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

Author: Ingo Lindam

Date: 16:50:05 10/25/02

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On October 25, 2002 at 13:14:28, Josť Carlos wrote:

>  Sounds interesting, but a real example (even if it is simple) would help. The
>idea alone is not useful, and has been suggested in the past.
>  Josť C.

Hello Jose,

two very very very simple patterns might be

(P+,P=,P-)(Pe4,Pg4,Nf5,pe5,pg5) = (0.5,0.3,0.2)
(P+,P=,P-)(Pf3,Pg4,Nh2,pg5)     = (0.2,0.29,0.51)

these are just two as I said very very simple pattern you might derive or
"check" by your chessbase.

Best regards,

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