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The A.R.B Chess System - End Game - Game 01 - Parts 1 &

Post by Anthony.R.Brown » Sun Aug 11, 2013 2:46 pm

The A.R.B Chess System - End Game - Game 01 - Part 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ISYkbmZSQM


The A.R.B Chess System - End Game - Game 01 - Part 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qs6wc0ps3Qo

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Re: The A.R.B Chess System - End Game - Game 01 - Parts 1 &a

Post by Anthony.R.Brown » Tue Aug 13, 2013 4:33 pm

Game 02 on it's Way!...Could be Komodo This time...Because of Some

Disrespectful Posts by the Author! Part of the Author's


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A.R.B

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Re: The A.R.B Chess System - End Game - Game 01 - Parts 1 &a

Post by Anthony.R.Brown » Tue Aug 13, 2013 5:46 pm

Below are All (5) of the Game 01 End Games.


[Event "Critter Move 46 Black to Play End Game"]
[Game "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 01"]
[Date "2013.07.27"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Critter"]
[White-Elo "3000+"]
[Black "Critter"]
[Black-Elo "3000+"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]
[TimeControl "0+60"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "8/2r2k2/p2p1b2/2n1p3/1pP1P3/1N4B1/1PB1K3/8 b - - 0 1"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. ... Na4 2. Na5 Nxb2 3. Be1 Ke6 4. Kf3 Rg7 5. Bxb4 Bh4 6. Bb3 Nd3 7. Bd2
Rg3+ 8. Ke2 Nc5 9. Bc2 Rg2+ 10. Kd1 Rg4 11. Be3 Nxe4 12. Nb7 Bg5 13. Bxe4
Bxe3 14. Bd5+ Kd7 15. Na5 Bb6 16. Nc6 a5 17. Nb8+ Ke8 18. Be6 Rg1+ 19. Ke2
e4 20. Bd5 Rg4 21. Bc6+ Ke7 22. Ba4 Rg2+ 23. Ke1 Ra2 24. Nc6+ Kf6 25. Nb8
Bf2+ 26. Kf1 Bh4 27. Bb5 Rf2+ 28. Kg1 e3 29. c5 Rb2 30. Ba6 Rxb8 31. c6
Rb1+ 32. Kg2 Rc1 33. Kf3 a4 34. c7 Rxc7 35. Bd3 a3 36. Bb1 Rc1 37. Ba2 Rc2
38. Kxe3 Rxa2 39. Kd3 Rf2 40. Kc4 a2 41. Kc3 a1=Q+ 42. Kb3 Qb2+ 43. Ka4 Qb1
44. Ka3 Ra2# *


[Event "Houdini Move 46 Black to Play End Game"]
[Game "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 01"]
[Date "2013.07.27"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Houdini"]
[White-Elo "3000+"]
[Black "Houdini"]
[Black-Elo "3000+"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]
[TimeControl "0+60"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "8/2r2k2/p2p1b2/2n1p3/1pP1P3/1N4B1/1PB1K3/8 b - - 0 1"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. ... Ne6 2. Be1 Rxc4 3. Bd3 Nf4+ 4. Kd2 Rc6 5. Na5 Rc8 6. Ke3 Ng2+ 7. Kf2
Nxe1 8. Kxe1 Kg6 9. b3 Rc1+ 10. Ke2 Ra1 11. Nc4 Ra2+ 12. Ke1 Bh4+ 13. Kd1
Bg5 14. Bb1 Rg2 15. Bd3 Kf6 16. Ke1 Rg3 17. Bc2 Rg1+ 18. Ke2 Rg2+ 19. Kd1
a5 20. Bd3 Rg1+ 21. Kc2 Rc1+ 22. Kb2 Rc3 23. Be2 Bc1+ 24. Ka1 Rxb3 25. Bd1
Rd3 26. Be2 Rd4 27. Nxa5 Rxe4 28. Bc4 Re3 29. Kb1 Rc3 30. Bb5 d5 31. Nc6
Ba3 32. Ka2 d4 33. Nb8 d3 34. Nd7+ Kf5 35. Nb6 d2 36. Be2 e4 37. Nd5 Rg3
38. Ne7+ Ke6 39. Nc6 e3 40. Bh5 Kd5 41. Na5 Rg1 42. Bf3+ Kc5 43. Nb3+ Kc4
44. Be2+ Kc3 45. Nc5 b3+ 46. Nxb3 Bb2 47. Bf3 d1=Q 48. Bxd1 Rxd1 49. Nc1
Bxc1 50. Kb1 Bb2+ 51. Ka2 Ra1# *


[Event "Komodo Move 46 Black to Play End Game"]
[Game "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 01"]
[Date "2013.07.27"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Komodo"]
[White-Elo "3000+"]
[Black "Komodo"]
[Black-Elo "3000+"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]
[TimeControl "0+60"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "8/2r2k2/p2p1b2/2n1p3/1pP1P3/1N4B1/1PB1K3/8 b - - 0 1"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. ... Ne6 2. Kd1 Bg5 3. Be1 Rxc4 4. Bd3 Rc6 5. Bc2 Rb6 6. Bd3 Kf6 7. Bc4
Rb8 8. Bd5 Nf4 9. Bc4 Ng2 10. Bd2 Ra8 11. Na5 Rc8 12. Bd3 Bxd2 13. Kxd2 Nf4
14. Bf1 Ne6 15. Nc4 Rh8 16. Ke1 Ke7 17. Ke2 Rh2+ 18. Kf3 Nc5 19. Bg2 Nxe4
20. Ne3 Nf6 21. Kg3 Rh8 22. Bd5 Nxd5 23. Nxd5+ Kd7 24. Kg2 a5 25. Ne3 Kc6
26. Nc2 d5 27. Ne3 a4 28. Kg3 Rf8 29. Kg4 e4 30. Kh5 d4 31. Nc2 Kc5 32. Ne1
Rf2 33. Kg4 d3 34. Kg3 Rxb2 35. Ng2 Rxg2+ 36. Kxg2 d2 37. Kg3 d1=Q 38. Kh3
e3 39. Kg3 e2 40. Kg4 e1=Q+ 41. Kf4 Qd6+ 42. Kg4 Qeg3+ 43. Kf5 Qgf4# *


[Event "Stockfish Move 46 Black to Play End Game"]
[Game "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 01"]
[Date "2013.07.27"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish"]
[White-Elo "3000+"]
[Black "Stockfish"]
[Black-Elo "3000+"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]
[TimeControl "0+60"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "8/2r2k2/p2p1b2/2n1p3/1pP1P3/1N4B1/1PB1K3/8 b - - 0 1"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. ... Ne6 2. Kd1 Bg5 3. Be1 Rxc4 4. Bd3 Rc6 5. Bc2 Rc8 6. Bxb4 Rh8 7. Ba5
Rh1+ 8. Ke2 Nf4+ 9. Kd2 Nd5+ 10. Kd3 Rh3+ 11. Ke2 Rh2+ 12. Kd3 Nf6 13. Kc3
Bh4 14. Bd3 Be1+ 15. Kc4 Bxa5 16. Nxa5 Rxb2 17. Kc3 Rh2 18. Nc4 Ke7 19. Kb3
Rh4 20. Ne3 Rh3 21. Nf5+ Ke6 22. Kc2 a5 23. Kd2 a4 24. Ne3 a3 25. Nc2 a2
26. Bc4+ Ke7 27. Bxa2 Nxe4+ 28. Kc1 Nc3 29. Bc4 d5 30. Ba6 d4 31. Kd2 Ne4+
32. Kc1 d3 33. Kb2 dxc2 34. Kxc2 Rh2+ 35. Kc1 Nc3 36. Bb7 e4 37. Bc8 e3 38.
Ba6 Rd2 39. Bf1 Rd1+ 40. Kb2 Rxf1 41. Kxc3 e2 42. Kb3 e1=Q 43. Kc4 Rf4+ 44.
Kb3 Qe3+ 45. Ka2 Rf2+ 46. Ka1 Qc1# *


[Event "The A.R.B Chess System - Move 46 Black to Play End Game"]
[Game "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 01"]
[Date "2013.07.27"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Houdini.Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3000+"]
[Black "Anthony.R.Brown"]
[Black-Elo "?"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]
[TimeControl "0+60"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "8/2r2k2/p2p1b2/2n1p3/1pP1P3/1N4B1/1PB1K3/8 b - - 0 1"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. ... Na4 2. Na5 Nxb2 3. Be1 Nxc4 4. Nxc4 Rxc4 5. Bd3 Rd4 6. Bf2 Rxd3 7.
Kxd3 Bd8 8. Kc4 a5 9. Ba7 Bc7 10. Be3 Kg6 11. Kd5 b3 12. Bc1 a4 13. Kc4 Bb6
14. Kb4 Be3 15. Bb2 Bd4 16. Ka3 Bxb2+ 17. Kxa4 Kg5 18. Kxb3 Bd4 19. Kc4 Kf4
20. Kd3 Ba1 21. Ke2 Kxe4 22. Kd2 d5 23. Kc2 d4 24. Kb1 d3 25. Kc1 Ke3 26.
Kd1 e4 27. Ke1 Kf3 28. Kd1 e3 29. Kc1 Kf2 30. Kb1 e2 31. Kxa1 d2 32. Kb2
d1=Q 33. Kc3 e1=Q+ 34. Kc4 Qe4+ 35. Kc5 Qda4 36. Kb6 Qec6# 0-1

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Re: Houdini Chess Program Crushed!! - Using The A.R.B Chess

Post by Anthony.R.Brown » Wed Aug 14, 2013 6:25 pm

The Main Reasons Chess Computers Win!...

The Obvious Reason Chess Computers Win is because of their Incredible Brute force Tactical abilities...
But for Me the Real Reasons are that Humans Input into the Chess Programs Opening books!...some going Deeper than (20) Moves! and End Game databases now at (7) Pieces.
People may say that it's OK! Because Humans have the same Information...but there is a difference!
Computers have Strength's that Humans don't...(No Nerves) (No Feelings) (Never get tired) (Cannot be psyched out or Intimidated) (Can Calculate to Incredible Tactical depths) (Etc. ?)
What do Humans have...(Knowledge-Opening books & End game) (Experience) (Deeper Strategy)...these are the things We should keep as Humans!...Giving them to the Computer is Why they Win!
Even though Chess Computers are now Rated at (3000+) ELO 2013 I don't believe they will get our Human Strength's above on there own!... until they are Rated between (3500) – (4000) ELO
So why give it to them Now??
I will Never! accept that a Chess Computer is World Chess Champion against Humans... until a Computer can sit Down :) and Play a Set of Games against the World Human Chess Champion without none of the Human Strengths above being Programmed into them!
The Chess Program has to Play Completely from a Calculating Point of View!
Humans know one Critical mistake in the Opening or End Game is the End! don't let them Know!

When Garry Kasparov Played Deep Blue in 1997 Game (6) and lost? The Reason Why was because...

8. Nxe6!

The Computer is aided by having this knight sacrifice programmed into its opening book. This move had been played in a number of previous high-level games, with White achieving a huge plus score. However, had Deep Blue been on its own, it would probably not have played this. 

So to Highlight the Ridiculous situation Concerning Computers using Opening books & End game database put in by Humans?

Where are we at 2013...

Humans can no longer Play their Normal Game! the Average Chess game used to be between (40) - (60) moves...now because of the latest End game databases (7) Pieces... this is now (7) Pieces less!

(1) When Humans start a Chess game against a Chess Computer We are already 90+ % lost because of Vast Opening Books (Put in by Humans!)

(2) If we reach an End Game? and have (7) Pieces on the Board We are already 100 % lost because of the (7) Piece End game database (Put in by Humans!) We have to keep (8) Pieces on the Board to stand a chance of Winning? what a Joke! what a way we are forced to have to Play!

Where is all of this leading to?...

When the Opening books are so Vast...and Humans are 99 % lost before the Game even Starts!
And when the End game databases are (20) Pieces! for a 100 % End game Win by the Computer! with any (20) Pieces on the Board!

Then the Computer won't have to hardly Calculate any Moves! except linking The Start with the Finish!?
Basically we will be Playing against a Human Chess database!...

PUT IN BY HUMANS!!



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Re: The A.R.B Chess System - End Game - Game 01 - Parts 1 &a

Post by Anthony.R.Brown » Mon Aug 26, 2013 6:29 pm

[Event "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 01- Scores For White"]
[Date "2013.07.27"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Houdini.Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3000+"]
[Black "Anthony.R.Brown"]
[Black-Elo "?"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]


Below are the Moves as Played in the Game!...
So its Easier to Duplicate the Game Against Houdini.
Set Houdini's Thinking time to (60) Seconds Fixed.
You should also try to Play at about the Same Speed!
If you Play too Quick! it may Change the Response Moves by Houdini ?
P.S you may have to Enter the First (2) Moves Each as the Opening Choice for Houdini!
as that was it's Choice for the Game.


1. e4 e6
2. d4 d6
3. Nf3 h6
4. Nc3 a6
5. Bd3 g6
6. O-O b6
7. Be3 Bg7
8. Qd2 Bb7
9. d5 e5
10. a4 Ne7
11. Ne1 g5
12. Bc4 f5
13. f3 f4
15. Qe2 h5
16. a5 Ke7
17. axb6 cxb6
18. Nd3 b5
19. Bb3 Qc8
20. Rad1 g4
21. Kh1 Bf6
22. Rg1 Nd7
23. Rgf1 Qg8
24. Nb4 Kf7
25. Nc6 Nh4
26. Rg1 Re8
27. Qe1 Qg5
28. Nb1 Reg8
29. c4 g3
30. hxg3 fxg3
31. Be3 Qg4
32. Rf1 Nxf3
33. Rxf3 h4
34. Bf2 h3
35. Rxg3 hxg2+
36. Kxg2 Qh3+
37. Kf3 Rxg3+
38. Bxg3 Nc5
39. Qh1 Qxh1+
40. Rxh1 Rxh1
41. Bc2 Bxc6
42. dxc6 b4
43. c7 Rh8
44. Nd2 Rc8
45. Nb3 Rxc7
46. Ke2 Na4
47. Na5 Nxb2
48. Be1 Nxc4
49. Nxc4 Rxc4
50. Bd3 Rd4
51. Bf2 Rxd3
52. Kxd3 Bd8
53. Kc4 a5
54. Ba7 Bc7
55. Be3 Kg6
57. Bc1 a4
58. Kc4 Bb6
59. Kb4 Be3
60. Bb2 Bd4
61. Ka3 Bxb2+
62. Kxa4 Kg5
63. Kxb3 Bd4
64. Kc4 Kf4
65. Kd3 Ba1
66. Ke2 Kxe4
67. Kd2 d5
68. Kc2 d4
69. Kb1 d3
70. Kc1 Ke3
71. Kd1 e4
72. Ke1 Kf3
73. Kd1 e3
74. Kc1 Kf2
75. Kb1 e2
76. Kxa1 d2
77. Kb2 d1=Q
78. Kc3 e1=Q+
79. Kc4 Qe4+
80. Kc5 Qda4
81. Kb6 Qec6#
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