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Human humiliates in bullet to the supercomputer playing e4

Post by Father » Tue Mar 20, 2018 5:59 pm

Stockfish 160318 64 POPCNT (8 threads): 31.2 plies; 6.863kN/s Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz 2592MHz, (4 cores, 8 threads)

Not usual.

[pgn] [Event "Rated game, 2 min"]
[Site "Engine Room"]
[Date "2018.03.20"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Chessbulle"]
[Black "Grand-father"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "C44"]
[WhiteElo "1584"]
[BlackElo "2016"]
[PlyCount "236"]
[EventDate "2018.03.20"]
[SourceTitle "playchess.com"]
[TimeControl "120"]

1. e4 {B 0} e5 {1} 2. Cf3 {B 0} Cc6 {1} 3. Ac4 {B 0} Ad6 {1} 4. O-O {B 0} Cf6 {
1} 5. c3 {0.97/23 6} Ae7 {2 (0-0)} 6. d4 {1.06/23 2} d6 {1} 7. Ad3 {0.80/23 1}
O-O {2 (Lg4)} 8. d5 {0.75/21 3} Cb8 {1} 9. Ae3 {0.72/23 0} Ce8 {2 (Lg4)} 10. h3
{1.23/21 2} b6 {0 (c6)} 11. c4 {1.31/24 5} g6 {1 (Sd7)} 12. Ah6 {2} Cg7 {
1.41/22 0} 13. Cc3 {1.28/23 6} f6 {1 (f5)} 14. g4 {1.55/19 2} Tf7 {4 (Sd7)} 15.
Rh1 {1.64/22 4} Cd7 {2} 16. Tg1 {1.67/21 0} Cf8 {1 (a5)} 17. h4 {1.95/19 1} a6
{3 (Sd7)} 18. h5 {2.03/21 6} g5 {1 (Lb7)} 19. Cd2 {2.14/22 8} Cd7 {11 (c6)} 20.
Cf1 {2.15/21 2} Af8 {1} 21. a3 {2.20/22 1} Ce8 {1} 22. Axf8 {3} Cxf8 {2.18/25 0
} 23. Ce3 {2.15/24 1} h6 {2 (Sg7)} 24. Dd2 {2.07/23 4} Rh7 {2 (Sg7)} 25. Rg2 {
2.27/20 3} Ab7 {1 (Sg7)} 26. Tgd1 {2.30/22 6} Cg7 {1 (c5)} 27. f3 {2.24/22 3}
Cd7 {1 (c6)} 28. Ac2 {2.27/20 1} De7 {1 (Tf8)} 29. b4 {2.35/31 1} Tff8 {8} 30.
Aa4 {2.35/29 1} Ta7 {3 (a5)} 31. Dc2 {2.28/17 3} Tfa8 {1 (Td8)} 32. Tdc1 {
2.39/20 3} Rh8 {6 (Td8)} 33. Axd7 {2.39/23 3} Dxd7 {2} 34. c5 {2.51/26 0} De7 {
12 (dxc5)} 35. c6 {3.40/27 1} Ac8 {2} 36. a4 {3.40/36 0} Rg8 {9 (Tb8)} 37. a5 {
3.54/31 1} b5 {2} 38. Ce2 {3.54/44 0} Ce8 {9 (Tb8)} 39. Rf2 {3.54/41 1} Rg7 {
1 (Sg7)} 40. Te1 {3.54/40 1} Rh8 {0 (Df7)} 41. Rg2 {3.54/38 1} Rg7 {0 (Sg7)}
42. Th1 {1} Rh8 {3.54/41 0 (Kg8)} 43. The1 {3.54/41 1} Rh7 {0 (Sg7)} 44. Cg3 {
3.54/40 1} Rh8 {1 (Df7)} 45. Dc3 {3.54/39 1} Dh7 {1 (Kg8)} 46. Dd3 {3.54/38 1}
Rg8 {0} 47. Tab1 {3.54/41 0} Rf8 {1 (Df7)} 48. Dc3 {3.54/39 1} Rg8 {1} 49. Tbc1
{3.54/44 0} Rf8 {1 (Df7)} 50. Te2 {1} Rg8 {3.54/41 0} 51. Td2 {0} Rf8 {3.54/39
0 (De7)} 52. Th1 {1} Rg8 {3.54/39 0} 53. Te2 {0} Rf8 {3.54/39 0 (Tb8)} 54. Rf2
{1} Rg8 {3.54/40 0} 55. Tee1 {0} Rf8 {3.54/42 0 (Sg7)} 56. Thf1 {1} Rg8 {
3.54/39 0} 57. Th1 {0} Rf8 {3.54/43 0 (Sg7)} 58. Dd3 {1} Rg8 {3.54/43 0} 59.
Dc2 {0} Rf8 {3.54/43 0 (Sg7)} 60. Tc1 {1} Rg8 {3.54/39 0} 61. Rg2 {3.54/42 0}
Rh8 {1 (Df7)} 62. The1 {1} Rg8 {3.54/41 0} 63. Th1 {0} Rh8 {3.54/45 0 (Df7)}
64. Tb1 {1} Rg8 {3.54/41 0} 65. Dc3 {0} Rh8 {3.54/42 0 (Sg7)} 66. Rg1 {1} Rg8 {
3.54/37 0} 67. Tb2 {0} Rh8 {3.54/40 0 (Tb8)} 68. Thh2 {1} Rg8 {3.54/40 0} 69.
Thc2 {0} Rh8 {3.54/37 0 (Kg7)} 70. Th2 {1} Rg8 {3.54/37 0} 71. Tbf2 {0} Rh8 {
3.54/35 0 (Df7)} 72. Dd2 {2} Rg8 {3.54/34 0} 73. Dd3 {0} Rh8 {3.54/33 0 (Df7)}
74. Thg2 {1} Rg8 {3.54/29 0 (Df7)} 75. Tc2 {4} Rh8 {3.54/29 0 (Df7)} 76. Tc1 {
3.54/25 1} Rg8 {1} 77. Tb2 {3.54/23 0} Rh8 {0 (Sg7)} 78. Th2 {1} Rg8 {3.54/20 0
} 79. Th1 {0} Rh8 {3.54/21 0 (Sg7)} 80. Th2 {2} Rg8 {3.54/18 0} 81. Td1 {
3.46/16 0} Rh8 {0 (Kf8)} 82. Thd2 {3.38/17 2} Rg8 {0} 83. Dc3 {3.31/18 0} Rh8 {
0 (Df7)} 84. Te1 {1.50/20 1} Rg8 {0} 85. Cgf5 {1.61/25 0} Axf5 {2 (Kf7)} 86.
exf5 {0} Rh8 {2.12/22 0 (Df7)} 87. Cd1 {2.19/29 0} Rg8 {0 (Tb8)} 88. De3 {
2.61/26 0} Rf8 {0 (De7)} 89. Cf2 {3.25/29 0} Rf7 {0 (Df7)} 90. Rg2 {3.25/31 0}
Rf8 {1 (Kg8)} 91. Ted1 {0} Rf7 {3.25/31 0 (Df7)} 92. Te1 {0} Rf8 {3.25/33 0
(Kg8)} 93. Tde2 {0} Rf7 {3.25/34 0 (Df7)} 94. Ce4 {0} Rf8 {3.25/30 0 (Kg7)} 95.
Td1 {0} Rf7 {3.25/30 0 (Kg8)} 96. Th1 {0} Rf8 {3.25/29 0 (Kg8)} 97. Rf2 {0} Rf7
{3.25/30 0 (Kg8)} 98. Td1 {0} Rf8 {3.25/30 0 (Kg7)} 99. Tde1 {0} Rf7 {3.25/26
0 (Df7)} 100. Rg1 {0} Rf8 {3.25/28 0 (Kg8)} 101. Rf2 {0} Rf7 {3.25/28 0 (Df7)}
102. Rg1 {0} Rf8 {3.25/30 0 (Kg8)} 103. Ta1 {0} Rf7 {3.25/26 0 (Df7)} 104. Tc1
{0} Rf8 {3.25/24 0 (Kg7)} 105. Rg2 {0} Rf7 {3.25/22 0 (Df7)} 106. Tee1 {0} Rf8
{3.25/22 0 (Kg7)} 107. Tcd1 {0} Rf7 {3.25/23 0 (Df7)} 108. Tf1 {0} Rf8 {
3.25/20 0 (Kg8)} 109. Th1 {0} Rf7 {3.25/23 0 (Kg8)} 110. The1 {0} Rf8 {3.25/23
0 (Kg8)} 111. Td2 {0} Rf7 {3.25/24 0 (Kg8)} 112. Tf2 {0} Rf8 {3.25/22 0 (Kg8)}
113. Td2 {0} Rf7 {3.25/21 0 (Kg8)} 114. Tee2 {0} Rf8 {3.25/23 0 (Kg8)} 115. Td1
{0} Rf7 {3.25/23 0 (Kg8)} 116. Tde1 {0} Rf8 {3.25/21 0 (Dg7)} 117. Th1 {0} Rf7
{3.25/23 0} 118. Td1 {0} Rf8 {3.25/39 0 (Kg7)} 0-1[/pgn]

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I am thinking chess is in a coin.Human beings for ever playing in one face.Now I am playing in the other face:"Antichess". Computers are as a fortres where owner forgot to close a little door behind. You must enter across this door.Forget the front.

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Again I need help or a hand to motion,Thanks in advance...

Post by Father » Tue Mar 20, 2018 6:06 pm

Again I need help to the motion,Thanks in advance...

Best regards chess community,

Pablo Ignacio
Father @ Grand-Father playchess.com usser
I am thinking chess is in a coin.Human beings for ever playing in one face.Now I am playing in the other face:"Antichess". Computers are as a fortres where owner forgot to close a little door behind. You must enter across this door.Forget the front.

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Re: Human humiliates in bullet to the supercomputer playing

Post by Father » Tue Mar 20, 2018 6:07 pm

[pgn]r3nk2/r1p4q/p1Pp1p1p/Pp1PpPpP/1P2N1P1/4QP2/4R1K1/3R4 w - - 0 119[/pgn]
I am thinking chess is in a coin.Human beings for ever playing in one face.Now I am playing in the other face:"Antichess". Computers are as a fortres where owner forgot to close a little door behind. You must enter across this door.Forget the front.

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Re: Human humiliates in bullet to the supercomputer playing

Post by kgburcham » Tue Mar 20, 2018 6:25 pm

you have been posting the same game for years. what is your rating 1500? top programs are 3400. what is your point? why do you keep repeating yourself?
no chess program was born totally from one mind. all chess programs have many ideas from many minds.

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Re: Human humiliates in bullet to the supercomputer playing

Post by Ovyron » Tue Mar 20, 2018 7:39 pm

kgburcham wrote:you have been posting the same game for years. what is your rating 1500? top programs are 3400. what is your point? why do you keep repeating yourself?
He believes to be the last man standing in the man vs machine chess war.

At least these games are real (Pablo really went and used Premove to take advantage of lag and buggy GUI with engine not configured to compensate to win on time), unlike other people's fabrications...
Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.

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Re: Human humiliates in bullet to the supercomputer playing

Post by mehmet karaman » Tue Mar 20, 2018 8:56 pm

kgburcham wrote:you have been posting the same game for years. what is your rating 1500? top programs are 3400. what is your point? why do you keep repeating yourself?
+1

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Re: Human humiliates in bullet to the supercomputer playing

Post by Uri » Wed Mar 21, 2018 2:43 pm

kgburcham wrote:you have been posting the same game for years. what is your rating 1500? top programs are 3400. what is your point? why do you keep repeating yourself?
There's no way top engines are 3400.

I honestly believe that top programs are over-rated.

The problem is that engines don't compete in FIDE against top humans so we can't really know how strong top engines really are.

If the top chess engines were to compete against the top humans like Vladimir Kramnik, Gary Kasparov, Vasily Smyslov, Magnus Carlsen, Anatoly Karpov, Vishy Anand and Hikaru Nakamura then only then we could know how strong they really are.

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Re: Human humiliates in bullet to the supercomputer playing

Post by JohnW » Wed Mar 21, 2018 3:33 pm

Uri wrote:
kgburcham wrote:you have been posting the same game for years. what is your rating 1500? top programs are 3400. what is your point? why do you keep repeating yourself?
There's no way top engines are 3400.

I honestly believe that top programs are over-rated.

The problem is that engines don't compete in FIDE against top humans so we can't really know how strong top engines really are.

If the top chess engines were to compete against the top humans like Vladimir Kramnik, Gary Kasparov, Vasily Smyslov, Magnus Carlsen, Anatoly Karpov, Vishy Anand and Hikaru Nakamura then only then we could know how strong they really are.
Well there are games with GM Hikaru Nakamura (Elo 2787) . Every time I see the GM's play the computers they never play on equal terms, the computer always has to start by missing a pawn or down an exchange etc.
There used to be a Harvard Cup where the top human players played against the top computers but they don't dare do that any more.

https://www.chess.com/news/view/komodo- ... attle-1331

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Re: Human humiliates in bullet to the supercomputer playing

Post by Father » Wed Mar 21, 2018 8:51 pm

Jhon.
Not anymore have not exist more public competitions. Exist silence and lies.
I am thinking chess is in a coin.Human beings for ever playing in one face.Now I am playing in the other face:"Antichess". Computers are as a fortres where owner forgot to close a little door behind. You must enter across this door.Forget the front.

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Re: Human humiliates in bullet to the supercomputer playing

Post by tpoppins » Wed Mar 21, 2018 10:37 pm

Easy on the hyperbole, Don Pablo. The i7-6700HQ is a laptop processor that might have qualified as a supercomputer chip 30 years ago, not today. Ten years ago there were desktops at least as fast.

And I don't think bullet games are of interest to anyone.

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