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RE: [Bug-gnubg] [Proposal] Money cube eval in match play ?

From: David Levy
Subject: RE: [Bug-gnubg] [Proposal] Money cube eval in match play ?
Date: Mon, 17 Aug 2009 07:47:42 -0700

I echo Massimiliano's suggestion. This would be a tremendous learning tool, 
particularly if you can easily compare not just for money but at other match 
scores and cube positions -- WITHOUT losing the data for the current match. 
Snowie, I believe can do this. David

-----Original Message-----
From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of Massimiliano Maini
Sent: Monday, August 17, 2009 7:11 AM
To: address@hidden
Subject: [Bug-gnubg] [Proposal] Money cube eval in match play ?

One of the thing I miss in gnubg is the possibiilty to quickly compare the eval 
of a cube decision
in a match to its counterpart in money play.

Something like: you're playing a match and have a cbe decision, you hit the 
Hint button and
you get your hint. From the Hint dialog, you then have a button that says 
"Evaluate for money"
and that opens a simila dialog with the cube eval for money play, so that you 
can compare the

Even more, it could be possible to have a button that opens a diialog allowig 
you to entirely
define the situation you want to compare to, in terms of:

- money/match
- Jacoby ON/OFF (if money)
- score (if match)
- cube position (owning or centered for a double decision, opp owning or 
centered for a take decision)
- cube value (if match)
- possibily other things (e.g. MET)

Anytime you change one of these, you click on the button and you get a new eval.
When you close the "root" hint dialog, all close.

Same could be applied for chequer play decisions.

I think this would be a GREAT learning tool. But I do fear miplementing it 
would be quite



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