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

Author: Vincent Diepeveen

Date: 11:51:28 10/05/03

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On October 05, 2003 at 03:28:30, Ed Schröder wrote:

The quote is not in accordance with your claim. Also it was selective quoted at
the time. We speak about a story of me on computerchess and about what my engine
was doing which was around 100KB big.

But you are very well again in distracting this fact from the Truth that
Christophe said that you should never look to other programs, and that when this
was not ironic meant, that this means trivially that he misses about half of the
world.

The statement also is opposite to your claim that you should look after your
brother and especially competitors.

Personally i try for fun many chessprograms and keep track which engines are
there in this world. So i very well know about movei and i very well know about
messchess too.

Trivially this is also why i didn't miss the boat to get a parallel engine and
why my thing isn't just searching tactical deeper and why DIEP is a
non-preprocessor.

So that both renders of course Tiger and Rebel completely outdated. Good luck in
a 90 0 tournament. I don't doubt Sjeng, Rebel or Tiger will win it.

I personally find the world champs more important (for those who just have
grammar school - this statement just says that i join the world champs it does
*not* say that i do not join the dutch champs), that's why i show up seriously
prepared there. Both hardware and software.

Why aren't you joining such events anymore?

Scared?

Best regards,
Vincent




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