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Subject: Re: likelihood instead of pawnunits? + chess knowledge

Author: Ingo Lindam

Date: 10:02:48 10/25/02

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Hello Matthias,

On October 25, 2002 at 12:51:25, Matthias Gemuh wrote:

>Given a board position, nobody can _quickly_ calculate the likelihood of
>anything with meaningful granularity !

I rather think of estimating the likelihoods P+,P= of a given chess pattern for
a set of pattern given a big number of already played games.

Also most of the pattern wil not change between current position and position
after a move considered. And that pattern that change will a appear in lots of
positions in your search tree.

Best regards,

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