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Subject: Re: a question to Tord about detecting threats in null move

Author: Ed Schröder

Date: 00:12:28 10/05/03

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On October 04, 2003 at 21:24:07, Vincent Diepeveen wrote:

>You were never good in quoting.
>Show me.

I am sure there are enough members here who remember your silly claims, DIEP was
the strongest analyze program of the world, your own words. At the time it gave
a nice and juicy discussion where you made a clown of yourself. It's all
recorded in Google, RGCC, 1997.

Point is, you were calling Uri a clown which is not very brotherly and that is
softly speaking, in fact it was quite humiliating. So I gave some taste of your
own medicine.

>You're even telling me back in 1997 that Rebel didn't rely for
>positional scores at piece square tables. I was at the time forced by you to
>correct it in my homepage.
>Even in 2003 we can proof rebel is a preprocessor though :)
>It is sad that your quoting is very limited. Not even in your homepage what is
>in Rebel is quoted correctly.
>It is real sad.

Surely the best defense is to counter attack :-) but dear Vince I have never
denied there is some (1-2%) pre-processor stuff in Rebel.

Please try again, but pick something better.... :)

My best,


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