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Subject: Re: The Scalable Search Test / Results of "Der Bringer"

Author: pete

Date: 11:55:43 06/18/00

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On June 18, 2000 at 07:14:20, Gian-Carlo Pascutto wrote:

>
>Hi all
>
>At the bottom of this post is a test position. The idea is not to check which
>programs find the correct move (should be easy), but when the program first
>spots it, with which score, when it fails high, how long it takes for the
>fail-high to resolve and what score it gets back.
>

0:00:00.1  ( 4/12)       2680  -1.20  c1-b1  a6-a4  f2-f4  g8-f8
0:00:00.2  ( 5/15)      15648  -1.31  c1-b1  b7-b5  d3-e4  g8-f8  c4xb5
0:00:00.5  ( 6/16)      56280  -1.27  c1-b1  b7-b5  d3-e4  b5-b4  c3-d2
0:00:01.3  ( 7/21)     144643  -1.38  c1-b1  b7-b5  c4xb5  b8xb5  e3-e4  a8-b8
0:00:02.0  ( 7/22)     256032  -1.37  h3xh5
0:00:02.3  ( 7/22)     285621  -0.88  h3xh5  g6xh5  h1xh5  h7-h6  h5xh6
0:00:02.7  ( 8/25)     373699  -1.05  h3xh5  g6xh5  h1xh5  g8-f8  h5xh7  f8-e8
d3-f5  f7-f6
0:00:04.5  ( 9/27)     624206  -0.65  h3xh5
0:00:06.3  ( 9/29)     874173  -0.25  h3xh5
0:00:13.6  ( 9/31)    2146194   5.03  h3xh5  g8-f8  h5xh7  f8-e8  d3-e4  e8-d7
c3-f6  b8-e8  h7xf7  d7-c8  f7xe7
0:00:18.2  (10/31)    2916852   5.43  h3xh5
0:00:20.0  (10/31)    3303407   5.83  h3xh5
0:00:36.3  (10/32)    6784667   Matt in 11  h3xh5  e7-e6  d5xe6

Looks pretty impressive to me ; unfortunately you will have to wait for Gerrit
Reubold to exlain the interesting part of your question :-)



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