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Chuck Bower wrote:
> I heard
> through the grapevine (danger! danger!) that recently Malcolm Davis
> conducted an "experiment" in Texas. Nick Ballard and Mike Senkiewicz
> each played a 300 game (REAL) money session against JFv3.0 level-7.
> Harvey Huie backed Jellyfish in the $200/point one-on-one contest.
> JF had "Caution" setting turned on. The final results: one player
> finished up 58 pts, the other down by the same amount. All games
> were recorded. Just a rumor...
> Hmmm. Based on the light level generated in our newsgroup over
> SUSPECTED cheating by bots, I bet the bridge newsgroup is at times
> solar powered!
And before our newsgroup again becomes lucent, let me add that I also
heard that for Davis's above mentioned experiment, ALL DICE ROLLS were
generated by humans.
c_ray on FIBS
- Backgame play (Brian Sheppard, Feb 1997)
- Bearoff database bug (Vince Mounts+, May 1998)
- Cube strategy (Fredrik Dahl, July 1995)
- Doubling at 2-away, 2-away (Michael Bo Hansen, May 1998)
- JF tackles New Ideas in Backgammon (Nigel Gibbions+, Mar 1998)
- Review of JF Player 3.0 (Geoff Oliver, Apr 1997)
- Review of JF Tutor 1.0 (John Bazigos, Feb 1995)
- Showdown in Texas (Chuck Bower, July 1997)
- Strengths and weaknesses (Daniel Murphy, Jan 1998)
- What is a Jellyfish? (John S Mamoun, Dec 1996)
- Why the name? (Fredrik Dahl, Dec 1996)
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