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3-5-man chess: Maximals and mzugs

By Guy McCrossan Haworth, Peter Karrer, John A Tamplin and C Wirth

Abstract

This article reports the combined results of several initiatives in creating and surveying complete suites of endgame tables (EGTs) to the Depth to Mate (DTM) and Depth to Conversion (DTC) metrics. Data on percentage results, maximals and mutual zugzwangs, mzugs, has been filed and made available on the web, as have the DTM EGTs

Publisher: The International Computer Games Association
Year: 2001
OAI identifier: oai:centaur.reading.ac.uk:4581

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