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Subject: Re: exclusive reporting without Hydra

Author: Chris Whittington

Date: 09:33:52 10/28/97

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On October 28, 1997 at 12:26:56, Jeroen Noomen wrote:

>On October 28, 1997 at 08:09:19, Andreas Mader wrote:
>
>>I am one of the shocked and depressed members of the Hydra (aka Nimzo98)
>>team. You did not mention this name in your exclusive reporting, maybe
>>because this program has a score of 0.5 out of 3 so far, maybe you do
>>not want to depress me even more... :(
>>
>>Andreas
>>
>>PS: Take a careful look at the games of the second round (especially the
>>game Nimzo98 - Eugen 7.2, notice the event!). Maybe then you will know
>>what kind of organisation takes place in Paris this week. I am sure this
>>is a "troll" made by Chrilly Donninger, at least he has not lost his
>>sense of humor!
>>(Note for English readers: Tage = days)
>
>
>Dear Andreas,
>
>Maybe Chrilly tries the new 'Hydra gambit': starting with 0,5 out of 3
>and then winning all remaining games....  As an alternative to the
>Swiss gambit, in which you lose the first game only.
>
>Have you any information about why the program is doing so badly?

When I saw it before the tournament it was zipping along at 200 knps.
This is double what Nimzo does on a P6 200 in my office.

On the playing screen was not the name Hydra, but the name Nimzo. Do you
think the team is divided ?   :)

Chrilly made a special case of pointing out this name to me, and he
marks his PGN output Nimzo 98. Something strange going on ?

Chris Whittington

>
>Best regards, Jeroen



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