Shredder wins the Computer World Championship

11/30/2003 – A win in the second rapid chess playoff game against Fritz brought Shredder the title of Computer Chess World Champion 2003. At the same time the International Computer Games Association is pleased to announce that the next world championship will be held in July 2004 in Israel. Flash report...

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Round 1 – Nov 22, 2003
 Diep  Quark
1-0
 List  Shredder
0-1
 Chinito  Jonny
0-1
 Nexus  Parsos
draw
 Fritz  Falcon
1-0
 Hossa  Deep Sjeng
0-1
 Deep Junior  Ruy Lopez
0-1
 Green Light  Brutus
0-1
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Round 2 – Nov 23, 200
 Deep Sjeng  Fritz
0-1
 Jonny  Nexus
draw
 Quark  List
0-1
 Falcon  Hossa
1-0
 Parsos  Deep Junior
0-1
 Shredder  Diep
1-0
 Brutus  Ruy Lopez
1-0
 Green Light  Chinito
1-0
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Round 3 – Nov 23, 200
 Fritz  Shredder
1-0
 Jonny  Brutus
0-1
 Chinito  Parsos
1-0
 Diep  Falcon
draw
 Nexus  Deep Sjeng
0-1
 Ruy Lopez  Green Light
0-1
 Deep Junior  List
1-0
 Hossa  Quark
0-1
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Round 4 – Nov 24, 2003
 Quark  Chinito
0-1
 List  Nexus
1-0
 Falcon  Jonny
1-0
 Brutus  Fritz
1-0
 Parsos  Hossa
1-0
 Shredder  Green Light
1-0
 Deep Sjeng  Deep Junior
0-1
 Ruy Lopez  Diep
0-1
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Round 5 – Nov 25, 2003
 Nexus  Quark
0-1
 Deep Junior  Fritz
draw
 Shredder  Brutus
1-0
 Jonny  Parsos
1-0
 Hossa  Ruy Lopez
1-0
 Diep  Deep Sjeng
draw
 Green Light  Falcon
1-0
 Chinito  List
0-1
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Round 6 – Nov 26, 2003
 Quark  Parsos
draw
 Deep Sjeng  Jonny
+–
 Fritz  Diep
1-0
 Brutus  Junior
0-1
 Hossa  Nexus
–/+
 Falcon  Shredder
0-1
 List  Green Light
draw
 Ruy Lopez  Chinito
0-1
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Round 7 – Nov 26, 2003
 Green Light  Fritz
0-1
 Parsos  Falcon
1-0
 Nexus  Ruy Lopez
1-0
 Junior  Shredder
draw
 Jonny  Quark
0-1
 Chinito  Deep Sjeng
1-0
 Diep  Hossa
1-0
 List  Brutus
draw
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Round 8 – Nov 27, 2003
 Brutus  Diep
1-0
 Fritz  List
1-0
 Shredder  Chinito
1-0
 Ruy Lopez  Parsos
0-1
 Hossa  Jonny
0-1
 Falcon  Nexus
0-1
 Quark  Junior
0-1
 Deep Sjeng  Green Light
0-1
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Round 9 – Nov 28, 2003
 Nexus  Fritz
0-1
 Falcon  Brutus
0-1
 Green Light  Deep Junior
0-1
 Diep  Jonny
1-0
 Shredder  Quark
1-0
 Parsos  Deep Sjeng
1-0
 Chinito  Hossa
1-0
 Ruy Lopez  List (disqual)
1-0
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Round 10 – Nov 29, 2003
 Deep Junior  Diep
1-0
 Parsos  Shredder
0-1
 Ruy Lopez  Falcon
0-1
 Brutus  Nexus
1-0
 Fritz  Chinito
1-0
 Deep Sjeng  Quark
0-1
 Jonny  Green Light
draw
 Hossa  List (disqual)
1-0
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Round 11 – Nov 29, 2003
 Fritz  Parsos
1-0
 Shredder  Jonny
1-0
 Chinito  Deep Junior
0-1
 Green Light  Hossa
1-0
 Quark  Brutus
0-1
 Diep  Nexus
0-1
 Deep Sjeng  Ruy Lopez
1-0
 Falcon  List (disqual)
1-0
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Playoff – Nov 30, 2003
 Shredder  Fritz
draw
 Fritz  Shredder
0-1
   
   
   
   
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Final Standings


ICGA
INTERNATIONAL COMPUTER GAMES ASSOCIATION

9, Springfield Avenue,
London N10 3SU,
England.

Telephone: +44 (0) 208 883 5180
e-mail: dlevy@msoworld.com

David Levy - President

Graz, Austria.
November 30th 2003

12th World Computer Chess Championship at the
Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan, Israel, July 4th-12th 2004

The ICGA is delighted to announce that today we have signed a contract with Bar-Ilan University, Israel, for them to host the 2004 World Computer Chess Championship.

The planning of this event has been in progress for some time and every effort is being made to ensure that the particpants will enjoy their visit to Israel. The ICGA will provide $300 in financial assistance to 12 amateur programmers to assist them with the cost of their air tickets.

An excursion to Jerusalem will be arranged by the ICGA during the event. There will also be ample opportunity for participants to enjoy themselves during the evenings as the games will start earlier than at previous events.

In parallel with the World Computer Chess Championship the ICGA will be organising the 9th Computer Olympiad and the 4th International Conference, CG 2004 on Computers and Games, both of which will also take place at Bar-Ilan University. The call for papers for the conference will be made public not later than December 8th.

The event will be supported, amongst others, by the City of Ramat-Gan, Intel Israel, Israel’s Ministry of Tourism and Mercury Interactive.

David Levy
[President]


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