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Subject: Re: here it is.

Author: Paul

Date: 15:43:43 01/17/01

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On January 17, 2001 at 18:18:34, leonid wrote:

>On January 17, 2001 at 18:10:38, Paul wrote:
>>My program says mate in 9 for black ... here's a line:
>>1... Qxb4 2. Rg8+ Ne8 3. Nxe4 Ncxb3+ 4. cxb3 Nxb3+ 5. axb3 Qxa3+
>>6. bxa3 Qcc3+ 7. Nxc3 Qxc3+ 8. Ka2 Rd2+ 9. Bc2 Qexb3x
>Can you indicate by what program you solved and all basic data about solution?
>Selective or brute force search, hash table, special mate solver or usual chess
>game. Speed of your computer.

Hi Leonid ...

It's my own program 'Pretz', selective nullmove search, 48MB hash, usual
chess program, 400MHz PII. So it's possible there's a shorter mate.

Don't know the exact solving time, cause I had more things running
at the same time, but it was a couple of minutes.


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