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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Question about Analyze moving

From: Mirori
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Question about Analyze moving
Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2003 04:25:27 -0700

Thank you for your response.

I am glad that you finally understood my problem:)
I did not get any warning.
I tried to reset my analysing parameters, and analysed again,
then I got a correct resault.
I don't have any problem with my gnuBG, now.

I appreciate your kindness, and I love gnuBG because it is my best teacher!

Thank you,


"Nardy Pillards" <address@hidden> wrote:
(2003/06/17 03:44)

>Hello Mirori,
>Yes, you are right. I did not look at the moves!!
>I cleaned the Analyse of the game you sent (Analysis/Clear Analysis/Match).
>Then analysed the game again (just Expert/0-Ply) (Analysis/Analyse Game).
>Quite normal analyse that is now.
>(I use build 030614, but that can't be the problem)
>So, because there are no complains about analysing from other users, and you
>do get 'perfect play' with every match you analyse, do you have the correct
>weights on your PC?
>(when gnubg starts, does it tell you: 'WARNING: No neural net weights were
>And you can check what databases and weights gnubg is using:
>Analyse / Evaluation engine (almost last line of the Analyse submenu).
>If you do _not_ get that warning, I propose to reset your analysing
>Settings / Analyse
>Under Chequer play and Cube decisions choose: Expert (or World Class, or
>Settings / Evaluate
>Under Chequer play and Cube decisions choose: Expert (or World Class, or
>Then open a match, clear the analysis and analyse it again?
>Please keep me posted if you still have those weird results.
>----- Original Message ----- 
>From: "Mirori" <address@hidden>
>To: "Nardy Pillards" <address@hidden>
>Sent: Tuesday, June 17, 2003 5:27 AM
>Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Question about Analyze moving
>> Hi, Nardy,
>> The file I sent you was I played as worse as I could.
>> Please take a look at each move.
>> Thank you,
>> Mirori

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