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Subject: Re: LOL ROFL :-)

Author: Robert Hollay

Date: 15:15:10 06/19/05

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On June 19, 2005 at 17:38:52, Steve Glanzfeld wrote:

>
>>Exactly. I even know of a chess programmer who believes (at least once said so)
>>that using EGTB's is cheating.
>
>Don't ignore the fundamental hardware differences between humans and comps! :-))
>

:-)))
Human's "hardware" is fixed size, computer's hardware is enlargable endlessly.

>So, different concepts have to be applied most often, to reach the same goals.
>Tablebases represent the purest, most perfect chess knowledge on earth!
>

Yes, and 32 man EGTB's would be the most perfect chess knowledge in the
universe.
One small step for comps, one giant leap for mankind to bury chess-game forever.





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