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|Description: Al-Adli was the strongest player during the caliphate of al-Wathiq. In his time he was the only player in the aliyat category. He and As-Suli introduced 5 player ratings based on their game strength. They also wrote books about Shatranj, where explained the game, and gave a calculation of the value of the pieces.
|Sex: Male||Occupation: Shatranj player.|
|Place of Birth / Death: –||Country Tags: Baghdad, Iraq|
|Centuries: IX.||Title: Aliyat.|
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