Participants 24th Open Dutch
Computer-Chess Championship
16, 17, 23, 24 Oct. 2004; Leiden, Netherlands

List of Participants
Name Hardware Programmers/designers Place
Chess Tiger AMD Athlon 2800+ MHz, 512MB Christophe Théron (prog.),
Jeroen Noomen (book+oper)
Gosier, Guadeloupe(F)
Apeldoorn, NL
Pro Deo AMD Athlon 64, 3000+, 512MB Ed Schröder (prog.),
Jeroen Noomen (book),
Hans van der Zijden (oper)
Deventer, NL
Apeldoorn, NL,
Duivendrecht, NL
The King AMD XP2200+ (1800 MHz), 512 MB Johan de Koning Delft, NL
Diep Quad Opteron 2000 MHz (remote *) Vincent Diepeveen Veenendaal, NL
IsiChess MMX AMD Athlon 64, 3400+, 1 GB Gerd Isenberg Hattingen, Germany
Deep Sjeng Pentium Mobile, 1700 MHz, 1 GB Gian-Carlo Pascutto (prog)
Jeroen Noomen (book),
Elke Van Vlierberghe (oper)
Gent, Belgium

Apeldoorn, NL
Kallisto II AMD XP 3000, 1500 MB Bart Weststrate Wormerveer, NL
The Baron Dual AMD MP2000+, 1GB Richard Pijl (prog.)
Carlos Pesce (book)
Teteringen, NL
Argentina
Tao Pentium Mobile 1400 MHz, 512 MB Bas Hamstra Groningen, NL
XiniX dubbel Dual AMD 2600+ Tony van Roon-Werten
Elke van Roon (oper.)
Eindhoven, NL
Ant AMD Athlon 64, 3000+, 512 MB (Linux 64-bit) Tom Vijlbrief (prog.),
Hans Secelle (book+oper.)
Baarn, NL,
Schelderode, Belgium
Nexus AMD Athlon, 3400, 1 GB RAM Ralf Dörr,
Norbert Esser
Mönchengladbach, Germany
Goldbar AMD Athlon64, 3000+, 1 GB RAM Bart Goldhoorn (prog.),
Joost Buijs (prog.)
Almere, NL
Neurosis Pentium 4, 2400 MHz, 256 MB Stan Arts Alphen a/d Maas, NL

"The King" is an experimental version of "ChessMaster"
This list is in arbitrary order.
*) Diep is playing on a computer at a remote location in Germany.
Theo, 17 Oct. 2004