Participants 22nd Open Dutch
Computer-Chess Championship
19, 20, 26, 27 Oct. 2002;  Leiden, Netherlands

Participants
Name Hardware Programmers/designers Place
Chess Tiger AMD 1800+ MHz, 512MB Christophe Théron,
Jeroen Noomen (book+oper.),
Gosier, Guadeloupe(F)
Apeldoorn, NL
Diep Dual AMD MP1900 (1600  MHz), 512MB Vincent Diepeveen (prog.),
M. Arturo Ochoa (book)
Veenendaal, NL
Venezuela
Warp Pentium 4, 2500 MHz, 512 MB. Peter McKenzie
Jan Louwman (oper.)
New Zealand,
Rotterdam, NL
IsiChess X AMD XP2100, 512 MB Gerd Isenberg Hattingen, Germany
The King AMD XP2200 (1800 MHz) Johan de Koning,
Cock de Gorter (book)
Delft, NL
The Hague, NL
XiniX AMD XP2000, 512MB Tony van Roon-Werten
Elke van Roon (oper.)
Eindhoven, NL
Insomniac Pentium 4, 2500 MHz, 512MB James Robertson,
Josef Zwinger (book),
John van der Hoeven (oper)
Riverside CA, USA
Austria,
Rotterdam, NL
Ant Pentium 4, 2530 MHz Tom Vijlbrief,
Albrecht Heeffer(test),
Hans Secelle (book+oper.)
Baarn, NL,
Schelderode, Belgium
Tao AMD 1600+, 256MB Bas Hamstra (prog),
Cock de Gorter (book)
Groningen, NL
The Hague, NL
GoldBar-C AMD 2200+, 512MB Bart Goldhoorn and Joost Buijs (prog.), Edwin Bakker (oper.) Almere, NL
Deep Sjeng (1 proc.!) AMD 1800 (1530 MHz) Gian-Carlo Pascutto Gent, Belgium
The Baron Dual AMD MP2000+, 1000MB Richard Pijl (prog.)
Carlos Pesce (book),
Roger Brown (tester),
Teteringen, NL
Argentinië,
Jamaica!
ZZZZZZ Pentium 3, 500MHz, 256MB Gijsbert Wiesenekker Huizen, NL
Shark Pentium 3, 1000MHz, 256MB Sander de Zoete Dedemsvaart, NL
31337 / Celes AMD XP1700+, 512MB Johan Hutting (prog)
Marcel Veldhuizen (oper)
Leeuwarden, NL
Djenghis Pentium 4, 2500MHz, 256MB Jan Kaan (prog.+book),
Marcel van Kervinck (basisprog. MSCP)
The Hague, NL

"The King" is an experimental version of "ChessMaster"
Marcel van Kervinck is not involved in the current development of Djenghis.
Theo, 29 okt. 2002