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The Hall of Fame of chess computers lists remarkable topics in conjunction with dedicated chess computers.
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CC1-1.jpg    The first commercial chess computer
CC3.jpg    The first chess computer with correct notation
CC3.jpg    First chess computer that playes with white and black
Fidelity CC Voice.jpg    First chess computer that plays a correct castling
ProspektCCSS3.jpg    First chess computer that plays en-passant correctly
ProspektCCSS3.jpg    First chess computer with an complete pawn promotion
ProspektCCSS3.jpg    First chess computer that recognises a threefold repetition
ProspektCCSS3.jpg    First chess computer that recognises the 50 move rule
Boris-4.jpg    First chess computer that mates with a queen
Boris-4.jpg    First chess computer that mates with 2 rocks
ProspektCCSS3.jpg    First chess computer that mates with one rock
Fidelity CC Voice.jpg    First chess computer that mates with 2 bishops
MarkV.jpg    First chess computer that mates with knight and bishop
Fidelity Chess Challenger 10.JPG    First chess computer with opening library
Fidelity CC Voice.jpg    First chess computer with digital voice
BorisMaster.jpg    First chess computer that can be used without power
Boris Diplomat-3.jpg    First travel chess computer with batteries and pinboard
CC8.jpg    The first pressure-sensor board
ARB-1.jpg    The first auto-sensor board
ARB-1.jpg    First chess computer that plays selective
SuperEnterprise.jpg    First chess computer with different playing styles
Boris-4.jpg    First chess computer with infinite levels
ARB-1.jpg    First chess computer with permanent brain
ProspektCCSS3.jpg    First LCD-board for chess computers
Mattel 2.JPG    First chess computer with integrated LCD-board
Saitek Renaissance.JPG    First chess computer with Quad-LED-board (four LED per field)
Revelation II.JPG    The stongest
Travel Companion.jpg    The weakest, see also Seekadettenmatt
Mephisto III b.jpg    The one that calculates at leasts positions
Travel Companion.jpg    The smallest sensor pinboard
Hanimex Computer Chess 1.jpg    The biggest sensor pinboard
Saitekcalculatorchess.jpg    The smallest non-sensor pinboard
Opal plus.jpg    The smallest pressure-sensor board
SuperEnterprise.jpg    The biggest pressure-sensor board
Elegance.jpg    The smallest wooden magnet-sensor board
ARB-1.jpg    The biggest wooden magnet-sensor board
FidelityCCC.jpg    The first winner of a Micro Computer Chess World Championchip, see also WMCCC
Cm32mhz.jpg    The first microcomputer that wins an open Chess World Championchip, see also WCCC
Savant.jpg    The Defective, in the case it should run, please let us know. But better don't switch it on!
FirstWin.jpg    First win of a chess computer against a chess master under tournament conditions



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