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Subject: Re: If you want solve one mate...

Author: leonid

Date: 09:15:02 01/22/01

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On January 22, 2001 at 04:47:35, Gian-Carlo Pascutto wrote:

>On January 21, 2001 at 11:56:09, leonid wrote:
>> knq3q1/rq1q1qbQ/Qq2Q3/1Qn1Q2B/Q1qN1Q1r/4K1B1/1q4QR/1N1q3Q white to go.
>>If you will solve, it will be nice if you will indicate your result.
>Sjeng 8.5, Cyrix120, proofbuffer of 500000 nodes:

Program is Sjeng 8.5?

Is this Cyrix CPU 120 Mhz?

500000 nodes is the total number of nodes seen before finding the result?

>P: 0 D: 100000000 N: 404050 S: 404049 Mem: 10.79M Iters: 4151
>Time : 172.480000

172 seconds?

>This position is WON.

In how many moves?

>PV: a6a7 b6a7 a4a7 a8a7 e6b6 b7b6 g2a8
>Note that the PV may not be totally reliable...

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