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Old August 13th 08, 08:34 AM posted to rec.games.chess.analysis,rec.games.chess.misc,alt.chess,rec.games.chess.computer,rec.games.chess.politics
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Default See your score of each move at GetClub.

Now, when playing with GetClub you will be shown the scores. So you
will know how much points GetClub is giving for your moves.

Whether you play Black or White It will show score of GetClub.

If GetClub is Pawn up the score will be 1.00
If GetClub is Knight up the score will be 3.00
If GetClub is Bishop up the score will be 3.00
If GetClub is Queen up the score will be 9.00

So you can see what score getclub is giving while analyzing. The
scores will be updated while analyzing the moves.

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Old August 13th 08, 09:12 PM posted to rec.games.chess.analysis,rec.games.chess.misc,alt.chess,rec.games.chess.computer
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Default See your score of each move at GetClub.

On Aug 13, 3:34*am, Sanny wrote:

Now, when playing with GetClub you will be shown the scores. So you
will know how much points GetClub is giving for your moves.

Whether you play Black or White It will show score of GetClub.

If GetClub is Pawn up the score will be 1.00
If GetClub is Knight up the score will be 3.00
If GetClub is Bishop up the score will be 3.00
If GetClub is Queen up the score will be 9.00

So you can see what score getclub is giving while analyzing. The
scores will be updated while analyzing the moves.



I certainly hope to did not forget to include
the possibility -- however remote -- that the
GC program may stand worse at some point.
That would lead to negative numbers, which
may not be a problem.

However, imagine if the score is absolutely,
dead-even, at zero; now your program cannot
divide by the score without catching a bug.


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Old August 14th 08, 07:03 AM posted to rec.games.chess.analysis,rec.games.chess.misc,alt.chess,rec.games.chess.computer
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Default See your score of each move at GetClub.

*However, imagine if the score is absolutely,
dead-even, at zero; now your program cannot
divide by the score without catching a bug.


There is no division only additions in the program. When the score is
equal it will show 0.00 or may be 0.05 giving a little benefit to
itself.

As GetClub always think the move it is making is the best so the score
will always be +0.20 extra given to getclub.

If score is positive like 0.55, 0.33 0.45 etc It means GetClub is at
advantage.

And when scores are negative say -1.0 means a pawn down, -0.55, -0.9
etc means GetClub is loosing.

GetClub is white / Black +ve means GetClub is at advantage and -ve
score means Human opponent is at advantage.

Bye
Sanny

Play Chess at: http://www.GetClub.com/Chess.html


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