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Subject: Re: Mate to solve... CM8000 Results

Author: John Merlino

Date: 14:09:57 04/23/01

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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 - -
>
>Please indicate your result.
>
>Thanks,
>Leonid

CM8000's Results (Mate in 9 in less than a second, Mate in 7 in 2 seconds):

Time	Depth	Score	Positions	Moves
0:00	1/3	21.58	13899		1. Rxb7+ Rc7 2. d6+ Ke8 3. dxc7
					Qd2+ 4. Rxd2
0:00	1/4	Mate09	43563		1. Rxb7+ Rc7 2. d6+ Ke8 3. dxc7
					Rxc7 4. Rxd8+ Nxd8 5. Rxf8+ Ke7
					6. Rxc7+ Ke6 7. Nxc5+ Kxe5 8. Bg7+
					Kd6 9. Nc8#
0:02	2/5	Mate07	117048		1. Rxb7+ Rc7 2. Qb6 Nc6 3. Qxc5+
					Nxc5 4. Nxc6+ Kd7 5. Bg4+ Ne6 6.
					Bxe6+ Ke8 7. Rxf8#
0:05	2/6	Mate07	361382		1. Rxb7+ Rc7 2. Qb6 Nc6 3. Qxc5+
					Nxc5 4. Nxc6+ Kd7 5. Bg4+ Ne6 6.
					Bxe6+ Ke8 7. Rxf8#
0:16	3/7	Mate07	1289809		1. Rxb7+ Rc7 2. Qb6 Nc6 3. Qxc5+
					Nxc5 4. Nxc6+ Kd7 5. Bg4+ Ne6 6.
					Bxe6+ Ke8 7. Rxf8#

jm



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