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[gnugo-devel] Re: [computer-go] Strange games on CGOS

From: Don Dailey
Subject: [gnugo-devel] Re: [computer-go] Strange games on CGOS
Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2006 23:39:21 -0400

In Game 334564,  it's also not a server error - but it's an amazing

If 101. B g5  were allowed,  then it would exactly match the position
after 71. B e6.

After 71. B e6 was played a huge black group was captured, then a huge
white group was captured and yet history repeated itself.

You said Game 334565 has several KO's in it.  But there were no KO
violations allowed.  If so, where were they?

- Don


On Sun, 2006-10-22 at 03:48 +0200, Heiner Spies wrote:
> Hi all,
> who would be so kind as to tell me what's wrong
> with the attempted moves of gg_mirror at the end
> of the attached files? They have been judged loss
> due to illegal moves and contain this comment:
> black player error - KO attempted   move: A5  // resp. G5 //
> Is that some superko rule striking? But which one?
> Game 334565 indeed has several KOs in it.
> Is there a go rule vetoing making another one?
> Game 334634 to me seems more like a server error.
> gg_mirror basically is "gnugo --mirror", playing
> mirror moves if possible, gnugo's best moves otherwise.
> happy GO - ing
> Heiner
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