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Old February 3rd 04, 05:47 AM
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Default Fritz 8 Sparring Setting ?

Do the Fritz 8 Sparring settings (normal, harder, etc) apply when
using other engines? For example, if you load and use Crafty, does the
Sparring setting work the same way it does with Fritz? It seems to me
that when using Crafty, with the Sparring setting set on Harder, the
program doesn't make an occasional mistake like it does when using the
Fritz engine.
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Old February 3rd 04, 07:49 AM
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Default Fritz 8 Sparring Setting ?

drummerman skrev:
Do the Fritz 8 Sparring settings (normal, harder, etc) apply when
using other engines? For example, if you load and use Crafty, does the
Sparring setting work the same way it does with Fritz? It seems to me
that when using Crafty, with the Sparring setting set on Harder, the
program doesn't make an occasional mistake like it does when using the
Fritz engine.


It should apply to all engines compiled as native CB-engines, but I
don't suspect it to work any near proberly with UCI's or WB's.
However, it may very well be that it works best with CB's "own" engines
- I haven't done a lot of reduced strenght testing myself.

HD

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