Pages with information on programming techniques for software that plays chess, analyzes chess, etc.
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The Anatomy of Chess Programs
An introduction to how computers play chess.
The Beowulf Chess Engine Homepage
Beowulf Chess Engine was used in the world-record holding ChessBrain project. The instructive source code for the engine is open and free to download.
Chess Programming Wiki
The Chess Programming Wiki is a repository of information about programming computers to play chess.
Blog that follows the creation of a free chess engine, game downloads, and a C# chess engine starter kit.
Chessopolis: Computer Chess
Links to programming tutorials and freeware chess engines.
Computer chess engine tournament called Open War.
Gray Matter Chess Engine
Gray Matter is a pedagogical chess engine, written in C++, using an MTD(f) move search and rotated BitBoards, and running under XBoard and WinBoard.
Introduction to Chess Programming
Short and brief introduction to Chess programming, providing basic methods of how computers play chess.
Computer Chess blog that documents a creation of an open source Java Chess engine.
OnJava.com Article on BitBoards
Article about bitboards implemented in Java.
The Rebel Chess Program
Information about the Rebel chess program. Also includes a section on chess programming and theory.
Popular message board discussing anything and everything relating to Computer Chess Programming. Registration required.
Tim Mann's Chess Pages
Tim Mann's chess pages, author of XBoard and WinBoard user interfaces.
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