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Re: The ChessOK,the Houdini & Robert....

Post by rlsuth » Fri Oct 07, 2011 6:58 pm

Roger Brown wrote:
Werner wrote: BTW: in the Rybka forum I still see a thread with Aquarium :shock:
But it is not allowed to post lists with Houdini in this forum!
When you say this forum are you referring to Talkchess?

I believe he is referring to the Rybka forum but he missed a comma in connecting the two sentences.


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Re: The ChessOK,the Houdini & Robert....

Post by Christopher Conkie » Fri Oct 07, 2011 7:03 pm

rlsuth wrote:
Roger Brown wrote:
Werner wrote: BTW: in the Rybka forum I still see a thread with Aquarium :shock:
But it is not allowed to post lists with Houdini in this forum!
When you say this forum are you referring to Talkchess?

I believe he is referring to the Rybka forum but he missed a comma in connecting the two sentences.


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There are lots of unconnected things in here. Mostly to do with the words "chess" and "forum".

We can but hope...... (or kill them all by superior thought)

:)

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Re: The ChessOK,the Houdini & Robert....

Post by Frank Quisinsky » Fri Oct 07, 2011 7:18 pm

Christopher,

for much years, in the first beginning I am reading that programmers are bad chess players.

Today I know why!
Speaking from programmer groups, like such groups of programmers which wrote open letters.

Hello ....
THAT IS A CLEARLY PROVOKATION

And why you do that Frank?
Could be a chance for a new way Sirs.

No Christopher!
A group of many persons, should not ignore such things.
Or the group is very weak and give up.

A group is building (Open Letters programmers).
And now this building group should development a good answer. I think we have to await this.

Chess programmers with strong engines should be able to give a good move too.

The situation is an order and not a reason to hang own heads.
In this case I believe a programmer group need a bit provocation or we are swimming in endless discussions.

Best
Frank
I like computer chess!

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Re: The ChessOK,the Houdini & Robert....

Post by Hood » Fri Oct 07, 2011 7:46 pm

It is business. :-( $,Euro.

Interested will be Houdini, Rybka etc. for Xbox, Playstation ?
or someone else will be 1st there?
Rgds Hood
Polish National tragedy in Smoleńsk. President and all delegation murdered or killed.
Cui bono ?

There are not bugs free programs.
There are programs with undiscovered bugs.




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Re: The ChessOK,the Houdini & Robert....

Post by Dr.Wael Deeb » Fri Oct 07, 2011 8:51 pm

Hood wrote:It is business. :-( $,Euro.

Interested will be Houdini, Rybka etc. for Xbox, Playstation ?
or someone else will be 1st there?
Rgds Hood
Robbodini will be great on the XBox console & PS3....it could even come in a 3D mode with glasses and you play and analyze with Houdini in a floating chess board half a meter in front of you :lol:

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Re: The ChessOK,the Houdini & Robert....

Post by Dave Mitchell » Sat Oct 08, 2011 6:43 am

Christopher Conkie wrote:
Frank Quisinsky wrote:Very interesting to read Open Letter the third now. Perhaps with an attack vs. Frank Quisinsky as next?
That will never happen because they will die. Blood is thicker than water.

It is interesting to observe what happens with lack of oxygen. They will strangle themselves.

Best to ignore, besides that, they are quite funny and let's be honest, everyone likes a good joke.

"I've created a chess program that mimics human play" said the computer science major. "So it plays at GM level then?" asks the advising professor. "No, but it does blame its loss on outside conditions!"

And that says it all.......

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Will that work with Computer Chess problems?

If you believe, it just might! 8-)

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Re: The ChessOK,the Houdini & Robert....

Post by Hood » Sat Oct 08, 2011 9:47 am

You are joking Dr :-) but PlSt3 has 8 cores processor and very economic prize. You can make not expensive cluster.

Rgds
Hood
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There are programs with undiscovered bugs.




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Re: The ChessOK,the Houdini & Robert....

Post by Rebel » Sat Oct 08, 2011 10:19 am

Frank Quisinsky wrote:Or better a women?
Too funny Frank.

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Re: The ChessOK,the Houdini & Robert....

Post by Alexander Schmidt » Sat Oct 08, 2011 11:20 am

Frank Quisinsky wrote:OPEN LETTER the third?
Thank god. I seriously feared this day would elapse without a "Open Letter Side Blow" by you :lol:

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Re: The ChessOK,the Houdini & Robert....

Post by stevenaaus » Sun Oct 09, 2011 4:33 am

Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:
Hood wrote:It is business. :-( $,Euro.

Interested will be Houdini, Rybka etc. for Xbox, Playstation ?
or someone else will be 1st there?
Rgds Hood
Robbodini will be great on the XBox console & PS3....it could even come in a 3D mode with glasses and you play and analyze with Houdini in a floating chess board half a meter in front of you :lol:

:P
Robbodini on the PS3 :wink:
It's true.. The PS3's cell processor would be a killer platform for multi-threaded chess engines. Vastly superior to the x86.

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