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Subject: Re: Transferring eval to deep blue game

Author: Jeremiah Penery

Date: 21:56:53 12/05/99

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On December 04, 1999 at 19:57:27, Vincent Diepeveen wrote:

>On December 04, 1999 at 18:18:07, Jeremiah Penery wrote:
>>On December 03, 1999 at 13:20:46, Vincent Diepeveen wrote:
>>>Dusan, if you add a huge penalty for having opposite bishops in endgame,
>>>does PHalanx play 36.axb5! in the deep blue - kasparov game then (game 2),
>>>at say 11 ply depth, or does it need a bit bigger depth?
>>>I assume if so that it plays 37.Be4? too (Qb6 wins forced there).
>>No.  Qb6 is a forced draw there.  If I have time soon, I'll try to make some
>>analysis and post it.  IIRC, black will force a repetition.
>We talk about 37.Qb6
>Not about 36.Qb6?
>Don't follow the computer line too quick. initially computer does
>indeed analyze the pos wrong.
>Let's follow Seirawan:
>37. Qb6! Rxa2 Rxa2 Bc7 ( Ra8 Ra5 is easy of course)

What's so easy about Ra8 Ra5?  -> Ra8 Ra5 Qb8 Rxa8 Qxa8 Qxd6 Qa1, and black can
force a perpetual.  Suggest anything besides Rxa8 there, or instead of Qxd6?

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