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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Windows development/test build released

From: Neural Gnat
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Windows development/test build released
Date: Sat, 16 Mar 2013 20:00:04 +0000
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I've just re-analysed a 1000-game money session that I did about a week ago with 2012's World Class versus Casual. This new test version has found 1839 doubtful moves, 304 bad moves and 247 very bad moves, knocking the mainstream version down from Supernatural to World Class (-4.0).

The question is, how do you determine which of those opinions are correct? Dare I mention XG? ;o)

Another question is, how do I get these two versions playing each other? I tried the "socket" players a few years ago but, with no instructions, no result and no feedback from GnuBg, I soon gave up.

Michael Petch wrote:
Howdy All,

As a prelude to making Philippe Michel's neural net modifications (a new
weights file etc) main stream, I have built a development build so that
people can try it out.

It is available here:


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