Houdini 4 and Deep Fritz 14 are exhausted. Losers 2014

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Houdini 4 and Deep Fritz 14 are exhausted. Losers 2014

Post by Father » Wed Feb 12, 2014 3:05 pm

Febrero 12 de 2014

Houdini 4 and Deep Fritz 14 are exhausted. Losers.

New developments and new ideas of the human brain, leading to madness chess computers. Houdini four remained chained in the glass case and barely survived. Deep fritz 2014 could not come to the surface and succumbed. Man versus machine. New thoughts, new battles, one war.

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[pgn][Event "Rated game, 5 min"]
[Site "Engine Room"]
[Date "2014.02.12"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Grand-father"]
[Black "Alexander3"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "A03"]
[WhiteElo "1928"]
[BlackElo "2249"]
[PlyCount "513"]
[EventDate "2014.02.12"]
[TimeControl "300"]

1. d4 {1} Nf6 {B 0} 2. e3 {0} d6 {B 0} 3. c3 {0} g6 {0.00/19 18} 4. Bc4 {2
(Sf3)} Bg7 {-0.23/20 8} 5. f4 {1 (Sf3)} d5 {-0.36/19 10} 6. Bd3 {3 (Le2)} O-O {
-0.26/20 16} 7. Nf3 {0} c5 {-0.25/19 4} 8. O-O {2} b6 {B 0} 9. a3 {1} c4 {-0.
28/17 7} 10. Bc2 {2} Nc6 {-0.21/18 4} 11. Re1 {0 (Sbd2)} Bf5 {-0.33/17 6} 12.
Nbd2 {1 (Lxf5)} e6 {-0.41/18 5} 13. Nh4 {1 (e4)} Bxc2 {-0.61/18 8} 14. Qxc2 {2}
Nh5 {-0.50/19 18} 15. Nhf3 {1} Na5 {-0.38/19 7} 16. Nf1 {1 (a4)} Nb3 {-0.53/18
5} 17. Rb1 {0} Qc7 {-0.51/19 5} 18. N3d2 {1 (S1d2)} Na5 {-0.60/18 9} 19. Nf3 {2
} Rfd8 {-0.50/18 29} 20. g3 {0 (Ld2)} f5 {-0.72/18 5} 21. Re2 {1 (Dg2)} Nf6 {
-0.69/17 4} 22. Rg2 {2 (Ld2)} Nb7 {-0.79/17 17} 23. h4 {0 (Ld2)} Nd6 {-1.10/18
14} 24. Bd2 {1 (De2)} Rf8 {-1.07/15 2} 25. Be1 {0} Rad8 {-0.97/15 3} 26. Ra1 {
2 (Te2)} Ng4 {-0.96/15 5} 27. Qe2 {3 (a4)} Bf6 {-0.97/16 3} 28. N1h2 {1 (a4)}
h5 {-0.94/18 4} 29. Nf1 {2 (Sxg4)} a6 {-0.99/15 3} 30. Qc2 {1 (S1h2)} Rb8 {-0.
93/15 3} 31. Ra2 {1 (Te2)} b5 {-1.05/15 3} 32. Rd2 {1 (S3h2)} Ne4 {-1.02/13 2}
33. Rd1 {3 (Te2)} Rf7 {-1.06/13 2} 34. Kg2 {1 (S3d2)} Be7 {-1.08/12 2} 35. Rda1
{1 (S3h2)} Re8 {-1.13/13 3} 36. Qe2 {0 (S3d2)} Qb7 {-0.88/15 2} 37. Qc2 {0
(S1d2)} Ref8 {-1.13/12 1} 38. Qe2 {0} a5 {-0.91/15 0} 39. Qc2 {1 (S1h2)} a4 {
-1.30/13 1} 40. Qe2 {2 (S3d2)} Bf6 {-0.94/15 2} 41. Rc1 {1 (S1d2)} Rd7 {-0.98/
13 1} 42. Rc2 {0 (S1h2)} Rdd8 {-1.08/13 1} 43. Ra1 {0 (S1h2)} Qc7 {-0.94/14 2}
44. Rac1 {0 (S1d2)} Qe7 {-0.87/14 1} 45. Qd1 {0 (S1d2)} Nd6 {-0.96/12 1} 46.
Re2 {0 (S3h2)} Nh6 {-0.93/14 1} 47. Rcc2 {0 (Tec2)} Ne4 {-0.96/15 1} 48. Kg1 {
2 (S1d2)} Ng4 {-1.01/14 1} 49. Rf2 {4 (S1d2)} Nexf2 {-2.10/13 1} 50. Rxf2 {0
(Lxf2)} Nxf2 {-3.78/16 1} 51. Bxf2 {2} Qd6 {-3.49/17 0} 52. Be1 {1 (S1d2)} Rd7
{-3.68/15 1} 53. Qc2 {0 (Lf2)} Qc6 {-3.81/16 1} 54. Kg2 {0} Re7 {-3.58/15 1}
55. Bd2 {1 (S1d2)} Kg7 {-3.62/16 2} 56. Be1 {0} Rd8 {-3.50/16 0} 57. N3d2 {1
(S1d2)} Rb8 {-3.72/14 1} 58. Nb1 {0 (Sf3)} Ree8 {-3.72/15 1} 59. Kh3 {0 (Sbd2)}
Rf8 {-3.76/14 1} 60. Nh2 {0 (Kg2)} Rh8 {-3.72/14 1} 61. Qd2 {0 (Sf3)} Rhc8 {-3.
85/14 1} 62. Qe2 {0 (Sf3)} Qc7 {-3.73/15 1} 63. Nf3 {0} Qd6 {-3.49/20 0} 64.
Qd2 {0 (Kg2)} Rb7 {-3.49/14 1} 65. Kh2 {1 (Dc2)} Re8 {-3.73/14 1} 66. Kh3 {0
(Kg2)} Kh7 {-3.54/15 1} 67. Kh2 {0 (Kg2)} Ra8 {-3.70/15 1} 68. Kh3 {0 (Kg2)}
Rb6 {-3.54/15 1} 69. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Kg7 {-3.72/15 1} 70. Kh3 {0 (Kg2)} Rbb8 {-3.
65/16 1} 71. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Ra7 {-3.70/15 0} 72. Kh3 {1 (Kg2)} Rf7 {-3.64/15 1}
73. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Re8 {-3.58/12 1} 74. Kh3 {1 (De2)} Qc7 {-3.62/12 1} 75. Kh2 {
1 (Kg2)} Rd8 {-3.39/13 0} 76. Kh3 {1 (Dg2)} Qc6 {-3.49/12 1} 77. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)}
Rfd7 {-3.32/13 1} 78. Kh3 {1 (Kg1)} Qd6 {-3.25/13 1} 79. Kh2 {1 (De2)} Re8 {-3.
22/13 1} 80. Kh3 {1 (Dc1)} Rc8 {-3.17/12 1} 81. Kh2 {1 (Dh2)} Rf7 {-3.07/14 1}
82. Kh3 {1 (De2)} Ra8 {-3.07/12 1} 83. Kh2 {1 (Dh2)} Rd7 {-3.01/13 0} 84. Kh3 {
1 (Kg1)} Rb8 {-2.91/13 1} 85. Kh2 {1} Qc6 {-2.91/15 0} 86. Kh3 {1 (Lf2)} Rbd8 {
-2.90/15 1} 87. Kh2 {1 (Dd1)} Re8 {-2.91/13 0} 88. Kh3 {1 (De2)} Rb8 {-2.86/14
0} 89. Kh2 {1} Rh8 {-2.89/16 0} 90. Kh3 {1 (Dd1)} Rf8 {-2.86/14 1} 91. Kh2 {1
(Lf2)} Rg8 {-2.86/15 1} 92. Kh3 {1 (Dd1)} Qd6 {-2.86/15 0} 93. Kh2 {2 (Lf2)}
Rgd8 {-2.89/15 0} 94. Kh3 {1 (Dd1)} Rf7 {-2.80/14 0} 95. Kh2 {1} Qc6 {-2.86/16
0} 96. Kh3 {1 (Dc1)} Rc7 {-2.86/13 1} 97. Kh2 {1 (Dc2)} Ra7 {-2.86/14 0} 98.
Kh3 {1 (Dd1)} Qd6 {-2.86/13 0} 99. Kh2 {1 (Dc1)} Rb7 {-2.57/12 0} 100. Kh3 {1
(Lf2)} b4 {-2.49/13 0} 101. axb4 {3 (cxb4)} Rbb8 {-2.85/10 0} 102. Na3 {1} Rd7
{-2.81/17 0} 103. Kh2 {1} Ra7 {-2.81/17 0} 104. Kh3 {1 (Kg2)} Qc6 {-2.81/15 0}
105. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Qe8 {-2.81/15 1} 106. Kh3 {1 (Kg2)} Qd7 {-2.81/14 0} 107.
Kh2 {1} Qd8 {-2.81/18 0} 108. Kh3 {0} Be7 {-2.81/18 0} 109. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Qb6 {
-2.81/16 0} 110. Kh3 {1 (Kg2)} Bf6 {-2.81/14 0} 111. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Re7 {-2.81/
15 0} 112. Ne5 {1 (Dd1)} Bxe5 {-3.03/11 0} 113. dxe5 {0} Qc6 {-2.89/16 0} 114.
Qd4 {1 (Sc2)} Ra8 {-3.03/11 0} 115. Bd2 {1 (Sc2)} Qb7 {-3.23/12 0} 116. Kh3 {
1 (b5)} Rb8 {-3.41/12 0} 117. Kh2 {1 (Le1)} Qb6 {-3.70/16 0} 118. Kh3 {1 (Sc2)}
Reb7 {-3.68/14 0} 119. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Kf8 {-3.69/15 0} 120. Kh3 {1 (Kg2)} Ra8 {
-3.69/15 0} 121. Kh2 {1 (Sc2)} Ke8 {-3.69/16 0} 122. Kh3 {1 (Dxb6)} Qxd4 {-3.
94/15 0} 123. exd4 {2} Kd7 {-3.61/24 0} 124. Kh2 {1 (Sc2)} Kc6 {-3.61/15 0}
125. Kh3 {1 (Kg2)} Rab8 {-3.69/14 0} 126. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Re7 {-3.61/15 0} 127.
Kh3 {1 (Kg2)} Rbe8 {-3.61/17 0} 128. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Rf7 {-3.61/19 0} 129. Kh3 {
1 (Kg2)} Rb8 {-3.61/18 0} 130. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Rbf8 {-3.61/18 0} 131. Kh3 {1} Ra7
{-3.61/25 0} 132. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Re7 {-3.61/20 0} 133. Kh3 {1 (Kg2)} Kb6 {-3.61/
22 0} 134. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Rd7 {-3.61/18 0} 135. Kh3 {1 (Sc2)} Rb8 {-3.61/18 0}
136. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Rdd8 {-3.61/18 0} 137. Kh3 {1 (Kg2)} Rg8 {-3.61/18 0} 138.
Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Rgf8 {-3.61/19 0} 139. Kh3 {1 (Kg1)} Rbc8 {-3.61/20 0} 140. Kh2 {
1 (Kg2)} Rh8 {-3.61/19 0} 141. Kh3 {1 (Sc2)} Rh7 {-3.61/18 0} 142. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)
} Rg7 {-3.61/17 0} 143. Kh3 {1 (Kg1)} Re8 {-3.61/15 1} 144. Kh2 {1 (Lc1)} Kc6 {
-3.61/18 0} 145. Kh3 {1 (Kg2)} Reg8 {-3.61/18 0} 146. Kh2 {1 (Sc2)} Rc8 {-3.61/
19 0} 147. Kh3 {1 (Sc2)} Rb8 {-3.61/16 0} 148. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Kb6 {-3.61/17 0}
149. Kh3 {1 (Kg2)} Re7 {-3.50/17 0} 150. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Rh8 {-3.61/18 0} 151.
Kh3 {1 (Kg2)} Rhe8 {-3.61/19 0} 152. Kh2 {1 (Kg2)} Rc8 {-3.61/15 0} 153. Kh3 {
1 (Kg2)} Rg8 {-3.58/15 0} 154. Kh2 {1 (Sc2)} Rb8 {-3.50/15 0} 155. Kh3 {1 (Kg2)
} Reb7 {-3.58/16 0} 156. Kh2 {1 (Sb1)} Rc7 {-3.61/15 0} 157. Kg2 {1} Rg7 {-3.
61/26 0} 158. Kf3 {1 (Kf2)} Rgb7 {-3.40/14 0} 159. Kf2 {1 (Lc1)} Rh7 {-3.39/14
0} 160. Kf3 {1 (Kf1)} Re7 {-3.41/13 0} 161. Kf2 {1 (Lc1)} Kc6 {-3.30/14 0} 162.
Kf3 {1 (Ke2)} Rg7 {-3.50/15 0} 163. Kf2 {1} Rd7 {-2.95/18 0} 164. Kf3 {1 (Sb1)}
Rf7 {-2.99/16 0} 165. Be1 {2 (Lc1)} Rfb7 {-3.06/14 0} 166. Bd2 {1 (Sb1)} Rd8 {
-3.20/13 0} 167. Kf2 {1} Kb6 {-2.78/16 0} 168. Kf3 {1 (Sc2)} Ra8 {-3.12/11 0}
169. Kf2 {1 (Sc2)} Rf7 {-3.61/24 0} 170. Kf3 {1 (Sc2)} Rfa7 {-2.86/13 0} 171.
Kf2 {1 (Lc1)} Re7 {-2.18/15 0} 172. Kf3 {1 (Sc2)} g5 {-1.58/14 0} 173. fxg5 {1}
Rg7 {-1.58/23 0} 174. Kf4 {1 (Sc2)} Kc6 {-1.76/13 0} 175. Be1 {0 (Sc2)} Rag8 {
-1.96/14 0} 176. Bd2 {0} Rb7 {-1.63/22 0} 177. Be1 {1 (Sc2)} Kd7 {-2.28/15 0}
178. Bd2 {1} Ke8 {-1.61/20 0} 179. Be1 {1 (Sc2)} Kf7 {-2.18/14 0} 180. Bd2 {1
(Lf2)} Ra8 {-1.76/14 0} 181. Be1 {1 (Kf3)} Kg6 {-1.94/15 0} 182. Bd2 {1} Re8 {
-1.61/24 0} 183. Be1 {1 (Kf3)} Reb8 {-2.10/11 0} 184. Bd2 {1 (Sc2)} Rd8 {-1.61/
18 0} 185. Be1 {1 (Sc2)} Rb6 {-1.80/13 0} 186. Bd2 {1 (Sc2)} Kg7 {-1.61/17 0}
187. Be1 {1 (Sc2)} Rf8 {-1.74/10 0} 188. Bd2 {1 (Sc2)} Rf7 {-1.61/16 0} 189.
Be1 {1 (Sc2)} Rb8 {-1.79/10 0} 190. Bd2 {1 (Sc2)} Rd7 {-1.61/17 0} 191. Be1 {
1 (Sc2)} Kf7 {-1.63/12 0} 192. Bd2 {2 (Sc2)} Rdd8 {-1.61/15 0} 193. Be1 {1
(Sc2)} Kg8 {-1.81/10 0} 194. Bd2 {1} Kg7 {-1.61/25 0} 195. Be1 {1 (Kf3)} Rf8 {
-1.61/12 0} 196. Bd2 {1 (Sc2)} Rf7 {-1.61/18 0} 197. Be1 {1 (Sc2)} Kg6 {-1.61/
11 0} 198. Bd2 {1} Rb6 {-1.61/24 0} 199. Be1 {1 (Sc2)} Re7 {-1.61/12 0} 200.
Bd2 {1 (Sc2)} Rbb7 {-1.61/18 0} 201. Be1 {1 (Sc2)} Rb8 {-1.61/13 0} 202. Bd2 {
1 (Sc2)} Rb6 {-1.61/17 0} 203. Be1 {2 (Sc2)} Reb7 {-1.61/14 0} 204. Bd2 {0
(Sb1)} Rb8 {-1.56/17 0} 205. Be1 {1 (Sb1)} Rg8 {-1.56/17 0} 206. Bd2 {1 (Sc2)}
Re8 {-1.56/15 0} 207. Be1 {1 (Lc1)} Rb7 {-1.61/18 0} 208. Bd2 {1 (Sc2)} Rh8 {
-1.55/17 0} 209. Be1 {1 (Ke3)} Kg7 {-1.61/13 0} 210. Bd2 {1 (Sc2)} Kf7 {-1.47/
15 0} 211. Be1 {1 (Sb1)} Rb6 {-1.56/13 0} 212. Bd2 {1 (Kf3)} Rf8 {-1.46/13 0}
213. Be1 {1 (Lc1)} Rg8 {-1.56/14 0} 214. Bd2 {1 (Sc2)} Rg7 {-1.47/14 0} 215.
Be1 {1 (Sb1)} Kg6 {-1.56/15 0} 216. Bd2 {1 (Sb1)} Rb8 {-1.47/17 0} 217. Be1 {
2 (Sb1)} Rh7 {-1.56/13 0} 218. Bd2 {0 (Sb1)} Ra7 {-1.55/13 0} 219. Be1 {1 (Le3)
} Kg7 {-1.56/13 0} 220. Bd2 {1 (Sb1)} Rab7 {-1.45/12 0} 221. Kf3 {1 (Sc2)} Rf8
{-1.12/12 0} 222. Kf2 {1} f4 {-0.34/19 0} 223. gxf4 {1} Kh8 {-0.22/17 0} 224.
Kf3 {1} Kg8 {-0.14/19 0} 225. Be1 {2 (Sc2)} Kg7 {-0.33/15 0} 226. Bd2 {1} Kg6 {
-0.14/21 0} 227. Be1 {1 (Kg3)} Rf5 {-0.96/11 0} 228. Bd2 {1} Rb8 {-0.14/24 0}
229. Be3 {2 (Sc2)} Kf7 {-0.25/11 0} 230. Bd2 {1} Rb6 {-0.14/22 0} 231. Be3 {1
(Sc2)} Ke7 {-0.36/11 0} 232. Bd2 {0 (Sc2)} Rf7 {-0.04/15 0} 233. Be3 {1 (Sc2)}
Rb8 {-0.90/12 0} 234. Bd2 {1} Kd7 {-0.22/19 0} 235. Be3 {1 (Le1)} Kc7 {-0.74/
15 0} 236. Bd2 {1 (Lf2)} Kc6 {-0.83/10 0} 237. Be3 {1 (Le1)} Rg8 {-0.83/12 0}
238. Bd2 {1 (Lf2)} Rgf8 {-0.87/8 0} 239. Be3 {1 (Sc2)} Rf5 {-0.48/12 0} 240.
Bd2 {1} R8f7 {-0.11/21 0} 241. Be3 {1} Rg7 {-0.07/22 0} 242. Bd2 {1 (Sc2)} Rb7
{-0.11/14 0} 243. Be3 {1 (Le1)} Rbf7 {-0.51/14 0} 244. Bd2 {1 (Sb1)} Rf8 {-0.
49/15 0} 245. Be3 {1} R5f7 {-0.07/19 0} 246. Bd2 {1 (Lc1)} Kb6 {-0.07/15 0}
247. Be3 {1} Rc8 {-0.07/21 0} 248. Bd2 {1 (Lf2)} Rg8 {-0.07/12 0} 249. Be3 {1
(Le1)} Ka6 {-0.07/14 0} 250. Bd2 {1 (Lf2)} Rh8 {-0.07/14 0} 251. Be3 {1 (Le1)}
Rb8 {-0.07/16 0} 252. Bd2 {1 (Lf2)} Rg8 {-0.07/15 0} 253. Be3 {1 (Le1)} Rgg7 {
-0.07/12 0} 254. Bd2 {1 (Lf2)} Rf5 {-0.07/14 0} 255. Be3 {1 (Le1)} Rg8 {-0.29/
8 0} 256. Bd2 {1 (Lf2)} Rgf8 {-0.32/12 0} 257. Be3 {1 Zeit (Lag: Av=1.12s,
max=6.8s)} 1-0

[/pgn]

[pgn][Event "Rated game, 3 min"]
[Site "Engine Room"]
[Date "2014.02.06"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Grand-father"]
[Black "Some-Patzer"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "D00"]
[WhiteElo "1935"]
[BlackElo "2529"]
[PlyCount "371"]
[EventDate "2014.02.12"]
[TimeControl "180"]

1. d4 {1} Nf6 {B 0} 2. e3 {0} d5 {0} 3. c3 {B 0} e6 {B 0} 4. f4 {0} Bd6 {B 0}
5. Nf3 {0} c5 {0} 6. a3 {B 0} O-O {B 0} 7. b4 {1} b6 {B 0} 8. Bd3 {1} Nc6 {B 0}
9. O-O {1} Bb7 {B 0} 10. Re1 {1} Ne7 {B 0} 11. Qe2 {1} c4 {-0.62/20 9} 12. Bc2
{1} b5 {-0.66/20 7} 13. Bb2 {2 (a4)} Ne4 {-1.06/20 3} 14. Nbd2 {2 (a4)} f6 {-0.
81/21 3} 15. Nxe4 {2 (a4)} dxe4 {1} 16. Nd2 {-1.12/18 0} f5 {-0.87/19 2} 17.
Rf1 {1 (a4)} Qc7 {-1.43/20 6} 18. Rf2 {3 (a4)} Nd5 {-1.69/18 3} 19. g3 {1 (a4)}
a5 {-1.83/18 9} 20. Rff1 {12 (bxa5)} a4 {-2.24/19 2} 21. Kf2 {7 (Rae1)} Rf6 {
-2.70/19 2} 22. Ke1 {0 (Kg1)} Rh6 {-3.07/17 2} 23. Kd1 {1 (h4)} Bc6 {-3.30/19
10} 24. Kc1 {1 (Ke1)} Be8 {-3.10/19 6} 25. Kb1 {4} Bh5 {-3.09/20 0} 26. Qf2 {3}
Bg4 {-3.01/20 0} 27. h4 {3} Qf7 {-3.02/20 0} 28. Bd1 {3} Bxd1 {-2.63/19 15} 29.
Rxd1 {4} Rf8 {-2.35/19 0} 30. Kc2 {3 (Ka2)} Qh5 {-1.92/18 3} 31. Rg1 {4 (Re1)}
Rg6 {-1.91/19 4} 32. Rae1 {6 (Rge1)} Be7 {-2.11/19 2} 33. Bc1 {3 (Qe2)} Qg4 {
-2.07/18 1} 34. Nb1 {2 (Qe2)} Rb8 {-2.11/20 3} 35. Bd2 {2 (Kb2)} Rd8 {-2.14/21
2} 36. Ref1 {3 (Kb2)} Nf6 {-1.87/20 9} 37. Rg2 {2 (Kb2)} Rd7 {-1.88/21 10} 38.
Rfg1 {2 (Kb2)} Nd5 {-1.62/19 2} 39. Kc1 {2 (Qf1)} h5 {-1.78/20 3} 40. Kc2 {2
(Qf1)} Rd6 {-1.77/20 2} 41. Kc1 {1 (Kb2)} Rf6 {-1.72/21 4} 42. Kc2 {1 (Be1)}
Qg6 {-1.74/21 1} 43. Kc1 {1 (Qe2)} Qe8 {-1.80/20 1} 44. Kc2 {1 (Qe2)} Rf8 {-1.
78/20 2} 45. Kc1 {1 (Qe2)} Nf6 {-1.76/20 3} 46. Kc2 {6 (Kb2)} Qc6 {-1.77/20 1}
47. Kc1 {1 (Qe2)} Ng4 {-1.72/20 3} 48. Qe2 {2} Rd7 {-1.72/21 0} 49. Kc2 {1
(Kb2)} Rb8 {-1.75/19 1} 50. Kc1 {1 (Kb2)} Rbd8 {-1.72/19 2} 51. Be1 {3 (Kb2)}
Kh7 {-1.76/18 1} 52. Kc2 {1 (Kb2)} Rh8 {-1.70/19 1} 53. Kc1 {0 (Kb2)} Rd6 {-1.
70/19 1} 54. Kc2 {0 (Kb2)} Nf6 {-1.75/20 1} 55. Kc1 {0 (Bf2)} Qe8 {-1.69/20 1}
56. Kc2 {1 (Bf2)} Ng4 {-1.71/19 1} 57. Kc1 {1 (Kb2)} Bf6 {-1.73/19 1} 58. Kc2 {
1 (Bf2)} g6 {-1.74/18 1} 59. Kc1 {1 (Kb2)} Qf7 {-1.72/18 1} 60. Kc2 {0 (Kb2)}
Bg7 {-1.72/19 1} 61. Kc1 {0 (Kb2)} Rhd8 {-1.72/19 1} 62. Kc2 {0 (Kb2)} Qc7 {-1.
72/19 1} 63. Kc1 {1 (Kb2)} Nf6 {-1.73/17 1} 64. Nd2 {2 (Kb2)} R6d7 {-1.75/18 1}
65. Nb1 {2 (Kb2)} Bf8 {-1.77/18 1} 66. Kc2 {0 (Kb2)} Kg7 {-1.73/19 2} 67. Kc1 {
0 (Kb2)} Rd6 {-1.72/18 1} 68. Kc2 {0 (Kb2)} Qc6 {-1.72/18 1} 69. Kc1 {0 (Kb2)}
Nd5 {-1.72/19 1} 70. Kc2 {1 (Kb2)} Be7 {-1.73/17 1} 71. Kc1 {1 (Kb2)} R6d7 {-1.
77/16 1} 72. Kc2 {0 (Kb2)} Bf6 {-1.80/16 1} 73. Kc1 {0 (Nd2)} Rc8 {-1.77/15 1}
74. Kc2 {0 (Kb2)} Be7 {-1.78/16 1} 75. Kc1 {0 (Nd2)} Nf6 {-1.77/16 1} 76. Kc2 {
1 (Kb2)} Qd6 {-1.66/18 1} 77. Kc1 {0 (Kb2)} Ng4 {-1.61/17 1} 78. Kc2 {1 (Bf2)}
Bf6 {-1.50/16 2} 79. Kc1 {0 (Bf2)} Rcd8 {-1.49/15 1} 80. Kc2 {0 (Kb2)} e5 {-1.
90/15 1} 81. fxe5 {5} Bxe5 {-1.08/21 0} 82. Kb2 {3 (dxe5)} Bf6 {-1.95/14 0} 83.
Rf1 {5 (Bf2)} Qd5 {-1.95/15 0} 84. Rf4 {1 (Bf2)} Kh8 {-1.94/17 0} 85. Kc2 {1
(Rf1)} Kh7 {-1.93/15 0} 86. Kc1 {1 (Rf1)} Be5 {-1.90/14 0} 87. Kc2 {0 (Rf1)}
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181. Kc1 {-0.50/1 0 (Be5)} Ka7 {0} 182. Kc2 {-1.67/1 0 (Kb2)} Rh8 {0} 183. Kc1
{-0.42/1 0 (Be5)} Kb6 {-0.29/1 0} 184. Kc2 {0} Rhg8 {-0.20/1 0} 185. Qg3 {0
(Qd2)} Rc6 {0.08/1 0} 186. Kc1 {1 (Lag: Av=1.51s, max=4.2s) (Qf3)} 1/2-1/2

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Re: Houdini 4 and Deep Fritz 14 are exhausted. Losers 2014

Post by Father » Wed Feb 12, 2014 3:13 pm

Houdini 4 and Deep Fritz 14 are exhausted. Losers.

New developments and new ideas of the human brain, are leading to madness to the chess computers.

Houdini 4 remained chained into te box of glass and barely survived with a draw. Houdini is exahasted.

Deep fritz 14 on 2014 could not come to the surface and succumbed.... Man versus machine.

New thoughts, new battles, one war.

I have many secrets and ideas that obly will be used playing chess computers in the future.

Best regards,


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Some corrections to the automatic traslator. Computers need our help. and we need te computers help.
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Re: Houdini 4 and Deep Fritz 14 are exhausted. Losers 2014

Post by Dr.Wael Deeb » Wed Feb 12, 2014 6:37 pm

Once I read a post in my facebook page:

When you are dead,you are simply dead.You don't know that you are dead.It's only difficult for the people who know you....

The same thing goes when you are stupid....

No offence is intended,just sayin regards,
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I dont believe in you Doc.

Post by Father » Wed Feb 12, 2014 7:17 pm

Eternal life and the existence of God does not depend on your approval or your authorization. Eternal life exists regardless of our approval. At death you will be aware of the fate that his soul reached. Salvation or eternal damnation. Human beings have consciousness. Chess machines are conscious of their own existence. I think therefore I am is a theorem for intelligent beings. Self-awareness is the secret to making the machines, often silly and stupid. :twisted:
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Chess machines are not conscious of their own existence.

Post by Father » Wed Feb 12, 2014 7:20 pm

Chess machines are conscious of their own existence = Mistake.
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Re: Houdini 4 and Deep Fritz 14 are exhausted. Losers 2014

Post by shrapnel » Fri Feb 14, 2014 6:45 am

Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:Once I read a post in my facebook page:

When you are dead,you are simply dead.You don't know that you are dead.It's only difficult for the people who know you....

The same thing goes when you are stupid....

No offence is intended,just sayin regards,
Dr.D
LOL.....nice one, Doc !
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Re: Houdini 4 and Deep Fritz 14 are exhausted. Losers 2014

Post by Robert Flesher » Fri Feb 14, 2014 10:40 am

Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:Once I read a post in my facebook page:

When you are dead,you are simply dead.You don't know that you are dead.It's only difficult for the people who know you....

The same thing goes when you are stupid....

No offence is intended,just sayin regards,
Dr.D

LOL!

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Re: Houdini 4 and Deep Fritz 14 are exhausted. Losers 2014

Post by Sedat Canbaz » Fri Feb 14, 2014 11:21 am

Father wrote:Febrero 12 de 2014

Houdini 4 and Deep Fritz 14 are exhausted. Losers.

New developments and new ideas of the human brain, leading to madness chess computers. Houdini four remained chained in the glass case and barely survived. Deep fritz 2014 could not come to the surface and succumbed. Man versus machine. New thoughts, new battles, one war.

Best regards,



Pablo Ignacio Restrepo
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Hello Father !

Thanks for the updates...

It seems you are COMPUTER KILLER, well-done again!!!

With respect to you (against any cheating),
I need a LIVE video (I think many chess friends have same opinion as mine), where we can watch your games

In other words,
We need to be sure 100 % that you are not using second PC or other engine on same PC :)

And only after your LIVE video,
I can start to believe in your published results...




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Re: Houdini 4 and Deep Fritz 14 are exhausted. Losers 2014

Post by Dr.Wael Deeb » Fri Feb 14, 2014 11:47 am

shrapnel wrote:
Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:Once I read a post in my facebook page:

When you are dead,you are simply dead.You don't know that you are dead.It's only difficult for the people who know you....

The same thing goes when you are stupid....

No offence is intended,just sayin regards,
Dr.D
LOL.....nice one, Doc !
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Re: Houdini 4 and Deep Fritz 14 are exhausted. Losers 2014

Post by Dr.Wael Deeb » Fri Feb 14, 2014 11:48 am

Robert Flesher wrote:
Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:Once I read a post in my facebook page:

When you are dead,you are simply dead.You don't know that you are dead.It's only difficult for the people who know you....

The same thing goes when you are stupid....

No offence is intended,just sayin regards,
Dr.D

LOL!
:wink:
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