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#1 Witherguy12

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Posted 27 April 2016 - 01:08 AM

I realized every time I tie with the Computer, it logs me out. Why?



#2 Caesar101

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Posted 27 April 2016 - 03:04 AM

I realized every time I tie with the Computer, it logs me out. Why?

I hadn't realized it was possible to tie with the computer :)

It probably doesn't improve your skills so much either :)



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Posted 27 April 2016 - 04:54 AM

Why the comment on his skill level, that is rude and unkind.  I think you need to take your advice and take a break from the game.


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Posted 27 April 2016 - 11:25 AM

Gaius, in all fairness it doesn't seem to me that Moriarty is being mean here. For one, I find it a rather fascinating thought to know one can tie with the computer also. I would guess that Witherguy12 offers the tie and the computer just accepts, but I never personally thought about it. For two, Moriarty's other statement about the computer but improving one's skill is not necessarily a positive piece of advice, but at the same time it's hardly something you will disagree with, right?

The only thing missing, really, is to point Witherguy12 to a better computer to play against and that's Probe. He can see a discussion of that here:

http://forum.strateg...le-player-game/
The complete GS&F Rules can be found here: http://forum.strateg...rum-rules-2016/

Draw Refusal Rules, specifically, can be read here: http://forum.strateg...604#entry339604

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Posted 27 April 2016 - 09:28 PM

Gaius, in all fairness it doesn't seem to me that Moriarty is being mean here. For one, I find it a rather fascinating thought to know one can tie with the computer also. I would guess that Whitherguy12 offers the tie and the computer just accepts, but I never personally thought about it. For two, Moriarty's other statement about the computer but improving one's skill is not necessarily a positive piece of advice, but at the same time it's hardly something you will disagree with, right?
 

You can't even offer a tie :)

 

I'm baffled.


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#6 Witherguy12

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Posted 27 April 2016 - 11:35 PM

If you and your opponent have no movable pieces.



#7 Witherguy12

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Posted 27 April 2016 - 11:36 PM

The only thing missing, really, is to point Witherguy12 to a better computer to play against and that's Probe. He can see a discussion of that here:

http://forum.strateg...le-player-game/


It's spelled Witherguy12

Edited by GaryLShelton, 28 April 2016 - 02:51 AM.


#8 Witherguy12

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Posted 27 April 2016 - 11:38 PM

I hadn't realized it was possible to tie with the computer :)

It probably doesn't improve your skills so much either :)

You and your opponent can have no movable pieces.


Edited by Witherguy12, 27 April 2016 - 11:38 PM.


#9 Witherguy12

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Posted 27 April 2016 - 11:39 PM

Gaius, in all fairness it doesn't seem to me that Moriarty is being mean here. For one, I find it a rather fascinating thought to know one can tie with the computer also. I would guess that Witherguy12 offers the tie and the computer just accepts, but I never personally thought about it. For two, Moriarty's other statement about the computer but improving one's skill is not necessarily a positive piece of advice, but at the same time it's hardly something you will disagree with, right?

The only thing missing, really, is to point Witherguy12 to a better computer to play against and that's Probe. He can see a discussion of that here:

http://forum.strateg...le-player-game/


You and your opponent can have no movable pieces.

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Posted 28 April 2016 - 03:00 AM

You and your opponent can have no movable pieces.


Witherguy, I fixed the spellings.

As far as having no movable pieces for each side being a tie, of course that's true. But let me tell you, as the computer is usually bent on self destruction and suicide that is a real trick. It probably deserves an achievement award. :)

Anyway, check out Probe at the link I have you. That's a far more enjoyable and educational computer than ours here. Amongst other things, ours doesn't do the Two Squares right so is not training correctly on top of it. Probe does the ISF rules better.
The complete GS&F Rules can be found here: http://forum.strateg...rum-rules-2016/

Draw Refusal Rules, specifically, can be read here: http://forum.strateg...604#entry339604




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