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Subject: Re: One mate to solve...

Author: Ingo Bauer

Date: 10:17:17 04/22/01

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On April 22, 2001 at 09:57:10, leonid wrote:

>Hi!
>
>If you want to solve one mate and say your result, then this is the position:
>
>[D]2R2bNn/Rp1n1k1b/1q1ppB1p/1Np1p1p1/2P1P2P/3P2PB/4Q2K/8 w - -
>
>If you program says nodes/per/second, please indicate it for this position.

Patzer: MAte in 6. 212.883 n/s

reading patzer.rc file
smp processes := 1
24 KTBkt, 24 KDBkd, 24 KBBkb BitBases in c:\games\chess\Bitbases/ gefunden
Eroeffnungsbuch wird gelesen
Hash-Tabellen werden belegt
Initialisiere Nalimov-TBs
Engine: Patzer3.49-UCI
by Roland Pfister
  1.00	 0:00 	+11.35-- 	1.Rxf8+ (10)
  1.00	 0:00 	+11.37 	1.Rxf8+ (359)
  1.00	 0:00 	+11.75 	1.Nxh6+ (515)
  1.00	 0:00 	+14.04 	1.Bxe6+ (561)
  2.00	 0:00 	+12.68-- 	1.Bxe6+ Kxe6 (900)
  2.00	 0:00 	+15.09++ 	1.Qh5+ (1.908)
  2.00	 0:00 	+15.79++ 	1.Bd8 (2.332)
  2.00	 0:00 	+16.50 	1.Bd8 Qxa7 (2.455)
  3.00	 0:00 	+15.78-- 	1.Bd8 Qxa7 (2.577)
  3.00	 0:00 	+15.62 	1.Bd8 Qxa7 2.Nxa7 (4.813)
  4.00	 0:00 	+16.25++ 	1.Bd8 (5.120)
  4.00	 0:00 	+16.42++ 	1.Qf1 (14.816)
  4.00	 0:00 	+16.64 	1.Qf1 Kg6 2.Bxh8 (22.607)
  4.00	 0:00 	+16.67 	1.Bd8 Qxa7 (22.871)
  4.00	 0:00 	+17.10 	1.Qf2 Kg6 2.Bxh8 Bxg8 (32.439)
  5.00	 0:00 	+17.93 	1.Qf2 Kg6 2.h5+ Kxh5 (74.511) 74.5
  6.01	 0:01 	+18.28++ 	1.Qf2 (161.809) 161.8
  6.09	 0:02 	+18.29++ 	1.hxg5 (318.265) 159.1
  6.01	 0:02 	+19.75 	1.hxg5 d5 2.Nxh6+ Bxh6 3.Rxb7 Bxg5 (396.463) 132.1
  6.33	 0:04 	  +M6 	1.Bxe6+ Kxe6 2.Qg4+ Kf7 3.Qxd7+ Kg6 4.Qf5+ Kh5 5.g4+ Kxh4
6.Qf3 Be7 7.Qg3+ (693.841) 173.4
  7.01	 0:04 	  +M6 	1.Bxe6+ Kxe6 2.Qg4+ Kf7 3.Qxd7+ Kg6 4.Qf5+ Kh5 5.g4+ Kxh4
6.Qf3 Be7 7.Qg3+ (846.040) 169.2
  8.01	 0:08 	  +M6 	1.Bxe6+ Kxe6 2.Qg4+ Kf7 3.Qxd7+ Kg6 4.Qf5+ Kh5 5.g4+ Kxh4
6.Qf3 Be7 7.Qg3+ (1.663.943) 184.8
best move: Bh3xe6 time: 0:25.187 min  n/s: 212.883  nodes: 4.896.324



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