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Subject: Re: Ruffian 0.76 is still playing incredible strong!

Author: Frank Quisinsky

Date: 14:18:29 09/20/02

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On September 20, 2002 at 02:42:29, Volker Pittlik wrote:

>...
>
>>07.06.2000
>>Yace (Yet Another Chess Engine) now with *.ini configuration^file is available !
>>Yace is a new chess program by Dieter Buerssner !
>>Download under: ftp://38.168.214.175/pub/Yace/ (Dann Corbit`s FTP page) !
>>Message in WinBoard Forum under:
>>http://f11.parsimony.net/forum16635/messages/4523.htm !
>
>...
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>Yes I remember that time and agree with a poster. Early versions of Yace were a
>little bit buggy (time control) but also the frist public available version were
>strong.

Yes Volker, a second good example is List by Fritz Reul.
In my opinion we have some good information about chess programming on different
www pages. Furthermore also other persons can have new and good ideas for
programming. All this is possible.

>I really hope Ruffian comes out soon. Everyone will be able to test the engine.
>But as long as it is not public every discussion about clones are pure
>speculation. But if it came out it is it seems the programmer has done a damned
>good job.

Yes, have the same opinion.

Best
Frank



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