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Subject: Re: Try to solve mate.

Author: leonid

Date: 06:26:25 09/14/02

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On September 14, 2002 at 08:51:31, Paul wrote:

>On September 14, 2002 at 07:55:35, leonid wrote:
>
>>Hi,
>>
>>This mate is easy and only 9 moves deep:
>>
>>[D]bqRNNkqr/Q7/qPnPqBqN/Q4q2/5Qr1/5q2/5nQ1/bQqQqBKR w - -
>
>Hi Leonid,
>
>Pretz (p3/1000) also finds this one easy, it gets this in 3 seconds:
>
>00:03 WM9 06 Nxe6+ Qgxe6 Be7+ Nxe7 dxe7+ Qxe7 Qaxf5+ Bf6 Nxf6+ Qaxc8 Nh7+ Ke8
>Qxg6+ Rxg6 Qgxg6+ Qf7 Qaxf7#
>
>>Still, maybe, You will be tempted for something more heavy and I this way will
>>be able to find more on this position:
>>
>>[D]2qRQq2/p6P/q1BqqR1N/r6B/n1QNQQ1B/r6k/b1QKNP1q/bq4qn w - -
>>
>>On description of this mate I can see that it was solved by selective in 13
>>moves but brute force search went not up to the end in order to find shortest
>>move. Brute force search, without finding any mate, went only 9 moves deep.
>
>This one was indeed a lot more difficult, mine didn't fare so well here:
>
>06:49 WM11 07 Q8xe6+ Qdxe6 Qff3+ Rxf3 Qxf3+ Kxh4 Nhf5+ Rxf5 Nxf5+ ...
>
>So it found a mate in 11 in almost 7 minutes, with an incomplete pv ... these
>d#*&#@rned hashtables ;) ... will have to think about this ... any tips anyone?
>
>>Please indicate Your result.
>>
>>Thanks,
>>Leonid.
>
>Thanks for your mates as usual ...

Thanks, Paul!

Now I can see that second one is no far then 11 moves. I  can even put this
position at 10 moves by brute force for night. If braching factor will not
suddenly jump, then it should be enough time for me for finding its depth.

First position have excellent time!

Mine, on usual setting, found mate in 1.75 sec.

Cheers,
Leonid.

>Groetjes,
>Paul



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