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Subject: Re: Deep Shredder!

Author: Djordje Vidanovic

Date: 14:02:54 04/23/01

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On April 23, 2001 at 16:42:44, Ingo Bauer wrote:

>On April 23, 2001 at 16:31:49, leonid wrote:
>
>>Hi!
>>
>>If you would like to solve one mate then try this position:
>>
>>[D]1n1q1b1n/Nb2k2r/2r1n1pB/QRpPP1PB/1pP1NR2/7p/7K/3R4 w - -
>
>Deep Shredder on a 800 Celeron.
>
>Patzer exits...
>Engine: Deep Shredder
>by Stefan Meyer-Kahlen
>  6.00	 0:01 	+27.38++ 	1.Rxb7+ Rc7 2.d6+ Ke8 3.Nf6+ Kf7 4.dxc7 gxh5 5.Rxd8 Nd7
>6.c8Q Nxd8 (154.814) 131.0
>  6.00	 0:01 	+27.88++ 	1.Rxb7+ Rc7 2.d6+ Ke8 3.dxc7 gxh5 4.cxd8Q+ Nxd8 5.Rxh7
>(186.707) 133.1
>  6.00	 0:01 	+30.12 	1.Rxb7+ Rc7 2.d6+ Ke8 3.dxc7 Qxc7 4.Rxf8+ Nxf8 5.Nf6+ Kf7
>6.Qxc7+ Ke6 7.Nxh7 Nxh7 8.Qxh7 gxh5 9.Rxb8 Kxe5 10.Qxh8+ Kf5 (235.350) 137.4
>  7.01	 0:02 	+30.37++ 	1.Rxb7+ Rc7 2.d6+ Ke8 3.dxc7 Qxc7 4.Rxf8+ Ke7 5.Rfxb8
>Rf7 6.Rxc7+ Nxc7 7.Qxc7+ Ke6 (287.457) 140.7
>  7.01	 0:02 	+30.87++ 	1.Rxb7+ Rc7 2.Bxf8+ Qxf8 3.Rxc7+ Ke8 4.Rc8+ Kd7 5.dxe6+
>Kxe6 6.Qb6+ Kxe5 7.Rcxf8 Rxh5 8.Qxb8+ Ke6 9.Nxc5+ Ke7 (344.234) 144.4
>  7.01	 0:02 	  +M10 	1.Rxb7+ Rc7 2.Bxf8+ Ke8 3.dxe6 Qd2+ 4.Rxd2 Rc8 5.Rd8+ Rxd8
>6.Nf6+ (436.616) 151.3
>  8.01	 0:03 	  +M10 	1.Rxb7+ Rc7 2.Bxf8+ Ke8 3.dxe6 Rhd7 4.exd7+ Rxd7 5.Rdxd7
>Qb6 6.Nf6+ Qxf6 7.Re7+ Kxf8 8.Rxf6+ Nf7 9.Rfxf7+ Kg8 10.Rxb8+ (546.412) 162.3
>  9.01	 0:05 	  +M8 	1.Rxb7+ Rc7 2.Bxf8+ Ke8 3.dxe6 Rhd7 4.exd7+ Rxd7 5.Rdxd7
>Qxd7 6.Rxb8+ Qc8 7.Rxc8+ Kd7 8.Nxc5+ (1.097.119) 200.2
>best move: Rb5xb7 time: 0:26.087 min  n/s: 247.569  CPU 97.8%  nodes: 6.455.876


Shredder 5 on an Athlon 1000Mhz:

  8.02	 0:01 	  +M8 	1.Bxe6+ Kxe6 2.Qg4+ Kf7 3.Qxd7+ Kg6 4.g4 Bxg8 5.Qf5+ Kf7
6.Bxh8+ Ke7 7.Qxf8+ Kd7 8.Qe8+ (270.593) 265.0
  9.01	 0:01 	  +M7 	1.Bxe6+ Kxe6 2.Qg4+ Kf7 3.Qxd7+ Kg6 4.g4 h5 5.Bxh8 Bxg8
6.Qf5+ Kh6 7.hxg5+ (453.445) 314.4
best move: Bh3xe6 time: 0:03.044 min  n/s: 378.733  CPU 94.7%  nodes: 1.149.076
position:
  6.00	 0:01 	+30.12 	1.Rxb7+ Rc7 2.d6+ Ke8 3.dxc7 Qxc7 4.Rxf8+ Nxf8 5.Nf6+ Kf7
6.Qxc7+ Ke6 7.Nxh7 Nxh7 8.Qxh7 gxh5 9.Rxb8 Kxe5 10.Qxh8+ (237.843) 196.2
  7.01	 0:01 	+30.37++ 	1.Rxb7+ Rc7 2.d6+ Ke8 3.dxc7 Qxc7 4.Rxf8+ Ke7 5.Rfxb8
Rf7 6.Rxc7+ Nxc7 7.Qxc7+ Ke6 (288.257) 198.3
  7.01	 0:01 	+30.87++ 	1.Rxb7+ Rc7 2.Bxf8+ Qxf8 3.Rxc7+ Ke8 4.Rc8+ Kd7 5.dxe6+
Kxe6 6.Qb6+ Kxe5 7.Rcxf8 Rxh5 8.Qxb8+ Ke6 9.Nxc5+ Ke7 (346.489) 203.4
  7.01	 0:01 	  +M9 	1.Rxb7+ Rc7 2.Bxf8+ Ke8 3.dxe6 Qd2+ 4.Rxd2 Rc8 5.Rd8+ Rxd8
6.Nf6+ Kxf8 7.Qxd8+ (425.069) 214.3
  8.01	 0:02 	  +M9 	1.Rxb7+ Rc7 2.Bxf8+ Ke8 3.dxe6 Rhd7 4.exd7+ Rxd7 5.Rdxd7
Qc7 6.Nf6+ Kxf8 7.Rxb8+ Qxb8 8.Qxc5+ (531.131) 235.6
  9.01	 0:03 	  +M8 	1.Rxb7+ Rc7 2.Bxf8+ Ke8 3.dxe6 Rhd7 4.exd7+ Rxd7 5.Rdxd7
Qxd7 6.Rxb8+ Qc8 7.Rxc8+ Kd7 8.Nxc5+ (1.010.072) 291.5


***  Djordje



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