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Subject: Re: Olithink @ CCT6/ nonsense, Skinner !

Author: Anthony Cozzie

Date: 15:05:20 02/02/04

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On February 02, 2004 at 12:44:27, Peter Berger wrote:

>On February 01, 2004 at 20:55:46, Peter Skinner wrote:
>
>>Here is where the tournament went haywire for a moment. The original pairings
>>were messed up and Olithink started his game with Bringer, as the website had
>>said to. After a good opening, leading +1.45, it was discovered that the pairing
>>was indeed wrong, and I would now face Tao. So throw out a game that we were
>>winning and thrust into a game that we had a bad opening, and it just followed
>>all game. A loss.
>
>Either you, or OliThink, or both, are in strong need of a reality check.
>
>[Event "ICS Match (Partie in 45 Minuten + 10 Sekunde(n) pro Zug)"]
>[Site "unbekannt"]
>[Date "2004.02.01"]
>[Round "1"]
>[White "Der Bringer"]
>[Black "OliThinkX(C)"]
>[Result "*"]
>[WhiteElo "2283"]
>[BlackElo "2053"]
>
>1. d4  { 0.00 0:00:00.0 } Nf6  2. c4  { 0.00 0:00:00.0 } g6  3. g3  { 0.00
>0:00:00.0 }
>Bg7  4. Bg2  { 0.00 0:00:00.0 } O-O  5. Nc3  { 0.00 0:00:00.0 }
>c5  6. Nf3  { 0.00 0:00:00.0 } d6  7. dxc5  { 0.12/14 0:00:57.7 }
>dxc5  8. O-O  { 0.04/14 0:06:48.5 (PB: 0:06:48.4 ) } Nc6  9. Be3  { 0.09/14
>0:04:04.9 (PB: 0:04:04.8 ) }
>Qa5  10. Nd5  { 0.00 0:00:00.0 } Bf5  11. Bd2  { 0.00 0:00:00.0 }
>Qd8  12. Bc3  { 0.00 0:00:00.0 } Nxd5  13. cxd5  { 0.34/16 0:01:11.7 }
>Bxc3  14. bxc3  { 0.34/16 0:02:59.9 (PB: 0:02:59.7 ) } Na5  15. Qa4  { 0.28/15
>0:03:15.9 (PB: 0:03:15.8 ) }
>f6  16. Nd2  { 0.30/14 0:01:51.3 } b6  17. Nb3  { 0.32/15 0:01:06.8 }
>Nb7  18. d6  { 0.68/14 0:01:05.0 }
>{Game aborted by mutual agreement}*
>
>The final position of the aborted game:
>
>Der Bringer - OliThinkX(C)
>[D]r2q1rk1/pn2p2p/1p1P1pp1/2p2b2/Q7/1NP3P1/P3PPBP/R4RK1 b - - 0 1

Zappa thinks Bringer is up by almost a pawn.  Dunno what Olithink's eval could
be if it thought it was winning this.

1... Nb7xd6 2. Bg2-d5 Kg8-g7 3. Bd5xa8 Qd8xa8 4. f2-f3 Bf5-e6 5. Qa4-f4 Be6-c4
6. Qf4-d2 Qa8-c8 7. Rf1-d1 Qc8-h3 8. Ra1-c1
 = (-0.90)      Depth: 13/19    00:01:20.37     70399kN

anthony



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