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Default Perfect Computer vs Computer Chess Game?

On FICS ( I run "AIChess" and "DeepThoughtII" computer
chess accounts...

Both are very strong with minimum computer resources, outplaying anybody on
LOW cpu priority setting
running in background of Apache web server housed in an old "$20.00" 500MHz
PIII computer...


"pialogue" wrote in message
What is the best way to have two deep/multiprocessor computer chess
programs play each other at their respective optimal playing level and
processor allotment? In other words, what various consumer-level
hardware configurations are there for playing the best AND fastest
chess game possible? Can you go any higher than 8 processors per
program at the consumer level (easily available or orderable)? Single
computer or multiple? Is there a particular custom or customizable
computer platform for such a purpose? Like two "rack" computer/
servers? I am looking for a way to produce the PERFECT chess game or
at least analyze the nature of such a thing. )

Also, what two computer chess programs (or two copies of the same
program) would you pit against each other for such a "Perfect Chess
Game" purpose?


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