Luigino Viscione Chess Page
Dimitri - ECE - FCCG

last page update : 05/07/2019 - Dimitri 5.1.0 released
!!! Please Note !!! a configuration file with incorrect default settings for Dimitri 5.1.0 and WB2UCI.eng has been loaded until 05/07/2019 11:20 AM Italian Time! the version with the correct parameters is online from 05/07/2019 at 11:30 AM (Italian time) !!!

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dimitri - ece - fccg

Dimitri Chess Engine
version 5.1.0 - 05/07/2019

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    VB6 32Bit WinBoard 2.1 Protocol

    With the help of Stefano Gemma, author of various engines and one of the best Italian software developer for companies, the search and evaluation function has been significantly improved. Now Dimitri is more stable than previous versions.

The zip file contains engine with small book and config file, The WB2UCI files (DimitriUCI.exe) and new logo

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Winboard 4.8.0

VB6 RunTime

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---Dimitri (C) 2001-2019 Luigino Viscione---

ECE Chess Engine
Version 19.6.6.3 - 30/03/2019

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64Bit UCI Chess Engine (SSE4.2)

CPU Load info removed for bug and HashTable BugFix

(If You look for a 32bit versione download old version)

The zip file contains engine with book and the new logo

 

download

Winboard 4.8.0

old version package

More Info

---ECE (C) 2004-2019 Luigino Viscione---

FCCG
FCCG TOURNAMENTS AND live match

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(Site is in Italian Language)

  • Live Games with two Live Board
  • FCCG Live Tournaments
  • Live Chess Engine Test
  • FCCG Rating List

FCCG Tournament, Live Game, test and rating list is made for my personal enjoyment, but I'm happy to share everything with You!

 

enter FCCG

---FCCG (c) 2017-2019 Luigino Viscone---

Info About me.

Something of My simple story

Luigino Viscione

I was born in Rome on 18 January 1980.

My passion for computers has been born since the age of 8 years. I often watched my father Antonio play Sargon II on Commodore VIC 20 for full nights.

My first contact with the computer chess was in 2001 and after in 2003 with the G-S.E.I. (an italian group of people dedicated to chess programming) and I was guided by Luca Dormio, author of LarsenVB.

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