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Today maybe GoatTracker and its stereo release.


Regarding the last question, I've tried running Cyrus II on ZX Spectrum versus CuckooChess engine on android (droidfish app). If the engine was severely down-tuned, sometimes Cyrus II was winning.


The standard load routine will not handle this. If you need to load under $D000-$DFFF you will have to handle it yourself; you can still use kernal routines (such as OPEN, CHKIN and CHRIN) to do it but will have to buffer and transfer or set the bank configuration for each byte stored. Loading under BASIC ($A000-$BFFF), $C000-$CFFF or KERNAL space ($E000-$...


No it doesn't adjust the memory configuration - which is why loading an 'executable' file (i.e. start address of $0800) bigger than 202 blocks (about 50 KB) using a standard kernal will crash a C64. Same for your 8 KB/$C000 example.


This is a "modern" chess program for the c64 that at least could be used as a framework maybe:


Leela is not going to fit in an 8-bit machine, period. The NN weights take many megabytes to represent. It's conceivable that Stockfish's evaluation function could fit - I think it's only comparable in complexity to some of the better 8-bit engines (eg. those by Ed Schröder). However, Stockfish's main strength is that it can do a lot of searching very ...

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