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Alain Zanchetta
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Re:R40 Battle
« on: June 2, 2009, 09:33PM »
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Hi Robert,


Quote from: Robert Weck on June  2, 2009, 01:56PM   

At least this is possible with the DOS-versions of Genius 2 (similar to Genius 68030 resp. Berlin pro) and Genius 3 (London 68030/Berlin pro London)

I did not think about it 


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And you know the thread in .info about the M.E.S.S. emulator?

yes, I read it several times and have downloaded it some time ago, but I was more thinking of putting a Tasc program in a Resurrection (or Pocket PC because this is the same kind of hardware) and execute it natively than using a full PC with emulation.

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Re:R40 Battle
« Reply #1 on: June 2, 2009, 08:35PM »
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My apologies to Sargon for posting something that is not related to his very interesting topic.

About 1-2 months ago I ran into the MESS emulator. Using MESS, I played against the Mephisto MM5, and it worked. I did not finish the game, I just wanted to see if it really worked. There are other ROM copies of Amsterdam, Dallas, Glasgow, MM4, Rebel5, and Roma which can be played against. What is cool about MESS is that, at least for the MM5 ROM, it has the real-life picture of the module, so you see it on the computer screen when you play against it.

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Re:R40 Battle
« Reply #2 on: June 2, 2009, 01:56PM »
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Hi Alain,


Quote from: Alain Zanchetta on June  2, 2009, 04:07AM   

nice tournament... I sometimes wish we could run the old programs on up to date hardware, and I think they really would not be ridiculous.

At least this is possible with the DOS-versions of Genius 2 (similar to Genius 68030 resp. Berlin pro) and Genius 3 (London 68030/Berlin pro London)

And you know the thread in .info about the M.E.S.S. emulator?


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Robert
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Re:R40 Battle
« Reply #3 on: June 2, 2009, 04:07AM »
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Hi Hans,

nice tournament... I sometimes wish we could run the old programs on up to date hardware, and I think they really would not be ridiculous.

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Alain
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R40 Battle
« Reply #4 on: May 31, 2009, 09:58PM »
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Hello All,

I have after mine tournament finished ,the R40 version 2,5  3 matches of 2 games against Resurrection 1 203MHz engines- Sjeng 3.0 ,Fruit 2.1 and Rykba 2.2 in timecontrol of 40 moves in 2hours ,after that control the same 40/120

Here is the link for playing the games
http://www.schachcomputer.info/forum/showthread.php?t=2517

The strenght of the R40 is not so far away from these programms.
Opening ,middleplay ++ ,endgame -
Also u can not forget the agedifference between the R40 programm ,and let we say Rykba .

About the NEW Deep Sjeng 3.0 engine, i must say GREAT!! , if u compare it to the 1,8 version this one 3.0 ,has at least 150 elo more and it plays better chess also,even the searchdepth has increased ,to 10 a 11 ply easy in middlegame where the 1,8 has hard work for reaching the 9 ply ,so it is a real pleasure to have this one

This games will be placed in Selective Search with analyse of the games.

Have fun  with the games

Kind regards,Hans
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