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 The Tournament
I could win the by submitting a thousand of entries, with 999 of them playing to maximise the score of the remaining one.
Do you plan to run programs in a "sandbox"?
Is the ten-moves-per-second requirement a hard-limit?
How do you plan to run Windows binaries against Linux binaries?
I could win the by submitting a thousand of entries, with 999 of them playing to maximise the score of the remaining one.
Not necessarily: you might find that it is not so easy to play to lose! However, measures will be taken to disqualify entrants who "cheat" in this way.
Do you plan to run programs in a "sandbox"?
Yes. Your program will be run in isolation.
Is the ten-moves-per-second requirement a hard-limit?
No, we will be flexible on this, but we do believe that most contestants will not have a problem meeting this requirement.
How do you plan to run Windows binaries against Linux binaries?
The judge program will run on a Windows machine, and a simple client-server mechanism will be used to communicate with contestant programs running on a Linux server.
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