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[gnugo-devel] Re: gnugo-devel Digest, Vol 42, Issue 22

From: John Tromp
Subject: [gnugo-devel] Re: gnugo-devel Digest, Vol 42, Issue 22
Date: Mon, 29 May 2006 19:52:59 +0000

GnuGo won both games against Jimmy
with the settings
gogui -program "gnugo --mode gtp --chinese-rules --play-out-aftermath
--never-resign --clock 3520 --autolevel --komi 6.5 --boardsize 19 -M
gogui -program "gnugo --mode gtp --chinese-rules --play-out-aftermath
--never-resign --level 14  --komi 6.5 --boardsize 19 -M 512"
In the first case, it used a total of onlz 6 minutes, that's why I changed
to level 14.
It still used onlz a fraction of the available time.

It hen scored one win and one loss against Aya, displaying some incredible
I was happy to watch these games run under twogtp:
address@hidden:~$ WHITE="gnugo --mode gtp --chinese-rules
--play-out-aftermath --never-resign --level 15  --komi 6.5 --boardsize
19 -M 512"
address@hidden:~$ BLACK="netgtp 5555"
address@hidden:~$ TWOGTP="twogtp -black \"$BLACK\" -white \"$WHITE\"
-games 2 -size 19 -alternate -sgffile gnugo-aya"
address@hidden:~$ gogui -size 19 -program "$TWOGTP" -computer-both -auto

I attach the game records.
Thanks to Alain for the preparation of the GnuGo PC.


Attachment: gnugo-jimmy
Description: Binary data

Attachment: jimmy-gnugo
Description: Binary data

Attachment: gnugo-aya-0.sgf
Description: application/go-sgf

Attachment: gnugo-aya-1.sgf
Description: application/go-sgf

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