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PostSubject: SeekWanda.ctg by Eros   Mon Sep 05, 2011 10:25 pm

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PostSubject: Re: SeekWanda.ctg by Eros   Tue Sep 06, 2011 12:30 am

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a few words from this books author.....



The book I sent Sedat (Seek-Wanda) is worthless.
I
like Sedat's book tournaments, so again I wanted to have some fun
creating a book that mostly plays the opening of my real manual book
(Sikanda).
You can't imagine my surprise when I saw it stay on first
place for so much time, then, fairly, it dropped. Surprise because... I
worked on that book for a couple of days only!
I spent a couple of
hours selecting the games to import (mostly corr games and playchess
games with time control from 16 minutes and higher) and a couple of days
testing it on playchess, to tune some variations. How can such a book,
with nearly no variety, which speculated on the still not much explored
variation 6.Bg5-7.Qf3 on Najdorf be strong? I can only think of luck,
unless Nelson has another explanation.
Another interesting thing to
notice is that since I mostly imported long games in it (of the 100.000
games forming the book, I only imported a few hundreds of my blitz games
in it with priority analysis, to make the variations that I play in
green on auto) it should have been a book more suited for long time
control games. At least that's what I heard from other bookmakers, (I
have very little experience with imported games books, so I almost
believed them!) that if you want a strong book for blitz you have to
import blitz games in it. I always thought that was a weird thing, as
long games should contain stronger moves which must be strong (even
stronger!) in blitz games too. The results in the Sedat Tour proved my
thoughts were correct.
Here is the link I sent Sedat before the start of the Tour: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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I said, it should do better in long time controls than in blitz. The
problem, like in all my imported games books, is that once someone
refutes the only variation it plays, the book becomes worthless ;-)
anyway, as it plays main lines, it's not as easy to refute it as it
would be to refute dragon and 1.e3, lol.
The settings I indicated to
Sedat were: first bar all to the left, the two bars below all to the
right, minimum games: 0, up to move: 100. But try to change those,
probably there are better settings.
A weird thing that happened is
that despite it has 1...e5 after 1.e4 in green, it only played that move
3 times in sedat tour. So you can try to change the weights so it plays
it more often, I am still not sure how weights work... so I can't give
suggestions, or just put 1...c5 in red so that 1...e5 will always be
played.
Ah, you should change something after the moves: 1.e4 c5
2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 a6 6.Be3 e5 7.Nb3 Be7 8.f3 Be6 9.Qd2
0-0 10.0-0-0 Nbd7 11.g4 b5 12.a3 Nc5. That's a novelty move I stole
from a game played by Carlo2 on Chess-Knots, which should give an easy
equality to Black (I am playing that variation myself right now on ficgs
against sebi)
I thought it was interesting to add that variation
(the only manual variation I added) but somehow I added a losing line,
which continues with 13.Nxc5 dxc5 14.Nd5 Bxd5 15.exd5 Bd6?!. Change this
move with 15...Qd6! and add if you want: 16.g5 Nh5 17.h4 c4 =
Hope you have fun with this crappy book! ;-)
Eros.

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PostSubject: Re: SeekWanda.ctg by Eros   Sat Sep 10, 2011 2:49 pm

thx good book tchr
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