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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Computer Olympiad

From: Joseph Heled
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Computer Olympiad
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2007 09:54:18 +1200

I am sure this Olympiad thingy is real fun, but I still hope that at
that day and age we can organize a serious and meaningful match
between the two, if a match is what we want.

I suspect that it would be close to impossible to determine which is
better in a match, ans even a 100 difference in rating may require
tens of thousand of matches if not more.

But we can make a start, assuming BGBlitz can be driven by a command
line/script, and arrange a running ongoing match. I can even find now
some time on the university machines, but very limited time as I am
consumed in my PhD.


On 6/19/07, Frank Berger <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi Adrian,

> Yes, that's right. The games were played on Nardy's laptop and Frank's
> ibook.
> I think that Frank will have the most complete copies as there were
> some PC
> glitches along the way.
Yes, I assembled the matches at night ;)) I just doesn't have the
GnuBG - McGammon matches.

> Would you be able to share the files in a format importable by GNU
> please.

Sure the links are in my previous mail. It's as matfiles and I can
provide  them as old moves files too.


In any case I included the links:



As matfiles

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