you want to evaluate quickly your level in Go and you have a machine under Linux ?
Here a tool for doing this:
1) Download http://www.lri.fr/~teytaud/yourLevel.tgz ; for example
with your favorite tool; if you like lynx, you might:
lynx -dump -source http://www.lri.fr/~teytaud/yourLevel.tgz > ./yourLevel.tgz
2) Unzip it:
tar -zxvf ./yourLevel.tgz
===> if you have a 64 bits machine, remove mogo, and "cp mogo64 mogo"
3) Install gogui, if you don't already have it; http://sourceforge.net/projects/gogui/
4) launch ./testeur99
==> a board should come up; just play. When you feel you have lost, you just start a new game;
if you have won, the machine will tell you that it resgins.
==> you can switch off the machine, and switch on again later; the current state is kept in memory.
==> after each game, the level of your opponent will be increased or decreased depending on your results.
5) Where are stored your results ?
The results are stored in files with name starting with "gameRes".
The current level of your opponent is in "currentSims"; the higher it is, the higher your rank.
If you << cat `ls -ctr gameRes*` | grep ':[0-9]' >> you will see all your results:
- a line "wins: 1111 3333" means that you have won
If you send these files to me, I'll try to tell you the correspondence with Kyu/Dan level; I will also
post here a correspondence table as soon as possible.
6) How can I tell the machine that I change user ?
After a few games, the machine should adapt to a new opponent.
However, you can reinit the process (remove the memory) by
writing "10000" in "currentSims":
echo 10000 > currentSims
If you assume that your level is around 3000,
echo 3000 > currentSims
If you want to remove the logs, just remove the files:
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