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PostSubject: This is about the question which program is Ed Schröders best / strongest engine   This is about the question which program is Ed Schröders best / strongest engine EmptyFri Feb 12, 2021 7:39 pm

Ed Schröder has done many 6502 computer chess engines.

To name a few:

Rebel Amsterdam 1985 (Rebel Mystery Module)
REBEL 5.0
MM4
MM5
Mephisto Monte Carlo IV
Mephisto Academy
Mephisto Polgar
Mephisto Milano
Rebel Portoroz 1989
Mephisto Nigel Short
Mephisto Mega IV
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The master question is: which one is the strongest...
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My guess is that there will be a strong correlation between date of release and strength.

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PostSubject: Re: This is about the question which program is Ed Schröders best / strongest engine   This is about the question which program is Ed Schröders best / strongest engine EmptyFri Feb 12, 2021 8:43 pm

TheSelfImprover wrote:
My guess is that there will be a strong correlation between date of release and strength.

And thus the Nigel Short bounce

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TheSelfImprover wrote:
My guess is that there will be a strong correlation between date of release and strength.

I don’t subscribe 100% to this. But let’s see
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We will research on this topic soon....
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