Stephan's Chess Page
Correspondence Chess Grandmaster
ICCF Elo 2597
Chess playing automata fascinated people already in the first half of
the 19th century. The picture shows Baron Von Kempelen's chess turk, to be
operated by a player hidden inside. (The picture was donated by Don
Collins to Alan Cowderoy's Chess
See also a (not so) recent ChessBase
Chess in the Internet
Correspondence Chess Pages
Magazin published an interview in December 2010 with top Correspondence Chess Grandmaster Arno Nickel
on the future of correspondence chess, in particular with respect to
the use of chess engines. As often, a good combination of man and
machine is more successful than either alone. Read here (in German) ...
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Last changed on January 11, 2016.