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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Use of Two-Sided DB in matches

From: Michael Petch
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Use of Two-Sided DB in matches
Date: Sat, 05 Sep 2009 01:01:33 -0600
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I’m getting tired. All the lookaheads in this case will come right from the two sided database and have janowski applied to them (I forgot that we aren’t in a contact position for a moment – brain phart). All the evals should come really fast because of this (even on larger plies). On each lookahead the static evals from the database are reapplied with janowski up to the given ply.

One other thing I’d like to know. If you take the same position as a money game in XBG can you also post the results. I’d be curious to see how the values between a XBG’s money eval and Match eval differ.

On 05/09/09 12:38 AM, "Michael Petch" <address@hidden> wrote:

Not necessarily. Interestingly enough on one ply It says double/take but that based on the potential 21 rolls and their resultant equities (each that will also have janowski applied). It also assumes the cube is seen within the plies that are given.

I have a question for you. On simple 0 ply what are XBG’s results? Would you post them. I’d be curious.

On 05/09/09 12:11 AM, "Neil Robins" <address@hidden> wrote:

Surely, therefore, at least 1-ply or higher should see the recube and the then dead cube situation and go to the DB for an exact valid value.

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