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Subject: Re: MCP8 - Rebel8, SSDF

Author: Dave Gomboc

Date: 19:18:06 12/08/98

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On December 08, 1998 at 08:06:35, Harald Faber wrote:

>On December 08, 1998 at 07:41:00, Thom Perry wrote:
>
>>>>>OK, THIS IS A KILLERLINE. Probably taken from an autoplayer game Sandro
>>>>>and/or Marty added to the book...
>>>>
>>>>Rebel 8 has such lines against MChess too. In one of my tournaments it played a
>>>>french opening against MChess Pro 5 completely out of book up until the point
>>>>where MChess saw the mate against itself...
>
>>>As far as I get MCP8 I'll check some other loosing lines too to see if Sandro
>>>took them out.
>>>And I don't want to see killerlines, no matter of whom.
>
>>Personally, I don't see anything wrong with killerlines.  If you have a good
>>program like MCP with the learning enabled, you should only lose one game to >the killerline <g>.
>
>Not really. Depends on where you change the moves and take the next best.
>And I can't remember if Rebel8 had a learning fuction.

It did not.  Rebel 9 was the first release from Schroder BV to implement book
learning.

Dave Gomboc



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