atari ST and later PCs with Windows operating system. He is author of Chess Engine Communication Protocol compatible WinBoard chess engines Surprise, first released in June 2004 [2], KnockOut, released in June 2010 [3], and Jumbo, first released in September 2016 [4]. He further supported Michael Hoffmann with the development of Nemo [5], and is a frequent and competent poster in Computer Chess Forums. Sven is skeptic about the ICGA decision concerning Rybka in 2011 [6].

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References

  1. ^ Werner-von-Siemens-Gymnasium: Geschichte - Die 90er Jahre (German)
  2. ^ Surprise - A WinBoard Chess Engine
  3. ^ New engine: KnockOut 0.7 by Sven Schüle, CCC, June 04, 2010
  4. ^ New engine release: Jumbo by Sven Schüle, CCC, September 19, 2016
  5. ^ Nemo 1.0 Beta by Michael Hoffmann, CCC, January 12, 2012
  6. ^ Re: Crafty accused of copying Fruit PST by Sven Schüle, CCC, August 15, 2011
  7. ^ Lyapko George's WinBoard related page (outdated) by George Lyapko

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