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Old August 7th 03, 11:32 AM
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hi,

8/6Bp/6p1/2k1p3/4PPP1/1pb4P/8/2K5 b - - 0 1

curious about how much time your favorite engine takes to find ... b2

Brice


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Old August 7th 03, 12:57 PM
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How can I use this notation (8/6Bp/6p1/2k1p3/4PPP1/1pb4P/8/2K5 b - - 0 1)
Is there a way to introduce it to Fritz ?
Thanks


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hi,

8/6Bp/6p1/2k1p3/4PPP1/1pb4P/8/2K5 b - - 0 1

curious about how much time your favorite engine takes to find ... b2

Brice




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Old August 7th 03, 02:16 PM
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"JMR" wrote in rec.games.chess.computer:

How can I use this notation (8/6Bp/6p1/2k1p3/4PPP1/1pb4P/8/2K5 b - - 0 1)
Is there a way to introduce it to Fritz ?
Thanks



Copy the string (FEN) -using standard Windows knowledge I suppose you're
familiar with- start Fritz, hit S (for setup) and click on "paste FEN" OK
and it's on the board.

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Wellington: "By God, sir, so you have!"


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Old August 7th 03, 02:23 PM
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"Brice Allenbrand" wrote in rec.games.chess.computer:

hi,

8/6Bp/6p1/2k1p3/4PPP1/1pb4P/8/2K5 b - - 0 1

curious about how much time your favorite engine takes to find ... b2



8/6Bp/6p1/2k1p3/4PPP1/1pb4P/8/2K5 b - - 0 1

Analysis by Deep Sjeng 1.5:

1...b2+ 2.Kb1 Kd6 3.Bxe5+ Bxe5 4.fxe5+ Kxe5 5.Kxb2 Kxe4 6.g5 Kd3 7.Kb3 Ke3
-+ (-2.33) Depth: 3/10 00:00:00
-+ (-1.58) Depth: 5/17 00:00:00
1...h5 2.gxh5 exf4 3.Bxc3 gxh5 4.Bb2
-+ (-1.98) Depth: 5/17 00:00:00
(1.10) Depth: 6/20 00:00:00 74kN
1...Kd6 2.f5 b2+ 3.Kb1 Ke7 4.f6+ Kf7 5.g5 Bd4 6.h4
(-1.18) Depth: 6/20 00:00:00 100kN
(-1.27) Depth: 7/20 00:00:00 141kN
1...exf4
-+ (-1.58) Depth: 7/22 00:00:00 194kN
(-1.10) Depth: 8/24 00:00:00 210kN
1...b2+ 2.Kb1 Kd6 3.f5 Ke7 4.f6+ Kf7 5.g5 Bd4 6.h4 Bc3
(-1.14) Depth: 8/25 00:00:01 322kN, tb=1
1...Kd6
(-1.38) Depth: 8/25 00:00:01 410kN, tb=1
(-0.31) Depth: 17/40 00:01:48 62184kN, tb=4464
1...b2+ 2.Kb1 exf4 3.Bxc3 f3 4.Bd2 Kd4 5.Ba5 Kxe4 6.Bb6 Kd3 7.Kxb2 Ke2 8.g5
f2 9.Bxf2 Kxf2 10.Kc3 Kg3 11.Kd4 Kxh3 12.Ke5 Kg3 13.Ke6
(-1.11) Depth: 17/44 00:03:13 111354kN, tb=7847
(-1.13) Depth: 17/44 00:03:48 131756kN, tb=8738



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Uxbridge: "By God, sir, I've lost my leg!"
Wellington: "By God, sir, so you have!"


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Old August 7th 03, 03:59 PM
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Thanks, it woks fine.
o)

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"JMR" wrote in rec.games.chess.computer:

How can I use this notation (8/6Bp/6p1/2k1p3/4PPP1/1pb4P/8/2K5 b - - 0

1)
Is there a way to introduce it to Fritz ?
Thanks



Copy the string (FEN) -using standard Windows knowledge I suppose you're
familiar with- start Fritz, hit S (for setup) and click on "paste FEN"

OK
and it's on the board.

--
CeeBee


Uxbridge: "By God, sir, I've lost my leg!"
Wellington: "By God, sir, so you have!"


Google CeeBee @ www.geocities.com/ceebee_2



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