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Subject: Re: What approach do you use to handle castling/en passant for repetition?

Author: Tom Kerrigan

Date: 02:19:38 03/01/00

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On February 29, 2000 at 17:56:25, Robert Hyatt wrote:

>>I asked you to back up your argument and you gave me some random numbers. Now
>>you are asking me if I need confirmation that divide-by-zero is bad. It's no
>>secret that you are being extremely insulting to me.
>Tom...  look at _your_ response.  A curt "run some tests and prove I am wrong."
>My position is "you run some test and prove you are right."  I already gave one

Scientific papers do not look like this:
"Electrons are green. If you don't agree, prove me wrong."

You told me that ignoring the EP square is a big mistake. But your argument is
like the "scientific paper" above. (See the text I quoted.)

You might make more friends if you stopped expecting people to believe you
simply because you're Bob Hyatt.

I'm not going to post to this thread any more, because it's deviated far, far
away from hashing EP squares.

-Tom



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