stockfish

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The strong open source chess engine Stockfish compiled to JavaScript and WebAssembly using Emscripten. See it in action for local computer analysis on lichess.org. About 1.4MB uncompressed, 250 KB gzipped.

https://github.com/niklasf/stockfish.js

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