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Subject: If you are ready to solve one mate...

Author: leonid

Date: 15:04:15 04/11/01


If you are in the mood to solve one mate then you can try this position:

[D]q1rkr1q1/RQpbpQR1/N1qbq1N1/n1NBN1n1/1Q1B1Q2/1q1Q1q2/3K4/2Q1Q3 w - -

Please indicate your result.

If your program is shareware try to indicate its address on the web.

If you have the last version of Genius, please say me how it do on this
position. Even if you will indicate its brute force time, for two consecutive
numbers, it will be helpful.

Was attracted to the Genius program after sudden appearence of "free" Genius 2.
Many years ago I used it a lot. Program was really good in solving mate. At
least, it was not a lair. But how is the last version? As reliable as Genius 2
but only more expedient?

Thanks for your response,

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