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pentobi - computer opponent for the board game Blokus
pentobi [options] [file]
pentobi is the command to invoke the program Pentobi, which is a
graphical user interface and computer opponent to play the board game
The command can take the name of a game file to open at startup as an
optional argument. The game file is expected to be in Pentobi's SGF
format as documented in doc/blksgf/Pentobi-SGF.php in the Pentobi
The amount of memory in bytes to be used by the search. If this
option is not used, it depends on the amount of physical memory
available on the system how much memory Pentobi will allocate
(currently up to 1 GB). If the memory for the search is too
low, the playing strength at higher playing levels will be
impaired. This can be checked by running Pentobi with option
--verbose in a game variant with a high number of Monte-Carlo
simulations per second (e.g. Duo). If a message that the search
tree was pruned occurs more than a few times during a move
generation, the playing strength is likely to be affected.
The number of threads to use in the search. By default, up to 4
threads are used in the search depending on the number of
hardware threads supported by the current system. Using more
threads will speed up the move generation but using a very high
number of threads (e.g. more than 8) can degrade the playing
strength in higher playing levels.
Print internal information about the move generation and other
debugging information to standard error.
Markus Enzenberger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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