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Subject: Re: Tired of searching? ...Direct link here!

Author: Bas Hamstra

Date: 02:05:31 11/06/01

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On November 05, 2001 at 13:36:36, Christophe Theron wrote:

>On November 05, 2001 at 04:18:25, Tony Werten wrote:
>>On November 04, 2001 at 18:40:38, Christophe Theron wrote:
>>>On November 04, 2001 at 15:25:14, Theo van der Storm wrote:
>>>>On November 04, 2001 at 12:23:01, Thomas Mayer wrote:
>>>>>Hi Kevin,
>>>>>pasted from
>>>>>Ranking after round 11 of Open Dutch Computer Chess Championship 2001
>>>>>No.  PNo.  Name                       Score WP    SB     PS    rat.  TPR  W-We
>>>>>  1.    2  Chess Tiger 14.6            9.0  70.0  57.75  55.0  0000  -   0
>>>>>        3  Rebel-Century 4             9.0  66.0  50.75  52.5  0000  -   0
>>>>>  3.    1  Fritz                       8.5  62.0  40.50  49.0  0000  -   0
>>>>>Congratulations to Gerd Isenberg and his IsiChess - fantastic result - also I
>>>>>think Gian Carlo will now be satisfied with his Sjeng - beating a commercial
>>>>>engine is always something special... :) (Johan must have a horror now from
>>>>>those to him unknown winboard-engines... :)
>>>>>I hope we will see some of those engines in the near future as winboard engines,
>>>>>last statement from Gerd Isenberg was that he may try that... Also I have some
>>>>>hope with SpiderChess and very cool would be a Kallisto II - WB-version... :)
>>>>>Greets, Thomas
>>>>Modest Jeroen Noomen said one had to be lucky
>>>>to win such a tournament. Nevertheless a
>>>>fantastic achievement. He also got a complement
>>>>from Rob Hartoch (IM) for good opening play.
>>>>I hope to meet Christophe Theron some day,
>>>>but I realise Guadeloupe is on the other side
>>>>of the globe.
>>>>Congratulations to the Tiger/Rebel team!
>>>>Gerd Isenberg has also done very well indeed.
>>>>Gian-Carlo Pascutto improved on the Sjeng program by Adrien Regimbald,
>>>>that's why both are listed as participants. See also:
>>>>All games are now available via:
>>>>Lucky Diep finished half a BP above The King.
>>>>compact round results:
>>>> # Name          1    2    3    4    5    6    7    8    9   10   11  P   BU
>>>> 1 Chess Tiger  4w1 12b1  8w1  2b1  7w=  6b0  5w1  3w1 11b= 13b1 10w1 9.0 70.0
>>>> 2 Rebel Cent 4 9b1  6w1  3b1  1w0  4b1  5b=  8w=  7b1 10w1 11w1 16b1 9.0 66.0
>>>> 3 Fritz       11b1  5w1  2w0  4b=  8w1  7b1  6w1  1b0  9w1 16b1 15w1 8.5 62.0
>>>> 4 Isichess X   1b0 14w1 10b1  3w=  2w0 13b1  9b1  6w1  8w=  5b=  7b= 7.0 70.0
>>>> 5 Diep         7w=  3b0  6b= 14w1 10b1  2w=  1b0 15w1 12b1  4w=  8w= 6.5 66.5
>>>> 6 The King    13w1  2b0  5w= 12b1  9b1  1w1  3b0  4b0 16w1  8b1 11w0 6.5 66.0
>>>> 7 SpiderChess  5b= 16w1  9b0 11w1  1b=  3w0 12b1  2w0 15b1 14b1  4w= 6.5 59.0
>>>> 8 KallistoII-X 4b1 10w1  1b0  9w=  3b0 15w1  2b= 13w1  4b=  6w0  5b= 6.0 65.5
>>>> 9 ANT          2w0 13b1  7w1  8b=  6w0 12b=  4w0 16w1  3b0 15w1 14b= 5.5 56.5
>>>>10 Crafty18.13 15w1  8b0  4w0 13b=  5w0 14w1 16b1 11w1  2b0 12w1  1b0 5.5 55.5
>>>>11 Sjeng        3w0 15b1 12w=  7b0 13w0 16b1 14w1 10b0  1w=  2b0  6b1 5.0 58.0
>>>>12 Tao         16b1  1w0 11b=  6w0 15b1  9w=  7w0 14b1  5w0 10b0 13w1 5.0 52.5
>>>>13 Xinix        6b0  9w0 16b1 10w= 11b1  4w0 15b1  8b0 14w1  1w0 12b0 4.5 53.0
>>>>14 Morphy XP    8w0  4b0 15w1  5b0 16w1 10b0 11b0 12w0 13b0  7w0  9w= 2.5 52.5
>>>>15 Gadget      10b0 11w0 14b0 16w1 12w0  8b0 13w0  5b0  7w0  9b0  3b0 1.0 55.5
>>>>16 EEC         12w0  7b0 13w0 15b0 14b0 11w0 10w0  9b0  6b0  3w0  2w0 0.0 59.5
>>>>see you again!
>>>>Theo van der Storm
>>>Here is a direct link to the tournament page:
>>>No offense Theo, but it took me ten minutes browsing through pages written in
>>>dutch before I managed to find what I was looking for.
>>>I hope we will meet. Actually I'm tired of having to stick my nose on my
>>>computer monitor in order to learn that Tiger has won... or has played badly.
>>>That's no fun and I would much prefer to meet everybody in person and drink
>>>beers with you all.
>>>But on the other hand, just today I was on the beach and it was real good too...
>>How about organising a Guadeloupian (Guadeloupees ? ) championship ? You
>>organise travel and stay and I'll come.
>>In worst case, I'll even pay the travel myself, as long as you make sure there's
>>a palmtree in front of my beach house.
>I think I'm too busy and lazy to organize anything, but on the other hand if
>several chess programmers are interested I could certainly motivate myself and
>arrange something...

Ok, sign me up too!


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