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Subject: Re: Moderation

Author: Gabor Szots

Date: 11:43:28 08/28/04

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On August 28, 2004 at 14:20:46, Thomas Mayer wrote:

>Hi Gabor,
>
>> What is china chess? Is it in relation with or similar in some respect to
>> normal chess?
>
>He meant chinese chess, which is as far as I know a very popular chess variant
>in china, korea etc. -> on the other hand you can also say that our chess is a
>variant of chinese chess, as far as I know chinese chess is way older.
>
>Pascal Tang told me in Graz that chinese chess is more complicate then standard
>chess, the engines do not yet get as deep as in standard.
>
>Greets, Thomas

Then they could have used Crafty code even in Xiexie, couldn't they? In that
case they are not any more "respectable world champions"!?

Gábor



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