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Date: 12 Sep 2008 11:02:41
From: Kin
Subject: Play chess online against a computer on a web page

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Hello everybody.

I just wanted to share with you an address of a website where you ca
play chess against a chess engine, Queenside.net.

http://www.queenside.net/

I am a computer student and i builded that webside to play chess a
work.
You can play everywhere, you just need a web browser.

If you have any comment on that website, I'll happy to read it.

I hope you will like it. :


--
Kin




 
Date: 12 Sep 2008 17:21:01
From: Tony M
Subject: Re: Play chess online against a computer on a web page
On Fri, 12 Sep 2008 11:02:41 +0100, Kin <Kin.3102c8a@chessbanter.com >
wrote:

>
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>A poll associated with this post was created, to vote and see the
>results, please visit http://forums.yourdomain.com.au/showthread.php?t=37058
>------------------------------------------------------------------------
>Question: Did you like this web page ?
>
>- Yes
>- No
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>
>Hello everybody.
>
>I just wanted to share with you an address of a website where you can
>play chess against a chess engine, Queenside.net.
>
>http://www.queenside.net/
>
>I am a computer student and i builded that webside to play chess at
>work.
>You can play everywhere, you just need a web browser.
>
>If you have any comment on that website, I'll happy to read it.
>
>I hope you will like it. :)

Hi Kin, that's not a bad little program you wrote there, seems to have
a decent positional sense. I tried it against GetClub beginner, and
it won quite easily. The poll link you provided doesn't work,
yourdomain.com seems to be dead.

Tony


  
Date: 12 Sep 2008 18:27:34
From: Tony M
Subject: Re: Play chess online against a computer on a web page
On Fri, 12 Sep 2008 17:21:01 GMT, Tony M <tmokonen@yahoo.com > wrote:

I tried a game against TSCP 1.81c. TSCP played at 40 moves in 5
minutes. Queenside won, quite easily. It's not running locally, it
seems to be connecting remotely to a fairly strong chess engine
running on a server somewhere. Did you write both the engine and the
interface?

[Event "Computer Schach Partie"]
[Site "Vancouver"]
[Date "2008.09.12"]
[Round "?"]
[White "TSCP 1.81c (bugfix) by Tom Kerrigan"]
[Black "Queensize Chess"]
[Result "0-1"]
[BlackElo "?"]
[ECO "E21"]
[Opening "Nimzo-Indian"]
[Time "10:48:24"]
[Variation "Nimzo-Queen's Hybrid"]
[TimeControl "40/300:40/300:300"]
[Termination "normal"]
[PlyCount "50"]
[WhiteType "program"]
[BlackType "program"]

1.d4 e6 2.c4 Nf6 3.Nc3 Bb4 4.Nf3 b6 5.Bd2 {(c1g5 b4c3 b2c3 c8b7 g5f6
d8f6 a1b1)
+0.20/6 9} O-O 6.e3 {(e2e3 d7d5 f1d3 b8c6 e1g1 c8b7 d1b3) +0.25/7 9}
Bxc3 7.Bxc3 {(d2c3
d7d5 f1e2 b8c6 e1g1 c8b7 e2d3) +0.25/7 9} Ne4 8.Bd3 {(f1d3 e4c3 d1c2
d7d5 d3h7 g8h8
b2c3 d5c4) +0.47/7 9} Bb7 9.Qc2 {(d3e4 b7e4 e1g1 b8c6 d4d5 e6d5 c4d5)
+0.43/6 8} f5
10.Bb4 {(c3b4 d7d6 e1g1 b8d7 d3e4 f5e4) +0.35/6 8} c5 11.dxc5 {(d4c5
b6c5 b4c3 d7d5
d3e4 f5e4) +0.26/6 8} Na6 12.Ba3 {(b4a3 e4c5 a3c5 a6c5 e1g1 c5d3 c2d3
b7f3 g2f3)
+0.19/7 7} Nexc5 13.Be2 {(d3e2 a8c8 a3c5 a6c5 b2b4 b7e4) +0.06/6 7} f4
14.exf4 {(e3f4
f8f4 a3c5 a6c5 c2d2 e6e5 f3e5 b7g2 d2f4 g2h1) +0.33/6 7} Rxf4 15.Bxc5
{(a3c5 a6c5
c2c1 d8b8 b2b4 c5e4) +0.29/6 7} Nxc5 16.b4 {(b2b4 c5e4 c2c1 e6e5 e1g1
d7d6) +0.07/6
6} Ne4 17.O-O {(e1g1 d7d5 c2c1 d8f6 a2a4) +0.17/5 6} Qf6 18.Bd3 {(e2d3
d7d6 a1e1
f6g6 a2a4 f4f3 d3e4 b7e4 e1e4) +0.41/5 6} Rf8 19.Rae1 {(a1e1 d7d5 a2a4
a7a6 d3e4
f4e4 e1e4 d5e4) +0.55/5 6} Rxf3 20.gxf3 {(g2f3 e4g5 d3e2 b7f3 e2f3
g5f3) +1.18/6 6}
Ng5 21.Re3 {(e1e3 g5f3 e3f3 b7f3 d3h7 g8h8 c4c5 b6c5 b4c5) +0.16/6 5}
Nh3+ 22.Kg2
{(g1g2 b7f3 g2h3 f6h6 h3g3 h6g5 g3h3 f3g2) -M4/5} Bxf3+ 23.Kxh3 {(g2h3
f6h6 h3g3 h6g5
g3h3 g5g4) -M3/4} Qh6+ 24.Kg3 {(h3g3 h6g5 g3h3 g5g4) -M2/3} Qf4+
25.Kh3 {(g3h3 f4g4)
-M1/2} Qg4# {Mate} 0-1