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Subject: Re: Knowledge

Author: Uri Blass

Date: 04:43:29 09/27/04

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On September 27, 2004 at 04:10:05, martin fierz wrote:

>On September 27, 2004 at 02:17:24, Uri Blass wrote:
>>I do similiar thing to dividing the score by 2 when there is a single pawn in
>>the board and when both side have equal material except the pawn I simply reduce
>>the score of the better side.
>>Here is the relevant code from movei
>>score is the score from white point of view.
>>if (numpawns[LIGHT]+numpawns[DARK]==1)
>>			{
>>				if (valpieces[LIGHT]==valpieces[DARK])
>>				{
>>					if (numpawns[LIGHT]==1)
>>						score-=60;
>>					else
>>						score+=60;
>>				}
>i assume you add some kind of passer score to this? i.e. if the pawn is far
>advanced you get more than +60?
>  martin

I have no special passer evaluation for that case.

60 is 0.6 pawn and I reduce 0,6 pawn from the normal score of the better side.


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