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Landey, Benjamin

Benjamin M. Landey, born in 1912, was a former president of the Massachusetts Chess Association and the New England Chess Association.  He was president of the Boylston Chess Club.  He was a pioneer in the promotion of chess in New England.  In the 1960s, he was the first person to lose a USCF-rated game to a computer.  He lost to the MIT MacHack computer.  He died in 1981.

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