1st Computer Olympiad

The 1st Computer Olympiad took place at the Park Lane Hotel in London, UK from 9 August 1989 to 15 August 1989. In this Computer Olympiad, computer programs competed against each other at a variety of games, including Awari, Backgammon, Bridge, Checkers, Chess, Chinese Chess, Connect-Four, Dominoes, Draughts Go, Go-Moku, Othello, Qubic, Renju and Scrabble.

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