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Subject: Re: Fritz 6a (i mean the latest Version)

Author: leonid

Date: 14:38:22 04/23/01

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On April 23, 2001 at 17:11:36, 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 - -
>
>Fritz 6a
>
>Analysis by Fritz 6: on Celeron 800
>
>1.Dxd8+!
>  +-  (2.31)   Tiefe: 1/3   00:00:00
>1.Dxd8+! Sxd8 2.Sxc6+ Sbxc6 3.Lxf8+ Ke8 4.dxc6 Lxc6
>  +-  (8.25)   Tiefe: 1/22   00:00:00  4kN
>1.Sxc6+!
>  +-  (8.28)   Tiefe: 1/22   00:00:00  5kN
>1.Sxc6+! Lxc6 2.Lxf8+ Ke8 3.dxe6
>  +-  (9.41)   Tiefe: 1/22   00:00:00  6kN
>1.Txb7+!
>  +-  (9.44)   Tiefe: 1/22   00:00:00  7kN
>1.Txb7+! Tc7 2.Lxf8+ Sxf8 3.Txc7+ Ke8
>  +-  (10.78)   Tiefe: 1/22   00:00:00  14kN
>1.Txb7+!
>  +-  (11.09)   Tiefe: 2/17   00:00:00  18kN
>1.Txb7+! Sd7 2.Sxc6+ Ke8 3.Sxd8 Sxf4
>  +-  (15.03)   Tiefe: 2/24   00:00:00  24kN
>1.Txb7+!
>  +-  (15.34)   Tiefe: 3/18   00:00:00  77kN
>1.Txb7+! Tc7
>  +-  (15.47)   Tiefe: 3/28   00:00:00  111kN
>1.Txb7+!
>  +-  (15.78)   Tiefe: 4/26   00:00:00  124kN
>1.Txb7+! Tc7 2.d6+ Ke8 3.dxc7 Sd7 4.Sf6+ Dxf6 5.c8D+ Dd8
>  +-  (18.34)   Tiefe: 4/30   00:00:00  225kN
>1.Txb7+!
>  +-  (18.66)   Tiefe: 5/23   00:00:00  287kN
>1.Txb7+! Tc7 2.d6+ Ke8 3.dxc7 Dd2+ 4.Txd2
>  +-  (18.91)   Tiefe: 5/31   00:00:01  535kN
>1.Txb7+!
>  +-  (19.22)   Tiefe: 6/23   00:00:01  668kN
>1.Txb7+! Tc7 2.Db6 Dd7 3.Txb8 Tc8 4.Lxf8+ Ke8
>  +-  (23.19)   Tiefe: 6/34   00:00:02  1387kN
>1.Txb7+!
>  +-  (23.50)   Tiefe: 7/30   00:00:03  2237kN
>1.Txb7+! Dc7 2.Sxc6+
>  +-  (#10)   Tiefe: 7/33   00:00:10  7814kN

Thank you very much for data!!! I went reading all your descriptions for few
programs that you gave. I had few special moments that I wanted to find right
now and they all were there. The most interesting for me was nodes/per/second.

From my side I went only seeing NPS on Rebel 10. Its NPS (if somehow somebody
want to know) is 430k on Celeron 600. Hash if off.

Cheers,
Leonid.




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