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Subject: Re: Dutch Open Leiden after round 6

Author: Vincent Diepeveen

Date: 03:27:01 10/22/02

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On October 21, 2002 at 11:38:45, Uri Blass wrote:

You clearly are not from this planet.

Something with a book from 1999 like deepfritz you can't
compare with something with a well tested
tournament book from 2002.

I hope you realize that your statements is complete nonsense.
deepfritz had in 99 a book from that 1999. Nimzo from 1998.

The rating math you do is irrelevant. Don't argue for 50
hours. Play a bunch of games in those hours using an auto232
cable. Put nimzo98 on a 1.6 Ghz K7 and put some modern software,
for example Shredder6 on a 1.6ghz K7.

Give them both 3 minutes a move.

Then report to me back the results.

Shredder6 has way more knowledge than nimzo98. So no way that
Nimzo can get lucky against shredder6, whereas against fritz
with its patzer chess the garantuee for 10-0 is less strong,
but still very possible.

Good luck. Don't expect it to win a single point though. It'll be 10-0

>On October 21, 2002 at 11:14:29, Vincent Diepeveen wrote:
>
>>On October 21, 2002 at 11:08:47, Uri Blass wrote:
>>
>>But if they play nimzo now on the same hardware and play
>>it against 2002 programs, you get a different rating
>>for nimzo.
>>
>>May i remind you that many computers which first appeared
>>with 2300+ ratings that some time later when newer other
>>products came out they dropped to 2100+ ?
>>
>>No one tests anymore against nimzo98 of course. If you do,
>>you will see it get annihilated by todays software.
>
>It was not annihilated by Deep Fritz or Tiger14 or Junior7 when they had 1200
>mhz against 200Mhz of Nimzo98.
>
>The difference between tiger15 and tiger14 is only about 50 elo that is clearly
>smaller than the difference between A1200 and p200.
>
>Uri



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