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Subject: Re: Collector's Corner..Resurrection VS.Tasc R40(v2.5)

Author: Stefan Ottow

Date: 04:29:22 05/29/05

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Steve

On May 29, 2005 at 07:16:46, Steve B wrote:

>
>>Hi Stefan,
>>
>>maybe my posting was slightly misleading, sorry. Micha "Chessguru" is just
>>running a match between the R30 2.5 and the Resurrection. As of Friday there
>>were two games left, I guess he will post the final results after this. And
>>don't expect a clear win for one or the other...
>
>ok good
>even more suspense
>:))
>
>i just looked on Kurt's site and there is a messgage from Steffan Ottow but it
>is signed Micha??

just for clarification: Micha "Chessguru" is running basically the site
http://www.chesscomputer.info, means he has all the legal responsibilities and
pays and owns the server space etc.  I am working with him almost since the
beginning of this page early last year and besides playing games and doing some
moderation basically responsible for the statistics means the ELO-Lists (my
Alias is always my name Stefan Ottow)

>
>i guess i am confused who is who
>>
>>I personally did not have time to run any tournament matches yet but I guess I
>>will start soon with a match against the 68020 Program from R. Lang (London or
>>Vancouver).
>
>OF course tournament matches (40/2hrs) is all that really matters in determining
>true strength
>i also have not much time for this so i am playing this 5 game 30/game match
>it really will determine very little but i think still the results are
>interesting

of course they are, your games are count down games right not 30 sec/move avg?
I was thinking to add them maybe to our actice chess computer list which will be
issues very soon.
>
>Best Regards
>Steve

PS. Micha "Chessguru" just posted the intermediate result after 10 games between
the R30 and the Resurrection and the R30 leads by 5,5:4,5!

best regards
Stefan



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