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Father 1. Houdini 1.5 0. Human being perfect score 100%/2010

Post by Father » Tue Dec 28, 2010 2:55 pm

December 28, 2010

Of course that computes don’t know how to play chess. And Houdini 1.5 is not an exception. I have had only one experience or relation in whole my life with Houdini 1.5.

And really it was not a surprise... Houdini was defeat easily, as an cucaracha, I beat the machine in just 189 moves, with 18 seconds in my favor and 0 seconds for the Houdini 1.5. Corner.

Congratulations for the human being raze!!! Now there are a new kind of chess players, the oldest amateurs as me, over 50 years old, that claim by themselves an elo over 3200!!!
Hmmm ... for the people that usually have accused of the "lag" as the reason or factor or motive of the debacle off computers... It was played over my desk in my computer laptop...: D: D: D

With best respect,

Pablo Ignacio Rest repo
Father and Grand-Father playchess.com user
Note. If Mister Kasparov or IBM engineers needs advisers for a super computer on chess, please call me.



[Event "Blitz 3m"]
[Site "Medellín."]
[Date "????.??.??"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Restrepo, Pablo Ignacio"]
[Black "Houdini 1.5 w32"]
[Result "*"]
[PlyCount "378"]
[TimeControl "180"]

{158MB, Fritz12.ctg, PabloIgnacio1} 1. d4 {0} d5 {0} 2. e3 {1} e6 {0} 3. c3 {1}
Nf6 {3} 4. f4 {1} c5 {0} 5. Nf3 {3} Nc6 {4} 6. Bd3 {1} Be7 {0} 7. O-O {1} O-O {
0} 8. Re1 {1} b6 {13} 9. g3 {1} h6 {3} 10. Qe2 {1} Bb7 {3} 11. Nbd2 {2} a5 {3}
12. Nb1 {3} c4 {5} 13. Bc2 {1} a4 {2} 14. a3 {0} Ne4 {4} 15. Nbd2 {0} f5 {2}
16. Nf1 {2} Qe8 {3} 17. Qd1 {0} b5 {3} 18. Re2 {1} Nf6 {3} 19. Rg2 {0} Na5 {3}
20. Qe2 {1} Nd7 {4} 21. Bd2 {3} Nb3 {2} 22. Rb1 {2} Qh5 {2} 23. Ne1 {4} Qg4 {4}
24. Kh1 {3} Nf6 {6} 25. Kg1 {1} Qh3 {9} 26. Kh1 {1} Ng4 {5} 27. Bd1 {16} Bd8 {
15} 28. Kg1 {6} Bc7 {3} 29. Kh1 {1} Rac8 {13} 30. Kg1 {0} Rf7 {3} 31. Kh1 {1}
Rd7 {2} 32. Kg1 {0} Bd6 {2} 33. Kh1 {0} Na5 {2} 34. Kg1 {1} Be7 {2} 35. Rc1 {0}
Nb3 {2} 36. Rc2 {0} Rcd8 {4} 37. Kh1 {0} Na5 {3} 38. Kg1 {0} Nc6 {2} 39. Kh1 {0
} Bd6 {2} 40. Kg1 {0} g6 {4} 41. Kh1 {1} Bc7 {1} 42. Kg1 {0} Rf7 {2} 43. Nf3 {0
} Bb8 {0} 44. Be1 {2} Kg7 {0} 45. Kh1 {1} Bd6 {1} 46. Kg1 {0} Kh7 {0} 47. Kh1 {
1} Rg7 {1} 48. Kg1 {0} Re7 {0} 49. Kh1 {1} Bc7 {1} 50. Kg1 {0} Kg7 {0} 51. Kh1
{0} Bb6 {1} 52. Kg1 {0} Rf7 {1} 53. Kh1 {0} Qh5 {4} 54. Ng1 {3} Na5 {2} 55. Nf3
{1} Qh3 {0} 56. Rg1 {6} Bc7 {1} 57. Qg2 {1} Qh5 {1} 58. Qe2 {1} Nf6 {1} 59. Qg2
{3} g5 {0} 60. Qe2 {4} Re7 {0} 61. Rg2 {1} Nc6 {1} 62. Kg1 {1} Rde8 {0} 63. Kh1
{1} g4 {1} 64. N3d2 {2} Nd8 {0} 65. Kg1 {1} Qh3 {0} 66. Nb1 {1} Nf7 {0} 67. Kh1
{1} h5 {0} 68. Rg1 {1} Kg6 {0} 69. Qg2 {1} Qxg2+ {0} 70. Rgxg2 {1} Ra8 {0} 71.
Kg1 {1} Ree8 {0} 72. Rce2 {1} Rad8 {0} 73. Kh1 {1} Nd6 {0} 74. Kg1 {1} Re7 {0}
75. Kh1 {1} Bb8 {1} 76. Kg1 {0} Rg7 {0} 77. Kh1 {0} Rh8 {0} 78. Kg1 {0} Bc7 {0}
79. Kh1 {1} Re8 {1} 80. Kg1 {0} Rge7 {0} 81. Kh1 {0} Rf7 {1} 82. Kg1 {0} Rg8 {0
} 83. Kh1 {0} Nd7 {0} 84. Kg1 {0} Rh7 {0} 85. Kh1 {0} Bd8 {0} 86. Kg1 {0} Rgh8
{0} 87. Kh1 {0} h4 {0} 88. Kg1 {0} h3 {0} 89. Rgf2 {1} Ne4 {0} 90. Rc2 {1} Nxf2
{0} 91. Kxf2 {1} Nf6 {0} 92. Ke2 {0} Bc7 {0} 93. Kf2 {1} Ra8 {0} 94. Ke2 {0}
Rh6 {0} 95. Rc1 {1} Rhh8 {0} 96. Rc2 {0} Bc6 {0} 97. Rc1 {0} Kf7 {0} 98. Rc2 {1
} Kg7 {0} 99. Rc1 {0} Kf8 {0} 100. Rc2 {0} Kf7 {0} 101. Rc1 {0} Rhe8 {0} 102.
Rc2 {0} Bb7 {0} 103. Rc1 {0} Kg7 {0} 104. Rc2 {0} Re7 {0} 105. Rc1 {0} Rf8 {0}
106. Rc2 {0} Rd8 {0} 107. Rc1 {1} Rf7 {0} 108. Rc2 {1} Rfd7 {0} 109. Rd2 {1}
Kf7 {0} 110. Kf2 {1} Ne4+ {0} 111. Ke2 {1} Nxd2 {0} 112. Kxd2 {0} Kf6 {0} 113.
Ke2 {0} Rg7 {0} 114. Bd2 {0} Bc6 {0} 115. Ke1 {1} Be8 {0} 116. Ke2 {0} Ra8 {0}
117. Ke1 {1} Ke7 {0} 118. Ke2 {0} Ra7 {0} 119. Ke1 {0} Kd6 {0} 120. Ke2 {0} Bb8
{0} 121. Ke1 {0} Rh7 {0} 122. Ke2 {0} Ke7 {0} 123. Ke1 {0} Kd7 {0} 124. Ke2 {0}
Rb7 {0} 125. Ke1 {0} Kc6 {0} 126. Ke2 {0} Kd6 {0} 127. Ke1 {0} Ke7 {0} 128. Ke2
{0} Rf7 {0} 129. Ke1 {0} Kf6 {0} 130. Ke2 {0} Rg7 {0} 131. Ke1 {0} Bc7 {0} 132.
Ke2 {0} Re7 {0} 133. Ke1 {0} Rh7 {0} 134. Ke2 {1} Rg7 {0} 135. Ke1 {1} Bb8 {0}
136. Ke2 {1} Ke7 {0} 137. Ke1 {1} Ra7 {0} 138. Ke2 {1} Bd6 {0} 139. Ke1 {0} Rb7
{0} 140. Ke2 {1} Kf7 {0} 141. Ke1 {0} Bc7 {0} 142. Ke2 {1} Rh7 {0} 143. Ke1 {1}
Bb8 {0} 144. Ke2 {0} Kf6 {0} 145. Ke1 {0} Bd6 {0} 146. Ke2 {1} Bc7 {0} 147. Ke1
{1} Ra7 {0} 148. Ke2 {1} Re7 {0} 149. Ke1 {0} Rb7 {0} 150. Ke2 {1} Bd6 {0} 151.
Ke1 {0} Ra7 {0} 152. Ke2 {1} Rh7 {0} 153. Ke1 {1} Rhg7 {0} 154. Ke2 {1} Bc7 {0}
155. Ke1 {1} Rd7 {0} 156. Ke2 {0} Rh7 {0} 157. Ke1 {0} Bd8 {0} 158. Ke2 {0}
Rab7 {0} 159. Ke1 {0} e5 {0} 160. dxe5+ {2} Ke6 {0} 161. Ke2 {2} Ra7 {0} 162.
Ke1 {0} Bc7 {0} 163. Ke2 {0} Bb6 {0} 164. Ke1 {0} Rhe7 {0} 165. Ke2 {0} Ra8 {0}
166. Ke1 {0} Rc8 {0} 167. Ke2 {0} Ba7 {0} 168. Ke1 {0} Bc6 {0} 169. Ke2 {0}
Rce8 {0} 170. Ke1 {0} Bb7 {0} 171. Ke2 {0} Bb6 {0} 172. Ke1 {0} Rc7 {0} 173.
Ke2 {0} Bc5 {0} 174. Ke1 {0} Rd7 {0} 175. Ke2 {0} Rde7 {0} 176. Ke1 {1} Bb6 {0}
177. Ke2 {1} Bc6 {0} 178. Ke1 {0} Rh7 {0} 179. Ke2 {0} Ba8 {0} 180. Ke1 {0} Rc7
{0} 181. Ke2 {0} Rd7 {0} 182. Ke1 {1} Bb7 {0} 183. Ke2 {0} Rh7 {0} 184. Ke1 {0}
Ra8 {0} 185. Ke2 {0} Bc6 {0} 186. Ke1 {0} Re7 {0} 187. Ke2 {0} Rc8 {0} 188. Ke1
{3} Ba8 {0} 189. Ke2 {0} Rce8 {0} *
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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PHOTO CASTING Father 1. Houdini 1.5 0. Human perfect score

Post by Father » Tue Dec 28, 2010 3:32 pm

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[D]r1bq1rk1/p3bppp/1pn1pn2/2pp4/3P1P2/2PBPNP1/PP5P/RNBQR1K1 b - - 0 9[D]

[D]r2q1rk1/1b2bpp1/1pn1p2p/3p4/p1pPnP2/P1P1PNP1/1PBNQ2P/R1B1R1K1 b - - 0 15[D]

[D]r4rk1/1b1nb1p1/4p2p/1p1p1p1q/p1pP1P2/PnP1P1P1/1PBBQ1RP/1R2NNK1 b - - 0 23[D]

[D]3r4/1bb2rk1/4p1pp/np1p1p2/p1pP1Pn1/P1P1PNPq/1PR3QP/3BBNRK b - - 0 57[D]

[D]3nr3/1bb1r1k1/4pn1p/1p1p1p1q/p1pP1Pp1/P1P1P1P1/1PRNQ1RP/3BBNK1 b - - 0 65[D]

[D]3nr3/1bb1r1k1/4pn1p/1p1p1p1q/p1pP1Pp1/P1P1P1P1/1PRNQ1RP/3BBNK1 b - - 0 65[D]
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: Father 1. Houdini 1.5 0. Human being perfect score 100%/

Post by bhlangonijr » Tue Dec 28, 2010 3:48 pm

The game was boring but you made it. Congrats! :)

I'd like to see one game against Stockfish 1.9.1 with the follow uci parameters changes:

Aggressiveness: set to 200;
Cowardice: set to 50;

Can you play that one and post the results?

Regards,

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Re: Father 1. Houdini 1.5 0. Human being perfect score 100%/

Post by Houdini » Tue Dec 28, 2010 4:11 pm

Well done, sir!

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Re: Father 1. Houdini 1.5 0. Human being perfect score 100%/

Post by Father » Tue Dec 28, 2010 4:33 pm

Houdini (Robert Houdart).

Thank you Sir.

I would like to see the top human beings chess players playing against Houdini 1.5. a serious match.

I dont know why these matchess are every day more and more dificult of seeing.

Robert. That was just a game of antichess. Of course computers are the leaders you know perfectly.

Robert: A Happy New Year 2011 for you and all your people.

Regards,
Pablo Ignacio Restrepo

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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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Re: Father 1. Houdini 1.5 0. Human being perfect score 100%/

Post by Father » Tue Dec 28, 2010 5:06 pm

Ben-Hur Carlos Langoni.

Of course. I dont have these machine. Where cain I find it...? Then I will try.

Regards,

Pablo Ignacio Restrepo S.
Father & Grand-Father playchess.com user
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: Father 1. Houdini 1.5 0. Human being perfect score 100%/

Post by bhlangonijr » Tue Dec 28, 2010 7:18 pm

Father wrote:Ben-Hur Carlos Langoni.

Of course. I dont have these machine. Where cain I find it...? Then I will try.

Regards,

Pablo Ignacio Restrepo S.
Father & Grand-Father playchess.com user
Hi Pablo, Stockfish is a free and open source UCI chess engine - the best open source chess engine in the world. You can download it using the link bellow:

http://www.stockfishchess.com/

You can use your favorite GUI for changing the UCI parameters (engine options).
I am looking forward to see the game. ;-)

Happy new year!

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Re: Father 1. Houdini 1.5 0. Human being perfect score 100%/

Post by Father » Wed Dec 29, 2010 2:22 am

Hello Ben-Hur Carlos Langoni.

Thank you very much. I am going to open the adress and then try.

Happy new year 2011 for you, your famely, your people, your Country. Good bless all you there.

Best regards,

Pablo Ignacio Restrepo
Father & Grand-Father playchess.com user
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: Father 1. Houdini 1.5 0. Human being perfect score 100%/

Post by Father » Wed Dec 29, 2010 2:23 am

Hello Ben-Hur Carlos Langoni.

Thank you very much. I am going to open the adress and then try.

Happy new year 2011 for you, your famely, your people, your Country. Good bless all you there.

Best regards,

Pablo Ignacio Restrepo
Father & Grand-Father playchess.com user
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: Father 1. Houdini 1.5 0. Human being perfect score 100%/

Post by Father » Wed Dec 29, 2010 2:53 am

Game played at the desk core duo.
Tournament sistem(No takbasks possible)
UCI
Fritz 12 interfase.
Dicember 28, 2010
Original parameters
Game 2
Score> 50% 50%
My elo> Over 3.000 FIDE
Real Elo -0- A simple amateur
My I.Q. No idea
Years Old: 50
Tipe> Human being
Male


[D]3rr1k1/5p2/q2bpnp1/1p1p3p/p1pP1P1P/P1P1PNP1/1PQ1R1R1/4B1K1 b - - 0 98[D]


[Event "Blitz 5m"]
[Site "Medellin"]
[Date "2010.12.28"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Restrepo Santamaria, Pablo Ignacio"]
[Black "Fritz12"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "D00"]
[BlackElo "1800"]
[PlyCount "195"]
[TimeControl "300"]

1. d4 {3} d5 {0} 2. e3 {0} Nf6 {0} 3. c3 {1} Bf5 {0} 4. f4 {1} g6 {2} 5. Nf3 {1
} Bh6 {2} 6. Bd3 {1} Bg4 {2} 7. O-O {1} b6 {2} 8. Re1 {1} Qd7 {2} 9. Be2 {0}
Qd8 {2} 10. Ne5 {1} Bxe2 {1} 11. Qxe2 {1} Qc8 {1} 12. Qd3 {2} a5 {1} 13. Re2 {1
} O-O {1} 14. a3 {1} Qb7 {2} 15. Nd2 {1} Na6 {1} 16. Ndf3 {1} Rad8 {1} 17. Nd2
{0} b5 {1} 18. Nf1 {3} a4 {1} 19. Bd2 {1} Nb8 {1} 20. Be1 {1} Qb6 {2} 21. Kh1 {
3} Na6 {1} 22. Kg1 {1} Rfe8 {1} 23. Kh1 {1} Nb8 {1} 24. Kg1 {1} Na6 {1} 25. Kh1
{1} e6 {1} 26. Kg1 {1} c6 {1} 27. Kh1 {0} Bg7 {1} 28. Kg1 {1} Bf8 {1} 29. Kh1 {
1} Qc7 {1} 30. Kg1 {0} Nd7 {1} 31. Nxd7 {2} Qxd7 {0} 32. Nd2 {1} Be7 {1} 33.
Nf3 {0} Nc7 {1} 34. Bd2 {1} c5 {0} 35. Rae1 {2} h6 {1} 36. g3 {2} Qc8 {1} 37.
Rg2 {1} Bd6 {1} 38. Ree2 {1} Qb8 {1} 39. Be1 {1} Rc8 {1} 40. Kh1 {1} Na6 {1}
41. Kg1 {1} Be7 {1} 42. Kh1 {0} Bf6 {1} 43. Kg1 {1} c4 {1} 44. Qc2 {1} Qd6 {1}
45. Kh1 {0} h5 {1} 46. h3 {1} Qc7 {1} 47. Kg1 {0} Qc6 {1} 48. h4 {0} Qd6 {1}
49. Kh2 {0} Qc6 {1} 50. Kg1 {0} Be7 {1} 51. Kh2 {1} Bd6 {1} 52. Kg1 {0} Nc7 {1}
53. Kh2 {0} Qb7 {1} 54. Kg1 {0} Rcd8 {1} 55. Kh2 {0} Rf8 {1} 56. Kg1 {0} Rc8 {1
} 57. Kh2 {0} Ra8 {1} 58. Kg1 {0} Rac8 {1} 59. Kf1 {0} Rcd8 {0} 60. Kg1 {0} Be7
{1} 61. Kf1 {0} Bf6 {0} 62. Kg1 {0} Rfe8 {1} 63. Kf1 {0} Rd7 {0} 64. Kg1 {0}
Ra8 {0} 65. Kf1 {0} Rf8 {0} 66. Kg1 {0} Re8 {1} 67. Kf1 {0} Qb8 {1} 68. Kg1 {0}
Na8 {1} 69. Kf1 {0} Rdd8 {1} 70. Kg1 {0} Qa7 {1} 71. Kf1 {0} Qd7 {1} 72. Kg1 {0
} Qc6 {1} 73. Kh1 {0} Be7 {1} 74. Kg1 {0} Bd6 {1} 75. Kh2 {0} Rc8 {1} 76. Kg1 {
0} Rcd8 {1} 77. Kh2 {0} Nb6 {1} 78. Kg1 {0} Qb7 {1} 79. Kh2 {0} Rf8 {1} 80. Kg1
{0} Rfe8 {1} 81. Kh2 {0} Qa8 {1} 82. Kg1 {0} Qa7 {1} 83. Kh2 {0} Qd7 {1} 84.
Kg1 {0} Qc6 {1} 85. Kh2 {0} Re7 {1} 86. Kg1 {0} Rc7 {1} 87. Kh2 {0} Ra7 {1} 88.
Kg1 {0} Qa8 {0} 89. Kh2 {0} Re8 {1} 90. Kg1 {0} Rae7 {1} 91. Kh2 {0} Rb8 {1}
92. Kg1 {0} Ree8 {1} 93. Kh2 {0} Rbd8 {1} 94. Kg1 {0 Fritz12 dobles} Qa7 {1}
95. Kh2 {1} Qa6 {1} 96. Kg1 {0} Nd7 {1} 97. Kh2 {0} Nf6 {1} 98. Kg1 {0} 1/2-1/2
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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