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Subject: Re: Verified Null-Move Pruning, ICGA 25(3)

Author: Uri Blass

Date: 12:16:23 11/20/02

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On November 20, 2002 at 14:54:48, Antonio Dieguez wrote:

>>2)I guess that it is not good news for Amir Ban because it seems that most of
>>the null move pruning programs like Fritz are going to earn rating when Junior
>>cannot because it does not use null move prunning.
>
>I laughed with this comment :)
>
>do you really think Fritz author is at this level? he may be in another universe
>and laughing about the primitive stuff of normal people.

I know that Fritz has problems to see zugzwangs because of it's null move
pruning.

The fact that Fritz is better than all or almost all of the other programs is
because of good ideas that are not used by other people but it does not mean
that every idea that is suggeted by other people is not good for Fritz.

I do not think that Fritz's author is in another universe.
I think that you overestimnate him.

I know that something that I suggested in the past was slightly productive for
tiger and tiger is at similiar level to Fritz.

Uri



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