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2.2.2 Default Level

GNU Go can play at different levels. Up to level 10 is supported. At level 10 GNU Go is much more accurate but takes an average of about 1.6 times longer to play than at level 8.

The level can be set at run time using the `--level' option. If you don't set this, the default level will be used. You can set the default level with the configure option `--enable-level=n'. For example

 
./configure --enable-level=9

sets the default level to 9. If you omit this parameter, the compiler sets the default level to 10. We recommend using level 10 unless you find it too slow. If you decide you want to change the default you may rerun configure and recompile the program.


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