(EDIT: I need to upload some pictures again. There is some strange problem with the server (creating 0 bytes files), I hope it works soon)
>This clustering project would probably never have been started without Lukas, and it certainly wouldn't have come as far along as it has.
I´m sure, Vas likes it most! Maybe Lukas is the second, but I´m close behind him. Cluster is the future! :-)
>... Harvey and I said goodbye to Richard and Johan. We had booked for one more day in case of a playoff.
He Rybka team, you are all wimps! :-) If you have played with R4 beta sp I can understand it a liitle bit. But so; shaking the head!
PS: He Harvey, there wasn´t ever a playoff for fifth place! :-)
Btw., I'm feeling quite ill at the moment. I tried to finish everything yesterday since Hans seemed to have invested some time to get everything online quickly. I had all the material but had to do a lot of formatting and copy&paste work. Selecting pictures, writing some additional stuff and the intro, putting everything together... it took me more than 5 hours and then I had problems with uploading. I started at about 14 o'clock yesterday and the report was online at 4 o'clock today. Had to take some breaks since I had slight headaches. Fortunately I have enough hankies at home, my nose is quite red. I'm drinking tea at the moment and hope it gets better soon.
Maybe it's swine flu :)
In you report, you told us that the Cluster had won by +37=25-2 against a Nehalem Quad (i7-920), and I forgot to ask you, about the time control of this match. Which was exactly the time control? And, there are some way to get this match? Will Lukas be willing to provide those games?
By the way, sincere congratulations to you and to all in your team again by this new title!
It's interesting that the quad have been able to win 2 games against the amazing Cluster. I think with a slower time control, it will be even much more difficult for a quad to win a single game.
> It's interesting that the quad have been able to win 2 games against the amazing Cluster.
Statistics are a funny thing, aren't they?
I am sure that if Rybka were a human, people would say that she got nervous in the last three rounds of the 8-core tournament.
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