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Murray Campbell
Number of games in database: 2
Years covered: 1974
Last FIDE rating: 2105

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He was the 1974 Alberta Junior champion, a member of the Chiptest (Computer) and Deep Blue (Computer) teams of IBM as well as the Hitech (Computer) team. He studied under Tony Marsland at the U of Alberta to obtain a Master's degree.

References: (1), (2), (3)

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. K Spraggett vs M Campbell 1-0321974Ch. junior du CanadaA16 English
2. Nickoloff vs M Campbell  ½-½401974CAN-ch U18B84 Sicilian, Scheveningen
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  lostemperor: This is Murray Campbell. Someone knows if his middle name starts with an S? So Murray S. Campbell? Thanks.
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  Albertan: Hi LostEmperor. I found this link on the internet which indicates that Murray Campbell's middle name does indeed start with S (or he simply has "s" as a middle initial.):

Here is a link to some information about Dr.Campbell, (who used to live in my home town):

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  lostemperor: <Albertan> thanks for your reply. Do you happen to know some other IBM managers also, in P.R. orso? Lou Gerstner is not IBM boss anymore?
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  Albertan: Hi Lostemperor sorry I donot know any other managers at IBM. Lou Gerstner retired from IBM in December of 2002:;

Apr-01-07  gauer: is another Canadian Murray Campbell, and is also known for some software development.
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