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Subject: Re: WCCC and some NPS observations

Author: blass uri

Date: 06:50:02 06/24/99

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On June 24, 1999 at 07:33:13, Thorsten Czub wrote:

>On June 24, 1999 at 05:45:18, blass uri wrote:
>
>>What is mean with trying to convince people to sell their programs to them?
>
>e.g. when I lose on a championship i do congratulate the winner. this is
>a sports rule. but what can you expect from a company that has Kasparov
>as an idol :-))
>
>>What do you mean that you saw them "dying"
>
>friday they thought they would get anything.
>saturday they had the ferret-fever :-))
>fritz got crushed by ferret. a very ugly game to operate.
>and even junior, having a better position, made mistake after mistake
>until shredder killed it.

I can only say that I feel quilty for the fact that Junior did not understand
the bishop endgame.

Amir Ban told me something about the evaluation function of Junior
I had the feeling that it may be wrong but I did not see practical examples in
the games that I played so I did not tell him and prefered to concentrate in
practical problems from my games.

I am sure that he will fix it in the future but unfortunately it is too late for
this championship.




>
>
>>The fact that they did not get the first place.
>
>that their 4 programs did not get anything.
>
>
>>Rebel-tiger did not do better than chessbase and I did not think they died.
>
>anybody there enjoyed seeing chessbase lose.

I enjoyed Fritz losing but did not enjoy from the fact that Junior and Hiarcs
lost in the last round.
I do not see chessbase as one unit.

>ed and christophe have no reason to die.
>they have many things to improve their programs.

chessbase also had many things to improve including their behavior if they did
not congratulate the winner.

I congatulate shredder and ferret for being first and second.

Uri



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