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December 15th, 2003
The ChessBrain project, Newbury Park, California USA, December 15th, 2003
The ChessBrain project announced today that GamesNET will host the live online chat service during ChessBrain’s world record attempt which is scheduled to take place on January 30th, 2004 at the NordU USENIX 2004 Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.
"GamesNET is pleased to be able to provide a stable and safe online chat environment for ChessBrain and its users as they make computer gaming history", said GameNET’s Michael Poole.
ChessBrain's members will be able to download free software which allows them to watch the world record attempt while viewing commentary and participating in live chat. ChessBrain's SuperNode server will post messages to the live chat conference while it's actually playing allowing members to see how the game is progressing.
"GamesNet's experience and track record coupled with they're global reach makes them an ideal solutions partner for ChessBrain's international members.", said ChessBrain founder Carlos Justiniano
ChessBrain has become the first distributed computing network to play online chess. The ChessBrain project is a non-profit Internet experiment founded in January 2002, and supported by hundreds of individuals from over fifty different countries.
GamesNET is the official IRC home of many of today's popular videogames. Founded in 1996, today GamesNET is the largest gaming related network based in North America and the 5th largest IRC network in the world. GamesNET is the only major IRC network that prohibits pornography and distribution of copy written material. With over 150,000 subscribed members, and over 42,000 channels GamesNET's servers see over 30,000-45,000 thousand users online at any given time. GamesNET is a California Non-Profit Corporation managed by a board of directors and supported by over 100 individuals.http://www.gamesnet.net
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ChessBrain is co-developed by Carlos Justiniano (USA) and Colin Frayn (UK) with the support of thousands of individuals throughout the world. If you need to contact the authors directly you may use the contact information below. All other questions and comments should be directed to: