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Tunning a Bin Book

Post by Waldemar on Wed Nov 04, 2015 11:05 pm

2015 - Teaching tune bin books:

1st: you need SCID program

SCID 4.6.2

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2nd: strong engine

Stockfish

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* Load your bin book and engine in SCID

If you wanna tune the book cuz you lost a game using it, then open your game in SCID and start analyzing it with your engine. Move by move go analyzing till you find where score goes against you, stop in that move and check engine analysis, see if it gives you a different move of the one you made. Pick that move adding to your bin book and choosing
number 100 for it, all the other moves if they are in book write 0.

Like pictures, white wins, then have to find the "black mistake". Black made 17..h5 but engine gives 17..a4.

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You go to book and put h5 (0) and a4 (100).

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PS You can make another thing too, pick your favorite ctg or bix book and copy their "green lines" and mark bin book the same.

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Any question. Make it because this tutorial is very summarized...

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Re: Tunning a Bin Book

Post by Admin on Wed Nov 04, 2015 11:42 pm

Thx dear

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Re: Tunning a Bin Book

Post by chessmasta on Thu Nov 05, 2015 3:15 am

Thank you,

I understand the explanation.. basicly book tuning is evaluating your game and check with engine analysis if there is a better move then the move made from the opening book move.
Then you add the new move and give it higher priority then the move which the openingbook made in the game.

It would be great if there would be a program which could do the evaluation/recalculation of all your opening book moves, and then automaticy suggest/correct the better moves.
Without finding out while losing games and then recalculate to correct the move in openingbook.

Or even better, analyze the .bin book and check if there are better moves / variations, and suggest or correct the book with the better moves.

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Re: Tunning a Bin Book

Post by Waldemar on Thu Nov 05, 2015 3:17 pm

This program will be vgood but sounds impossible right now 2015.

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Re: Tunning a Bin Book

Post by Chess4U on Thu Nov 05, 2015 4:11 pm

Waldemar wrote:This program will be vgood but sounds impossible right now 2015.
When that program exists then chess will be solved like checkers was some years ago.

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