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Balanced position in man versus machine. Rybka 3

Post by Father » Tue Aug 11, 2009 12:37 am

Balanced position in Man versus Machine.
Agost 10th, 2009 :twisted:
:roll:
:wink:
:!:
:?:
:idea: :arrow:

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Rybka 3 (2 CPUs): 15.7 plies; 134kN/s Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E8400 @ 3.00GHz

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[D] r1bqk2r/2p1bppp/p1np1n2/1p2p3/4P3/1B3N2/PPPP1PPP/RNBQR1K1 w kq - 0 8

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[D] 5rk1/2qbbn1p/1n1p1pp1/2pPp3/1pP1P3/1P3N1P/1BB1QPP1/r3RNK1 w - - 0 25

[D] n5k1/2qbbn1p/3p1pp1/2pPp3/1pP1P3/1P3N1P/1BB1QPP1/5NK1 w - - 0 27

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[D]
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[D] 2q3k1/4b2p/1n1p1p2/2pPpbpP/1pP1P3/1P3Q2/1B3PP1/1B4K1 w - - 0 37

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:roll:
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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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View more Emoticons. Man versus Machine Rybka 3 2009

Post by Father » Tue Aug 11, 2009 12:40 am

[Event "Rated game, 3m + 0s"]
[Site "Engine Room"]
[Date "2009.08.10"]
[Round "?"]
[White "T8001"]
[Black "Father"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "C98"]
[WhiteElo "2545"]
[BlackElo "2008"]
[Annotator "RESTREPO,PABLO"]
[PlyCount "387"]
[EventDate "2009.08.10"]
[WhiteTeam "Rybka 3 (2 CPUs): 15.7 plies; 134kN/s Intel(R"]
[TimeControl "180"]

1. e4 {0} e5 {1} 2. Nf3 {0} Nc6 {0} 3. Bb5 {0} a6 {0} 4. Ba4 {0} Nf6 {1} 5. O-O
{0} b5 {1} 6. Bb3 {0} Be7 {1} 7. Re1 {0} d6 {0} 8. c3 {0} O-O {1} 9. h3 {0} Na5
{1} 10. Bc2 {0} c5 {1} 11. d4 {0} Qc7 {0} 12. Nbd2 {0} Nc6 {0} 13. d5 {0} Nd8 {
1} 14. a4 {0} Rb8 {0} 15. axb5 {0} axb5 {0} 16. c4 {0} b4 {0} 17. Nh4 {0} g6 {1
} 18. Nb3 {0} Nd7 {1} 19. Nf3 {4} Nb6 {1} 20. Qe2 {3} Bd7 {1} 21. Nbd2 {3} f6 {
0} 22. Nf1 {3} Nf7 {0} 23. b3 {3} Ra8 {1} 24. Bb2 {4} Rxa1 {2} 25. Rxa1 {2} Ra8
{0} 26. Rxa8+ {1} Nxa8 {0} 27. h4 {5} Nb6 {4} 28. h5 {9} g5 {2} 29. Ne3 {1} Nh6
{2} 30. Nd2 {1} Qc8 {2} 31. Ndf1 {1} Kg7 {1} 32. Ng3 {6} Kg8 {1} 33. Bb1 {2}
Kg7 {1} 34. Qf3 {3} Kg8 {2} 35. Nef5 {3} Nxf5 {1} 36. Nxf5 {4} Bxf5 {1} 37.
Qxf5 {1} Qxf5 {1} 38. exf5 {2} h6 {1} 39. Kh2 {2} Nd7 {1} 40. Kg3 {2} Kf7 {0}
41. Kf3 {1} Kf8 {0} 42. Ke4 {1} Kf7 {1} 43. Bd3 {2} Kf8 {1} 44. Bc1 {1} Kf7 {0}
45. Be2 {1} Kf8 {1} 46. g3 {2} Kf7 {1} 47. Bd1 {1} Kf8 {1} 48. Bb2 {1} Kf7 {1}
49. Be2 {1} Kf8 {1} 50. Bg4 {0} Kf7 {0} 51. Bc1 {2} Kf8 {1} 52. Bd1 {1} Kf7 {0}
53. Be2 {1} Kf8 {0} 54. Bf3 {2} Kf7 {0} 55. Bg2 {1} Kf8 {0} 56. Bb2 {1} Kf7 {0}
57. Bf1 {1} Kf8 {0} 58. Ba1 {0} Kf7 {0} 59. Be2 {2} Kf8 {0} 60. Bd1 {1} Kf7 {0}
61. Bb2 {2} Kf8 {0} 62. Bf3 {1} Kf7 {0} 63. Bc1 {1} Bf8 {1} 64. Bg2 {1} Be7 {1}
65. Bf1 {0} Bd8 {1} 66. Bd3 {11} Be7 {0} 67. Bb1 {11} Bd8 {0} 68. Bc2 {3} Be7 {
1} 69. Bb2 {1} Bd8 {1} 70. Bd3 {7} Be7 {0} 71. Bc1 {2} Bd8 {0} 72. Be2 {1} Be7
{1} 73. Bd2 {1} Bd8 {0} 74. Bg4 {1} Be7 {0} 75. Bd1 {2} Bd8 {0} 76. Be2 {1} Be7
{0} 77. Bd3 {1} Bd8 {0} 78. Bf1 {1} Be7 {0} 79. Be3 {1} Bd8 {0} 80. Bc1 {2} Be7
{0} 81. Bd2 {1} Bd8 {0} 82. Bd3 {1} Be7 {0} 83. Bc2 {1} Bd8 {0} 84. Kf3 {0} Be7
{0} 85. Bc1 {1} Bd8 {0} 86. Bd1 {1} Be7 {0} 87. Be2 {1} Bd8 {0} 88. Ke3 {0} Be7
{0} 89. Bd2 {1} Bd8 {0} 90. Bf3 {1} Be7 {0} 91. Ke4 {0} Bd8 {0} 92. Be3 {1} Be7
{0} 93. Be2 {1} Bd8 {0} 94. f3 {1} Be7 {1} 95. Bc1 {1} Bd8 {0} 96. Bb2 {1} Be7
{1} 97. Bd1 {1} Bd8 {0} 98. Bc1 {0} Be7 {0} 99. Bc2 {0} Bd8 {0} 100. Be3 {0}
Be7 {0} 101. Bf2 {0} Bd8 {0} 102. Bg1 {1} Be7 {0} 103. Bd3 {1} Bd8 {1} 104. Bf1
{1} Be7 {0} 105. Bf2 {0} Bd8 {0} 106. Be2 {0} Be7 {0} 107. Be3 {0} Bd8 {0} 108.
Bc1 {1} Be7 {0} 109. Bb2 {0} Bd8 {0} 110. Bf1 {0} Be7 {0} 111. Bh3 {0} Bd8 {1}
112. Bc1 {0} Be7 {0} 113. Bg4 {0} Bd8 {1} 114. Bd2 {0} Be7 {0} 115. Bh3 {0} Bd8
{1} 116. Bf1 {0} Be7 {0} 117. Be1 {0} Bd8 {0} 118. Bf2 {0} Be7 {0} 119. Bg1 {0}
Bd8 {0} 120. Be3 {0} Be7 {0} 121. Bd2 {0} Bd8 {0} 122. Bc1 {0} Be7 {0} 123. Bd3
{0} Bd8 {0} 124. Be3 {0} Be7 {0} 125. Bf2 {0} Bd8 {1} 126. Bb1 {0} Be7 {0} 127.
Be1 {0} Bd8 {1} 128. Bd3 {0} Be7 {0} 129. Be2 {0} Bd8 {0} 130. Bd2 {0} Be7 {0}
131. Bd1 {0} Bd8 {1} 132. Be3 {0} Be7 {1} 133. Bg1 {0} Bd8 {1} 134. Be2 {0} Be7
{1} 135. Bf2 {0} Bd8 {0} 136. Bd1 {2} Be7 {0} 137. Be1 {0} Bd8 {0} 138. Bd2 {1}
Be7 {0} 139. Be2 {1} Bd8 {1} 140. Bd3 {0} Be7 {0} 141. Bc2 {0} Bd8 {1} 142. Bb1
{0} Be7 {0} 143. Be3 {0} Bd8 {0} 144. g4 {0} Be7 {1} 145. Bf2 {0} Bd8 {0} 146.
Bd3 {0} Be7 {0} 147. Bf1 {0} Bd8 {0} 148. Be1 {0} Be7 {0} 149. Bd2 {0} Bd8 {0}
150. Be3 {0} Be7 {0} 151. Bc1 {0} Bd8 {0} 152. Bd2 {0} Be7 {0} 153. Be3 {0} Bd8
{0} 154. Bf2 {0} Be7 {0} 155. Be2 {0} Bd8 {0} 156. Be1 {0} Be7 {0} 157. Bf1 {0}
Bd8 {0} 158. Bg3 {0} Be7 {1} 159. Bh2 {0} Bd8 {1} 160. Be2 {0} Be7 {0} 161. Bg1
{0} Bd8 {0} 162. Bf1 {0} Be7 {1} 163. Bg2 {0} Bd8 {1} 164. Bh2 {0} Be7 {1} 165.
Bg3 {0} Bd8 {1} 166. Bf2 {0} Be7 {0} 167. Be1 {0} Bd8 {1} 168. Bh3 {0} Be7 {2}
169. Bd2 {0} Bd8 {1} 170. Bg2 {0} Be7 {0} 171. Bc1 {0} Bd8 {1} 172. Bf1 {0} Be7
{0} 173. Be2 {0} Bd8 {1} 174. Be3 {0} Be7 {0} 175. Bd3 {0} Bd8 {1} 176. Bd2 {0}
Be7 {0} 177. Bb1 {0} Bd8 {1} 178. Bc1 {0} Be7 {0} 179. Bc2 {0} Bd8 {0} 180. Bd3
{0} Be7 {1} 181. Bb2 {0} Bd8 {0} 182. Be2 {0} Be7 {1} 183. Ke3 {0} Bd8 {2} 184.
Bd3 {0} Be7 {1} 185. Bf1 {0} Bd8 {1} 186. Bc1 {0} Be7 {0} 187. Bd2 {0} Bd8 {1}
188. Be1 {0} Be7 {1} 189. Bd3 {0} Bd8 {1} 190. Ke4 {0} Be7 {1} 191. Be2 {0} Bd8
{2} 192. Kd3 {0} Be7 {1} 193. Ke3 {0} Bd8 {1} 194. Bd3 {0 (Lag: Av=0.83s,
max=7.4s)} 1/2-1/2

[D]3b4/3n1k2/3p1p1p/2pPpPpP/1pP3P1/1P1BKP2/8/4B3 b - - 0 194
[D]rnbqkbnr/pppppppp/8/8/4P3/8/PPPP1PPP/RNBQKBNR b KQkq e3 0 1 :D :shock: :D :) :mrgreen:
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: View more Emoticons. Man versus Machine Rybka 3 2009

Post by Dann Corbit » Tue Aug 11, 2009 1:07 am

Father wrote:[Event "Rated game, 3m + 0s"]
[Site "Engine Room"]
[Date "2009.08.10"]
[Round "?"]
[White "T8001"]
[Black "Father"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "C98"]
[WhiteElo "2545"]
[BlackElo "2008"]
[Annotator "RESTREPO,PABLO"]
[PlyCount "387"]
[EventDate "2009.08.10"]
[WhiteTeam "Rybka 3 (2 CPUs): 15.7 plies; 134kN/s Intel(R"]
[TimeControl "180"]

1. e4 {0} e5 {1} 2. Nf3 {0} Nc6 {0} 3. Bb5 {0} a6 {0} 4. Ba4 {0} Nf6 {1} 5. O-O
{0} b5 {1} 6. Bb3 {0} Be7 {1} 7. Re1 {0} d6 {0} 8. c3 {0} O-O {1} 9. h3 {0} Na5
{1} 10. Bc2 {0} c5 {1} 11. d4 {0} Qc7 {0} 12. Nbd2 {0} Nc6 {0} 13. d5 {0} Nd8 {
1} 14. a4 {0} Rb8 {0} 15. axb5 {0} axb5 {0} 16. c4 {0} b4 {0} 17. Nh4 {0} g6 {1
} 18. Nb3 {0} Nd7 {1} 19. Nf3 {4} Nb6 {1} 20. Qe2 {3} Bd7 {1} 21. Nbd2 {3} f6 {
0} 22. Nf1 {3} Nf7 {0} 23. b3 {3} Ra8 {1} 24. Bb2 {4} Rxa1 {2} 25. Rxa1 {2} Ra8
{0} 26. Rxa8+ {1} Nxa8 {0} 27. h4 {5} Nb6 {4} 28. h5 {9} g5 {2} 29. Ne3 {1} Nh6
{2} 30. Nd2 {1} Qc8 {2} 31. Ndf1 {1} Kg7 {1} 32. Ng3 {6} Kg8 {1} 33. Bb1 {2}
Kg7 {1} 34. Qf3 {3} Kg8 {2} 35. Nef5 {3} Nxf5 {1} 36. Nxf5 {4} Bxf5 {1} 37.
Qxf5 {1} Qxf5 {1} 38. exf5 {2} h6 {1} 39. Kh2 {2} Nd7 {1} 40. Kg3 {2} Kf7 {0}
41. Kf3 {1} Kf8 {0} 42. Ke4 {1} Kf7 {1} 43. Bd3 {2} Kf8 {1} 44. Bc1 {1} Kf7 {0}
45. Be2 {1} Kf8 {1} 46. g3 {2} Kf7 {1} 47. Bd1 {1} Kf8 {1} 48. Bb2 {1} Kf7 {1}
49. Be2 {1} Kf8 {1} 50. Bg4 {0} Kf7 {0} 51. Bc1 {2} Kf8 {1} 52. Bd1 {1} Kf7 {0}
53. Be2 {1} Kf8 {0} 54. Bf3 {2} Kf7 {0} 55. Bg2 {1} Kf8 {0} 56. Bb2 {1} Kf7 {0}
57. Bf1 {1} Kf8 {0} 58. Ba1 {0} Kf7 {0} 59. Be2 {2} Kf8 {0} 60. Bd1 {1} Kf7 {0}
61. Bb2 {2} Kf8 {0} 62. Bf3 {1} Kf7 {0} 63. Bc1 {1} Bf8 {1} 64. Bg2 {1} Be7 {1}
65. Bf1 {0} Bd8 {1} 66. Bd3 {11} Be7 {0} 67. Bb1 {11} Bd8 {0} 68. Bc2 {3} Be7 {
1} 69. Bb2 {1} Bd8 {1} 70. Bd3 {7} Be7 {0} 71. Bc1 {2} Bd8 {0} 72. Be2 {1} Be7
{1} 73. Bd2 {1} Bd8 {0} 74. Bg4 {1} Be7 {0} 75. Bd1 {2} Bd8 {0} 76. Be2 {1} Be7
{0} 77. Bd3 {1} Bd8 {0} 78. Bf1 {1} Be7 {0} 79. Be3 {1} Bd8 {0} 80. Bc1 {2} Be7
{0} 81. Bd2 {1} Bd8 {0} 82. Bd3 {1} Be7 {0} 83. Bc2 {1} Bd8 {0} 84. Kf3 {0} Be7
{0} 85. Bc1 {1} Bd8 {0} 86. Bd1 {1} Be7 {0} 87. Be2 {1} Bd8 {0} 88. Ke3 {0} Be7
{0} 89. Bd2 {1} Bd8 {0} 90. Bf3 {1} Be7 {0} 91. Ke4 {0} Bd8 {0} 92. Be3 {1} Be7
{0} 93. Be2 {1} Bd8 {0} 94. f3 {1} Be7 {1} 95. Bc1 {1} Bd8 {0} 96. Bb2 {1} Be7
{1} 97. Bd1 {1} Bd8 {0} 98. Bc1 {0} Be7 {0} 99. Bc2 {0} Bd8 {0} 100. Be3 {0}
Be7 {0} 101. Bf2 {0} Bd8 {0} 102. Bg1 {1} Be7 {0} 103. Bd3 {1} Bd8 {1} 104. Bf1
{1} Be7 {0} 105. Bf2 {0} Bd8 {0} 106. Be2 {0} Be7 {0} 107. Be3 {0} Bd8 {0} 108.
Bc1 {1} Be7 {0} 109. Bb2 {0} Bd8 {0} 110. Bf1 {0} Be7 {0} 111. Bh3 {0} Bd8 {1}
112. Bc1 {0} Be7 {0} 113. Bg4 {0} Bd8 {1} 114. Bd2 {0} Be7 {0} 115. Bh3 {0} Bd8
{1} 116. Bf1 {0} Be7 {0} 117. Be1 {0} Bd8 {0} 118. Bf2 {0} Be7 {0} 119. Bg1 {0}
Bd8 {0} 120. Be3 {0} Be7 {0} 121. Bd2 {0} Bd8 {0} 122. Bc1 {0} Be7 {0} 123. Bd3
{0} Bd8 {0} 124. Be3 {0} Be7 {0} 125. Bf2 {0} Bd8 {1} 126. Bb1 {0} Be7 {0} 127.
Be1 {0} Bd8 {1} 128. Bd3 {0} Be7 {0} 129. Be2 {0} Bd8 {0} 130. Bd2 {0} Be7 {0}
131. Bd1 {0} Bd8 {1} 132. Be3 {0} Be7 {1} 133. Bg1 {0} Bd8 {1} 134. Be2 {0} Be7
{1} 135. Bf2 {0} Bd8 {0} 136. Bd1 {2} Be7 {0} 137. Be1 {0} Bd8 {0} 138. Bd2 {1}
Be7 {0} 139. Be2 {1} Bd8 {1} 140. Bd3 {0} Be7 {0} 141. Bc2 {0} Bd8 {1} 142. Bb1
{0} Be7 {0} 143. Be3 {0} Bd8 {0} 144. g4 {0} Be7 {1} 145. Bf2 {0} Bd8 {0} 146.
Bd3 {0} Be7 {0} 147. Bf1 {0} Bd8 {0} 148. Be1 {0} Be7 {0} 149. Bd2 {0} Bd8 {0}
150. Be3 {0} Be7 {0} 151. Bc1 {0} Bd8 {0} 152. Bd2 {0} Be7 {0} 153. Be3 {0} Bd8
{0} 154. Bf2 {0} Be7 {0} 155. Be2 {0} Bd8 {0} 156. Be1 {0} Be7 {0} 157. Bf1 {0}
Bd8 {0} 158. Bg3 {0} Be7 {1} 159. Bh2 {0} Bd8 {1} 160. Be2 {0} Be7 {0} 161. Bg1
{0} Bd8 {0} 162. Bf1 {0} Be7 {1} 163. Bg2 {0} Bd8 {1} 164. Bh2 {0} Be7 {1} 165.
Bg3 {0} Bd8 {1} 166. Bf2 {0} Be7 {0} 167. Be1 {0} Bd8 {1} 168. Bh3 {0} Be7 {2}
169. Bd2 {0} Bd8 {1} 170. Bg2 {0} Be7 {0} 171. Bc1 {0} Bd8 {1} 172. Bf1 {0} Be7
{0} 173. Be2 {0} Bd8 {1} 174. Be3 {0} Be7 {0} 175. Bd3 {0} Bd8 {1} 176. Bd2 {0}
Be7 {0} 177. Bb1 {0} Bd8 {1} 178. Bc1 {0} Be7 {0} 179. Bc2 {0} Bd8 {0} 180. Bd3
{0} Be7 {1} 181. Bb2 {0} Bd8 {0} 182. Be2 {0} Be7 {1} 183. Ke3 {0} Bd8 {2} 184.
Bd3 {0} Be7 {1} 185. Bf1 {0} Bd8 {1} 186. Bc1 {0} Be7 {0} 187. Bd2 {0} Bd8 {1}
188. Be1 {0} Be7 {1} 189. Bd3 {0} Bd8 {1} 190. Ke4 {0} Be7 {1} 191. Be2 {0} Bd8
{2} 192. Kd3 {0} Be7 {1} 193. Ke3 {0} Bd8 {1} 194. Bd3 {0 (Lag: Av=0.83s,
max=7.4s)} 1/2-1/2

[D]3b4/3n1k2/3p1p1p/2pPpPpP/1pP3P1/1P1BKP2/8/4B3 b - - 0 194
[D]rnbqkbnr/pppppppp/8/8/4P3/8/PPPP1PPP/RNBQKBNR b KQkq e3 0 1 :D :shock: :D :) :mrgreen:
Here is my Rybka output for this common position:
[d]rnbqkbnr/pppppppp/8/8/4P3/8/PPPP1PPP/RNBQKBNR b KQkq - acd 24; acn 1058442911; acs 2146; bm c5; c0 "Analysis by Rybkav2.3.2a.mp.x64 @3600sec@3.0GHz@4threads W512MB hash"; ce -15; pm Na6 {3} Nc6 {283} Nf6 {636} a6 {1} b6 {74} c5 {38599} c6 {6652} d5 {720} d6 {1536} e5 {20915} e6 {9312} g5 {4} g6 {890}; pv c5 Nc3 Nc6 Nf3 e5 Bc4 Be7 O-O Nf6 d3 d6 Bd2 O-O a3;

It was calculated a long time ago using Rybka 2.3.2a. Does a new version of Rybka come up with a bad answer?

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Re: View more Emoticons. Man versus Machine Rybka 3 2009

Post by Dann Corbit » Tue Aug 11, 2009 6:12 pm

Dann Corbit wrote:
Father wrote:[Event "Rated game, 3m + 0s"]
[Site "Engine Room"]
[Date "2009.08.10"]
[Round "?"]
[White "T8001"]
[Black "Father"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "C98"]
[WhiteElo "2545"]
[BlackElo "2008"]
[Annotator "RESTREPO,PABLO"]
[PlyCount "387"]
[EventDate "2009.08.10"]
[WhiteTeam "Rybka 3 (2 CPUs): 15.7 plies; 134kN/s Intel(R"]
[TimeControl "180"]

1. e4 {0} e5 {1} 2. Nf3 {0} Nc6 {0} 3. Bb5 {0} a6 {0} 4. Ba4 {0} Nf6 {1} 5. O-O
{0} b5 {1} 6. Bb3 {0} Be7 {1} 7. Re1 {0} d6 {0} 8. c3 {0} O-O {1} 9. h3 {0} Na5
{1} 10. Bc2 {0} c5 {1} 11. d4 {0} Qc7 {0} 12. Nbd2 {0} Nc6 {0} 13. d5 {0} Nd8 {
1} 14. a4 {0} Rb8 {0} 15. axb5 {0} axb5 {0} 16. c4 {0} b4 {0} 17. Nh4 {0} g6 {1
} 18. Nb3 {0} Nd7 {1} 19. Nf3 {4} Nb6 {1} 20. Qe2 {3} Bd7 {1} 21. Nbd2 {3} f6 {
0} 22. Nf1 {3} Nf7 {0} 23. b3 {3} Ra8 {1} 24. Bb2 {4} Rxa1 {2} 25. Rxa1 {2} Ra8
{0} 26. Rxa8+ {1} Nxa8 {0} 27. h4 {5} Nb6 {4} 28. h5 {9} g5 {2} 29. Ne3 {1} Nh6
{2} 30. Nd2 {1} Qc8 {2} 31. Ndf1 {1} Kg7 {1} 32. Ng3 {6} Kg8 {1} 33. Bb1 {2}
Kg7 {1} 34. Qf3 {3} Kg8 {2} 35. Nef5 {3} Nxf5 {1} 36. Nxf5 {4} Bxf5 {1} 37.
Qxf5 {1} Qxf5 {1} 38. exf5 {2} h6 {1} 39. Kh2 {2} Nd7 {1} 40. Kg3 {2} Kf7 {0}
41. Kf3 {1} Kf8 {0} 42. Ke4 {1} Kf7 {1} 43. Bd3 {2} Kf8 {1} 44. Bc1 {1} Kf7 {0}
45. Be2 {1} Kf8 {1} 46. g3 {2} Kf7 {1} 47. Bd1 {1} Kf8 {1} 48. Bb2 {1} Kf7 {1}
49. Be2 {1} Kf8 {1} 50. Bg4 {0} Kf7 {0} 51. Bc1 {2} Kf8 {1} 52. Bd1 {1} Kf7 {0}
53. Be2 {1} Kf8 {0} 54. Bf3 {2} Kf7 {0} 55. Bg2 {1} Kf8 {0} 56. Bb2 {1} Kf7 {0}
57. Bf1 {1} Kf8 {0} 58. Ba1 {0} Kf7 {0} 59. Be2 {2} Kf8 {0} 60. Bd1 {1} Kf7 {0}
61. Bb2 {2} Kf8 {0} 62. Bf3 {1} Kf7 {0} 63. Bc1 {1} Bf8 {1} 64. Bg2 {1} Be7 {1}
65. Bf1 {0} Bd8 {1} 66. Bd3 {11} Be7 {0} 67. Bb1 {11} Bd8 {0} 68. Bc2 {3} Be7 {
1} 69. Bb2 {1} Bd8 {1} 70. Bd3 {7} Be7 {0} 71. Bc1 {2} Bd8 {0} 72. Be2 {1} Be7
{1} 73. Bd2 {1} Bd8 {0} 74. Bg4 {1} Be7 {0} 75. Bd1 {2} Bd8 {0} 76. Be2 {1} Be7
{0} 77. Bd3 {1} Bd8 {0} 78. Bf1 {1} Be7 {0} 79. Be3 {1} Bd8 {0} 80. Bc1 {2} Be7
{0} 81. Bd2 {1} Bd8 {0} 82. Bd3 {1} Be7 {0} 83. Bc2 {1} Bd8 {0} 84. Kf3 {0} Be7
{0} 85. Bc1 {1} Bd8 {0} 86. Bd1 {1} Be7 {0} 87. Be2 {1} Bd8 {0} 88. Ke3 {0} Be7
{0} 89. Bd2 {1} Bd8 {0} 90. Bf3 {1} Be7 {0} 91. Ke4 {0} Bd8 {0} 92. Be3 {1} Be7
{0} 93. Be2 {1} Bd8 {0} 94. f3 {1} Be7 {1} 95. Bc1 {1} Bd8 {0} 96. Bb2 {1} Be7
{1} 97. Bd1 {1} Bd8 {0} 98. Bc1 {0} Be7 {0} 99. Bc2 {0} Bd8 {0} 100. Be3 {0}
Be7 {0} 101. Bf2 {0} Bd8 {0} 102. Bg1 {1} Be7 {0} 103. Bd3 {1} Bd8 {1} 104. Bf1
{1} Be7 {0} 105. Bf2 {0} Bd8 {0} 106. Be2 {0} Be7 {0} 107. Be3 {0} Bd8 {0} 108.
Bc1 {1} Be7 {0} 109. Bb2 {0} Bd8 {0} 110. Bf1 {0} Be7 {0} 111. Bh3 {0} Bd8 {1}
112. Bc1 {0} Be7 {0} 113. Bg4 {0} Bd8 {1} 114. Bd2 {0} Be7 {0} 115. Bh3 {0} Bd8
{1} 116. Bf1 {0} Be7 {0} 117. Be1 {0} Bd8 {0} 118. Bf2 {0} Be7 {0} 119. Bg1 {0}
Bd8 {0} 120. Be3 {0} Be7 {0} 121. Bd2 {0} Bd8 {0} 122. Bc1 {0} Be7 {0} 123. Bd3
{0} Bd8 {0} 124. Be3 {0} Be7 {0} 125. Bf2 {0} Bd8 {1} 126. Bb1 {0} Be7 {0} 127.
Be1 {0} Bd8 {1} 128. Bd3 {0} Be7 {0} 129. Be2 {0} Bd8 {0} 130. Bd2 {0} Be7 {0}
131. Bd1 {0} Bd8 {1} 132. Be3 {0} Be7 {1} 133. Bg1 {0} Bd8 {1} 134. Be2 {0} Be7
{1} 135. Bf2 {0} Bd8 {0} 136. Bd1 {2} Be7 {0} 137. Be1 {0} Bd8 {0} 138. Bd2 {1}
Be7 {0} 139. Be2 {1} Bd8 {1} 140. Bd3 {0} Be7 {0} 141. Bc2 {0} Bd8 {1} 142. Bb1
{0} Be7 {0} 143. Be3 {0} Bd8 {0} 144. g4 {0} Be7 {1} 145. Bf2 {0} Bd8 {0} 146.
Bd3 {0} Be7 {0} 147. Bf1 {0} Bd8 {0} 148. Be1 {0} Be7 {0} 149. Bd2 {0} Bd8 {0}
150. Be3 {0} Be7 {0} 151. Bc1 {0} Bd8 {0} 152. Bd2 {0} Be7 {0} 153. Be3 {0} Bd8
{0} 154. Bf2 {0} Be7 {0} 155. Be2 {0} Bd8 {0} 156. Be1 {0} Be7 {0} 157. Bf1 {0}
Bd8 {0} 158. Bg3 {0} Be7 {1} 159. Bh2 {0} Bd8 {1} 160. Be2 {0} Be7 {0} 161. Bg1
{0} Bd8 {0} 162. Bf1 {0} Be7 {1} 163. Bg2 {0} Bd8 {1} 164. Bh2 {0} Be7 {1} 165.
Bg3 {0} Bd8 {1} 166. Bf2 {0} Be7 {0} 167. Be1 {0} Bd8 {1} 168. Bh3 {0} Be7 {2}
169. Bd2 {0} Bd8 {1} 170. Bg2 {0} Be7 {0} 171. Bc1 {0} Bd8 {1} 172. Bf1 {0} Be7
{0} 173. Be2 {0} Bd8 {1} 174. Be3 {0} Be7 {0} 175. Bd3 {0} Bd8 {1} 176. Bd2 {0}
Be7 {0} 177. Bb1 {0} Bd8 {1} 178. Bc1 {0} Be7 {0} 179. Bc2 {0} Bd8 {0} 180. Bd3
{0} Be7 {1} 181. Bb2 {0} Bd8 {0} 182. Be2 {0} Be7 {1} 183. Ke3 {0} Bd8 {2} 184.
Bd3 {0} Be7 {1} 185. Bf1 {0} Bd8 {1} 186. Bc1 {0} Be7 {0} 187. Bd2 {0} Bd8 {1}
188. Be1 {0} Be7 {1} 189. Bd3 {0} Bd8 {1} 190. Ke4 {0} Be7 {1} 191. Be2 {0} Bd8
{2} 192. Kd3 {0} Be7 {1} 193. Ke3 {0} Bd8 {1} 194. Bd3 {0 (Lag: Av=0.83s,
max=7.4s)} 1/2-1/2

[D]3b4/3n1k2/3p1p1p/2pPpPpP/1pP3P1/1P1BKP2/8/4B3 b - - 0 194
[D]rnbqkbnr/pppppppp/8/8/4P3/8/PPPP1PPP/RNBQKBNR b KQkq e3 0 1 :D :shock: :D :) :mrgreen:
Here is my Rybka output for this common position:
[d]rnbqkbnr/pppppppp/8/8/4P3/8/PPPP1PPP/RNBQKBNR b KQkq - acd 24; acn 1058442911; acs 2146; bm c5; c0 "Analysis by Rybkav2.3.2a.mp.x64 @3600sec@3.0GHz@4threads W512MB hash"; ce -15; pm Na6 {3} Nc6 {283} Nf6 {636} a6 {1} b6 {74} c5 {38599} c6 {6652} d5 {720} d6 {1536} e5 {20915} e6 {9312} g5 {4} g6 {890}; pv c5 Nc3 Nc6 Nf3 e5 Bc4 Be7 O-O Nf6 d3 d6 Bd2 O-O a3;

It was calculated a long time ago using Rybka 2.3.2a. Does a new version of Rybka come up with a bad answer?
Interesting.

Analysis by Rybka 3 is quite a bit different than Rybka 2.3.2a and comes up with an unusual move after lengthy analysis:
rnbqkbnr/pppppppp/8/8/4P3/8/PPPP1PPP/RNBQKBNR b KQkq - acd 24; acn 1058442911; acs 2146; bm c5; c0 "Analysis by Rybkav2.3.2a.mp.x64 @3600sec@3.0GHz@4threads W512MB hash"; ce -15; pm Na6 {3} Nc6 {283} Nf6 {636} a6 {1} b6 {74} c5 {38599} c6 {6652} d5 {720} d6 {1536} e5 {20915} e6 {9312} g5 {4} g6 {890}; pv c5 Nc3 Nc6 Nf3 e5 Bc4 Be7 O-O Nf6 d3 d6 Bd2 O-O a3;

Code: Select all

Analysis from C:\test\rq.epd   
8/10/2009 7:04:18 PM Level: 57600 Seconds
Analyzing engine: Rybka 3

1) c5; c0 "Analysis by  
    Searching move: c7-c5
    Best move (Rybka 3): e7-e6
    Not found in: 16:00:00
      2	00:00	         190	194.560	-0.06	Ng8f6
      2	00:00	         319	326.656	+0.06	e7e6
      3	00:00	         424	434.176	+0.03	e7e6
      3	00:00	         603	617.472	+0.09	Nb8c6
      4	00:00	         833	852.992	+0.11	Nb8c6
      5	00:00	       1.456	1.490.944	+0.13	Nb8c6 Ng1f3
      6	00:00	       2.412	145.287	-0.02	Nb8c6 Ng1f3 Ng8f6
      7	00:00	       5.029	156.051	-0.01	Nb8c6 Ng1f3 Ng8f6 e4e5
      8	00:00	       9.486	151.776	-0.09	Nb8c6 Ng1f3 e7e6 Nb1c3 Ng8f6
      9	00:00	      34.510	140.789	-0.18	Nb8c6 Ng1f3 Ng8f6 e4e5 Nf6d5 c2c4 Nd5f4 d2d4
      9	00:00	      47.394	147.512	-0.13	Ng8f6 e4e5 Nf6d5 c2c4 Nd5b6 c4c5
     10	00:00	      97.278	148.233	-0.15	Ng8f6 e4e5 Nf6d5 Nb1c3 Nd5xc3 d2xc3 g7g6
     11	00:01	     115.282	151.150	-0.24	Ng8f6 e4e5 Nf6d5 Nb1c3 Nd5xc3 d2xc3 g7g6 Ng1f3 Bf8g7 Bf1b5
     11	00:01	     152.840	149.482	-0.18	Nb8c6 Ng1f3 Ng8f6 e4e5 Nf6d5 c2c4 Nd5f4 d2d4
     11	00:01	     213.021	156.930	-0.09	e7e5 Ng1f3 Ng8f6 Nb1c3 Nb8c6 Bf1c4 Nf6xe4 Nc3xe4 d7d5
     12	00:02	     307.120	157.402	-0.17	e7e5 Ng1f3 Nb8c6 Bf1b5 Bf8c5 OO Ng8f6 c2c3 OO
     13	00:03	     435.951	158.922	-0.13	e7e5 Ng1f3 Nb8c6 Bf1b5 Bf8c5 OO Ng8f6 c2c3 OO d2d4
     14	00:04	     634.078	162.527	-0.13	e7e5 Ng1f3 Nb8c6 Bf1b5 Bf8c5 OO Ng8f6 c2c3 OO d2d4 e5xd4 c3xd4 Bc5b6 Nb1c3
     15	00:06	     989.675	161.168	-0.17	e7e5 Ng1f3 Nb8c6 Bf1b5 Bf8c5 OO Ng8f6 c2c3 OO d2d4 e5xd4 c3xd4 Bc5b6 Nb1c3
     16	00:12	   1.808.448	157.416	-0.24	e7e5 Ng1f3 Nb8c6 Bf1b5 Bf8c5 OO Ng8f6 c2c3 OO d2d4 Bc5b6 d4xe5 Nf6xe4 Qd1d5 Ne4c5 b2b4 Nc6e7
     16	00:41	   7.031.958	173.649	-0.16	e7e6 Ng1f3 d7d5 e4xd5 e6xd5 d2d4 Ng8f6 Bf1d3 Bf8d6 OO OO Nb1c3 Nb8c6 Rf1e1 h7h6
     17	00:51	   8.859.991	177.411	-0.16	e7e6 Ng1f3 d7d5 e4xd5 e6xd5 d2d4 Ng8f6 Bf1d3 Bf8d6 OO OO Nb1c3 Nb8c6 Rf1e1 h7h6
     18	01:23	  14.780.678	181.140	-0.17	e7e6 Ng1f3 d7d5 e4xd5 e6xd5 d2d4 Ng8f6 Bf1d3 Bf8d6 OO OO Nb1c3 Nb8c6 Rf1e1 h7h6 Nc3b5
     19	02:14	  22.752.493	173.276	-0.19	e7e6 Ng1f3 d7d5 e4xd5 e6xd5 d2d4 Ng8f6 Bf1d3 Bf8d6 OO OO Nb1c3 h7h6 Rf1e1 c7c6 h2h3 Rf8e8
     20	05:55	  60.896.749	175.519	-0.13	e7e6 Nb1c3 d7d5 d2d4 Ng8f6 Bc1g5 d5xe4 Nc3xe4 Nb8d7 Ng1f3 h7h6 Bg5xf6 Nd7xf6 Bf1d3 Nf6xe4 Bd3xe4 Bf8e7 OO OO c2c3 f7f5 Be4d3
     21	13:03	 142.411.190	186.299	-0.11	e7e6 Nb1c3 d7d5 d2d4 Ng8f6 e4xd5 e6xd5 Ng1f3 Bf8d6 Bf1d3 OO OO h7h6 Nc3b5 Rf8e8 Rf1e1 Nb8c6 Re1xe8+ Nf6xe8 c2c3 Qd8f6
     22	20:32	 228.119.361	189.525	-0.13	e7e6 Nb1c3 d7d5 d2d4 Ng8f6 e4xd5 e6xd5 Ng1f3 Bf8d6 Bf1d3 OO OO h7h6 Nc3b5 Rf8e8 Rf1e1 Nb8c6 Re1xe8+ Nf6xe8 Qd1e2 a7a6 Nb5xd6 Ne8xd6 Bc1f4 Bc8f5
     23	36:26	 411.374.886	192.733	-0.13	e7e6 Nb1c3 d7d5 d2d4 Ng8f6 e4xd5 e6xd5 Ng1f3 Bf8d6
     24	2:43:45	1.940.208.883	202.226	-0.06	e7e6 Nb1c3 d7d5 d2d4 Ng8f6 e4xd5 e6xd5 Bf1d3 c7c5 d4xc5 Bf8xc5 Ng1f3 Qd8e7+ Qd1e2 Qe7xe2+ Ke1xe2 OO Rh1e1 Rf8e8+ Ke2f1 Re8xe1+ Nf3xe1 Nb8c6 h2h3 h7h6 Bc1f4 Bc8d7
     25	4:32:01	3.323.948,508	208.544	-0.09	e7e6 Nb1c3 d7d5 d2d4 Ng8f6 e4xd5 e6xd5 Bf1d3 c7c5 d4xc5 Bf8xc5 Ng1f3 Qd8e7+ Qd1e2 Qe7xe2+ Nc3xe2 OO h2h3 Rf8e8 OO Nb8c6 a2a3 h7h6 b2b4 Bc5d6 Bc1f4 Nc6e5 Nf3xe5
     26	7:22:24	5.431.434,164	209.532	-0.09	e7e6 Nb1c3 d7d5 d2d4 Ng8f6 e4xd5 e6xd5 Bf1d3 c7c5 d4xc5 Bf8xc5 Ng1f3 Qd8e7+ Qd1e2 Qe7xe2+ Nc3xe2 OO h2h3 Rf8e8 OO Nb8c6 a2a3 h7h6 b2b4 Bc5d6 Bc1f4 Nc6e5 Nf3xe5
   8/11/2009 11:04:25 AM, Time for this analysis: 16:00:01, Rated time: 16:00:00

0 of 1 matching moves
8/11/2009 11:04:26 AM, Total time: 4:00:07 PM
Rated time: 16:00:00 = 57600 Seconds

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Re: View more Emoticons. Man versus Machine Rybka 3 2009

Post by Eelco de Groot » Tue Aug 11, 2009 6:51 pm

Dann isn't that a normal French, Exchange variation? Why do you consider that an unusual move? To see something interesting I think you would have to let calculate Rybka for days and then it could still be any normal opening variation, for the first few moves that is, ending in, whatever :) :? :shock: . It could be Spanish, Petroff, Danish Gambit, anything I think. Pablo's position just too balanced? And maybe Rybka 3 wants to unbalance it?

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Re: View more Emoticons. Man versus Machine Rybka 3 2009

Post by Dann Corbit » Tue Aug 11, 2009 6:56 pm

Eelco de Groot wrote:Dann isn't that a normal French, Exchange variation? Why do you consider that an unusual move? To see something interesting I think you would have to let calculate Rybka for days and then it could still be any normal opening variation, for the first few moves that is, ending in, whatever :) :? :shock: . It could be Spanish, Petroff, Danish Gambit, anything I think. Pablo's position just too balanced? And maybe Rybka 3 wants to unbalance it?

Regards, Eelco
The thing that is unusual about it is that strong engines rarely play it.
From my super-high end slow time control game list, we have this predicted move count:
pm Na6 {3} Nc6 {283} Nf6 {636} a6 {1} b6 {74} c5 {38599} c6 {6652} d5 {720} d6 {1536} e5 {20915} e6 {9312} g5 {4} g6 {890};

So c5 happened 38,599 times and e6 9,312 times (ranking behind both c5 and e5). The sum of c5 and e5 is 59514, so the ratio of those two moves being chosen before e6 is 6:1. And yet, after a thorough analysis, it seems to have a very good score.

The evaluation is very nearly equalized. If it is correct, then this is something very interesting.

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Re: View more Emoticons. Man versus Machine Rybka 3 2009

Post by Dann Corbit » Tue Aug 11, 2009 7:46 pm

Dann Corbit wrote:
Eelco de Groot wrote:Dann isn't that a normal French, Exchange variation? Why do you consider that an unusual move? To see something interesting I think you would have to let calculate Rybka for days and then it could still be any normal opening variation, for the first few moves that is, ending in, whatever :) :? :shock: . It could be Spanish, Petroff, Danish Gambit, anything I think. Pablo's position just too balanced? And maybe Rybka 3 wants to unbalance it?

Regards, Eelco
The thing that is unusual about it is that strong engines rarely play it.
From my super-high end slow time control game list, we have this predicted move count:
pm Na6 {3} Nc6 {283} Nf6 {636} a6 {1} b6 {74} c5 {38599} c6 {6652} d5 {720} d6 {1536} e5 {20915} e6 {9312} g5 {4} g6 {890};

So c5 happened 38,599 times and e6 9,312 times (ranking behind both c5 and e5). The sum of c5 and e5 is 59514, so the ratio of those two moves being chosen before e6 is 6:1. And yet, after a thorough analysis, it seems to have a very good score.

The evaluation is very nearly equalized. If it is correct, then this is something very interesting.
Let's add that since 1. e4 is emprically the most frequent move in the game of chess, the best response could be argued as either the first or second most important move in the game of chess.

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Re: View more Emoticons. Man versus Machine Rybka 3 2009

Post by yanquis1972 » Tue Aug 11, 2009 8:32 pm

i also like to give new engines a deep think at the start position to see what kind of openings they play. i was a bit disappointed that R3 favors the french, as i personally hate it. iirc dynamic actually favors c5 after a short while, but i think switches to a french as well.

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Re: View more Emoticons. Man versus Machine Rybka 3 2009

Post by Dann Corbit » Tue Aug 11, 2009 8:48 pm

yanquis1972 wrote:i also like to give new engines a deep think at the start position to see what kind of openings they play. i was a bit disappointed that R3 favors the french, as i personally hate it. iirc dynamic actually favors c5 after a short while, but i think switches to a french as well.
I have not run R3 against it, but 2.3.2a said:
[d]rnbqkbnr/pppppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPPPPP/RNBQKBNR w KQkq - acd 24; acn 1055729192; acs 2233; bm e4; c0 "Analysis by Rybkav2.3.2a.mp.x64 @3600sec@3.0GHz@4threads W512MB hash"; ce 16; pm Na3 {4} Nc3 {271} Nf3 {21125} Nh3 {9} a3 {23} b3 {442} b4 {52} c3 {26} c4 {20881} d3 {9} d4 {70461} e3 {17} e4 {79626} f4 {96} g3 {1481} g4 {14} h3 {17}; pv e4 e5 Nf3 Nc6 Bb5 Nf6 O-O Nxe4 d4 Be7 Qe2 Nd6 Bxc6 bxc6;

which boils down to C67 Spanish:

[Event "?"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "????.??.??"]
[Round "?"]
[White "?"]
[Black "?"]
[Result "*"]
[ECO "C67i"]
[Variation "Spanish: Open Berlin, 5...Be7 6.Qd2 Nd6"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Nf6 4. O-O Nxe4 5. d4 Be7 6. Qe2 Nd6 7. Bxc6
bxc6 *

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