Father versus Fruit 2.3.5h Marzo 16 2008. Holy Week Sunday

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Dr.Wael Deeb
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Re: Father versus Fruit 2.3.5h Marzo 16 2008. Holy Week Sund

Post by Dr.Wael Deeb » Tue Mar 18, 2008 6:42 pm

playjunior wrote:
Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:
skoony wrote:hi zlatnik,
this is just a simple parlor trick.
everyonce in a while you get a locked position and just shuffle pieces.
the programs analysis does'nt get it.
a human would just stop the clock and request the arbritrator
the declare the draw.
the machine does'nt know how to do it.
after another hundred games or so he'll have another one of these so called wins.
regards
mike
Ultra well said Mike,but this particular human keeps showing his stupid "wins"....
Even worse-if he plays offline he is never gonna win; he uses this some pre-move+lag trick to flag the comp.
Edit: According to FIDE rules, you cannot REQUEST a draw in such a position. There is 50 move rule for that. I can shuffle my pieces for 49 moves, make you short of time, and then push a pawn.
I am glad that there are people that understand good this monkey circus alike trick....
_No one can hit as hard as life.But it ain’t about how hard you can hit.It’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward.How much you can take and keep moving forward….

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Re: Father versus Fruit 2.3.5h ......AHEM>.............

Post by Nimzovik » Wed Mar 19, 2008 3:03 am

Deep sigh........ Let me pay homage to some points of your perspective -parlor trick etc. so that you just might be able to assimilate what I was endeavoring to convey. YES! Pablo's tactics do rely on time tactics in a blocked postion. No debate. Yes ! Pablo could not beat GM ANNAND! No rocket scientist needed to understand this! :roll: Say what you like about the play chess server.....Sheeeesh! What I AM saying is that Pablo has demonstrated that compuers at this juncture of the art do not grasp certain concepts that humans do. Is that really that difficult to perceive? I really am NOT trashing anyone's favorite program here.... I for one do have a certain penchant for the bizzare which Pablo employs. No need to attack the man! His perspective, his concepts that he uses to draw programs is the veritable 'fly in the ointment' that gives food for thought to programmers in some small way. Nuff said 8-)

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Holy Sacred Sagrado santo Sacre geheiligt sacro Sunday Woche

Post by Father » Wed Mar 19, 2008 3:28 am

Alex.

I-yo-je-ich-io estar am etre sein essere troughout completamente partout dans, ganz dovunque with con avec mit con your[/b tus ton Ihr tuo words[/b palabras parole Wort parola.

Aleixandre Vicente 1898-1984 Span. poet.
Alexander Russ Aleksandr
name of 3 emps. of Russia:
I 1777-1825(reigned 1801-25);
II 1818-1881(reigned 1855-81);
III 1845-1894 (reigned 1881-94)


Alejandro.!!!

Muchas gracias por tu comentario y palabras. La verdad, es que, solo he jugado un único partido contra Fruit en mi vida, y lo gané.
Una máquina que calculó más de ocho millones de posiciones por segundo, y no les fue suficiente. La verdad es que para mi, en las circunstancias actuales de la vida, luego de observar tantas cosas complejas en la historia de la humanidad, resultó esta experiencia ser un simple estimulo. De ahí ello de el titulo del post: “ En Semana Santa, la Semana Mayor, es posible ganar a la maquina,” aun el día domingo.Hay un énfasis especial en la fecha en que se ha jugado y ha ganado. Un día especial, un ser humano normal, simple amateur y una maquina extraordinaria. Todo junto, para mostrar que la maquina ha perdido. Y en el score general, el humano que por simple hobby player va en punta. Que irónica es la vida.

With best respect,

Pablo Ignacio Restrepo
I am thinking chess is in a coin.Human beings for ever playing in one face.Now I am playing in the other face:"Antichess". Computers are as a fortres where owner forgot to close a little door behind. You must enter across this door.Forget the front.

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Post by Ovyron » Wed Mar 19, 2008 3:55 am

Father wrote:La verdad, es que, solo he jugado un único partido contra Fruit en mi vida, y lo gané.
Translation: "I've only played one game against Fruit, in my life, and I won it."

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Re: Father versus Fruit 2.3.5h ......AHEM>.............

Post by Father » Wed Mar 19, 2008 3:58 am

ALEX.
"God have gotten a great talent to GM ANNAND", and he(ANNAND) has worked hard his gift, present, or special ability;
but in my humble opinion, the best element and good example of ANNAND, is his own spirit, is that he has humilty as a human being, as a real VIP member of the human being family.

When a simple donkey as I am, has won a Top Machine, probably,
it has been a simple oportunity for us, to see again, that as a simple pawn as I am, God does not need from Kings, Queens, Rooks, and Bishops, for being telling to us, something, as a simple message.

Finally I am sure, that animals, are many times, superiors, to human beings, becouse, they(animals) are not traped in midle " of the selfish, wars, pans, hate,loathe,despise,detest,contemn,scorn,abominate,abhor,exacrate,disdain.

What importan is the love !!!!!!! All end, love never end, ever will be, love
I am thinking chess is in a coin.Human beings for ever playing in one face.Now I am playing in the other face:"Antichess". Computers are as a fortres where owner forgot to close a little door behind. You must enter across this door.Forget the front.

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'' Naum 3: 18.1 ply; 4.859kN/s Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU @

Post by Father » Wed Mar 19, 2008 1:43 pm

'' Naum 3: 18.1 ply; 4.859kN/s Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU @ 2.40GHz 2448MHz, (4 threads)

Other game and example:
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[Event "Rated game, 5m + 0s"]
[Site "Engine Room"]
[Date "2008.03.19"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Father"]
[Black "Jernjoffen"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "A45"]
[WhiteElo "2062"]
[BlackElo "2565"]
[Annotator "RESTREPO,PABLO"]
[PlyCount "524"]
[EventDate "2008.03.19"]
[BlackTeam "'' Naum 3: 18.1 ply; 4.859kN/s Intel(R) Core("]
[TimeControl "300"]

1. d4 {2} Nf6 {B/0 0} 2. e3 {1} g6 {0.06/16 12} 3. c3 {(Nf3) 1} d5 {-0.27/16 5}
4. f4 {(Bd3) 2} Nc6 {-0.37/15 6} 5. Nf3 {1} Qd6 {-0.31/15 5} 6. Bd3 {1} Bg7 {
-0.26/15 5} 7. O-O {1} Bf5 {-0.13/14 9} 8. Re1 {(Bxf5) 1} Qe6 {-0.28/12 6} 9.
Qc2 {1} Bxd3 {-0.23/14 3} 10. Qxd3 {1} Qf5 {-0.21/15 8} 11. Qe2 {(Qxf5) 2} O-O
{-0.19/14 5} 12. Nbd2 {(c4) 1} a6 {-0.16/13 11} 13. Nf1 {(Ne5) 1} h5 {
-0.31/14 4} 14. Ng3 {(Ng5) 1} Qg4 {-0.19/16 4} 15. Ng5 {(Ne5) 6} Rfd8 {
-0.25/14 4} 16. Qxg4 {4} Nxg4 {-0.19/17 0} 17. h4 {(h3) 5} Bf6 {-0.40/15 9} 18.
Nf3 {2} e6 {-0.39/15 1} 19. Nf1 {(e4) 3} a5 {-0.59/15 6} 20. g3 {(e4) 1} Bg7 {
-0.55/13 5} 21. N1h2 {(N1d2) 1} Nf6 {-0.62/15 3} 22. Bd2 {(Ng5) 1} Ne7 {
-0.86/14 6} 23. Re2 {1} Ne4 {-0.79/15 3} 24. Be1 {2} Nf5 {-0.74/15 3} 25. Kg2 {
2} Bf6 {-0.67/15 4} 26. Nf1 {(Nd2) 1} a4 {-0.76/14 2} 27. a3 {(Rc1) 1} Nfd6 {
-0.69/14 3} 28. N3d2 {(N1d2) 1} Kg7 {-0.76/14 3} 29. Nxe4 {1} dxe4 {-0.74/15 1}
30. Kh2 {(Nd2) 4} Rdc8 {-0.80/15 6} 31. Kg2 {(Rc2) 1} c5 {-0.80/16 3} 32. Ra2 {
(Bf2) 3} Ra5 {-0.89/15 2} 33. Nd2 {5} Rb5 {-0.80/17 0} 34. Nf1 {(Bf2) 2} Rc6 {
-0.98/14 2} 35. Kf2 {(Bf2) 1} Nc4 {-0.97/15 4} 36. Rd2 {(Kg2) 15} Nxd2 {
-2.04/16 2} 37. Bxd2 {(Nxd2) 1} c4 {-2.42/14 2} 38. Bc1 {3} Be7 {-2.39/21 5}
39. Nd2 {2} f5 {-2.39/20 12} 40. Nf1 {(Ra1) 1} Bd6 {-2.32/15 3} 41. Ke2 {
(Ra1) 1} Ra5 {-2.29/13 2} 42. Ke1 {(Kd1) 2} Rd5 {-2.26/13 2} 43. Ke2 {(Kd1) 0}
Ra6 {-2.20/15 3} 44. Bd2 {(Nd2) 1} Kf6 {-2.15/16 2} 45. Bc1 {(Be1) 1} Rb5 {
-2.25/13 2} 46. Ke1 {(Kd1) 3} Rab6 {-2.25/15 2} 47. Ke2 {(Kd1) 0} Bc7 {
-2.21/17 3} 48. Ke1 {(Kd1) 1} Ke7 {-2.22/17 2} 49. Ke2 {(Kd1) 0} Kd6 {
-2.22/18 2} 50. Ke1 {(Kd1) 0} Kc6 {-2.32/18 1} 51. Ke2 {(Kd1) 0} Bd8 {
-2.29/18 1} 52. Kf2 {(Kd2) 0} Rd5 {-2.38/16 2} 53. Kg2 {(Ke1) 1} Be7 {
-2.32/18 6} 54. Kh3 {(Kf2) 1} Rd8 {-2.48/17 1} 55. Kg2 {(Bd2) 1} Rb5 {
-2.47/17 3} 56. Kf2 {(Nd2) 0} Kd5 {-2.32/16 3} 57. Ke2 {0} Bf6 {-2.28/16 1} 58.
Ke1 {(Bd2) 1} Ra5 {-2.29/15 1} 59. Ke2 {(Bd2) 0} Rda8 {-2.27/15 1} 60. Ke1 {
(Bd2) 1} R5a7 {-2.29/13 2} 61. Ke2 {(Kd1) 0} Rc8 {-2.27/11 1} 62. Ke1 {(Bd2) 0}
Ra6 {-2.29/15 1} 63. Ke2 {0} Rb6 {-2.28/18 1} 64. Ke1 {(Bd2) 1} Ra8 {-2.29/15 1
} 65. Ke2 {(Kd1) 0} Ra5 {-2.29/16 1} 66. Kd2 {(Kd1) 1} Kc6 {-2.28/17 1} 67. Kc2
{0} Rd5 {-2.28/20 1} 68. Bd2 {1} Ra6 {-2.28/21 2} 69. Be1 {0} Kb5 {-2.27/20 1}
70. Ra1 {(Nd2) 1} Rd8 {-2.27/18 1} 71. Ra2 {(Nd2) 0} Rc6 {-2.28/17 1} 72. Ra1 {
(Nd2) 0} Be7 {-2.27/18 1} 73. Rd1 {(Nd2) 1} Rd5 {-2.28/15 1} 74. Rd2 {(Nd2) 1}
Rc8 {-2.28/16 1} 75. Rh2 {(Rd1) 0} Bf6 {-2.28/15 0} 76. Bd2 {(Bf2) 2} Rd6 {
-2.28/16 0} 77. Bc1 {(Be1) 0} Rf8 {-2.28/16 2} 78. Rh3 {(Bd2) 1} Rd7 {
-2.28/14 1} 79. Rh2 {0} Rc8 {-2.28/18 0} 80. Rh3 {(Bd2) 0} Be7 {-2.28/13 1} 81.
Rh2 {(Bd2) 0} Re8 {-2.28/17 1} 82. Rh3 {(Bd2) 0} Rd5 {-2.28/15 1} 83. Rh2 {
(Bd2) 0} Bd6 {-2.27/13 3} 84. Rh3 {(Bd2) 1} b6 {-2.29/13 1} 85. Rh1 {(Bd2) 0}
Be7 {-2.27/15 1} 86. Rh3 {(Bd2) 0} Ra8 {-2.28/14 0} 87. Rh1 {(Bd2) 0} Rd7 {
-2.28/13 0} 88. Rh3 {(Bd2) 0} Rg8 {-2.28/13 1} 89. Rh1 {(Bd2) 0} Bf6 {
-2.27/11 1} 90. Rh3 {(Bd2) 0} Re8 {-2.28/13 0} 91. Rh1 {(Bd2) 0} Rc8 {
-2.27/11 1} 92. Rh3 {(Bd2) 0} Bg7 {-2.28/13 0} 93. Bd2 {1} Ra8 {-2.27/15 0} 94.
Rh1 {(Be1) 1} Rd5 {-2.25/11 1} 95. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Rh8 {-2.27/13 0} 96. Rh1 {
(Rh2) 1} Bf6 {-2.26/15 0} 97. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Rd6 {-2.26/13 1} 98. Rh1 {(Be1) 1}
Ra8 {-2.26/15 0} 99. Rh2 {(Be1) 1} Rd7 {-2.27/12 0} 100. Rg2 {(Be1) 1} Rc8 {
-2.26/11 1} 101. Rh2 {0} Rdd8 {-2.26/15 1} 102. Rg2 {(Be1) 0} Rd5 {-2.26/14 0}
103. Rh2 {0} Rd7 {-2.26/18 1} 104. Rg2 {(Be1) 0} Ka5 {-2.26/13 0} 105. Rh2 {0}
Rcd8 {-2.26/18 0} 106. Rg2 {(Be1) 0} Kb5 {-2.26/15 0} 107. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Rc7 {
-2.26/12 0} 108. Rg2 {(Be1) 0} Rb7 {-2.26/15 0} 109. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Ra7 {
-2.26/15 0} 110. Rg2 {(Be1) 0} Ra6 {-2.26/15 0} 111. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Raa8 {
-2.26/15 0} 112. Rg2 {(Be1) 0} Bg7 {-2.26/16 0} 113. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Rac8 {
-2.26/16 0} 114. Rg2 {(Be1) 0} Rb8 {-2.26/17 0} 115. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Rb7 {
-2.26/14 0} 116. Rg2 {(Be1) 0} Rf7 {-2.26/17 0} 117. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Bf6 {
-2.26/16 0} 118. Rg2 {(Be1) 0} Rdd7 {-2.26/16 0} 119. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Rfe7 {
-2.26/15 0} 120. Rg2 {(Be1) 0} Rg7 {-2.26/17 0} 121. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Rd6 {
-2.26/15 0} 122. Rg2 {(Be1) 0} Rh7 {-2.26/15 0} 123. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Rd8 {
-2.26/14 0} 124. Rh3 {(Be1) 1} Ra8 {-2.26/11 0} 125. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Ra6 {
-2.26/14 0} 126. Rh3 {(Rg2) 0} Raa7 {-2.26/14 0} 127. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Ra8 {
-2.26/13 1} 128. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Rb7 {-2.26/11 1} 129. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Bh8 {
-2.26/9 1} 130. Rh3 {(Rg2) 1} Ka5 {-2.26/8 0} 131. Rh2 {(Rh1) 1} Rd8 {
-2.21/11 1} 132. Rh3 {(Rh1) 0} b5 {-2.14/13 0} 133. Rh2 {(Be1) 1} Bf6 {
-2.20/12 0} 134. Rh3 {(Be1) 1} Kb6 {-2.12/13 0} 135. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Ra8 {
-2.18/10 0} 136. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Rc7 {-2.13/12 0} 137. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Kc6 {
-2.13/12 0} 138. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Rd8 {-2.15/9 0} 139. Rh2 {1} Ra7 {-2.11/17 1}
140. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Re7 {-2.13/10 0} 141. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Kb7 {-2.12/13 0} 142.
Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Red7 {-2.12/13 0} 143. Rh2 {0} Kb6 {-2.12/18 1} 144. Rh3 {(Be1) 0
} Be7 {-2.12/11 0} 145. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Bd6 {-2.12/11 0} 146. Rh3 {(Be1) 1} Kb7 {
-2.12/9 0} 147. Rh2 {(Rh1) 1} Re7 {-2.13/10 0} 148. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Kc6 {
-2.13/9 0} 149. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Rg7 {-2.12/11 0} 150. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Kd5 {
-2.12/11 0} 151. Rh2 {(Be1) 1} Ra7 {-2.12/9 0} 152. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Rb7 {
-2.12/9 0} 153. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Rf7 {-2.12/12 0} 154. Rh3 {(Be1) 1} Rc8 {
-2.13/10 0} 155. Rh2 {(Be1) 1} Rh7 {-2.12/11 0} 156. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Be7 {
-2.12/11 0} 157. Be1 {1} Bf6 {-2.12/19 0} 158. Nd2 {2} Ra7 {-2.12/21 1} 159.
Nb1 {(Bf2) 1} Rb7 {-2.12/11 0} 160. Bd2 {(Nd2) 0} Kc6 {-2.13/10 0} 161. Rh2 {
(Be1) 1} Rcb8 {-2.13/10 0} 162. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Rc7 {-2.13/10 0} 163. Rh2 {
(Be1) 0} Kd5 {-2.12/12 0} 164. Rh3 {(Be1) 1} Rd7 {-2.12/11 0} 165. Rh2 {(Be1) 0
} Rd6 {-2.13/10 0} 166. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Rh8 {-2.12/11 0} 167. Rh2 {(Be1) 1} Rhd8
{-2.12/12 0} 168. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Rc6 {-2.12/14 0} 169. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Rd7 {
-2.12/13 0} 170. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Rc8 {-2.12/11 0} 171. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Kd6 {
-2.12/9 0} 172. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Rf8 {-2.12/12 0} 173. Rh2 {(Be1) 1} Ra8 {
-2.12/11 0} 174. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Kd5 {-2.12/11 0} 175. Rh2 {(Be1) 1} Be7 {
-2.12/11 0} 176. Rh3 {(Be1) 1} Bd6 {-2.12/9 0} 177. Rh2 {(Be1) 1} Re8 {
-2.08/9 1} 178. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Kc6 {-2.02/7 0} 179. Rh2 {(Be1) 0} Red8 {
-1.84/6 0} 180. Rh3 {(Be1) 0} Be7 {-1.57/8 0} 181. Rh2 {1} e5 {-1.17/15 0} 182.
dxe5 {(fxe5) 6} Rd3 {-2.02/11 0} 183. Re2 {(Rh1) 2} Kd5 {-1.73/9 0} 184. Rh2 {
(Be1) 1} Bc5 {-2.05/12 0} 185. Re2 {1} Ke6 {-2.05/20 0} 186. Re1 {1} Bb6 {
-2.05/21 0} 187. Re2 {0} R8d7 {-2.05/21 0} 188. Re1 {0} Ba7 {-2.05/21 0} 189.
Re2 {(Kc1) 0} Bc5 {-2.05/12 0} 190. Re1 {(Kc1) 0} Rd8 {-2.05/12 0} 191. Re2 {
(Kc1) 0} Re8 {-2.05/10 0} 192. Re1 {0} Rc8 {-2.05/21 0} 193. Re2 {0} Rc7 {
-2.05/21 0} 194. Re1 {(Kd1) 0} Rcd7 {-2.05/12 0} 195. Re2 {(Kc1) 1} Re7 {
-2.05/10 0} 196. Re1 {1} Ba7 {-2.05/21 0} 197. Re2 {(Kd1) 0} Rc7 {-2.05/12 0}
198. Re1 {(Kc1) 0} Rb7 {-2.05/14 0} 199. Re2 {(Kc1) 0} Bc5 {-2.05/13 0} 200.
Re1 {0} Bb6 {-2.05/22 0} 201. Re2 {(Kd1) 0} Rc7 {-2.05/9 0} 202. Re1 {0} Ra7 {
-2.05/22 0} 203. Re2 {(Kd1) 0} Rb7 {-2.05/12 0} 204. Re1 {1} Rf7 {-2.05/23 0}
205. Kd1 {7} Ba7 {-2.05/25 0} 206. Ke2 {(Re2) 1} Bc5 {-2.05/16 0} 207. Rh1 {
(Rd1) 4} Rb7 {-2.05/10 0} 208. Rf1 {(Rd1) 1} Rg7 {-2.05/11 0} 209. Rh1 {(Rd1) 0
} Rgd7 {-2.05/16 0} 210. Rg1 {4} Rd8 {-2.05/24 0} 211. Rh1 {1} R3d7 {-2.05/22 0
} 212. Rg1 {(Rh2) 1} Rd5 {-2.05/9 0} 213. Rh1 {(Rd1) 0} Rd3 {-2.05/14 0} 214.
Rg1 {(Re1) 1} Ra8 {-2.05/15 0} 215. Rh1 {(Rf1) 0} Ra7 {-2.05/12 0} 216. Rg1 {
(Rd1) 0} Rh7 {-2.05/11 0} 217. Rh1 {(Rd1) 0} Rg7 {-2.05/11 0} 218. Rg1 {(Re1) 1
} Rgd7 {-2.05/13 0} 219. Rh1 {0} Bb6 {-2.05/18 0} 220. Rg1 {(Rf1) 1} Rd8 {
-2.05/9 0} 221. Rh1 {(Rf1) 0} Rc8 {-2.05/10 0} 222. Rg1 {(Rc1) 0} Ba7 {
-2.05/12 0} 223. Rh1 {(Rd1) 0} Rg8 {-2.05/10 0} 224. Rg1 {(Rf1) 0} Rgd8 {
-2.05/10 0} 225. Rh1 {(Re1) 0} Rh8 {-2.05/12 0} 226. Rg1 {(Rd1) 1} Bb6 {
-2.02/10 0} 227. Rh1 {(Bc1) 0} Rf8 {-1.94/8 0} 228. Rh2 {(Rc1) 0} Kd5 {
-1.92/7 0} 229. Rh1 {(Kf2) 0} Rf7 {-0.74/10 0} 230. Rh2 {1} Ke6 {-0.71/19 0}
231. Rh1 {(Rf2) 1} g5 {-0.75/14 0} 232. hxg5 {1} Rh7 {-0.74/19 0} 233. Rh4 {
(Bc1) 1} Kf7 {-0.74/14 0} 234. Bc1 {(Kf2) 9} Kg6 {-0.75/10 0} 235. Bd2 {(Rh3) 1
} Rh8 {-0.75/14 0} 236. Bc1 {1} Bc5 {-0.75/19 0} 237. Bd2 {(Rh2) 1} Rd7 {
-0.75/9 0} 238. Bc1 {(Rh1) 1} Re8 {-0.75/11 0} 239. Bd2 {0} Rd3 {-0.75/20 0}
240. Bc1 {(Rh1) 1} Rd5 {-0.75/9 0} 241. Bd2 {(Rh1) 0} Rh8 {-0.75/11 0} 242. Bc1
{(Rh1) 1} Rhd8 {-0.75/8 0} 243. Bd2 {(Rh1) 0} R5d7 {-0.75/9 0} 244. Rh2 {
(Rh1) 2} Re7 {-0.75/11 0} 245. Rh4 {(Rh1) 0} Rb7 {-0.75/13 0} 246. Bc1 {(Rh1) 1
} Rh7 {-0.75/9 0} 247. Bd2 {(Rh1) 1} Rc7 {-0.75/10 0} 248. Bc1 {(Rh1) 1} Bb6 {
-0.75/9 0} 249. Bd2 {(Rh2) 1} Rd3 {-0.75/11 0} 250. Rh3 {(Rh1) 2} Ra7 {
-0.75/12 0} 251. Rh4 {(Rh2) 1} Ra8 {-0.75/11 0} 252. Rh3 {(Rh2) 1} Ba7 {
-0.75/11 0} 253. Rh4 {(Rh1) 0} Re8 {-0.75/12 0} 254. Rh3 {(Rh2) 1} Rc8 {
-0.75/9 0} 255. Rh4 {(Kf2) 0} Rc7 {-0.75/10 0} 256. Bc1 {(Rh1) 1} Bc5 {
-0.65/9 0} 257. Bd2 {1} Rd8 {-0.72/18 0} 258. Bc1 {(Rh1) 1} Rcd7 {-0.82/8 0}
259. Bd2 {(Rh1) 1} Ra8 {-0.77/9 0} 260. Bc1 {(Rh1) 1} Rad8 {-0.70/9 0} 261. Bd2
{1} Ra8 {-0.73/19 0} 262. Bc1 {(Rh1) 1} Rad8 {
(Lag: Av=0.63s, max=2.0s) -0.65/9 0} 1/2-1/2

3r4/3r4/6k1/1pb1PpPp/p1p1pP1R/P1P1P1P1/1P2K3/1NB5 w - - 0 263
I am thinking chess is in a coin.Human beings for ever playing in one face.Now I am playing in the other face:"Antichess". Computers are as a fortres where owner forgot to close a little door behind. You must enter across this door.Forget the front.

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Re: Father versus Fruit 2.3.5h ......AHEM>.............

Post by Nimzovik » Wed Mar 19, 2008 2:28 pm

You are welcome Pablo. Truth is truth and must be presented. :wink: Yours in Christ....Alex

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Re: Father versus Fruit 2.3.5h ......AHEM>.............

Post by skoony » Thu Mar 20, 2008 4:05 pm

the truth is that this little computer chess program glitch has been
around since the first chess programs were made.
many people over the years have exploited it,and its well known
to all the programers.
its not worth the effort to craete any anti blocking code as
any serious player uses programs to improve.
not play parlor games.
you can teach anyone this anti-comp stuff.
it is no achievment at all.
if thats your claim to fame,get in line.
there are many,many ahead of you.
regards,
mike
by the time i get there,i'll be there.

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Re: Father versus Fruit 2.3.5h ......AHEM>.............

Post by Dr.Wael Deeb » Thu Mar 20, 2008 4:24 pm

skoony wrote:the truth is that this little computer chess program glitch has been
around since the first chess programs were made.
many people over the years have exploited it,and its well known
to all the programers.
its not worth the effort to craete any anti blocking code as
any serious player uses programs to improve.
not play parlor games.
you can teach anyone this anti-comp stuff.
it is no achievment at all.
if thats your claim to fame,get in line.
there are many,many ahead of you.
regards,
mike
Indeed Mike,I am sure that 2-3 hours are enough to teach my parrot to do what Pablo's do :D
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Re: Father versus Fruit 2.3.5h ......AHEM>.............

Post by playjunior » Thu Mar 20, 2008 6:03 pm

Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:
skoony wrote:the truth is that this little computer chess program glitch has been
around since the first chess programs were made.
many people over the years have exploited it,and its well known
to all the programers.
its not worth the effort to craete any anti blocking code as
any serious player uses programs to improve.
not play parlor games.
you can teach anyone this anti-comp stuff.
it is no achievment at all.
if thats your claim to fame,get in line.
there are many,many ahead of you.
regards,
mike
Indeed Mike,I am sure that 2-3 hours are enough to teach my parrot to do what Pablo's do :D
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