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In english the name is written Fritz


Fritz is a chess engine and chess program developed by Frans Morsch and Mathias Feist.

Originally in the early 80s, Morsch and Ed Schröder, decided to team up and produced a chess program together. In the early nineties Morsch was asked by the German company "Chessbase", to write the software for the Fritz chess programs. In 1995, Fritz 3 won the World Championships in Hong Kong, surprisingly beating a prototype version of Deep Blue due to Fritz's better opening book.

The latest version of the consumer product is Fritz 9. In 2002, a version of Fritz specifically designed for multi-processing, Deep Fritz, drew the Brains in Bahrain match against Vladimir Kramnik 4 - 4. In November 2003, X3D Fritz, a version of the program with a 3D interface, drew a four-game match against Garry Kasparov.

Fritz should play another match against Vladimir Kramnik at the end of 2006.

On the 2006 june 8 SSDF rating list, Fritz 9.0 is placed fifth with a rating of 2812.


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File last modified on 2016-5-11
Contributor : devassal thibault

See also this article on Wikipedia : Fritz

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