new backgammon problem in backgammon articles (under the shoutbox on the right of the Front page) http://www.fibsboard.com/gnubg-gammonline-html-output-test-p78thx zorba
Hi,It is quite normal to suspect the bots since they win so many games. If you have saved your matches, why not convert them to jf.mat format and evauate them for errors using gnubg. You may be surprised at how many obvious moves you have missed. Gnubg also has a pretty good luck factor analysis so you can see if you really were unlucky but played good, or if you played bad and were just lucky. It is a good way to improve your game. It is used by almost all high level players and it is an accepted software in the backgammon community.maareyes (tucsonAZ on fib
...every month or so a newbie shows up to claim that "gnu/ snowie/jellyfish cheats with the dice".
While there may be some obscure bugs in the 3DFibs interface when using it for human vs computer play, your dice whining is off base.It doesn't cheat with the dice. That's a common perception but there's zero evidence that it does, and quite a lot of evidence (e.g. the gnubg source code) that it doesn't.This is a common topic, as every month or so a newbie shows up to claim that "gnu/ snowie/jellyfish cheats with the dice". Try Googling the topic before furthering this nonsense.
A simple way to settle this is to keep stats. Surprise, surprise, no one seems to get this done.
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