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4th World Microcomputer Chess Championships, Glasgow 9th to 15th September 1984

World Microcomputer Chess Championships

4th World Microcomputer Chess Championships, Glasgow 9th to 15th September 1984

by World Microcomputer Chess Championships

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Published by (Scottish Chess Association) in (Glasgow) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement(organised by the Scottish Chess Association in co-operation with the International Computer Chess Association).
ContributionsScottish Chess Association., International Computer Chess Association.
The Physical Object
Pagination15p.
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19633251M

5th Annual World Collegiate Championships Here are details of the 5th Annual World Collegiate Championship (AWCC), organised by the International University WEICHI Federation (IUWF), the Shanghai Ing Chang-Ki Wei Chi Educational Foundation, the British Go Association and Cambridge University Go Society. The Nottingham chess tournament was a player round robin tournament held August 10–28 at the University of was one of the strongest of all time.. Dr. J. Hannak wrote in his biography of Emanuel Lasker that "when it comes to awarding the plum for 'the greatest chess tournament ever', in , the Nottingham Tournament was certainly just that".

4th May Age Concern Spring Allegro 27th April Olympiad – Scotland Teams. 26th April Aberdeen Congress 23rd April European Senior Team. 15th April Richardson / Spens / Campbell Rosebowl Final. 13th April Management Board Minutes – February 12th April SNCL FIDE Grading. 9th. Sunday 13th September Hamilton Junior Congress (Bothwell Bridge Hotel) Sunday 13th September Hamilton Adult Allegro (Bothwell Bridge Hotel) Both part of the Bothwell Scarecrow Festival) Sunday 27th Sept UK Delancey Chess Challenge West of Scotland Mega Final (qualifiers only) Venue Cambuslang Institute Greenlees Road Cambuslang.

Karpov's endgame Raymond Keene On 10 September the Karpov- Kasparov World Chess Cham- pionship commenced in Moscow. Karpov, 33, is slightly built, a model Soviet citizen, chairman of the Soviet Peace Fund and has received the Order of Lenin. Kasparov, 21, is half Armenian, half Jewish, outspoken, brash and unpredictable on and off the board. Their clash .   The $, world title candidates tournament starts in Moscow next Friday. Challenging for the global crown carries high prestige, and especially so for the two Americans in the eight-player field.


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4th World Microcomputer Chess Championships, Glasgow 9th to 15th September 1984 by World Microcomputer Chess Championships Download PDF EPUB FB2

World Microcomputer Chess Championship. From tothe ICCA/ICGA organized a separate cycle of championships limited to programs running on microprocessors. In the first three championships, the winners were dedicated chess computers, and then inRichard Lang's Psion program shared first place, running on an IBM PC under MS-DOS.

Reference to cite: World Microcomputer Chess Championship GLASGOWJulyParticipants and Results 4th World Microcomputer Chess Championship.

The match actually went intoso merging the articles prevents messy naming. Cons: Some (most?) sources speak of them as separate matches, e.g. Mark Weeks' chess pages and Raymond Keene's book on the match both number theand matches as the first, second and third Karpov-Kasparov matches respectively.

3 FIDE world champions – FIDE world champions – Classical world champions – Undisputed world champions –present. 4 Women's World Champions.

5 Related pages. Esteemed players before These players are included (preth century) on little more than opinion, and (18th century) on the basis. The 1st World Cadets Rapid and Blitz Chess Championships was held from th June in Minsk, Belarus. The championships were held in Palace of Sport, the same venue as the European Individual Chess Championship young chess players from 24 countries took part in the rapid event.

9th Broughton 3 0/8 1 board point. Primary 1st St Peters 2 (Schools team champions) 8/8 11 board points 2nd High School of Glasgow 8/8 10 board points 3rd St Peters 1 6/8 9 board points 4th NSCS 6/8 8½ board points 5th Holy Cross 1 6/8 8 board points 6th Glasgow Academy 6/8 7 board points 7th James Gillespie 5/8 7½ board points.

Computer chess. The 24th Computer Chess World Championship of the ICGA (International Computer Games Association) takes place this time in Stockholm and thus returns to its place of origin, because the very first World Computer Chess Championship took place in also in the Swedish capital.

The Longest Game: The Five Kasparov-Karpov Matches Timman chronicles the many twists and turns of this fascinating saga. On SeptemAnatoly Karpov and Garry Kasparov appeared on the stage of the Hall of Columns in Moscow for the first game of their match for the World Chess Championship.

CHESS Magazine – May Caruana Conquers: Fabiano wins Candidates and will face off against Carlsen for the World championship in November Magazine, 60 pages UK’s most popular CHESS Magazine – established.

All the regular features of the UK’s best-selling CHESS magazine plus more. In this issue: 60 Seconds. group representing glasgow in the cities world cup please join Glasgow Daily Matches Live Matches Live Tournaments Top Players Top Gifters Vote Chess Members Player Leaderboard Admins Super Admins.

Help Why Join. About Jobs Developers User Agreement. Thursday 9th - Sunday 12th July (to be confirmed) Chess Essentials and Howard Wood will be providing a full chess stall at the Scottish Championships. Dvd's, chess mugs, novelties, stationery, chess pens, badges, boards, key rings, DGT.

A group for those who live, work in or claim Glasgow by birth. Residents of close communities and expats are also welcome. This is an active matchplay group to. Home Page of the Glasgow Chess League website. Home League Details Results.

Organisation. Glasgow Montrose Chess Club will be reconvening for the season at pm on Thursday 20th September at the The Minerva Club, 59 Burnbank Terrace, Glasgow G20 6UQ.

Look forward to seeing you there. GLASGOW CHESS CONGRESS and sent to: Trevor Davies 19 Buchanan Street Milngavie G62 8AW Email: [email protected], Tel: or GRAND PRIX EVENTS Events will form part of the ChessBase Grand Prix and (where appropriate) Walter Munn Junior Grand Prix organised by Chess Scotland.

BYESFile Size: KB. Home Page of the Glasgow Chess League website Home League Details Results Organisation. History Committee. Downloads League Details. Contacts & Fixtures Online Handbook. Constitution & Rules of Play Results. Div 1. Div 2. Div 3a.

Div 3b. Rapidplay Archive. Div One. Div Two. Div Three. Div Four. Rapidplay. Magnus Carlsen, the World Chess Championship in New York and why 'smart is the new sexy' Alan Tyers 27 Novpm Battle of East vs West: 'Putin-backed prodigy' on brink of.

Magnus Carlsen will defend his World Championship title in London from Novemberbut first up is the Grand Chess Tour. He leads before the London Chess Classic season decider, but Maxime Vachier-Lagrave can force at least a playoff if he takes clear first. The main event starts on Friday at Google HQ, while in the Pro-Biz Cup the day before business figures are.

The Trades Hall in the centre of the Merchant City, Glasgow is confirmed as the venue for the Scottish Championships. The main tournament will be held in the Grand Hall with the weekenders being held in the Saloon on Saturday and Sunday.

The dates are 7th to 15th. 17th World Computer Chess Championship () chess tournament: games, players, results, crosstables, discussion forums, etc.

The US program Rybka won the 16th World Computer Chess Championship that was held in Beijing, China, a full point ahead of its nearest rival, the British program Hiarcs. Third, a point behind, was the Israeli program Junior, followed by Cluster Toga and then Shredder.

The hardware used in the event ranged from a core system to a Nokia cell phone.Ulster chess championshipsChess NI web site (report, pairings & results, 10 photos). Ulster Intermediate Championship Belfast (Maynard Sinclair Pavilion), August1st Cathan Gormley (Strand).

12 players, 6 rounds, 34 games (6 available).Glasgow Chess League Past Winners. LEAGUE ROLL OF CHAMPIONS Queens Park Glasgow Glasgow Athenaeum Central Central Glasgow No Shettleston .