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Which engines find the winning Qe1! ?

Post by George Tsavdaris » Sun Sep 23, 2007 10:30 pm

Which engines find the winning Qe1! in the Rybka-Zappa 4th game?

I tried many engines for about 20 minutes each.
I have the "old series" of engines(Hiarcs 8, Deep Fritz 8, Gambit Tiger 2, Junior 8, Shredder10, Rybka 1.2 etc) but none of them i tried solved it. I did not try all engines but i'm still trying....

Only the old Glaurung 1.2.1 surprisingly solves it very very fast(about 10 seconds)!

But what about the new monsters like Rybka 2.x, Hiarcs 11, Fritz 10, Junior 10, Naum 2, etc series ?
Is Zappa Mexico the only one along with Glaurung that finds it?

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Re: Which engines find the winning Qe1! ?

Post by AdminX » Sun Sep 23, 2007 11:00 pm

2br4/4r2k/1P1p4/3P3p/1Q2P1P1/4KP2/8/8 w - - 0 1

Analysis by Ruffian 2.1.0:

1.Qe1 Rb7 2.Qh4 Rf8 3.Qxh5+ Kg7 4.Qg5+ Kf7 5.Qf4+ Ke7 6.Qg5+ Kf7
= (0.00) Depth: 13/28 00:00:07 5932kN
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Re: Which engines find the winning Qe1! ?

Post by Chris Taylor » Sun Sep 23, 2007 11:21 pm

New game, 40'/40+40'/40+40'
2br4/4r2k/1P1p4/3P3p/1Q2P1P1/4KP2/8/8 w - - 0 1

Analysis by CM9000 R1:AMD 4600

1.gxh5 Bb7 2.Qd4 Re5 3.f4 Rxh5
± (1.09) Depth: 3 00:00:00
± (0.97) Depth: 5 00:00:00
1.Qe1 Rf8 2.Qh4 Ref7 3.Qxh5+ Kg7 4.Qg5+ Kh7 5.f4 Rxf4 6.Qxf4 Rxf4 7.Kxf4 Kg6 8.e5 dxe5+ 9.Kxe5 Bxg4
± (1.16) Depth: 5 00:00:00
± (1.22) Depth: 10 00:00:02 1013kN
1.gxh5 Bb7 2.Qd2 Rf8 3.Kd4 Rg7 4.Qh2 Rf6 5.f4 Rf8 6.f5
± (1.34) Depth: 10 00:00:04 2018kN
± (1.26) Depth: 11 00:00:05 2755kN
1.Qe1 Rf8 2.Qh4 Ref7 3.Qxh5+ Kg7 4.Qg5+ Kh7 5.f4 Rxf4 6.Qxf4 Rxf4 7.Kxf4 Kg7 8.e5 dxe5+ 9.Kxe5 Bb7 10.Kd6 Kf6 11.Kc7 Bxd5
± (1.29) Depth: 11 00:00:07 3426kN
+- (1.49) Depth: 15 00:06:20 189mN

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New game, 40'/40+40'/40+40'
2br4/4r2k/1P1p4/3P3p/1Q2P1P1/4KP2/8/8 w - - 0 1

Analysis by ProDeo 1.5:

1.gxh5 Kh6 2.Qb2 Kxh5 3.f4 Rg8
+- (2.25) Depth: 1 00:00:00
+- (2.07) Depth: 6 00:00:00 17kN
1.Qe1 Bxg4 2.Qh4 Rde8 3.fxg4 Rxe4+ 4.Kd3 Re3+ 5.Kd4
+- (2.52) Depth: 6 00:00:00 22kN
+- (2.49) Depth: 8 00:00:00 129kN
1.gxh5 Kh6 2.Qc3 Rf7 3.f4 Bg4 4.Qc6 Kxh5 5.f5
+- (2.55) Depth: 8 00:00:00 174kN
+- (2.82) Depth: 9 00:00:00 343kN
1.Qe1 Bxg4 2.Qh4 Rde8 3.Qf6
+- (2.90) Depth: 9 00:00:00 523kN
+- (3.59) Depth: 16 00:07:11 829mN

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Re: Which engines find the winning Qe1! ?

Post by George Tsavdaris » Sun Sep 23, 2007 11:23 pm

AdminX wrote:2br4/4r2k/1P1p4/3P3p/1Q2P1P1/4KP2/8/8 w - - 0 1

Analysis by Ruffian 2.1.0:

1.Qe1 Rb7 2.Qh4 Rf8 3.Qxh5+ Kg7 4.Qg5+ Kf7 5.Qf4+ Ke7 6.Qg5+ Kf7
= (0.00) Depth: 13/28 00:00:07 5932kN
Yes nice, but meanwhile i discovered that the old nice Comet B68 finds it too super fast, loses it for a while, only to find it again after 3 minutes with a good score. Considering the about 1:18 hardware+64bit version, time disadvantage i have over the machine Zappa used in Mexico, i find the performance of Comet extremely good!

Also Chessmaster 9000 R1 is very good at this. Finds it immediately and gives a high score....

Analysis by Comet B68:

1.Qb4-e1 Re7-b7 2.Qe1-h4 Rd8-f8 3.Qh4xh5+ Kh7-g7 4.Qh5-g5+ Kg7-f7 5.Qg5-h6 Rb7xb6 6.Qh6-h7+ Kf7-e8 7.Qh7-c7
± (0.84) Depth: 10/26 00:00:11 8693kN, tb=100
1.Qb4-e1 Re7-b7 2.Qe1-h4 Rd8-f8 3.Qh4xh5+ Kh7-g7 4.Qh5-g5+ Kg7-f7 5.f3-f4 Bc8-e6
± (0.84) Depth: 11/26 00:00:14 11388kN, tb=102
1.Qb4-e1 Re7-b7 2.Qe1-h4 Rd8-f8 3.Qh4xh5+ Kh7-g7 4.Qh5-g5+ Kg7-h7 5.f3-f4 Rb7xb6 6.f4-f5 Kh7-h8 7.Qg5-e7
± (0.92) Depth: 11/27 00:00:17 13370kN, tb=105
1.Qb4-e1 Re7-b7 2.Qe1-h4 Rd8-f8 3.Qh4xh5+ Kh7-g7 4.Qh5-g5+ Kg7-f7 5.f3-f4 Rb7xb6 6.f4-f5 Rb6-b3+ 7.Ke3-e2
± (0.91) Depth: 12/30 00:00:45 35732kN, tb=566
1.g4xh5 Kh7-h6 2.Qb4-b2 Rd8-f8 3.Qb2-h2 Re7-e5 4.Qh2-g3 Rf8-f6 5.Qg3-h4 Bc8-e6
± (0.92) Depth: 12/30 00:01:00 46177kN, tb=1249
1.g4xh5 Kh7-h6 2.Qb4-b2 Re7-f7 3.Qb2-h2 Rf7-g7 4.Qh2-h4 Rd8-f8 5.f3-f4 Bc8-g4 6.b6-b7
± (0.92) Depth: 12/30 00:01:08 51837kN, tb=1560
1.g4xh5 Re7-f7 2.Qb4-b2 Rd8-g8 3.Qb2-h2 Rf7-f6 4.f3-f4 Kh7-h6 5.Qh2-h4 Rf6-f7 6.f4-f5 Kh6-h7 7.Ke3-f3
± (0.91) Depth: 13/31 00:01:57 88873kN, tb=3864

1.Qb4-e1 Re7-b7 2.Qe1-h4 Rd8-f8 3.Qh4xh5+ Kh7-g7 4.f3-f4 Rb7xb6 5.f4-f5 Rf8-f6 6.Qh5-e8 Rf6-g6
± (0.92) Depth: 13/32 00:02:32 117844kN, tb=4082
1.Qb4-e1 Re7-b7 2.Qe1-h4 Rd8-f8 3.Qh4xh5+ Kh7-g7 4.f3-f4 Rb7xb6 5.f4-f5 Rf8-g8 6.g4-g5 Kg7-f8 7.Qh5-h6+ Kf8-e8 8.Ke3-f4
± (0.94) Depth: 13/32 00:02:54 135009kN, tb=4978
1.Qb4-e1 Re7-b7 2.Qe1-h4 Rd8-f8 3.Qh4xh5+ Kh7-g7 4.f3-f4 Rb7xb6 5.f4-f5 Rf8-g8 6.g4-g5 Kg7-f8 7.g5-g6 Bc8-e6
± (0.94) Depth: 14/34 00:04:38 221952kN, tb=8644
1.Qb4-e1 Re7-b7 2.Qe1-h4 Rd8-f8 3.Qh4xh5+ Kh7-g7 4.f3-f4 Rb7xb6 5.f4-f5 Rf8-g8 6.g4-g5 Kg7-f8 7.Ke3-f4
± (1.07) Depth: 14/37 00:06:14 302458kN, tb=11502



Analysis by CM9_R1:

1.g4xh5 Bc8-b7 2.Qb4-d2 Rd8-f8 3.Qd2-g2 Re7-g7 4.Qg2-h2 Rf8-f6 5.Ke3-d4 Kh7-g8
± (1.34) Depth: 10 00:00:06 2016kN
1.g4xh5 Bc8-b7 2.Qb4-d2 Rd8-f8 3.Ke3-d4 Re7-g7 4.Qd2-h2 Rf8-f6 5.f3-f4 Rf6-f8 6.f4-f5
± (1.26) Depth: 11 00:00:09 2841kN
1.Qb4-e1 Rd8-f8 2.Qe1-h4 Re7-f7 3.Qh4xh5+ Kh7-g7 4.Qh5-g5+ Kg7-h7 5.Ke3-d4 Rf7xf3 6.Qg5-e7+ Rf3-f7 7.Qe7xd6 Bc8xg4 8.b6-b7
± (1.29) Depth: 11 00:00:10 3485kN
1.Qb4-e1 Rd8-f8 2.Qe1-h4 Re7-f7 3.Qh4xh5+ Kh7-g7 4.Qh5-g5+ Kg7-h7 5.f3-f4 Rf7xf4 6.Qg5xf4 Rf8xf4 7.Ke3xf4 Kh7-g6 8.e4-e5 d6xe5+ 9.Kf4xe5 Bc8xg4 10.b6-b7
+- (1.50) Depth: 12 00:00:22 6295kN
1.Qb4-e1 Rd8-f8 2.Qe1-h4 Re7-f7 3.Qh4xh5+ Kh7-g7 4.Qh5-g5+ Kg7-h7 5.f3-f4 Rf7xf4 6.Qg5xf4 Rf8xf4 7.Ke3xf4 Kh7-g6 8.e4-e5 d6xe5+ 9.Kf4xe5 Kg6-f7 10.g4-g5 Bc8-b7
± (1.35) Depth: 13 00:01:07 18145kN
1.Qb4-e1 Rd8-f8 2.Qe1-h4 Re7-f7 3.Qh4xh5+ Kh7-g7 4.Qh5-g5+ Kg7-h7 5.f3-f4 Rf7xf4 6.Qg5xf4 Rf8xf4 7.Ke3xf4 Kh7-g6 8.e4-e5 d6xe5+ 9.Kf4xe5 Kg6-f7 10.Ke5-d6 Bc8-b7 11.Kd6-c7 Bb7xd5
+- (1.60) Depth: 14 00:03:47 68791kN
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Re: Which engines find the winning Qe1! ?

Post by YL84 » Sun Sep 30, 2007 8:26 am

Hi,
analysis of Milady 2.22 on a pIII 500MHz with 384Mb of RAM:

"depth 1 score 263 temps 70 nbnod 27 B_F :26 : g4h5
"depth 2 score 259 temps 74 nbnod 150 B_F :11,0905365064094 : g4h5 e7e8
"depth 3 score 134 temps 87 nbnod 993 B_F :9,44660721966867 : g4h5 h7h6 b4c3
"depth 4 score 219 temps 117 nbnod 5307 B_F :8,10438446118471 : b4a5 c8g4 b6b7 d8f8
"depth 5 score 221 temps 177 nbnod 16258 B_F :6,42526073354989 : b4a5 c8g4 f3g4 h5g4 b6b7
"depth 6 score 228 temps 243 nbnod 29853 B_F :4,88535958513709 : b4a5 c8g4 f3g4 h5g4 b6b7 d8f8
"depth 7 score 148 temps 714 nbnod 121892 B_F :5,11845443648946 : b4e1 e7e5 e1h4 d8e8 g4h5 e5d5 h5h6
"depth 8 score 167 temps 1860 nbnod 327001 B_F :4,61315545352638 : b4e1 c8g4 e1h4 d8e8 f3g4 e7e4 e3d3 e4g4
"depth 9 score 184 temps 3713 nbnod 713084 B_F :4,17582507381518 : b4e1 c8g4 e1h4 d8e8 f3g4 e7e4 e3d3 e4e3 d3c4
"depth 10 score 176 temps 6942 nbnod 1379092 B_F :3,82250396517748 : b4e1 c8g4 e1h4 d8e8 f3g4 e7e4 e3f3 e4e3 f3f4 e8e4
"depth 11 score 176 temps 19210 nbnod 3808606 B_F :3,80628903781898 : b4e1 c8g4 e1h4 d8e8 f3g4 e7e4 e3f3 e4e3 f3f4 e8e4 f4g5
"depth 12 score 217 temps 55819 nbnod 10981687 B_F :3,72656594824156 : b4e1 c8g4 e1h4 d8e8 b6b7 e7b7 f3g4 b7b3 e3f4 e8f8 f4g5 h7g7

At depth 7 in 7.14s she find the good move. This is an interesting position
if some strong programmes do not solve it. :)

Yves

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Re: Which engines find the winning Qe1! ?

Post by Tony Thomas » Sun Sep 30, 2007 9:00 am

Even after 20 minutes sjeng 2.7 does not find Qe1, it stays on gxh5 throughout.

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Re: Which engines find the winning Qe1! ?

Post by F. Bluemers » Sun Sep 30, 2007 10:38 am

Ktulu 7.5
12.00 0:01 0.00 1.De1 Tde8 2.Dg3 hxg4 3.Dxd6 gxf3 4.Dh2+ Kg8 5.Dg3+ Kh8 6.Dxf3 Txe4+ 7.Dxe4 Txe4+ 8.Kxe4 Kg8 9.Kd4 Kf8 10.Kc5 La6 (1.888.662) 1180
13.01 0:03 +0.09 1.De1 Tde8 2.Dh4 Te5 3.gxh5 Tf5 4.Dg3 Tf6 5.Dg5 Th6 6.f4 Tg8 7.De7+ Tg7 8.Dd8 Lb7 9.Kd4 Tf7 10.De8 Kg7 11.Db8 (4.349.752) 1181
14.01 0:10 +0.39++ 1.De1 (11.297.735) 1185
14.01 0:25 +0.69 1.De1 Tg7 2.Dh4 Th8 3.e5 Kg8 4.Dd8+ Kh7 5.Dxd6 hxg4 6.fxg4 Lxg4 7.Db4 Te8 8.b7 Tb8 9.De4+ Kh6 10.e6 Tbxb7 11.d6 (27.674.962) 1100
15.01 0:45 +0.79 1.De1 Tg7 2.Dh1 Tg5 3.b7 Lxb7 4.f4 Tg7 5.Dxh5+ Kg8 6.g5 La6 7.Dh6 Lb5 8.Df6 Tdd7 9.De6+ Kh7 10.Dh6+ Kg8 11.f5 Tge7 12.Dg6+ Kf8 13.Dh6+ Kf7 (50.476.146) 1108

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Re: Which engines find the winning Qe1! ?

Post by F. Bluemers » Sun Sep 30, 2007 10:44 am

an echo from the past
Zappa 1.1
10.00 0:01 0.00 1.gxh5 Lb7 2.De1 Lxd5 3.Da5 Lb7 4.Dg5 Tdd7 5.Dg6+ Kh8 6.h6 (900.747) 559
10.00 0:02 +0.24 1.De1 Tb7 2.Dh4 Tf8 3.Dxh5+ Kg7 4.e5 dxe5 5.Dxe5+ Kf7 6.Dd6 Kg7 (1.442.508) 580
10.00 0:02 +0.24 1.De1 Tb7 2.Dh4 Tf8 3.Dxh5+ Kg7 4.e5 dxe5 5.Dxe5+ Kf7 6.Dd6 Kg7 (1.575.701) 576
11.00 0:03 +0.14 1.De1 Tb7 2.Dh4 Tf8 3.Dxh5+ Kg7 4.e5 Txb6 5.Dg5+ Kf7 6.e6+ Ke8 7.Dg6+ Ke7 8.Dg7+ Ke8 (2.210.099) 579
11.00 0:05 +0.20 1.gxh5 Lb7 2.Db2 Tf7 3.f4 Tg8 4.f5 Tg3+ 5.Kd4 Te7 6.Dh2 Teg7 (3.050.509) 598
11.00 0:06 +0.20 1.gxh5 Lb7 2.Db2 Tf7 3.f4 Tg8 4.f5 Tg3+ 5.Kd4 Te7 6.Dh2 Teg7 (3.590.023) 587
12.00 0:09 +0.11 1.gxh5 Lb7 2.Db2 Tf8 3.Dh2 Te5 4.f4 Te7 5.Kd4 Ta8 6.Dg2 Ta4+ 7.Ke3 (5.415.607) 585
12.00 0:13 +0.26 1.De1 Tb7 2.Dh4 Tf8 3.Dxh5+ Kg7 4.e5 Txb6 5.Dg5+ Kh7 6.e6 Tb3+ 7.Kd4 Tb4+ 8.Kc3 Tb7 (8.296.693) 606
12.00 0:15 +0.26 1.De1 Tb7 2.Dh4 Tf8 3.Dxh5+ Kg7 4.e5 Txb6 5.Dg5+ Kh7 6.e6 Tb3+ 7.Kd4 Tb4+ 8.Kc3 Tb7 (9.402.440) 598
13.00 0:22 +0.47 1.De1 Tb7 2.Dh4 Tf8 3.Dxh5+ Kg7 4.f4 Txb6 5.f5 Tg8 6.g5 Kf8 7.Kf4 Tb2 (13.190.008) 599
13.00 0:24 +0.47 1.De1 Tb7 2.Dh4 Tf8 3.Dxh5+ Kg7 4.f4 Txb6 5.f5 Tg8 6.g5 Kf8 7.Kf4 Tb2 (14.621.299) 596
14.00 0:42 +0.53 1.De1 Tb7 2.Dh4 Tf8 3.Dxh5+ Kg7 4.f4 Th8 5.Dg5+ Kf7 6.e5 dxe5 7.fxe5 Txb6 8.e6+ Lxe6 9.dxe6+ Txe6+ 10.Kf4 (24.793.471) 589
14.00 0:47 +0.53 1.De1 Tb7 2.Dh4 Tf8 3.Dxh5+ Kg7 4.f4 Th8 5.Dg5+ Kf7 6.e5 dxe5 7.fxe5 Txb6 8.e6+ Lxe6 9.dxe6+ Txe6+ 10.Kf4 (27.797.835) 588
15.00 1:13 +0.49 1.De1 Tb7 2.Dh4 Tf8 3.Dxh5+ Kg7 4.f4 Th8 5.Dg5+ Kf7 6.e5 dxe5 7.fxe5 Th3+ 8.Kf4 Txb6 9.e6+ Lxe6 10.dxe6+ (42.882.239) 586
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Re: Which engines find the winning Qe1! ?

Post by nczempin » Sun Sep 30, 2007 11:25 am

Umm. Eden 0.0.13, not a strong engine:

FEN: 2br4/4r2k/1P1p4/3P3p/1Q2P1P1/4KP2/8/8 w - - 0 52

Eden 0.0.13:
1 00:03 0 0 +0,65 g4xh5
1 00:03 0 0 +0,65 g4xh5
2 00:03 0 0 +0,61 g4xh5 Kh7h6
2 00:03 0 0 +0,61 g4xh5 Kh7h6
3 00:03 853 13.983 +0,85 g4xh5 Bc8b7 f3f4
3 00:03 3.508 21.654 +0,85 g4xh5 Bc8b7 f3f4
4 00:03 3.552 20.894 -0,63 g4xh5 Kh7h6 f3f4 Kh6xh5
4 00:03 10.403 36.121 -0,61 g4g5 Bc8b7 Ke3d4 h5h4
4 00:03 15.200 40.641 +0,61 Qb4a5 Bc8d7 g4xh5 Kh7h6
4 00:03 28.205 52.134 +0,61 Qb4a5 Bc8d7 g4xh5 Kh7h6
5/10 00:04 28.246 52.114 -0,44 Qb4a5 Bc8b7 g4g5 Rd8a8 Qa5b5
5/10 00:04 55.664 55.167 -0,42 g4g5 Bc8b7 Qb4c4 h5h4 f3f4
5/14 00:06 163.140 54.019 +0,58 Qb4e1 Re7b7 Qe1h4 Rd8d7 Qh4xh5+ Kh7g7
5/14 00:06 186.756 54.226 +0,58 Qb4e1 Re7b7 Qe1h4 Rd8d7 Qh4xh5+ Kh7g7
6/14 00:08 286.852 57.119 +0,54 Qb4e1 Re7b7 Qe1h1 Rd8g8 Qh1xh5+ Kh7g7 Qh5g5+ Kg7f7 Qg5h5+ Kf7f6 Qh5h4+ Kf6e5
6/16 00:18 880.194 58.457 +0,54 Qb4e1 Re7b7 Qe1h1 Rd8g8 Qh1xh5+ Kh7g7 Qh5g5+ Kg7f7 Qg5h5+ Kf7f6 Qh5h4+ Kf6e5
7/16 00:27 1.419.116 59.021 +0,54 Qb4e1 Re7b7 Qe1h4 Rd8g8 Qh4xh5+ Kh7g7 Qh5g5+ Kg7f7 Qg5f4+ Kf7e7 Qf4f6+ Ke7xf6
7/17 01:04 3.580.578 58.611 +0,54 Qb4e1 Re7b7 Qe1h4 Rd8g8 Qh4xh5+ Kh7g7 Qh5g5+ Kg7f7 Qg5f4+ Kf7e7 Qf4f6+ Ke7xf6

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Re: Which engines find the winning Qe1! ?

Post by Thomas Lagershausen » Sun Sep 30, 2007 1:02 pm

Hi Chris,

can you tell my why Pro Deo on my pc didn´t see the right move?

Pro Deo 1.5 (192 MB hash Arena-GUI 1.99b3):
1 00:00 4 4.000 +1,05 gh5:
2 00:00 874 874.000 +0,46 gh5: Kh6 f4 Kh5:
3 00:00 2.515 2.515.000 +0,46 gh5: Kh6 f4 Kh5:
4 00:00 6.356 6.356.000 +0,66 gh5: Kh6 f4 Kh5: Kd4
5 00:00 14.698 14.698.000 +0,53 gh5: Kh6 Dc4 Lb7 f4 Kh5:
5 00:00 20.338 20.338.000 +0,55 De1 Tde8 gh5: Lf5
6 00:00 39.520 39.520.000 +0,56 De1 Tg8 Dh4 Te5 gh5: Teg5 h6
6 00:00 61.039 61.039.000 +0,56 gh5:
6 00:00 69.911 69.911.000 +0,67 gh5: Kh6 Db2 Tf8 Dc2 Lb7 Dh2
7 00:00 146.463 146.463.000 +0,50 gh5: Kh6 Da5 Lb7 Dc3 Kh5: f4
7 00:00 146.515 146.515.000 +0,56 De1 Tg8 Dh4 Te5 gh5: Teg5 h6
8 00:00 272.096 272.096.000 +0,78 De1 Tf7 Dh4 Tdf8 Dh5:+ Kg7 Dg5+ Kh7 Dh4+ Kg6
8 00:00 540.253 540.253.000 +0,87 gh5: Lb7 Db2 Tf8 Dh2 Tf6 Kd4 Tef7 Dg3
9 00:00 1.191.513 1.191.513.000 +0,85 gh5: Lb7 Db2 Te5 f4 Th5: Df6 Td7 De6 Lc8
10 00:01 3.484.757 3.484.757 +0,89 gh5: Kh6 Db2 Tf8 Kd4 Tef7 Dc1+ Kh5: Dc6 La6 Dd6: Tf3:
11 00:03 8.676.178 2.892.059 +0,91 gh5: Kh6 Db2 Tf7 f4 Lg4 e5 Tb7 e6 Kh5: Df6 Tg8
12 00:15 40.728.654 2.715.243 +1,10 gh5: Lb7 Db2 Tf8 Da3 Tf6 Da7 Tef7 Kd2 Tf3: e5 de5:
13 00:52 140.325.421 2.698.565 +1,07 gh5: Kh6 Db2
14 03:19 533.961.896 2.683.225 +1,23 gh5: Lb7 Kd3
16 59:01 1.094.864.725 309.196 +1,33 gh5: Kh6 Dd4 Tf7 Db4

I didn´t see any tb-access under the arena-gui for ProDeo.

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