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Houdini's Amazing Comeback     
2 months, 6 days ago

Only three of 30 participants in the 25th Engine Masters Rapid Tournament played all their games with the new Houdini engine, but one of them made the difference!
All-time Engine Masters Table Nov. 2016     
2 months, 26 days ago

Who are the most successful and most active engine players in rapid chess? Look up here.
Izanagi's One Man Show     
3 months, 19 days ago

The 24th Engine Masters Tournament had two clear cut stages: round 1-6, when seven players achieved at least one win, as shown in our progress table. After that it was a one man's show by Izanagi (Jitan Stribal)...
Victorious' Comeback     
4 months, 30 days ago

For a long time, 21 tournaments, Victorious (Gerrit Hoogeven), enjoyed the unofficial title "All-time Engine Master", although it had been a long way back since he won his last Engine Masters tournament.
Paul Overtaking HitmanOp on the Home Stretch     
6 months, 8 days ago

The start-up of the tournament looked very promising with 12 decided games in the first two rounds. 9 players had a positive score then. Yet, some rounds later just the opposite happened...
Dead Heat at the 21st Engine Masters     
7 months, 12 days ago

The 21st Engine Masters rapid tour was the toughest ever. Not only because of the 81,8 % draw rate, but also as we could not find a clear winner.
Soloman or KingSlayer ?     
8 months, 16 days ago

The Engine Masters Special on May 29 proved to be a duel between two of the highest rated players: Soloman or KingSlayer?
All-time Engine Masters Table II (20)     
9 months, 1 day ago

Who are the most successful and most active engine players in rapid chess? Look up here...
Superman(s) On EM Mission     
9 months, 14 days ago

For a long time Mark Sabu alias Deepthroat was best known as Freestyle Chess Champion, but not as engine player. He didn't even participate in the first 6 Engine Masters. Then he started to focuss on that too...
New Trends in the 19th Engine Masters     
10 months, 11 days ago

"Those were the days, my friend" - when the Queen's pawn had the privilege to open up the game.

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