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    Chess Programming Part I: Getting Started

    Watch and follow along as the process of writing a chess engine is demonstrated and explained. There are currently two tutorial series: Write a simple Java chess engine with GUI in under 1,000 lines of code     OR Write an advanced bitboard-based Java chess engine using modern techniques. Subscribe to get email notifications on upcoming chess engine tutorial videos. (A new video is posted every Monday)
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    Chess Programming Part VI: Evaluation Functions

    Watch and follow along as the process of writing a chess engine is demonstrated and explained. There are currently two tutorial series: Write a simple Java chess engine with GUI in under 1,000 lines of code     OR Write an advanced bitboard-based Java chess engine using modern techniques. Subscribe to get email notifications on upcoming chess engine tutorial videos. (A new video is posted every Monday)
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    Chess Programming Part V: Advanced Search

    Watch and follow along as the process of writing a chess engine is demonstrated and explained. There are currently two tutorial series: Write a simple Java chess engine with GUI in under 1,000 lines of code     OR Write an advanced bitboard-based Java chess engine using modern techniques. Subscribe to get email notifications on upcoming chess engine tutorial videos. (A new video is posted every Monday)
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    Chess Programming Part IV: Basic Search

    Watch and follow along as the process of writing a chess engine is demonstrated and explained. There are currently two tutorial series: Write a simple Java chess engine with GUI in under 1,000 lines of code     OR Write an advanced bitboard-based Java chess engine using modern techniques. Subscribe to get email notifications on upcoming chess engine tutorial videos. (A new video is posted every Monday)
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    Chess Programming Part III: Move Generation

    Watch and follow along as the process of writing a chess engine is demonstrated and explained. There are currently two tutorial series: Write a simple Java chess engine with GUI in under 1,000 lines of code     OR Write an advanced bitboard-based Java chess engine using modern techniques. Subscribe to get email notifications on upcoming chess engine tutorial videos. (A new video is posted every Monday)
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    Chess Programming Part II: Data Structures

    Watch and follow along as the process of writing a chess engine is demonstrated and explained. There are currently two tutorial series: Write a simple Java chess engine with GUI in under 1,000 lines of code     OR Write an advanced bitboard-based Java chess engine using modern techniques. Subscribe to get email notifications on upcoming chess engine tutorial videos. (A new video is posted every Monday)
  7.      You do not need to have an array in addition to bitboards (although you might if you have difficulties understanding/debugging bitboards).  I would recommend the following YouTube step-by-step tutorials which explain both why and how to efficiently deal with bitboards using current industry standards:   Bitboards (The Concept of) - Advanced Java Chess Engine Tutorial 1   Generating Bitboards - Advanced Java Chess Engine Tutorial 2   Chess960 and Favorite Links - Advanced Java Chess Engine Tutorial 3   Bitwise Operations - Advanced Java Chess Engine Tutorial 4   Pawn Moves & Optimization (Part 1) - Advanced Java Chess Engine Tutorial 5   Pawn Moves & Optimization (Part 2) - Advanced Java Chess Engine Tutorial 6   En Passants - Advanced Java Chess Engine Tutorial 7   Sliding Pieces (Part 1) - Advanced Java Chess Engine Tutorial 8   Sliding Pieces (Part 2) - Advanced Java Chess Engine Tutorial 9   Sliding Pieces (Part 3) - Advanced Java Chess Engine Tutorial 10   Knight Moves - Advanced Java Chess Engine Tutorial 11   King Movement & Safety - Advanced Java Chess Engine Tutorial 12
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