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Subject: Re: Very easy mate.

Author: leonid

Date: 05:22:55 11/07/03

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On November 06, 2003 at 21:52:44, John Merlino wrote:

>On November 06, 2003 at 20:59:22, leonid wrote:
>>Sometime it is nice to solve some mate that give no resistance like this:
>>[D] 1r6/1kp1P2R/1pr2QK1/pNP2B2/B1nq4/bN2nr1p/5Bp1/1R1b4 w - -
>>If You would like to solve very easy mate but that goes slightly deeper, then
>>try this:
>>[D] qqqrq3/q7/b1NPQQBP/K1Q5/P1R5/b1BQRQNP/k7/nrqqn3 w - -
>>Please indicate Your result.
>Chessmaster 9000, on a P3-1.0GHz, finds Mate in 9 for the first position in less
>than one second, and announces Mate in 13 in 12 seconds on the second position.

I see that Chessmaster just do not care about heavy pieces and solve position
with equal easiness. Good result!

Second position mine also solved in 13 moves but I do not know its minimal
solution. Since branching factor is very mild I, probably, will put 11 and 12
moves for sarch. For ten moves there are no mate for sure.



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