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Subject: Re: And here's another problem for you (Knightshead4mate Revisited)!

Author: Ed Schr÷der

Date: 09:51:54 01/22/01

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On January 22, 2001 at 11:35:23, Peter Berger wrote:

>It seems "Bringer" does quite well here although obviously not extending that
>extremely :
>
>
>============ Wei▀ / white  am Zug / to move ===
>  .   .   .   .   .  sS   .   .
> wL   .   .   .  wK   .   .   .
>  .   .  sB   .   .  wS  sB   .
>  .   .   .   .  sK   .   .   .
>  .   .   .   .   .   .   .  wB
>  .   .   .  sL  wS   .  wB   .
>  .   .  wB  sT  sS   .  wB   .
>  .  sD   .   .   .   .   .   .
>target response time (ms): -1
>max. response time (ms): -1
>Static score: mat = -1320, pos = 0, total = -1320
>Depth:  1,   positions:          195
>Depth:  2,   positions:          463
>Depth:  3,   positions:         1267
>0:00:00.1  ( 3/12)        715   0.00  f6-g4  e5-e4  g4-f2  e4-e5
>Depth:  4,   positions:         3595
>Depth:  5,   positions:        20210
>0:00:00.3  ( 5/34)      17630   4.70  e3-g4  e5-f5  g4-h6  f5-e5
>0:00:00.6  ( 6/38)      70106   4.70  e3-g4  e5-f5  g4-h6  f5-e5  h6-f7  e5-f5
>Depth:  6,   positions:        82542
>Depth:  7,   positions:       271923
>0:00:01.7  ( 7/46)     244408   4.66  e3-g4  e5-f5  g4-h6  f5-e5  h6-f7  e5-f5
>f7-d6  f5-e5  f6-g4  e5-d5  c2-c4  d3xc4  g4-e3  d5-e5  d6xc4  e5-e4  c4xd2
>e4-e5  d2xb1  f8-e6  a7-b8  e5-d4
>0:00:03.7  ( 8/57)     641120   4.94  e3-g4  e5-f5  g4-h6  f5-e5  h6-f7  e5-f5
>f7-d6  f5-e5  f6-g4  e5-d5  c2-c4  d3xc4  g4-e3  d5-e5  d6xc4  e5-e4  c4xd2
>e4-e5  d2xb1
>Depth:  8,   positions:       699071
>Depth:  9,   positions:      1928613
>0:00:09.5  ( 9/59)    1839128   4.88  e3-g4  e5-f5  g4-h6  f5-e5  h6-f7  e5-f5
>f7-d6  f5-e5  f6-g4  e5-d5  c2-c4  d3xc4  g4-e3  d5-e5  d6xc4  e5-e4  c4xd2
>e4-e5  d2xb1
>0:00:10.3  (10/59)    1995468   5.28  e3-g4
>0:00:22.6  (10/59)    4708865   5.35  e3-g4  e5-f5  g4-h6  f5-e5  h6-f7  e5-f5
>f7-d6  f5-e5  f6-g4  e5-d5  c2-c4  d3xc4  g4-e3  d5-e5  d6xc4  e5-e4  c4xd2
>e4-e5
>Depth: 10,   positions:      4853531
>0:00:45.7  (11/59)   10041158   Matt in 29  e3-g4
>0:01:11.0  (11/59)   16637445   Matt in 29  e3-g4  e5-f5
>Depth: 11,   positions:     16961249
>
> 1.  e3-g4


Rebel Century 3 only needs 18.069 nodes!

Hard to beat!

Ed


00:00:00  1.00  -10.86  1.cxd3 Qxd3 2.Kxf8 Kxf6
00:00:00  1.17  -9.84   1.Neg4+ Kf5 2.cxd3
00:00:00  1.24  -8.57   1.Nfg4+ Ke4 2.cxd3+ Kxd3 3.Kxf8
                        Nxg3  (0)

00:00:00  2.00  0.00   1.Nfg4+ Ke4 2.Nf6+ Ke5
00:00:00  2.01  0.00   1.Neg4+
00:00:00  2.01  0.00   1.Neg4+
00:00:00  2.01  Mate in 30 moves   1.Neg4+ Kf5 2.Nh6+ Ke5 3.Nf7+ Kf5
                       4.Nd6+  (0)

Positions                :          18.069
Nodes per second         :          18.069

Extensions (checks)      :           2.540 (14%)
Extensions (captures)    :              24 (0%)
Extensions (king safety) :               0 (0%)
Extensions (on depth)    :               0 (0%)
Extensions (remaining)   :               0 (0%)
Extensions (total)       :           2.564 (14%)

Hash Table               : 1.130  1.053  (0%)
Average depth            :  3
Deepest depth            : 60




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