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The joy of computer chess. King's Indian: A Quantitative Analysis of the Opening. from the Program Conceived by David Levy, Kevin O'Connell, and David Watt (95P). Anatoly Karpov, David . All About Chess and Computers. Monroe Newborn, David . Computer Chess Compendium. English Opening a Quantitative Analysis. The Sicilian Defence, 1982.
David Neil Laurence Levy (born 14 March 1945) is an English International Master of chess and a businessman. He is noted for his involvement with computer chess and artificial intelligence, and as the founder of the Computer Olympiads and the Mind Sports Olympiads. He has written more than 40 books on chess and computers. Levy was born in London and went to Queen Elizabeth's School, Barnet. He won the London Junior Chess Championship in 1965 and 1966. He won the Scottish Chess Championship in 1968
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Levy is a chess writer and founder of the International Computer Games Association, an organisation that .
Levy is a chess writer and founder of the International Computer Games Association, an organisation that organises various tournaments and competitions for chess engines. It was at this conference in 1968 that Levy met John McCarthy, who we were introduced to earlier in this series. Levy though continued to play exhibition matches against computers well into the 80s, and for 21 years after his original bet with McCarthy, he remained undefeated until 1989 when he lost to Deep Thought at a match in London hosted by the British Computer Society.
Levy, David and Newborn, Monroe, More Chess and Computers: The Microcomputer Revolution, The Challenge Match, Computer Science Press, Potomac, Maryland, and Batsford, London, 1980. Computer Gamesmanship: Elements of Intelligent Game Design, by David Levy, 1983, Simon & Schuster, ISBN 0-671-49532-1. The Chess Computer Handbook ISBN 0-7134-4220-4. Heuristic Programming in Artificial Intelligence (with D. F. Beal), 1989.
More chess and computers: The microcomputer revolution, the challenge match (Computer chess series) David N. L Levy 1980 . L Levy 1980 Hardcover. U. of M. call number: Sci GV 1318 L483 1980. More Chess and Computers: The Microcomputer Revolution, the Challenge Match, Belle : 1978-80 David N. L. Levy 01 September, 1982 Paperback. This is the same book in paperback. How Computers Play Chess David Levy et al. 01 August, 1990 Paperback.
Home People David Levy. David Neil Lawrence Levy, (born 1945 in London) a Scottish International Master chess player (IM Title 1969), Bachelor of Science in Pure Maths, Physics and Statistics, renowned computer chess expert and promoter, tournament organizer, businessman, and until August 2019 president of the ICGA, the International Computer Games Association. David Levy authored and co-authored an enormous number of articles and books on Chess, Computer Chess and AI-Topics
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