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♕♞ A modern laptop that will be designed only for chess engine tests costs (with software) about $ 1000-1200 (4200-4500 PLN). We will no longer invest private money, and chess engine testing costs are big. That is why we are starting the collection for the purchase of a laptop for testing.

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Saturday, August 13, 2016

Chess engine TuxedoCat 0.0.1 (Winboard protocol)

About

TuxedoCat is a chess engine. I am developing it as a hobby; it isn't crazy awesome like Crafty or Stockfish. The main purpose is simply the entertainment value of creating a moderately complex system which does something more or less impressive. TuxedoCat is compatible with version 2 of the Winboard protocol.

Technical Goals

TuxedoCat is written in C++. The intention is to stick with standard C++ as much as possible to facilitate portability. Simplicity and readability are also priorities, hence there are no classes or other object-oriented programming overhead.


TuxedoCat - winboard chess engine

Author- Nathan McCrina










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