jm.arbona at iecb.u-bordeaux.fr
Mon Mar 26 11:04:27 CEST 2012
2012/3/26 Petr Baudis <pasky at ucw.cz>
> On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 10:33:41AM +0200, Jean-m. a. wrote:
> > I tried to use the patterns but without any success:
> > I did not find how to unzip the files. I googled the extension but found
> > nothing.
> These tools can unpack xz (seemingly the new successor to gzip and
> bzip2 as the standard compression tool in GNU systems):
> Thanks I will try tonight
> > Just to be sure the procedure is to put the files patterns.prob.xz
> > et patterns.stat.xz in pachi repertory.
> > To unzip both,
> > and just to launch pachi without any option regarding this files.
> Yes, that is correct. More precisely, the files must be in Pachi's
> working directory when Pachi is started (unless you pass options saying
> > I noticed that the versiob of pachi 9.01 is better than the version 9.99
> > least
> > on my hardware (4 cpu). So I don't know if it is because I don't use the
> > pattern files.
> Interesting! How did you measure that?
I played a lot of game with pachi 9.01 ( about 100) and only recently I
came to win about one half of the games.
When I tried pachi 9.99 (two weeks ago) I played 5 games and won them all,
besides I killed big
groups, something that never happened with the 9.01 version. So I tried to
install the pattern and as I failed
I went back to the version 9.01 and lose one half on the games (so I did
not improve unfortunatly).
I don't know if this has to do something with my style of play, but at
me pachi 9.01 is in my opinion more than one stone stronger than the 9.99
> > I saw that pachi won a lot of games on kgs for the computer tournament.
> > How did that end?
> There is a webpage for this tournament; in the end, Pachi's third game
> against Zen was its only loss and Pachi won the tournament. :-)
Hehe congrats! I saw one game versus Zen and it was really good, even if
that pachi was tenukiing to much and could have loose a big part.
> Petr "Pasky" Baudis
> Smart data structures and dumb code works a lot better
> than the other way around. -- Eric S. Raymond
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