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Raubfisch X37e2 wins JCER Test Tournament, 2018.03.12 - 2018.03.13



Temp 3' + 3" Hardware: Intel Core i3-3217U CPU 3,9 GB Memory , Windows 10 x64
112 Tournament games, GUI-Arena 3.5.1161.651 JCER games,  until 31.12.2016
 
74.374 JCER games (from 01.01.2017) Book: Perfect 2017,   Table created: Scid vs PC





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