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Where are you getting CPL as the license here? The license text I found was:
    Fairy-Max 4.8 is free software, and you have permission do
    with it whatever you want, whether it is commercial or not.
    Note, however, that Fairy-Max can easily be configured through
    its fmax.ini file to play Chess variants that are legally pro-
    tected by patents, and to do so would also require permission
    of the holders of such patents. No guarantees are given that
    Fairy-Max does anything in particular, or that it would not
    wreck the hardware it runs on, and running it is entirely for
    your own risk.
It does look free, if inelegant, but we'll have to double check, as it's not on the license list. --donaldr3
Maybe I interpretted wrong
The file fairymax.c differs, says its public domain it also allows to use mit or gpl:
--[[User:Bendikker|Bendikker]] ([[User talk:Bendikker|talk]]) 10:30, 4 September 2019 (EDT)

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