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Subject: Re: Win at Chess

Author: Don Dailey

Date: 08:32:10 01/18/98

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On January 18, 1998 at 05:16:27, Ed Schröder wrote:

>>In Reply to: Re: Win at Chess posted by Robert Hyatt on January 17, 1998 at
>>22:57:13:
>
>>Bob,
>
>>Ok, let's go with 10 seconds.  I want to be able to do "quick" runs
>>too and still be able to solve a few problems!
>
>>I agree that for this kind of purely tactical test we do not want
>>multiple solutions.  Anything that creates ambiguity we will dismiss.
>
>>I'm not worried about too many problems.  I'll bet people discover
>>multiple solutions and such and we end up dropping a lot of them.
>>If the set is too big we can partition them or something.  I would
>>rather have too many than not enough.
>
>>Now, let me see if I can find this set somewhere.
>
>Nice idea.
>
>If you manage I offer my home page so that everybody can freely
>download the test set.
>
>- Ed -
>
>
>>- Don

Hi Ed,

I just finished a post saying there should be a repository for the
set!   We can use your home page as you said.  Thanks.

- Don







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