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Subject: Re: When to RecordHash()?

Author: Tony Werten

Date: 12:30:26 12/26/01

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On December 25, 2001 at 20:44:56, Josť Carlos wrote:

>On December 25, 2001 at 20:21:49, Sune Fischer wrote:
>
>>I'm sitting here with an implementation problem, I can think of a few ways to
>>solve it, but perhaps there is an even better one.
>>
>>The problem is I can't always get the best move in a position when searching, I
>>need a beta cutoff or an improvement in the alpha value. So it isn't save for me
>>to assume there is killer in all recorded hash entries, and if I only
>>recordhash() when I _can_ put a killer in, then I miss out on some scores.
>>
>>So I was wondering what solution you guys have found?
>>
>>-S.
>
>  I don't understand exactly your question. I think you mean you don't hash
>every position, but only when you fail high.
>  I hash every position. Fail low information is also useful.

Correct. But not all information is usefull. In faillow, best_move is not
usefull.

Tony

>  Also, I use the two level hash table: one depth best and one always replace.
>
>  Josť C.



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