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Robert Flesher
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Another amazing attacking game!

Post by Robert Flesher » Wed Jun 23, 2010 12:12 am

[Event "Microsoft, Blitz:10'"]
[Site "Microsoft"]
[Date "2010.06.22"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Zappa Mexico II"]
[Black "SmarThink 1.10"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "D52"]
[Annotator "0.96;0.47"]
[PlyCount "111"]
[TimeControl "600"]

{Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67GHz 0 MHz W=13.6 ply; 3,350kN/s;
Storm V.ctg B=13.1 ply; 986kN/s; BookDF12.ctg} 1. d4 {0} d5 {0} 2. Nf3 {0} e6
{0} 3. c4 {0} c6 {0} 4. Nc3 {0} Nf6 {0} 5. Bg5 {0} Nbd7 {0} 6. e3 {0} Qa5 {0}
7. Nd2 {0} dxc4 {0} 8. Bxf6 {0} Nxf6 {0} 9. Nxc4 {0} Qc7 {0} 10. Bd3 {0} Be7 {0
} 11. O-O {0} O-O {0} 12. Rc1 {0} Rd8 {Both last book move 0} 13. Ne5 {
0.96/17 92} Qa5 {(Bd7) 0.47/13 43} 14. f4 {(g3) 1.18/16 33} g6 {
(Bd7) 0.30/12 16} 15. Qf3 {1.19/15 79} Nd5 {(Qc7) 0.40/12 13} 16. Nxd5 {
1.45/14 20} Qxd5 {(Rxd5) 0.84/13 31} 17. Qg3 {1.42/15 27} Bf6 {0.62/12 13} 18.
Rc5 {(b3) 1.35/15 23} Qd6 {0.68/12 19} 19. h4 {1.06/16 58} Qf8 {0.76/13 12} 20.
h5 {1.05/16 10} Qg7 {0.82/13 11} 21. Qh3 {1.02/15 18} Kf8 {(Bd7) 0.84/11 11}
22. h6 {(Kf2) 1.31/14 11} Qh8 {(Qg8) 0.73/13 16} 23. Bc4 {(Rc3) 1.43/15 12} Qg8
{(Rd7) 0.55/13 10} 24. a3 {(Bb3) 1.34/13 8} Be7 {(a6) 0.01/14 10} 25. f5 {
(b4) 1.73/14 7} gxf5 {0.21/14 9} 26. Nxf7 {(Rf3) 2.00/15 5} Qxf7 {
(Rd5) 0.00/14 14} 27. Rcxf5 {2.54/15 6} exf5 {0.04/16 12} 28. Bxf7 {2.54/14 0}
Kxf7 {0.05/14 3} 29. g4 {(Qh5+) 2.20/14 13} Bf6 {(Rg8) -0.19/13 9} 30. gxf5 {
2.83/13 9} Rg8+ {(Ke7) -0.15/13 8} 31. Kf2 {3.01/13 4} Rg5 {(Bd7) -0.16/14 8}
32. e4 {(Ke2) 3.34/8 0} Bxd4+ {(Bd7) -0.56/12 16} 33. Ke2 {3.22/12 6} Kf6 {
(Bd7) -0.01/12 19} 34. Qd3 {(Qh4) 5.10/12 11} c5 {-0.08/12 8} 35. b4 {5.10/12 0
} Rg2+ {0.00/12 7} 36. Kf3 {(Ke1) 5.10/12 0} Rh2 {0.92/14 47} 37. Qc4 {
6.20/12 6} Rh3+ {(Bxf5) 1.11/13 6} 38. Kg2 {6.81/13 3} Rh5 {(Rxh6) 1.65/13 14}
39. bxc5 {7.80/13 4} Be5 {1.84/12 5} 40. c6 {7.80/12 0} Rb8 {2.89/12 35} 41. c7
{8.15/13 5} Ra8 {2.89/12 4} 42. Kf2 {(Qc5) 8.15/13 0} Rh2+ {2.33/11 5} 43. Ke3
{8.14/13 4} Rh3+ {2.90/12 17} 44. Ke2 {(Rf3) 6.32/13 5} Rg3 {(Rh2+) 2.89/12 5}
45. Qc5 {9.11/12 3} Rg8 {(Rg2+) 4.62/12 24} 46. Qd5 {(Rd1) 9.45/11 2} Rg4 {
(Rg2+) 3.32/11 3} 47. Qd8+ {10.10/13 4} Kf7 {3.32/1 0} 48. Kd1 {
(Ke3) 10.10/13 0} Rg3 {5.35/13 20} 49. f6 {10.10/12 0} Bg4+ {(Bh3) 3.89/12 2}
50. Kc2 {9.24/14 8} Rc3+ {(Bh3) 4.44/11 6} 51. Kd2 {9.51/8 0} Rxc7 {4.27/12 2}
52. Qxa8 {10.59/12 6} Rd7+ {(Bc8) 5.59/12 15} 53. Ke3 {11.76/12 2} Bh3 {
(Rd6) 6.54/12 12} 54. Rf3 {11.56/9 0} Bd4+ {7.88/12 10} 55. Kf4 {13.22/12 2}
Bxf6 {(Be6) 9.07/12 9} 56. Rxh3 {12.99/8 0} 1-0

What engine plays Nxf7 !! in this position

[d]r1br1kq1/pp2bp1p/2p1p2P/2R1Np2/2BP4/P3P2Q/1P4P1/5RK1 w - - 0 26

Will Singleton
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Re: Another amazing attacking game!

Post by Will Singleton » Wed Jun 23, 2010 12:48 am

Rf3 looks better.

Robert Flesher
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Re: Another amazing attacking game!

Post by Robert Flesher » Wed Jun 23, 2010 12:57 am

They both win, but Nxf7 is far more stunning and beautiful!

royb
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Re: Another amazing attacking game!

Post by royb » Wed Jun 23, 2010 2:14 am

Actually, from what I can tell, Nxf7 is significantly weaker (and maybe even only good for a draw). It is exciting nonetheless -- I have to admit that!

kgburcham
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Re: Another amazing attacking game!

Post by kgburcham » Wed Jun 23, 2010 2:22 am

[D] r1br1kq1/pp2bp1p/2p1p2P/2R1Np2/2BP4/P3P2Q/1P4P1/5RK1 w - -

Rybka 3

15.01 0:17 +1.28 26.Nxf7 Qxf7 27.Rcxf5 exf5 (10.709.160) 627
15.40 0:22 +1.54++ 26.Rf3 (13.249.756) 596
15.01 0:26 +1.66 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Bd3 b6 35.b4 a6 36.Qg7+ Rd7 37.Qe5+ Rd6 38.Bxf5 Bxf5 39.Qxf5 (15.594.775) 596
16.01 0:31 +1.67 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Bd3 b6 35.b4 a6 36.Qg7+ Rd7 37.Qe5+ Rd6 38.Bxf5 Bxf5 39.Qxf5 (18.639.795) 601
17.01 0:36 +1.67 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Bd3 b6 35.b4 a6 36.Qg7+ Rd7 37.Qe5+ Rd6 38.Bxf5 Bxf5 39.Qxf5 (21.802.810) 605
18.01 1:15 +1.87++ 26.Rf3 (46.229.792) 628
18.01 1:44 +2.06 26.Rf3 Rd5 27.Bxd5 exd5 28.Rg3 Bg5 29.Qh5 f6 30.Rc3 Be6 31.Rb3 b6 32.Rc3 Rc8 33.Nxc6 Bd7 34.Ne5 Rxc3 35.Nxd7+ Ke7 36.bxc3 Kxd7 37.Rf3 Qe6 38.Kf2 Ke7 39.Qh3 (61.787.392) 603
19.01 2:04 +2.06 26.Rf3 Rd5 27.Bxd5 exd5 28.Rg3 Bg5 29.Qh5 f6 30.Rc3 Be6 31.Rb3 b6 32.Rc3 Rc8 33.Nxc6 Bd7 34.Ne5 Rxc3 35.Nxd7+ Ke7 36.bxc3 Kxd7 37.Rf3 Qe6 38.Kf2 Ke7 39.Qh3 (71.553.807) 588
20.01 4:43 +2.12 26.Rf3 Rd5 27.Bxd5 exd5 28.Rg3 Bg5 29.Qh5 f6 30.Rc3 Be6 31.Rb3 b6 32.Rc3 Rc8 33.Nxc6 Bd7 34.Ne5 Rxc3 35.Nxd7+ Ke7 36.bxc3 Kxd7 37.Rf3 Ke7 38.Qh3 Qc8 39.Kh1 (160.634.755) 579
21.01 6:20 +2.12 26.Rf3 Rd5 27.Bxd5 exd5 28.Rg3 Bg5 29.Qh5 f6 30.Rc3 Be6 31.Rb3 b6 32.Rc3 Rc8 33.Nxc6 Bd7 34.Ne5 Rxc3 35.Nxd7+ Ke7 36.bxc3 Kxd7 37.Rf3 Ke7 38.Qh3 Qc8 39.Kh1 (217.488.148) 585
22.01 10:36 +2.12 26.Rf3 Rd5 27.Bxd5 exd5 28.Rg3 Bg5 29.Qh5 f6 30.Rc3 Be6 31.Rb3 b5 32.Nxc6 Rc8 33.Rc3 Bd7 34.Ne5 Rxc3 35.Nxd7+ Ke7 36.bxc3 Kxd7 37.a4 a6 38.axb5 axb5 39.Qe2 (373.440.318) 601

Deep Shredder 12 x64

18/50 0:53 +1.70 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Kf2 b6 35.Bd3 Rd5 36.Ke2 Bd7 37.Qf4+ Rd6 38.Bxf5 Bxf5 39.Qxf5 (417.345.894) 7823 SB:49
19/53 1:06 +1.66 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Bd3 b6 35.b4 Rd6 36.Qf8 Rd8 37.Qe7+ Rd7 38.Qe8 Rd8 39.Qf7+ (526.811.829) 7890 SB:53
20/52 1:31 +1.66 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Bd3 b6 35.b4 Rd6 36.Qf8 Rd8 37.Qe7+ Rd7 38.Qe8 Rd8 39.Qf7+ (726.231.525) 7942 SB:63
21/56 2:21 +1.66 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Bd3 b6 35.b4 Rd6 36.Qf8 Rd8 37.Qe7+ Rd7 38.Qe8 Rd8 39.Qf7+ (1.126.042.945) 7981 SB:143
22/58 5:27 +2.24 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Qf4+ Rd6 35.g4 fxg4 36.e4 b5 37.Bb3 Bd7 38.e5 Re6 39.Bxe6 (2.668.853.039) 8152 SB:1.809
best move: Rf1-f3 time: 5:36.000 min n/s: 8.142.359 CPU 1198.6% n/s(1CPU): 679.322 nodes: 2.735.580.345 SB: 1.809


Zappa Mexico II

17/53 0:08 +1.20 26.Rf3 Bf6 27.Rg3 Qh8 28.Qh5 Bxe5 29.Rxe5 Qf6 30.Rg7 Ke7 31.a4 f4 32.Rxh7 fxe3 33.Rxe3 (78.107.508) 9396
18/55 0:10 +1.17 26.Rf3 Bf6 27.Rg3 Qh8 28.Qh5 Bxe5 29.Rxe5 Qf6 30.Rg7 Ke7 31.a4 f4 32.Qh3 c5 33.Rxc5 Rxd4 (103.171.834) 9753
18/55 0:12 +1.17 26.Rf3 Bf6 27.Rg3 Qh8 28.Qh5 Bxe5 29.Rxe5 Qf6 30.Rg7 Ke7 31.a4 f4 32.Qh3 c5 33.Rxc5 Rxd4 (119.218.070) 9934
19/57 0:16 +1.22 26.Rf3 Bf6 27.Rg3 Qh8 28.Qh5 Bxe5 29.Rxe5 Qf6 30.Rg7 Ke7 31.Bd3 f4 32.Bxh7 fxe3 33.Rxe3 b6 (167.443.848) 10167
19/57 0:19 +1.22 26.Rf3 Bf6 27.Rg3 Qh8 28.Qh5 Bxe5 29.Rxe5 Qf6 30.Rg7 Ke7 31.Bd3 f4 32.Bxh7 fxe3 33.Rxe3 b6 (193.350.784) 10134
20/59 0:51 +1.38 26.Rf3 Rd5 27.Rg3 Bg5 28.Bxd5 exd5 29.Qh5 f6 30.Rc3 Qe6 31.Kf2 Qe8 32.Rxg5 Qxh5 33.Rxh5 fxe5 34.Rg5 exd4 35.exd4 (544.884.454) 10577
20/59 0:59 +1.38 26.Rf3 Rd5 27.Rg3 Bg5 28.Bxd5 exd5 29.Qh5 f6 30.Rc3 Qe6 31.Kf2 Qe8 32.Rxg5 Qxh5 33.Rxh5 fxe5 34.Rg5 exd4 35.exd4 (621.580.391) 10485
21/61 1:20 +1.39 26.Rf3 Rd5 27.Rg3 Bg5 28.Bxd5 exd5 29.Qh5 f6 30.Rc3 Qe6 31.b4 Qe8 32.Rxg5 fxg5 33.Qxg5 Qe7 34.Qh5 Be6 (858.630.955) 10612
21/61 1:31 +1.39 26.Rf3 Rd5 27.Rg3 Bg5 28.Bxd5 exd5 29.Qh5 f6 30.Rc3 Qe6 31.b4 Qe8 32.Rxg5 fxg5 33.Qxg5 Qe7 34.Qh5 Be6 (966.086.359) 10525
22/63 2:22 +1.57 26.Rf3 Rd5 27.Rg3 Bg5 28.Bxd5 exd5 29.Qh5 f6 30.Rc3 Qe6 31.Nf3 Bxe3+ 32.Kh1 Qe4 33.Rxe3 Qxe3 34.Rg7 Qc1+ 35.Kh2 Be6 36.Rxh7 (1.499.270.824) 10546
22/63 2:45 +1.57 26.Rf3 Rd5 27.Rg3 Bg5 28.Bxd5 exd5 29.Qh5 f6 30.Rc3 Qe6 31.Nf3 Bxe3+ 32.Kh1 Qe4 33.Rxe3 Qxe3 34.Rg7 Qc1+ 35.Kh2 Be6 36.Rxh7 (1.727.006.973) 10463
23/65 6:58 +1.76 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Qg7+ Rd7 35.Qe5+ Rd6 36.Bd3 Bd7 37.Bxf5 Re8 (4.353.231.655) 10404

yanquis1972
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Re: Another amazing attacking game!

Post by yanquis1972 » Wed Jun 23, 2010 3:29 am

a 2hr single core R4 analysis --

[+2.03] d=21 1.Rf3 Rd5 2.Bxd5 exd5 3.Rg3 Bg5 4.Qh5 f6 5.Rc3 Be6 6.Rb3 b6 7.Rc3 Rc8 8.Nxc6 Bd7 9.Ne5 Rxc3 10.Nxd7 Ke7 11.bxc3 Kxd7 12.Rf3 Ke7 13.Qh3 Qc8 14.Kf2 Qxc3 15.Qxf5 Qd2 16.Kg3 (1:38:03) 864723kN
[+0.65] d=21 1.Nxf7 Qxf7 2.Rcxf5 exf5 3.Bxf7 Kxf7 4.Rxf5 Bxf5 5.Qxf5 Bf6 6.e4 Rg8 7.Qxh7 Ke6 8.Qf5 Ke7 9.e5 Bg5 10.g3 Be3 11.Kg2 Raf8 12.h7 Rh8 13.Qg6 Kd8 14.g4 Kc8 15.Qe4 Bg5 (1:51:22) 980461kN

not as fun, true, but you can't fault engines for not playing. it is cool that there's a personality that does however.

PawnStormZ
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Another amazing attacking game!

Post by PawnStormZ » Wed Jun 23, 2010 4:45 am

IvanHoe_T63Mini10x64

[+2.13] d=29 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Qf4+ Kb6 35.Qe5 a6 36.a4 Ka7 37.Qc5+ b6 38.Qxc6 Bb7 39.Qf6 Rf8 40.Qg7 Rfc8 41.b3 Rab8 42.Qd7 Rf8 43.Be6 Rbc8 44.Bd5 Rb8 45.Qg7 Rfc8 46.Kf2 a5 47.Bc4 Re8 48.d5 Rg8 49.Qc7 Rbc8 50.Qe7 Rcd8 51.Qc7 Rdf8 52.Kf3 Rc8 53.Qd7 Rce8 54.Qc7 Rc8 (0:39.27) 17051560kN

[+2.13] d=28 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Qf4+ Kb6 35.Qe5 a6 36.a4 Ka7 37.Qc5+ b6 38.Qxc6 Bb7 39.Qf6 Rf8 40.Qg7 Rfc8 41.b3 Rab8 42.Kf2 a5 43.d5 Rg8 44.Qc7 Rg6 45.Qe5 Rbg8 46.Bf1 Rg5 47.Qe7 R8g7 48.Qe6 Rc7 (0:27.38) 11775557kN

[+2.14] d=27 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Qf4+ Kb6 35.Qe5 a6 36.a4 Ka7 37.Qc5+ b6 38.Qxc6 Bb7 39.Qf6 Rf8 40.Qg7 Rfc8 41.b3 Rab8 42.Kf2 a5 43.d5 Rg8 (0:21.25) 9006563kN

[+2.10] d=26 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Qf4+ Kb6 35.Qe5 a6 36.a4 Ka7 37.Qc5+ b6 38.Qxc6 Bb7 39.Qf6 Rf8 40.Qg7 Rfc8 41.b3 Rab8 42.Kf2 a5 43.d5 Rg8 44.Qc7 Rbd8 45.Kf3 Rc8 46.Qd7 Rcd8 47.Qc7 (0:13.16) 5508434kN

[+2.10] d=26 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Qf4+ Kb6 35.Qe5 a6 36.a4 a5 37.Bd3 Rd5 38.Qe7 Rb8 39.Bc4 Rd7 40.Qe5 Ra8 41.Be6 Rd8 42.Qc5+ Kc7 43.Qe7+ Bd7 44.Bxf5 Ra6 45.Bxd7 Rxd7 46.Qe5+ Kb6 47.g4 Ra8 48.g5 Rd5 49.Qf6 Rad8 50.Kf2 R8d6 51.Qg7 (0:12.57) 5375070kN

[+2.02] d=25 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Qf4+ Kb6 35.Qe5 a6 36.a4 Ka7 37.Qc5+ b6 38.Qxc6 Bb7 39.Qf6 Rf8 40.Qg7 Rfe8 41.Kf2 Rad8 42.Qf6 Rf8 43.Qe5 Rc8 44.b3 Rfd8 45.Qf6 Rf8 46.Qg7 Rfd8 (0:09.19) 3843636kN

[+1.98] d=25 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 (0:06.55) 2846457kN

[+1.90] d=24 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Qf4+ Kb6 35.Qe5 a6 36.a4 a5 37.Bd3 Bd7 38.Qe7 Ka7 39.Qc5+ Kb8 40.Bxf5 Bxf5 41.Qe5+ Kc8 42.Qxf5+ Kc7 43.g4 Rg8 44.Qe5+ (0:05.13) 2135397kN

[+1.88] d=24 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Qf4+ Kb6 35.Qe5 a6 36.a4 a5 37.Bd3 Bd7 38.Qe7 Ka7 39.Qc5+ Kb8 40.Bxf5 Bxf5 41.Qe5+ Kc8 42.Qxf5+ (0:04.11) 1714576kN

[+1.76] d=24 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Qf4+ Kb6 35.Qe5 a6 36.a4 a5 37.Qc5+ Kc7 38.Qe7+ Rd7 39.Qe5+ Rd6 40.Bd3 Bd7 41.Bxf5 Bxf5 42.Qxf5 Rd5 43.Qf4+ (0:03.17) 1349344kN

[+1.68] d=24 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Bd3 Rd5 35.Qf4+ Kb6 36.Bc4 Rd8 37.Qe5 Bd7 38.Qe7 a6 39.Bd3 Rac8 40.b4 Ka7 41.Kf2 Ka8 42.Qf7 Ka7 43.g3 Ra8 44.Bxf5 (0:02.34) 1055179kN

[+1.60] d=23 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Bd3 b6 35.Qg7+ Kb8 36.Qe5+ Kb7 37.Qf6 Kc7 38.Qe7+ Rd7 39.Qe5+ Rd6 40.Kf2 Be6 41.Bxf5 Bxf5 42.Qxf5 Rh8 43.g4 Rh2+ 44.Kf3 Rxb2 45.g5 Rb5 46.Qf7+ Rd7 47.Qf4+ (0:01.49) 738318kN

[+1.50] d=23 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Bd3 Rd5 35.Qf4+ Kb6 36.Bc4 Rd8 37.Qe5 Bd7 38.Qe7 a6 39.Bd3 Rac8 40.b4 Ka7 41.Kf2 Ka8 42.Qf7 Kb8 43.a4 Rc7 44.Bxf5 Bxf5 45.Qxf5 Rd5 46.Qf4 (0:01.34) 636679kN

[+1.58] d=22 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Bd3 Rd5 35.Qf4+ Kb6 36.Bc4 Rd8 37.Qe5 Bd7 38.Qe7 a6 39.Bd3 Rac8 40.Qc5+ Kc7 41.Qe5+ Kb6 42.Bxf5 Bxf5 43.Qxf5 Rh8 44.g4 Rce8 45.e4 Rhf8 46.Qh5 Rg8 47.e5 Rd8 48.Qh3 Rg7 (0:01.24) 567238kN

[+1.54] d=21 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Bd3 a5 35.Qg7+ Rd7 36.Qe5+ Rd6 37.a4 b6 38.Kf2 Bd7 39.Bxf5 Bxf5 40.Qxf5 Rd7 41.g4 Rg8 42.g5 Rdg7 43.Qf4+ Kb7 44.Qg4 Rh8 45.Kg3 (0:01.12) 479585kN

[+1.50] d=20 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Bd3 Rd5 35.Qf4+ Rd6 36.Kf2 b6 37.Bxf5 Bxf5 38.Qxf5 Rh8 39.Qe5 Rf8+ 40.Kg1 Rg8 41.Qf4 Rgg6 (0:01.03) 424246kN

[+1.57] d=19 26.Rf3 Bg5 27.Nxf7 Qxf7 28.Rcxf5 Qxf5 29.Rxf5+ exf5 30.Qg3 Bxh6 31.Qg8+ Ke7 32.Qxh7+ Kd6 33.Qxh6+ Kc7 34.Bd3 Rd5 35.Qf4+ Kb6 36.Bc4 Rd8 37.Qe5 Bd7 38.Qe7 a6 39.Bd3 Rac8 40.b3 Ka7 41.Qf7 Kb8 42.Kf2 Rc7 (0:00.59) 392667kN

[+1.54] d=19 26.Rf3 (0:00.27) 182534kN

[+1.27] d=19 26.Rf3 (0:00.19) 126441kN

[-0.22] d=11 26.Nxf7 Qxf7 (0:00.00) 503kN

Robert Flesher
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Nah! Nxf7 is winning!

Post by Robert Flesher » Wed Jun 23, 2010 3:19 pm

yanquis1972 wrote:a 2hr single core R4 analysis --

[+2.03] d=21 1.Rf3 Rd5 2.Bxd5 exd5 3.Rg3 Bg5 4.Qh5 f6 5.Rc3 Be6 6.Rb3 b6 7.Rc3 Rc8 8.Nxc6 Bd7 9.Ne5 Rxc3 10.Nxd7 Ke7 11.bxc3 Kxd7 12.Rf3 Ke7 13.Qh3 Qc8 14.Kf2 Qxc3 15.Qxf5 Qd2 16.Kg3 (1:38:03) 864723kN
[+0.65] d=21 1.Nxf7 Qxf7 2.Rcxf5 exf5 3.Bxf7 Kxf7 4.Rxf5 Bxf5 5.Qxf5 Bf6 6.e4 Rg8 7.Qxh7 Ke6 8.Qf5 Ke7 9.e5 Bg5 10.g3 Be3 11.Kg2 Raf8 12.h7 Rh8 13.Qg6 Kd8 14.g4 Kc8 15.Qe4 Bg5 (1:51:22) 980461kN

not as fun, true, but you can't fault engines for not playing. it is cool that there's a personality that does however.

From this position, which is forced. I let Zappa DA play against Rybka 4.0 sse42 x64 . Zappa won! Most if not all engines cannot sort through all the complications from the given start position. They prune too much! Here is the pgn. It take Rybka a long time to see its lost, Zappa knows from the start.

30... Bd7 31. e4 Bxd4+ 32. Kh2 c5 33. Qb3+
Kf6 34. Kh3 Rac8 35. Qg3 Ke7 36. e5 Rg8 37. Qh4+ Kf8 38. e6 Bc6 39. Re1 Bf3 40.
a4 b6 41. b3 a5 42. e7+ Kf7 43. Qf4 Bd5 44. f6 Bxb3 45. Qf5 Bc4 46. Qxh7+ Kxf6
47. Qe4 Kg5 48. h7

White is crushing!

[d] r1br4/pp3k1p/2p2b1P/5P2/3P4/P3P2Q/1P6/5RK1 b - - 0 30

Will Singleton
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Re: Nah! Nxf7 is winning!

Post by Will Singleton » Wed Jun 23, 2010 4:55 pm

Robert Flesher wrote:
yanquis1972 wrote:a 2hr single core R4 analysis --

[+2.03] d=21 1.Rf3 Rd5 2.Bxd5 exd5 3.Rg3 Bg5 4.Qh5 f6 5.Rc3 Be6 6.Rb3 b6 7.Rc3 Rc8 8.Nxc6 Bd7 9.Ne5 Rxc3 10.Nxd7 Ke7 11.bxc3 Kxd7 12.Rf3 Ke7 13.Qh3 Qc8 14.Kf2 Qxc3 15.Qxf5 Qd2 16.Kg3 (1:38:03) 864723kN
[+0.65] d=21 1.Nxf7 Qxf7 2.Rcxf5 exf5 3.Bxf7 Kxf7 4.Rxf5 Bxf5 5.Qxf5 Bf6 6.e4 Rg8 7.Qxh7 Ke6 8.Qf5 Ke7 9.e5 Bg5 10.g3 Be3 11.Kg2 Raf8 12.h7 Rh8 13.Qg6 Kd8 14.g4 Kc8 15.Qe4 Bg5 (1:51:22) 980461kN

not as fun, true, but you can't fault engines for not playing. it is cool that there's a personality that does however.

From this position, which is forced. I let Zappa DA play against Rybka 4.0 sse42 x64 . Zappa won! Most if not all engines cannot sort through all the complications from the given start position. They prune too much! Here is the pgn. It take Rybka a long time to see its lost, Zappa knows from the start.

30... Bd7 31. e4 Bxd4+ 32. Kh2 c5 33. Qb3+
Kf6 34. Kh3 Rac8 35. Qg3 Ke7 36. e5 Rg8 37. Qh4+ Kf8 38. e6 Bc6 39. Re1 Bf3 40.
a4 b6 41. b3 a5 42. e7+ Kf7 43. Qf4 Bd5 44. f6 Bxb3 45. Qf5 Bc4 46. Qxh7+ Kxf6
47. Qe4 Kg5 48. h7

White is crushing!

[d] r1br4/pp3k1p/2p2b1P/5P2/3P4/P3P2Q/1P6/5RK1 b - - 0 30
That position is messed up, the pawn on f5 should be black.

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Re: Nah! Nxf7 is winning!

Post by Robert Flesher » Wed Jun 23, 2010 7:06 pm

Will Singleton wrote:
Robert Flesher wrote:
yanquis1972 wrote:a 2hr single core R4 analysis --

[+2.03] d=21 1.Rf3 Rd5 2.Bxd5 exd5 3.Rg3 Bg5 4.Qh5 f6 5.Rc3 Be6 6.Rb3 b6 7.Rc3 Rc8 8.Nxc6 Bd7 9.Ne5 Rxc3 10.Nxd7 Ke7 11.bxc3 Kxd7 12.Rf3 Ke7 13.Qh3 Qc8 14.Kf2 Qxc3 15.Qxf5 Qd2 16.Kg3 (1:38:03) 864723kN
[+0.65] d=21 1.Nxf7 Qxf7 2.Rcxf5 exf5 3.Bxf7 Kxf7 4.Rxf5 Bxf5 5.Qxf5 Bf6 6.e4 Rg8 7.Qxh7 Ke6 8.Qf5 Ke7 9.e5 Bg5 10.g3 Be3 11.Kg2 Raf8 12.h7 Rh8 13.Qg6 Kd8 14.g4 Kc8 15.Qe4 Bg5 (1:51:22) 980461kN

not as fun, true, but you can't fault engines for not playing. it is cool that there's a personality that does however.

From this position, which is forced. I let Zappa DA play against Rybka 4.0 sse42 x64 . Zappa won! Most if not all engines cannot sort through all the complications from the given start position. They prune too much! Here is the pgn. It take Rybka a long time to see its lost, Zappa knows from the start.

30... Bd7 31. e4 Bxd4+ 32. Kh2 c5 33. Qb3+
Kf6 34. Kh3 Rac8 35. Qg3 Ke7 36. e5 Rg8 37. Qh4+ Kf8 38. e6 Bc6 39. Re1 Bf3 40.
a4 b6 41. b3 a5 42. e7+ Kf7 43. Qf4 Bd5 44. f6 Bxb3 45. Qf5 Bc4 46. Qxh7+ Kxf6
47. Qe4 Kg5 48. h7

White is crushing!

[d] r1br4/pp3k1p/2p2b1P/5P2/3P4/P3P2Q/1P6/5RK1 b - - 0 30
That position is messed up, the pawn on f5 should be black.

No it isn't but I should have included the PGN leading up to it. Here ya go!


[Event "Blitz:10'"]
[Site "Microsoft"]
[Date "2010.06.22"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Zappa Mexico II"]
[Black "SmarThink 1.10"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "D52"]
[Annotator "0.96;0.47"]
[PlyCount "59"]
[TimeControl "600"]

{Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67GHz 0 MHz W=13.6 ply; 3,350kN/s;
Storm V.ctg B=13.1 ply; 986kN/s; BookDF12.ctg} 1. d4 {0} d5 {0} 2. Nf3 {0} e6
{0} 3. c4 {0} c6 {0} 4. Nc3 {0} Nf6 {0} 5. Bg5 {0} Nbd7 {0} 6. e3 {0} Qa5 {0}
7. Nd2 {0} dxc4 {0} 8. Bxf6 {0} Nxf6 {0} 9. Nxc4 {0} Qc7 {0} 10. Bd3 {0} Be7 {0
} 11. O-O {0} O-O {0} 12. Rc1 {0} Rd8 {Both last book move 0} 13. Ne5 {
0.96/17 92} Qa5 {(Bd7) 0.47/13 43} 14. f4 {(g3) 1.18/16 33} g6 {
(Bd7) 0.30/12 16} 15. Qf3 {1.19/15 79} Nd5 {(Qc7) 0.40/12 13} 16. Nxd5 {
1.45/14 20} Qxd5 {(Rxd5) 0.84/13 31} 17. Qg3 {1.42/15 27} Bf6 {0.62/12 13} 18.
Rc5 {(b3) 1.35/15 23} Qd6 {0.68/12 19} 19. h4 {1.06/16 58} Qf8 {0.76/13 12} 20.
h5 {1.05/16 10} Qg7 {0.82/13 11} 21. Qh3 {1.02/15 18} Kf8 {(Bd7) 0.84/11 11}
22. h6 {(Kf2) 1.31/14 11} Qh8 {(Qg8) 0.73/13 16} 23. Bc4 {(Rc3) 1.43/15 12} Qg8
{(Rd7) 0.55/13 10} 24. a3 {(Bb3) 1.34/13 8} Be7 {(a6) 0.01/14 10} 25. f5 {
(b4) 1.73/14 7} gxf5 {0.21/14 9} 26. Nxf7 {(Rf3) 2.00/15 5} Qxf7 {
(Rd5) 0.00/14 14} 27. Rcxf5 {2.54/15 6} exf5 {0.04/16 12} 28. Bxf7 {2.54/14 0}
Kxf7 {0.05/14 3} 29. g4 {(Qh5+) 2.20/14 13} Bf6 {(Rg8) -0.19/13 9} 30. gxf5 {
2.83/13 9} 1-0


From here Zappa DA crushed Rybka 4.0 SSE42 x64 with a unrelenting attack!

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