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Subject: Re: Zappa-Isichess

Author: Arturo Ochoa

Date: 17:49:56 08/19/05

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On August 19, 2005 at 20:36:45, Uri Blass wrote:

>On August 19, 2005 at 19:50:08, Richard Pijl wrote:
>>On August 19, 2005 at 15:43:01, Thomas Lagershausen wrote:
>>>On August 19, 2005 at 15:26:55, A. Cozzie wrote:
>>>>Here I screwed my book creator, because the horrible, horrible Fritz interface
>>>>resets the book options every time you touch the mouse, and played with
>>>>incorrect options.  But somehow Zappa managed to slip into the win anyway;
>>>>perhaps it was a bit lucky.
>>>Never play with the cb-gui. It had cost a lot of programs points in the history
>>>of wccc.
>>>I hope Zappa 2.0 is still uci and can be used in Arena.
>>Zappa's book requires the CB-GUI
>I think that it is unfair to use books that require the CB-GUI
>If I understand correctly it means that the GUI choose the book moves and not
>the engine so the author is using something external program to help him to
>select moves.
>I think that the engine needs to choose all the moves(otherwise the playing
>thing is not original work of the author and the authors of the chessbase gui
>should be mentioned as part of the team).

Uri Blass, the king of the absurd arguments.

1) For CCT7 and the Elhvest Match, I used the native format for Zappa.

2) For WCCC2005, there are several engines that has been using the ChessBase
GUI. However, it doesn't mean that the Book was made by ChessBase. The Book
Responsible for Zappa in the WCCC2005 has been Erdogan whose book is in the
ChessBase format. It is his original work performed by several years.

The engine is a complete original work of Anthony Cozzie.

If you are going to begin your post-WCCC2005 nonsense before the Tournament is
over, I suggest you find other hobby according to your absurd world, instead of
writing craps every day of the year.

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