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Re: GM Andrew Tang vs Leela Chess Zero

Post by duncan » Tue Apr 24, 2018 8:29 pm

FWCC wrote:GMs play her because she is an AI and different from standard chess engines it is good to see her progress versus various players. In due time she will beat Stockfish. I would like to see them put a HUMAN ELO on the graph and it does seem her progress is slow.GM Tang is a good sport!
30 elo a day is slow. 3 elo a day is very fast . graphs tab.


https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... w?sle=true#

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Re: GM Andrew Tang vs Leela Chess Zero

Post by FWCC » Tue Apr 24, 2018 10:08 pm

Don't blow a gasket,everything takes time I know. Didn't mean to put it quite that way. She is making nice progress y'all calm down.

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there is no limit of increase of the best level of computer?

Post by Father » Wed Apr 25, 2018 1:07 pm

Brainfish 180418 64 POPCNT (2 cores): 25.8 plies; 2.781kN/s Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-7200U CPU @ 2.50GHz 2712MHz, (2 cores, 4 threads) New Elo: 1889 (+33), Classic.

I would like to be able to play against artificial intelligence and self-learning computers. I am not pessimistic about the probability of doing very good games, to draw and win a few times in time. Only time will tell us if I have the reason or not.
I have a question. With the self-learning of artificial intelligence there is no limit of increase of the best level of computer game?


[pgn][Event "Rated game, 5 min"]
[Site "Engine Room"]
[Date "2018.04.25"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Rossi"]
[Black "Grand-father"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "A90"]
[WhiteElo "2408"]
[BlackElo "2016"]
[PlyCount "300"]
[EventDate "2018.04.25"]
[SourceTitle "playchess.com"]
[TimeControl "300"]

1. c4 {B 0} f5 {5} 2. d4 {B 0} e6 {1} 3. g3 {B 0} d5 {1} 4. Nf3 {B 0} c6 {1} 5.
Nc3 {B 0} Nf6 {1} 6. Bg2 {B 0} Bd6 {1} 7. O-O {B 0} O-O {1} 8. Qc2 {B 0} Re8 {1
} 9. b3 {0.86/23 23} Qe7 {3 (Nb8-d7)} 10. Ne5 {0.84/22 5} a6 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 11.
Bb2 {1.00/21 4} g6 {3 (Nb8-d7)} 12. e3 {1.49/22 9} Ba3 {2 (Nb8-d7)} 13. Bxa3 {6
} Qxa3 {1.65/24 0} 14. c5 {1.65/24 6} Qa5 {1} 15. Na4 {1.60/26 9} Nbd7 {2} 16.
f4 {1.59/26 2} Re7 {2 (Qa5-d8)} 17. Rab1 {1.67/22 11} Qc7 {1 (Qa5-d8)} 18. Rbc1
{1.66/22 15} Rg7 {1 (Kg8-g7)} 19. Nb2 {1.39/23 25} Nf8 {4 (h7-h6)} 20. Nbd3 {
1.47/20 5} Bd7 {1 (Nf8-d7)} 21. Bf3 {1.43/22 13} Be8 {0} 22. h4 {1.35/23 8} h5
{2 (Nf8-d7)} 23. Bg2 {1.43/24 6} Ra7 {1 (Nf6-g4)} 24. Nf3 {1.62/22 7} Qb8 {
2 (Nf8-h7)} 25. Ng5 {1.49/26 13} Qa8 {2 (Rg7-e7)} 26. Bf3 {1.64/23 11} Kh8 {
1 (Rg7-e7)} 27. Rf2 {1.77/17 3} Kg8 {1 (Rg7-e7)} 28. Rb1 {1.61/23 7} Kh8 {
1 (a6-a5)} 29. Ne5 {1.58/21 8} Kg8 {4 (Rg7-e7)} 30. a4 {1.60/24 6} Kh8 {
3 (a6-a5)} 31. b4 {2.11/20 4} N6d7 {1 (Rg7-e7)} 32. Nd3 {2.00/20 6} Kg8 {
4 (Rg7-e7)} 33. Rff1 {1.95/23 3} Qc8 {2 (Nd7-f6)} 34. Rf2 {1.97/20 2} Nb8 {
3 (Rg7-e7)} 35. Kg2 {1.94/20 3} Kh8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 36. a5 {1.95/17 9} Qc7 {
10 (Nb8-d7)} 37. Rb2 {1.95/19 8} Qe7 {0} 38. Kf1 {1.69/24 1} Ra8 {1 (Nf8-h7)}
39. Qb3 {1.67/29 3} Ra7 {3 (Nb8-d7)} 40. Ke2 {1.66/27 3} Ra8 {2 (Nb8-d7)} 41.
Rb1 {1.71/28 2} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 42. Kd2 {1.66/25 2} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 43. Kd1 {
1.66/30 2} Ra7 {2 (Nb8-d7)} 44. Kc2 {1.66/27 2} Nh7 {2 (Nb8-d7)} 45. Rd1 {
1.66/33 2} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 46. Kd2 {1.66/31 1} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 47. Rff1 {
1.66/31 1} Ra8 {1 (Nh7-f6)} 48. Ke1 {1.66/33 1} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 49. Kf2 {
1.66/32 1} Ra8 {1} 50. Qc3 {1.66/33 0} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 51. Bg2 {1.66/27 1} Ra8
{1 (Nb8-d7)} 52. Ra1 {1.66/30 1} Ra7 {1 (Nh7-f6)} 53. Rfd1 {1.66/29 2} Ra8 {
1 (Nb8-d7)} 54. Kg1 {1.66/33 1} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 55. Qd2 {1.66/28 1} Ra8 {
1 (Nb8-d7)} 56. Qe2 {1.66/30 1} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 57. Re1 {1.66/28 2} Ra8 {
2 (Nb8-d7)} 58. Bf3 {1.66/32 1} Ra7 {12 (Kh8-g8)} 59. Qg2 {1.66/27 1} Ra8 {1}
60. Ra2 {1.66/34 0} Ra7 {1 (Kh8-g8)} 61. Qh1 {1.66/26 1} Kg8 {2 (Ra7-a8)} 62.
Rc2 {1.66/30 1} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 63. Rd2 {1.66/31 1} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 64. Qg2 {
1.66/30 1} Nf6 {7 (Ra7-a8)} 65. Rdd1 {1.66/31 1} Ra8 {2 (Nb8-d7)} 66. Ne5 {
1.66/31 1} Ra7 {3 (Nf6-h7)} 67. Qe2 {1.66/28 1} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 68. Rd2 {
1.66/29 1} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 69. Bg2 {1.66/27 1} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 70. Rf1 {
1.66/28 1} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 71. Rdd1 {1.66/27 1} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 72. Qe1 {
1.66/27 1} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 73. Bh3 {1.66/28 1} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 74. Bg2 {
1.66/31 2} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 75. Nd3 {1.66/29 5} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 76. Kh1 {
1.66/24 0} Ra7 {1} 77. Bf3 {1.66/27 0} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 78. Ne5 {1.66/22 1} Ra7
{1 (Nb8-d7)} 79. Qe2 {1.63/23 1} Nbd7 {4} 80. Kg1 {1.50/23 0} Nf8 {1 (Ra7-a8)}
81. Kg2 {1.38/19 3} Ra8 {2} 82. Qb2 {1.07/17 0} Ra7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 83. Kh2 {
0.93/17 1} Ra8 {7 (Kg8-h8)} 84. Ra1 {0.45/20 1} N6d7 {1 (Kg8-h8)} 85. Nxd7 {
1.37/20 0} Bxd7 {1 (Nf8xd7)} 86. Qe2 {1.40/21 1} Ra7 {1 (Nf8-h7)} 87. Bg2 {
1.54/17 0} Ra8 {1 (Nf8-h7)} 88. Nf3 {1.36/20 1} Nh7 {1} 89. Ne5 {1.27/20 0} Nf6
{2 (Bd7-e8)} 90. Kg1 {1.17/15 0} Be8 {1} 91. Bf3 {1.25/25 0} Ra7 {1 (Rg7-h7)}
92. Rfb1 {1.28/15 0} Ra8 {1} 93. Nd3 {1.40/29 0} Ra7 {2 (Rg7-h7)} 94. Ne5 {
1.40/20 0} Ra8 {1} 95. Kf1 {1.40/35 0} Ra7 {1 (Nf6-d7)} 96. Ra2 {1.40/24 0} Kh7
{3 (Ra7-a8)} 97. Qc2 {1.40/21 0} Ra8 {1} 98. Ke1 {1.40/37 0} Rc8 {2 (Nf6-d7)}
99. Kd2 {1.40/23 0} Rc7 {0 (Rc8-a8)} 100. Kc3 {1.40/18 0} Rc8 {1 (Nf6-d7)} 101.
Kb3 {1.40/22 0} Rc7 {1 (Nf6-d7)} 102. Nd3 {1.40/21 0} Rc8 {1 (Be8-f7)} 103. Rh1
{1.40/27 0} Rc7 {2 (Be8-f7)} 104. Raa1 {1.40/23 0} Rc8 {1 (Be8-f7)} 105. Kb2 {
1.40/24 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-f7)} 106. Ne5 {1.40/22 0} Rc8 {2 (Be8-f7)} 107. Rac1 {
1.40/22 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-f7)} 108. Qd1 {1.40/19 0} Rc8 {1} 109. Qe2 {1.40/35 0}
Rc7 {1 (Be8-f7)} 110. Qe1 {1.40/23 0} Rf7 {1 (Be8-f7)} 111. Nxf7 {2.35/15 0}
Bxf7 {0} 112. Rb1 {2.39/36 0} Kg7 {1 (Rc7-c8)} 113. Kc2 {2.54/25 0} Be8 {
2 (Qe7-d8)} 114. Qc3 {2.49/29 0} Rc8 {1 (Qe7-d8)} 115. Kd1 {2.49/27 0} Rc7 {
1 (Be8-d7)} 116. Qd2 {2.49/27 0} Rc8 {1} 117. Qc3 {2.49/44 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)}
118. Kc2 {2.49/31 0} Rc8 {1 (Qe7-d8)} 119. Kd2 {2.49/29 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)}
120. Qc2 {2.49/26 0} Rc8 {1} 121. Ke2 {2.49/42 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 122. Kf2 {
2.49/26 0} Rc8 {2} 123. Ra1 {2.49/42 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 124. Qe2 {2.49/23 0}
Rc8 {1} 125. Qe1 {2.49/41 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 126. Qd2 {2.49/23 0} Rc8 {1} 127.
Qc2 {2.49/41 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-f7)} 128. Kg2 {2.49/25 0} Rc8 {1} 129. Rad1 {
2.49/38 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-f7)} 130. Rhf1 {2.49/23 0} Rc8 {1} 131. Qe2 {2.49/39 0}
Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 132. Qe1 {2.49/23 0} Rc8 {1 (Be8-f7)} 133. Rb1 {2.49/27 1} Rc7
{1 (Be8-d7)} 134. Qd2 {2.49/19 0} Rc8 {1 (Be8-f7)} 135. Ra1 {2.49/22 0} Rc7 {
1 (Be8-f7)} 136. Qb2 {2.49/19 0} Rc8 {1} 137. Rfb1 {2.49/42 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-f7)}
138. Qc2 {2.49/20 0} Rc8 {1} 139. Rd1 {2.49/40 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-f7)} 140. Qd2 {
2.49/20 0} Rc8 {1} 141. Qb2 {2.49/42 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 142. Qc2 {2.49/20 0}
Rc8 {1 (Be8-d7)} 143. Rab1 {2.49/23 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 144. Rh1 {2.49/19 0}
Rc8 {1} 145. Kf2 {2.49/33 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 146. Rhd1 {2.49/15 0} Rc8 {1}
147. Rdc1 {2.49/30 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 148. Kg2 {2.49/17 0} Rc8 {1} 149. Kf2 {
2.49/26 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 150. Ra1 {2.49/14 0} Rc8 {4 (Be8-d7)} 0-1

[/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.

Father
Posts: 1301
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there is no limit of increase of the best level of computer?

Post by Father » Wed Apr 25, 2018 1:08 pm

Brainfish 180418 64 POPCNT (2 cores): 25.8 plies; 2.781kN/s Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-7200U CPU @ 2.50GHz 2712MHz, (2 cores, 4 threads) New Elo: 1889 (+33), Classic.

I would like to be able to play against artificial intelligence and self-learning computers. I am not pessimistic about the probability of doing very good games, to draw and win a few times in time. Only time will tell us if I have the reason or not.
I have a question. With the self-learning of artificial intelligence there is no limit of increase of the best level of computer game?


[pgn][Event "Rated game, 5 min"]
[Site "Engine Room"]
[Date "2018.04.25"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Rossi"]
[Black "Grand-father"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "A90"]
[WhiteElo "2408"]
[BlackElo "2016"]
[PlyCount "300"]
[EventDate "2018.04.25"]
[SourceTitle "playchess.com"]
[TimeControl "300"]

1. c4 {B 0} f5 {5} 2. d4 {B 0} e6 {1} 3. g3 {B 0} d5 {1} 4. Nf3 {B 0} c6 {1} 5.
Nc3 {B 0} Nf6 {1} 6. Bg2 {B 0} Bd6 {1} 7. O-O {B 0} O-O {1} 8. Qc2 {B 0} Re8 {1
} 9. b3 {0.86/23 23} Qe7 {3 (Nb8-d7)} 10. Ne5 {0.84/22 5} a6 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 11.
Bb2 {1.00/21 4} g6 {3 (Nb8-d7)} 12. e3 {1.49/22 9} Ba3 {2 (Nb8-d7)} 13. Bxa3 {6
} Qxa3 {1.65/24 0} 14. c5 {1.65/24 6} Qa5 {1} 15. Na4 {1.60/26 9} Nbd7 {2} 16.
f4 {1.59/26 2} Re7 {2 (Qa5-d8)} 17. Rab1 {1.67/22 11} Qc7 {1 (Qa5-d8)} 18. Rbc1
{1.66/22 15} Rg7 {1 (Kg8-g7)} 19. Nb2 {1.39/23 25} Nf8 {4 (h7-h6)} 20. Nbd3 {
1.47/20 5} Bd7 {1 (Nf8-d7)} 21. Bf3 {1.43/22 13} Be8 {0} 22. h4 {1.35/23 8} h5
{2 (Nf8-d7)} 23. Bg2 {1.43/24 6} Ra7 {1 (Nf6-g4)} 24. Nf3 {1.62/22 7} Qb8 {
2 (Nf8-h7)} 25. Ng5 {1.49/26 13} Qa8 {2 (Rg7-e7)} 26. Bf3 {1.64/23 11} Kh8 {
1 (Rg7-e7)} 27. Rf2 {1.77/17 3} Kg8 {1 (Rg7-e7)} 28. Rb1 {1.61/23 7} Kh8 {
1 (a6-a5)} 29. Ne5 {1.58/21 8} Kg8 {4 (Rg7-e7)} 30. a4 {1.60/24 6} Kh8 {
3 (a6-a5)} 31. b4 {2.11/20 4} N6d7 {1 (Rg7-e7)} 32. Nd3 {2.00/20 6} Kg8 {
4 (Rg7-e7)} 33. Rff1 {1.95/23 3} Qc8 {2 (Nd7-f6)} 34. Rf2 {1.97/20 2} Nb8 {
3 (Rg7-e7)} 35. Kg2 {1.94/20 3} Kh8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 36. a5 {1.95/17 9} Qc7 {
10 (Nb8-d7)} 37. Rb2 {1.95/19 8} Qe7 {0} 38. Kf1 {1.69/24 1} Ra8 {1 (Nf8-h7)}
39. Qb3 {1.67/29 3} Ra7 {3 (Nb8-d7)} 40. Ke2 {1.66/27 3} Ra8 {2 (Nb8-d7)} 41.
Rb1 {1.71/28 2} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 42. Kd2 {1.66/25 2} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 43. Kd1 {
1.66/30 2} Ra7 {2 (Nb8-d7)} 44. Kc2 {1.66/27 2} Nh7 {2 (Nb8-d7)} 45. Rd1 {
1.66/33 2} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 46. Kd2 {1.66/31 1} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 47. Rff1 {
1.66/31 1} Ra8 {1 (Nh7-f6)} 48. Ke1 {1.66/33 1} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 49. Kf2 {
1.66/32 1} Ra8 {1} 50. Qc3 {1.66/33 0} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 51. Bg2 {1.66/27 1} Ra8
{1 (Nb8-d7)} 52. Ra1 {1.66/30 1} Ra7 {1 (Nh7-f6)} 53. Rfd1 {1.66/29 2} Ra8 {
1 (Nb8-d7)} 54. Kg1 {1.66/33 1} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 55. Qd2 {1.66/28 1} Ra8 {
1 (Nb8-d7)} 56. Qe2 {1.66/30 1} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 57. Re1 {1.66/28 2} Ra8 {
2 (Nb8-d7)} 58. Bf3 {1.66/32 1} Ra7 {12 (Kh8-g8)} 59. Qg2 {1.66/27 1} Ra8 {1}
60. Ra2 {1.66/34 0} Ra7 {1 (Kh8-g8)} 61. Qh1 {1.66/26 1} Kg8 {2 (Ra7-a8)} 62.
Rc2 {1.66/30 1} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 63. Rd2 {1.66/31 1} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 64. Qg2 {
1.66/30 1} Nf6 {7 (Ra7-a8)} 65. Rdd1 {1.66/31 1} Ra8 {2 (Nb8-d7)} 66. Ne5 {
1.66/31 1} Ra7 {3 (Nf6-h7)} 67. Qe2 {1.66/28 1} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 68. Rd2 {
1.66/29 1} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 69. Bg2 {1.66/27 1} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 70. Rf1 {
1.66/28 1} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 71. Rdd1 {1.66/27 1} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 72. Qe1 {
1.66/27 1} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 73. Bh3 {1.66/28 1} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 74. Bg2 {
1.66/31 2} Ra7 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 75. Nd3 {1.66/29 5} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 76. Kh1 {
1.66/24 0} Ra7 {1} 77. Bf3 {1.66/27 0} Ra8 {1 (Nb8-d7)} 78. Ne5 {1.66/22 1} Ra7
{1 (Nb8-d7)} 79. Qe2 {1.63/23 1} Nbd7 {4} 80. Kg1 {1.50/23 0} Nf8 {1 (Ra7-a8)}
81. Kg2 {1.38/19 3} Ra8 {2} 82. Qb2 {1.07/17 0} Ra7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 83. Kh2 {
0.93/17 1} Ra8 {7 (Kg8-h8)} 84. Ra1 {0.45/20 1} N6d7 {1 (Kg8-h8)} 85. Nxd7 {
1.37/20 0} Bxd7 {1 (Nf8xd7)} 86. Qe2 {1.40/21 1} Ra7 {1 (Nf8-h7)} 87. Bg2 {
1.54/17 0} Ra8 {1 (Nf8-h7)} 88. Nf3 {1.36/20 1} Nh7 {1} 89. Ne5 {1.27/20 0} Nf6
{2 (Bd7-e8)} 90. Kg1 {1.17/15 0} Be8 {1} 91. Bf3 {1.25/25 0} Ra7 {1 (Rg7-h7)}
92. Rfb1 {1.28/15 0} Ra8 {1} 93. Nd3 {1.40/29 0} Ra7 {2 (Rg7-h7)} 94. Ne5 {
1.40/20 0} Ra8 {1} 95. Kf1 {1.40/35 0} Ra7 {1 (Nf6-d7)} 96. Ra2 {1.40/24 0} Kh7
{3 (Ra7-a8)} 97. Qc2 {1.40/21 0} Ra8 {1} 98. Ke1 {1.40/37 0} Rc8 {2 (Nf6-d7)}
99. Kd2 {1.40/23 0} Rc7 {0 (Rc8-a8)} 100. Kc3 {1.40/18 0} Rc8 {1 (Nf6-d7)} 101.
Kb3 {1.40/22 0} Rc7 {1 (Nf6-d7)} 102. Nd3 {1.40/21 0} Rc8 {1 (Be8-f7)} 103. Rh1
{1.40/27 0} Rc7 {2 (Be8-f7)} 104. Raa1 {1.40/23 0} Rc8 {1 (Be8-f7)} 105. Kb2 {
1.40/24 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-f7)} 106. Ne5 {1.40/22 0} Rc8 {2 (Be8-f7)} 107. Rac1 {
1.40/22 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-f7)} 108. Qd1 {1.40/19 0} Rc8 {1} 109. Qe2 {1.40/35 0}
Rc7 {1 (Be8-f7)} 110. Qe1 {1.40/23 0} Rf7 {1 (Be8-f7)} 111. Nxf7 {2.35/15 0}
Bxf7 {0} 112. Rb1 {2.39/36 0} Kg7 {1 (Rc7-c8)} 113. Kc2 {2.54/25 0} Be8 {
2 (Qe7-d8)} 114. Qc3 {2.49/29 0} Rc8 {1 (Qe7-d8)} 115. Kd1 {2.49/27 0} Rc7 {
1 (Be8-d7)} 116. Qd2 {2.49/27 0} Rc8 {1} 117. Qc3 {2.49/44 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)}
118. Kc2 {2.49/31 0} Rc8 {1 (Qe7-d8)} 119. Kd2 {2.49/29 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)}
120. Qc2 {2.49/26 0} Rc8 {1} 121. Ke2 {2.49/42 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 122. Kf2 {
2.49/26 0} Rc8 {2} 123. Ra1 {2.49/42 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 124. Qe2 {2.49/23 0}
Rc8 {1} 125. Qe1 {2.49/41 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 126. Qd2 {2.49/23 0} Rc8 {1} 127.
Qc2 {2.49/41 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-f7)} 128. Kg2 {2.49/25 0} Rc8 {1} 129. Rad1 {
2.49/38 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-f7)} 130. Rhf1 {2.49/23 0} Rc8 {1} 131. Qe2 {2.49/39 0}
Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 132. Qe1 {2.49/23 0} Rc8 {1 (Be8-f7)} 133. Rb1 {2.49/27 1} Rc7
{1 (Be8-d7)} 134. Qd2 {2.49/19 0} Rc8 {1 (Be8-f7)} 135. Ra1 {2.49/22 0} Rc7 {
1 (Be8-f7)} 136. Qb2 {2.49/19 0} Rc8 {1} 137. Rfb1 {2.49/42 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-f7)}
138. Qc2 {2.49/20 0} Rc8 {1} 139. Rd1 {2.49/40 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-f7)} 140. Qd2 {
2.49/20 0} Rc8 {1} 141. Qb2 {2.49/42 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 142. Qc2 {2.49/20 0}
Rc8 {1 (Be8-d7)} 143. Rab1 {2.49/23 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 144. Rh1 {2.49/19 0}
Rc8 {1} 145. Kf2 {2.49/33 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 146. Rhd1 {2.49/15 0} Rc8 {1}
147. Rdc1 {2.49/30 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 148. Kg2 {2.49/17 0} Rc8 {1} 149. Kf2 {
2.49/26 0} Rc7 {1 (Be8-d7)} 150. Ra1 {2.49/14 0} Rc8 {4 (Be8-d7)} 0-1

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Re: there is no limit of increase of the best level of compu

Post by JJJ » Wed Apr 25, 2018 2:49 pm

win by lag because of guy is not a win. At very best you can draw some top engines yes, but that's it.

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Re: GM Andrew Tang vs Leela Chess Zero

Post by AdminX » Wed Apr 25, 2018 3:48 pm

Kingscrusher: "It looks like the days of beating Leela on easy mode are over" LMAO :lol:

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"error" To attribute the cause of the defeats of

Post by Father » Wed Apr 25, 2018 4:53 pm

Jean.

You are in error. You are making the same mistake that some experts insist on continuing to commit: " To attribute the cause of the defeats of the chess computers to the "lag".

Such attribution is usually false of absolute falsehood.

Are not enought the examples of games that I won on the desktop against my laptop? Do you need many more examples? ... I could publish here many many more cases. One of those examples I published playing against Komodo last week, and then, " Not only I beat Komodo on the desk several times," but Komodo repeatedly were crazy by continuing to play after dropping its flag.

It is time to correct the mistakes of some who resist the evidence that computers lose or tie in time. Please do not insist on covering more the light of the star only with the palm of your hand.

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Re: GM Andrew Tang vs Leela Chess Zero

Post by AdminX » Wed Apr 25, 2018 7:25 pm

National Master Jerry Lost to Leela


Video: https://youtu.be/HK7E9Cw3xwE

Game: https://lichess.org/KK21TUEP#32
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