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Steven A
10-23-2005
Good luck with the site. I'm an amatuerish player who regularly plays against such old (emulated) computers as the Commodore 64 and Pet, Flex 6809.

Ismenio
10-29-2005
Hi All, I was reading all the info here and found it very helpful! I collect chess computers and would like to get in touch with others who enjoy these machines! Regards, Ismenio www.ChessComputers.org www.ismenio.com/forum

Bill MoFredrick
12-01-2005
Hi! I also enjoy chess computers. I am acctuclly quite bad at chess itself, but I find the machines fascinating.

dude
01-20-2006
well i played against the king of england

dude
01-20-2006
why cant we play the game on this site

tenesha
01-30-2006
why dont you explain the game better for those who cant read as well as you advantce people.

RaShonda
03-30-2006
I have really learned alot from this website.

richard
04-05-2006
does anyone own a chess program called sargon 3 for the macantosh system?might have been made in 1985 email me back

Jesse
05-04-2006
The "best chess Player in the world" Has a name. It is Gary Kasparov. He beat Deep Blue two games in six, drawing a third and ultimately resigning the match with honor; something a computer doesn't have. He had to rely on intuition (something else a machine Doesn't have), while the computer had the advantage of pure logic well beyond the capabilities of any human. That a human could beat deep blue at all is a testament to the human spirit. Your failure to credit Kasparov at all is uncouth and smarmy, how dare you? 3cheers for the humans!RAH RAH RAH!

Eric Larochelle
05-24-2006
Does someone own a computer chess board called "Fidelity electronics" "Classic"? I lost the instructions booklet. I could pay you for a copy of this booklet. Please, contact me if you have it. Thank you!

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