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Subject: Re: What is Gambit Tiger Rating Compared to Wchess at FICS ?

Author: Jorge Pichard

Date: 10:26:56 11/26/01

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On November 26, 2001 at 12:43:55, Dann Corbit wrote:

>On November 26, 2001 at 12:40:30, Benny Antonsson wrote:
>
>>On November 26, 2001 at 11:47:41, Sally Weltrop wrote:
>>
>>>On November 26, 2001 at 11:36:19, Bas Hamstra wrote:
>>>
>>>>I thought it was only an old program, no longer under development. But no, it is
>>>>alive and kicking, playing at FICS currently, operated by D. Kittinger himself.
>>>>And at only a lowly PIII-300 it plays very nice attacking chess. Strong program!
>>>>Anybody knows if it still uses singular extensions?
>>>
>>>what's the handle over there on FIC of WChess?
>>
>>The handle is: WChessX
>>
>>Statistics for WChessX(C)       On for: 14 hrs, 29 mins   Idle: 4 hrs, 8 mins
>>
>>          rating     RD      win    loss    draw   total   best
>>Blitz      2329     38.7     169     171      85     425   2442 (11-Aug-2001)
>>Standard   2314     59.2      20      24      14      58   2320 (22-Nov-2001)
>>Lightning  2442     85.0      12      16      10      38
>>Wild       ----    350.0       0       0       0       0
>>Bughouse   ----    350.0       0       0       0       0
>>Crazyhouse ----    350.0       0       0       0       0
>>Suicide    ----    350.0       0       0       0       0
>>
>>
>>Timeseal   : On
>>
>> 1: WChessX running on 300mhz AMD K6
>> 2: Operator is author Dave Kittinger
>> 3: Generally unattended
>> 4: Has draw accept/reject logic, but not real easy to achieve.
>> 5: Large learned opening book.
>> 6: 3 and 4 piece endgames
>
>It is clear that he has been improving the program, then.  Tablebase files are a
>new development (comparatively speaking).


What is the current Gambit Tiger Chess rating at FICS, and what would Wchess
rating be if Mr Kittinger would be using an Athlon 1.4 MHz instead.?



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