Postmortem Silver for Theo van der Storm Gomoku, Connect6

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Postmortem Silver for Theo van der Storm
  • Ingo Althofer at 2009-05-17

    In Pamplona (Spain), the Computer Olympiad 2009

    was held from May 11 to May 17. Connect6 was also

    played, with six programs participating:

    two each from China and Taiwan (ROC), one from

    Japan, one from the Netherlands.

    After a double round robbin the medals went to:

    Gold - Bit (China)

    Silver - MeinStein (NL)

    Bronze - Bit2(Connect6) (China).

    Some more details available at

    The dutch entry “MeinStein” was developped by

    Theo van der Storm. Theo, who had been also active

    here on LittleGolem, died in January 2009, but his

    friend Jan Krabbenbos operated MeinStein in Pamplona.


  • euhuang ★ at 2009-06-01

    Thank Prof. Dr. Ingo Althöfer for sharing this piece of information.

    With consent of his family, Theo van der Storm's (1960-2009) chess program, MeinStein (Einstein Wuerfelt Nicht!) program and MeinSteinConnect6 program are kept downloadable for everybody via You can see his photo as well.

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