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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Unexpected results Gnu vs Gnu

From: Paul Hankin
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Unexpected results Gnu vs Gnu
Date: Fri, 1 Sep 2006 21:41:49 +0100

On 1 Sep 2006, at 21:30, Peter Carlson wrote:

Ran an interesting test. Gnu windows versus Gnu cli. Both use the same settings file, both I assume, use the same neuro net and libraries.

Ran gnu windows. Set player 0 to gnu with same eval as the eval settings Before and after each roll, copied matchid and postionid and pasted into the cli
requested a hint on the doubling and a hint 3 for the next moves
Played the moves given back as a hint by the cli in the windows game.

gnu windows beat the cli 16 to 5 over 10 games.
Why? Is there something obvious I am missing here? Is there a way to make this be more even so the results would be closer to 50/50.

This isn't an interesting test; 10 games is far too few to show any difference in skill between the two versions.

If you want closer results, play more matches.

Paul Hankin

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