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Subject: Re: Has anyone some nice test-suites like Covax ?

Author: Enrique Irazoqui

Date: 07:22:22 10/06/97

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On October 06, 1997 at 10:08:44, Michael Borgstaedt (GOLIATH CHESS)
wrote:

>On October 05, 1997 at 17:21:23, Ed Schröder wrote:
>
>>>In Reply to: Re: Has anyone some nice test-suites like Covax ? posted by
>>>Enrique Irazoqui on October 05, 1997 at 10:31:28:
>>
>>>Results with Fritz 5 on a P200MMX with 40 MB hashtables:
>>
>>>Pos 1 -  >10'
>>>Pos 2 - 225''
>>>Pos 3 - 261''
>>>Pos 4 - >10'
>>
>>Rebel9 PII/266 28 Mb hash:
>>
>>Pos 1 -  2:20 (140'')
>>Pos 2 - 11:45 (705'')
>>Pos 3 -  3:25 (205'')
>>Pos 4 - Not found after 20:00
>>
>>8/4K2p/6pr/5pk1/1pB2R2/p4PP1/8/8 w - - bm Rg4+;
>>8/2pp2pp/8/2PP1P2/1p5k/8/PP4p1/6K1 w - - bm f6;
>>7K/6p1/8/7p/8/8/R7/6k1 w - - bm Kh7;
>>8/4P3/7n/5n1K/R6N/6k1/2q5/8 w - - bm e8Q;
>>
>>- Ed -
>
>
>Goliath 1.1 K6-PR200, 13 MB hash
>
>Pos 1 -  ----   (18:25)
>Pos 2 -  0:28
>Pos 3 -  4:23
>Pos 4 -  1:17

This is truly impressive!!!

Enrique

>I would expect that Pos1 (nice zugzwang-situation) cannot be solved
>by programs using nullmove pruning without special zugzwang-detection.
>So Fritz will not found the solution, even after hours. Correct ?
>
>Michael



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