Torneio entre computadores.
Membros da equipa
|Chess, 1999, Paderborn||30||3.5||7
|MChess 7.0||Chess, 1997, Paris||34||7.0||11
|MChess Pro 5.0||Chess, 1995, Paderborn||World Microcomputer Chess Champion||34||8.0||11
|MChess Pro X||Chess, 1993, Munich||28||5.5||9
|MChess Pro||Chess, 1992, Madrid||22||2.5||5
|Chess, 1991, Vancouver||15||5.5||7
Description given in 1999:
This is the latest version of M-Chess Professional which has many computer chess achievements including First Place in the 1995 World Micro-computer Championship and beating three grandmasters in one event at Aegon, 1995. This program uses comprehensive evaluations, and unique algorithms to detect long-range tactics. It has a dynamic playing style and is known for its exciting play and excellent results against strong human opponents.