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Tord Kallqvist Romstad,
a Norwegian chess and games programmer, author of the open source chess programs Glaurung [1], also available as iPhone chess program and since February 2014 as chess AI of Play Magnus [2], the didactic parallel search engine Viper [3], the former Gothmog, and the hexagonal chess program Scatha. Tord has also some interests in Shogi programming [4] [5]. In 2009 Tord joint forces with Marco Costalba and Joona Kiiski on Marco's initial branch of Glaurung's evolutionary tree called Stockfish [6].
Tord Romstad [7]

Photos

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Winners Chess960CWC 2005: Tord Romstad, Johannes Zwanzger, Volker Böhm and Ralf Schäfer [8]

Forum Posts

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References

  1. ^ glaurungchess.com
  2. ^ Re: Play Magnus: official App with Chess Engine by Tord Romstad, CCC, February 26, 2014
  3. ^ Viper by Tord Romstad
  4. ^ Some thoughts on computer Shogi by Tord Romstad, January 15, 2007
  5. ^ The Universal Shogi Interface, draft 1 (2007-01-24)
  6. ^ Re: Stockfish - Glaurung by Tord Romstad, WBEC-Ridderkerk forum, September 05, 2009
  7. ^ Tord Romstad during World Chess Championship 2014 in Norwegian TV, Capture from German ZDF Sportreportage, November 23, 2014, with excerpts from the broadcast
  8. ^ Aronian gewinnt FINet-Chess960-Turnier, ChessBase Nachrichten, August 13, 2005 (German)
  9. ^ World Chess Championship 2014 after Game 11, November 23, 2014 and Carlsen retained the title, Dagbladet TV, moderated by Simon Nitsche with Einar Gausel and Sheila Barth Sahl
  10. ^ Re: Video : How do modern chess engines work ? by Hermann Krause, CCC, April 12, 2016

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