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[Bug-gnubg] Reading the number of close or actual cube decisions from an
[Bug-gnubg] Reading the number of close or actual cube decisions from an sgf-file
Fri, 02 Dec 2005 01:31:49 +0100
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In the lines starting with (;FF of an sgf-file I am able to find almost
any information about a game that I need (for a project where I would
eventually estimate the impact of skill and luck on match and game
results), except the number of the close or actual cube decisions. Did I
observe this correctly, or is the information I seek stored somewhere
in these lines?
Consequently, I've tried to count the number I need from the analysis of
the move lines of the sgf-file according to the formula given in the
documentation. I've even looked up the source code, tried a lot of
thing, all to no avail. I can't seem to reproduce the right number from
these lines either.
The most striking problem is a game where I've cubed before the 3d
roll: The 1st one was the game's initial roll, the 2nd shows a
difference of -1.87% (double, take - no double), and then comes my
double (at -0,91 %). Makes 2 close or actual decisions according to the
formula, but the statistiscs for this game show only 1 close or actual
Can someone more knowledgeable than me please shed some light on this?
Thank you very much!
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