|(1) Posted by Hauke Reddmann [Sunday, Mar 22, 2009 00:30]|
Fritz 8 epic fail
I entered Ke8 Qf8 Qg8 Qg7 Qg6 Qh7 Rf7 Rg5 Bh6 Bh5 Sd5 Sh8 Pe7 Pf6 Pf5 Pg4 - Kc8
just to try how high I can push a +n assignment for a dead draw.
I was previously at about +70 and thought I could reach +80.
The computer threw a #1483 (on 34 halfmoves depth).
|(2) Posted by Siegfried Hornecker [Sunday, Mar 22, 2009 01:50]|
Deep Fritz 11 only says it's an advantage of 93.52 pawns but sees no mate.
They sent me a mail a while ago about not wanting to see the Fritz GUI on Youtube, by the way. That's why I always use PGNtoJS.
|(3) Posted by Geoff Foster [Sunday, Mar 22, 2009 21:47]|
Here is the position.
(= 16+1 )
|(4) Posted by Hauke Reddmann [Tuesday, Mar 24, 2009 18:15]|
...and BTW, shuffling the incarcerated white pieces
around randomly also affects the n in #n randomly :-)
I hoped one techie here could explain why Fritz showed
a forced mate. Hash foulup?
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