From: Reijer Grimbergen ETL GO JP>
Date: 16 may 1997
Subject: Re: This week in Shukan Shogi (no. 686, May 14th 1997)
Darren Staples gw landgtel co uk> writes:
> Greetings Reijer,
> As a newcomer to Shogi and the SHOGI-L mailing list, I find the
> professional games you send out very interesting. However, I have a
> question. What do the 2 columns of numbers (they look like fractions !)
> after the move mean ?
> i.e. 1.P7g-7f 0/0 0/0 <- These !
I am sorry, I should have explained these once I added this option to my
game checking program. The numbers added are the time used for the moves
and the total time used so far by both black and white player.
For example:
13.S4h-5g 12/48 0/35
means that black used 12 minutes for the 13th move and now used a total of
48 minutes. White of course did not use time on this black move, but has used
35 minutes so far.
Sorry for the confusion,
Reijer
P.S.: I sent a copy of your question and my reply to Shogi-L because there
might be others with the same question.
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Reijer Grimbergen
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