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Mon, 29 May 2006 23:33:10 +0200
congrats for winning in Torino. It was your turn and you deserved to
From: Achim Mueller <address@hidden>
Subject: Re: Re: [Bug-gnubg] GnuBG at Computer Olympics 2006
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Congratulation! I tried it twice in 2002 (Maastricht) and 2003
(Graz) but didn't succeed.
But it was not your fault for sure ;)
...although you gave me a rest for a refreshing "Apfelstrudel" ;))
I guess I will prepare some special nutrition for the next time
Yes, what a mess. Due to a crash the settings were lost. Although the
old AI got the win, so it did a better job ... LOL
For the records, BGBlitz is truly strong: it has been rated by gnubg
analysis in the 4 matches as 1997.4, 2004.5 2035.1 and 2025.4 (FIBS
rating) and in the first two matches, Frank used by mistake the "old"
engine (winning one of them anyway).
I hope that the next event will be not to far away and we'll met again.
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