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Who will win the four-game match?

Nakamura
5
7%
Stockfish
55
82%
Tie
7
10%
 
Total votes: 67

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Re: Nakamura vs Stockfish, public match 8/23

Post by AdminX » Sat Aug 23, 2014 10:11 pm

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[Event "?"]
[Site "Chess.com"]
[Date "2014.08.23"]
[Round "2"]
[White "Stockfish 5"]
[Black "Hikaru Nakamura w/Rybka"]
[Result "*"]
[BlackElo "2785"]
[EventDate "2014.08.23"]
[WhiteElo "3000"]

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 Bg7 4.e4 d6 5.Bd3 O-O 6.Nge2 Nc6 7.O-O e5 8.d5 Nd4 9.Bg5 c5 10.Rb1 Qb6 11.a3 h6 12.Bd2 a5 13.b3 Bd7 14.Ng3 Kh7 15.f3 Qc7 16.Qc1 Qb6 17.Qe1 Kg8 18.Be3 Rfe8 19.Qf2 Rf8 20.Kh1 Rfe8 21.h3 Rf8 22.a4 Be8 23.Qd2 Kh7 24.f4 exf4 25.Bxf4 Nd7 26.Nge2 Nxe2 27.Nxe2 Ne5 28.Bc2 Bd7 29.Rf2 Qd8 30.Rbf1 Qe7 31.Nc1 b6 32.Nd3 f6 33.Qe1 Rae8 34.Qb1 Bc8 35.Bd2 Nf7 36.Bc3 Ne5 37.Qc1 h5 38.Bd2 Rf7 39.Nxe5 dxe5 40.Be3 Qd6 41.Bd3 Ref8 42.Bd2 Bd7 43.Rf3 Be8 44.Bc2 Bd7 45.Re1 Bc8 46.Bd3 Bd7 47.Bb1 Bc8 48.Ref1 Bd7 49.R3f2 Bc8 50.Bc2 Bd7 51.Bd3 Bc8 52.Kg1 Bd7 53.Rf3 Bc8 54.Bc2 Bd7 55.Re1 Bc8 56.Re2 Bd7 57.Ref2 Bc8 58.Kh1 Bd7 59.Re2 Bc8 60.Bb1 Bd7 61.Ref2 Bc8 62.Be3 Bd7 63.Rf1 Bc8 64.Bd3 Bd7 65.Bg5 Bc8 66.Bd2 Bd7 67.Bb1 Bc8 68.Be3 Bd7 69.Bd3 Bc8 70.Bc2 Bd7 71.Bd2 Bc8 72.Rg1 Bd7 73.Bb1 Bc8 74.Bd3 Qd8 75.Rgf1 Qd6 76.Kg1 Bd7 77.R3f2 Bc8 78.Be3 Bd7 79.Be2 Rh8 80.Qd2 Kg8 81.Bd3 Kh7 82.Rf3 Rhf8 83.Qf2 Bh6 84.Bxh6 Kxh6 85.Qd2+ Kh7 86.Bb1 Bc8 87.Bc2 Bd7 88.Qd1 Kg7 89.Bd3 Rh8 90.R1f2 Rh6 91.Rg3 Bc8 92.Rf1 Bd7 93.Re3 Bc8 94.Rf2 Bd7 95.Re1 Bc8 96.Qd2 Bd7 97.Bc2 Bc8 98.Bd1 Bd7 99.Ref1 Bc8 100.Rf3 Bd7 101.Be2 Bc8 102.Re3 Bd7 103.Rf2 Bc8 104.Ref3 Bd7 105.h4 Bc8 106.Rg3 Bd7 107.Kf1 Bc8 108.Ke1 Bd7 109.Qe3 Rh8 110.Rf1 Kh7 111.Kd2 Rhf8 112.Kc1 Bc8 113.Kb2 *





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Re: Nakamura vs Stockfish, public match 8/23

Post by AdminX » Sat Aug 23, 2014 10:40 pm

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[Event "?"]
[Site "Chess.com"]
[Date "2014.08.23"]
[Round "2"]
[White "Stockfish 5"]
[Black "Hikaru Nakamura w/Rybka"]
[Result "*"]
[BlackElo "2785"]
[EventDate "2014.08.23"]
[WhiteElo "3000"]

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 Bg7 4.e4 d6 5.Bd3 O-O 6.Nge2 Nc6 7.O-O e5 8.d5 Nd4 9.Bg5 c5 10.Rb1 Qb6 11.a3 h6 12.Bd2 a5 13.b3 Bd7 14.Ng3 Kh7 15.f3 Qc7 16.Qc1 Qb6 17.Qe1 Kg8 18.Be3 Rfe8 19.Qf2 Rf8 20.Kh1 Rfe8 21.h3 Rf8 22.a4 Be8 23.Qd2 Kh7 24.f4 exf4 25.Bxf4 Nd7 26.Nge2 Nxe2 27.Nxe2 Ne5 28.Bc2 Bd7 29.Rf2 Qd8 30.Rbf1 Qe7 31.Nc1 b6 32.Nd3 f6 33.Qe1 Rae8 34.Qb1 Bc8 35.Bd2 Nf7 36.Bc3 Ne5 37.Qc1 h5 38.Bd2 Rf7 39.Nxe5 dxe5 40.Be3 Qd6 41.Bd3 Ref8 42.Bd2 Bd7 43.Rf3 Be8 44.Bc2 Bd7 45.Re1 Bc8 46.Bd3 Bd7 47.Bb1 Bc8 48.Ref1 Bd7 49.R3f2 Bc8 50.Bc2 Bd7 51.Bd3 Bc8 52.Kg1 Bd7 53.Rf3 Bc8 54.Bc2 Bd7 55.Re1 Bc8 56.Re2 Bd7 57.Ref2 Bc8 58.Kh1 Bd7 59.Re2 Bc8 60.Bb1 Bd7 61.Ref2 Bc8 62.Be3 Bd7 63.Rf1 Bc8 64.Bd3 Bd7 65.Bg5 Bc8 66.Bd2 Bd7 67.Bb1 Bc8 68.Be3 Bd7 69.Bd3 Bc8 70.Bc2 Bd7 71.Bd2 Bc8 72.Rg1 Bd7 73.Bb1 Bc8 74.Bd3 Qd8 75.Rgf1 Qd6 76.Kg1 Bd7 77.R3f2 Bc8 78.Be3 Bd7 79.Be2 Rh8 80.Qd2 Kg8 81.Bd3 Kh7 82.Rf3 Rhf8 83.Qf2 Bh6 84.Bxh6 Kxh6 85.Qd2+ Kh7 86.Bb1 Bc8 87.Bc2 Bd7 88.Qd1 Kg7 89.Bd3 Rh8 90.R1f2 Rh6 91.Rg3 Bc8 92.Rf1 Bd7 93.Re3 Bc8 94.Rf2 Bd7 95.Re1 Bc8 96.Qd2 Bd7 97.Bc2 Bc8 98.Bd1 Bd7 99.Ref1 Bc8 100.Rf3 Bd7 101.Be2 Bc8 102.Re3 Bd7 103.Rf2 Bc8 104.Ref3 Bd7 105.h4 Bc8 106.Rg3 Bd7 107.Kf1 Bc8 108.Ke1 Bd7 109.Qe3 Rh8 110.Rf1 Kh7 111.Kd2 Rhf8 112.Kc1 Bc8 113.Kb2 Qe7 114.Rg1 Qd6 115.Qc3 f5 116.exf5 Rxf5 117.Re3 Rf2 118.Ka3 Qf6 119.Bf3 Re8 120.g4 hxg4 121.Bxg4 Bxg4 122.Rxg4 Rf4 123.Rxf4 Qxf4 124.h5 gxh5 125.d6 e4 126.Rh3 Qf5 127.Rh1 Rg8 128.Qa1 Rf8 129.Rd1 *



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Re: Nakamura vs Stockfish, public match 8/23

Post by AdminX » Sat Aug 23, 2014 11:04 pm

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[Event "?"]
[Site "Chess.com"]
[Date "2014.08.23"]
[Round "2"]
[White "Stockfish 5"]
[Black "Hikaru Nakamura w/Rybka"]
[Result "1-0"]
[BlackElo "2785"]
[ECO "E70"]
[EventDate "2014.08.23"]
[WhiteElo "3000"]

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 Bg7 4.e4 d6 5.Bd3 O-O 6.Nge2 Nc6 7.O-O e5 8.d5 Nd4 9.Bg5 c5 10.Rb1 Qb6 11.a3 h6 12.Bd2 a5 13.b3 Bd7 14.Ng3 Kh7 15.f3 Qc7 16.Qc1 Qb6 17.Qe1 Kg8 18.Be3 Rfe8 19.Qf2 Rf8 20.Kh1 Rfe8 21.h3 Rf8 22.a4 Be8 23.Qd2 Kh7 24.f4 exf4 25.Bxf4 Nd7 26.Nge2 Nxe2 27.Nxe2 Ne5 28.Bc2 Bd7 29.Rf2 Qd8 30.Rbf1 Qe7 31.Nc1 b6 32.Nd3 f6 33.Qe1 Rae8 34.Qb1 Bc8 35.Bd2 Nf7 36.Bc3 Ne5 37.Qc1 h5 38.Bd2 Rf7 39.Nxe5 dxe5 40.Be3 Qd6 41.Bd3 Ref8 42.Bd2 Bd7 43.Rf3 Be8 44.Bc2 Bd7 45.Re1 Bc8 46.Bd3 Bd7 47.Bb1 Bc8 48.Ref1 Bd7 49.R3f2 Bc8 50.Bc2 Bd7 51.Bd3 Bc8 52.Kg1 Bd7 53.Rf3 Bc8 54.Bc2 Bd7 55.Re1 Bc8 56.Re2 Bd7 57.Ref2 Bc8 58.Kh1 Bd7 59.Re2 Bc8 60.Bb1 Bd7 61.Ref2 Bc8 62.Be3 Bd7 63.Rf1 Bc8 64.Bd3 Bd7 65.Bg5 Bc8 66.Bd2 Bd7 67.Bb1 Bc8 68.Be3 Bd7 69.Bd3 Bc8 70.Bc2 Bd7 71.Bd2 Bc8 72.Rg1 Bd7 73.Bb1 Bc8 74.Bd3 Qd8 75.Rgf1 Qd6 76.Kg1 Bd7 77.R3f2 Bc8 78.Be3 Bd7 79.Be2 Rh8 80.Qd2 Kg8 81.Bd3 Kh7 82.Rf3 Rhf8 83.Qf2 Bh6 84.Bxh6 Kxh6 85.Qd2+ Kh7 86.Bb1 Bc8 87.Bc2 Bd7 88.Qd1 Kg7 89.Bd3 Rh8 90.R1f2 Rh6 91.Rg3 Bc8 92.Rf1 Bd7 93.Re3 Bc8 94.Rf2 Bd7 95.Re1 Bc8 96.Qd2 Bd7 97.Bc2 Bc8 98.Bd1 Bd7 99.Ref1 Bc8 100.Rf3 Bd7 101.Be2 Bc8 102.Re3 Bd7 103.Rf2 Bc8 104.Ref3 Bd7 105.h4 Bc8 106.Rg3 Bd7 107.Kf1 Bc8 108.Ke1 Bd7 109.Qe3 Rh8 110.Rf1 Kh7 111.Kd2 Rhf8 112.Kc1 Bc8 113.Kb2 Qe7 114.Rg1 Qd6 115.Qc3 f5 116.exf5 Rxf5 117.Re3 Rf2 118.Ka3 Qf6 119.Bf3 Re8 120.g4 hxg4 121.Bxg4 Bxg4 122.Rxg4 Rf4 123.Rxf4 Qxf4 124.h5 gxh5 125.d6 e4 126.Rh3 Qf5 127.Rh1 Rg8 128.Qa1 Rf8 129.Rd1 Qf4 130.d7 Rd8 131.Rf1 Qg5 132.Rg1 Qe7 133.Qf1 Qe6 134.Qg2 Rxd7 135.Qg5 Qe8 136.Rh1 Rd6 137.Rxh5+ Qxh5 138.Qxh5+ Kg7 139.Qe5+ Rf6 140.Qxe4 Kf7 141.Qh7+ Ke8 142.Qg8+ Ke7 143.Qg7+ Ke6 144.Qb7 Kf5 145.Qd5+ Kf4 146.Kb2 1-0





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Re: Nakamura vs Stockfish, public match 8/23

Post by Jack Lad » Sat Aug 23, 2014 11:32 pm

[d] 4r3/7k/1p1P4/p1p2q1p/P1P1p3/KPQ5/8/7R b - - 3 127
Black needed to play Rf8 here inorder to have any chance of holding the draw.

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Re: Nakamura vs Stockfish, public match 8/23

Post by kgburcham » Sun Aug 24, 2014 3:18 am

Jack Lad wrote:[d] 4r3/7k/1p1P4/p1p2q1p/P1P1p3/KPQ5/8/7R b - - 3 127
Black needed to play Rf8 here inorder to have any chance of holding the draw.
127...Rg8
[D] 4r3/7k/1p1P4/p1p2q1p/P1P1p3/KPQ5/8/7R b - -

6 processor(s) found, POPCNT available
NUMA configuration with 1 node(s), offset 0
8192 MB Large Page Hash
Nalimov 6 men EGTB available - 999 MB cache
Engine: Houdini 4 Pro x64 (8192 MB)
by Robert Houdart

23/67 0:10 +0.72-- 127...Rf8 128.Qe1 (189.062.756) 18268 TB:366
23/67 0:14 +1.12-- 127...Rf8 128.Qe1 (264.574.982) 18829 TB:1.696
23/84 0:29 +2.32-- 127...Rf8 128.Qe1 (586.690.196) 19694 TB:26.848
23/100 1:15 +3.19 127...Rf8 128.Qe1 Rf7 129.Rh4 Qe5 130.Rxe4 Qxd6 131.Re5 Qh6 132.Qd1 Kg6 133.Re6+ Rf6 134.Qd3+ Kg7 135.Qd7+ Kg8 (1.495.296.051) 19789 TB:133.075
24/100 1:41 +3.06++ 127...Rf8 (2.058.869.729) 20265 TB:161.071
24/100 1:41 +2.80++ 127...Rf8 (2.063.316.151) 20273 TB:161.075
24/100 1:58 +3.26 127...Rf8 128.Qe1 Rf7 129.Rh4 Qe5 130.Rxe4 Qxd6 131.Re5 Qh6 132.Qd1 Rf3 133.Qd7+ Kh8 134.Qe8+ Rf8 (2.407.061.080) 20350 TB:203.047
25/100 2:15 +3.26 127...Rf8 128.Qe1 Rf7 129.Rh4 Qe5 130.Rxe4 Qxd6 131.Re5 Qh6 132.Qd1 Rf3 133.Qd7+ Kh8 134.Qe8+ Rf8 (2.753.866.906) 20372 TB:237.607
26/100 2:38 +3.13++ 127...Rf8 (3.230.428.998) 20441 TB:306.348
26/100 3:03 +3.39-- 127...Rf8 128.Qe1 (3.762.278.813) 20504 TB:369.316
26/100 3:16 +2.86++ 127...Qf3 (4.034.475.538) 20558 TB:386.453
26/100 3:28 +3.39-- 127...Qf3 128.Qa1 (4.284.705.808) 20531 TB:448.705
26/100 4:06 +3.66-- 127...Qf3 128.Qa1 (5.102.453.529) 20733 TB:511.153
26/100 5:04 +2.12++ 127...e3 (6.347.293.977) 20874 TB:676.693
26/100 5:09 +3.66-- 127...e3 128.d7 (6.450.779.569) 20834 TB:690.732
26/100 5:35 +4.33-- 127...e3 128.d7 (6.985.920.616) 20836 TB:727.786
26/100 8:19 +4.28 127...Rf8 128.Qe1 Rd8 129.Qg3 Rd7 130.Rg1 Rf7 131.Qg8+ Kh6 132.Qh8+ Rh7 133.Qa1 Rf7 134.d7 Rxd7 135.Rf1 Qg6 (10.453.748.764) 20927 TB:1.277.806


Stockfish 100814 64 SSE4.2:

127...Qf3 128.Qa1 Rd8 129.Rf1 Rxd6 130.Rxf3 exf3 131.Qe5 f2 132.Qf5+ Rg6 133.Qxf2 Kg7 134.Qf4
+- (3.67 --) Depth: 46/69 00:31:24 30175mN
127...Qf3 128.Qa1 b5 129.cxb5 c4 130.Qd1 cxb3 131.d7 Rd8 132.Rxh5+ Kg6 133.Qxf3
+- (3.49 ++) Depth: 46/69 00:32:10 30954mN
127...Qf3 128.Qa1 b5 129.cxb5 c4 130.Qd1 cxb3 131.d7 Rd8 132.Rxh5+ Kg6 133.Qxf3 exf3
+- (3.37 ++) Depth: 46/69 00:32:25 31205mN
127...Qf3 128.Qa1 b5 129.cxb5 c4 130.Qd1 cxb3 131.Rxh5+ Kg6 132.d7 Rd8
+- (3.21 ++) Depth: 46/69 00:33:05 31867mN
127...Qf3 128.Qa1 b5 129.cxb5 c4 130.Qd1 cxb3 131.Rxh5+ Kg6 132.d7 Rd8 133.Qxf3 exf3
+- (3.00 ++) Depth: 46/69 00:33:41 32491mN
127...Qf3 128.Qa1 b5 129.cxb5 c4 130.Qd1 cxb3 131.Rxh5+ Kg6 132.Rh1 Qxd1 133.Rxd1
+- (3.76 --) Depth: 46/80 00:39:59 38847mN
127...Qf3 128.Qa1 Re6 129.d7 Rd6 130.Rf1 Qg4 131.Rf8 Qg7 132.Qxg7+ Kxg7 133.d8Q Rxd8 134.Rxd8 Kf6 135.Rd5 h4 136.Rh5 Ke7
+- (4.17 --) Depth: 46/80 00:48:27 47294mN



[Event "?"]
[Site "Chess.com"]
[Date "2014.08.23"]
[Round "2"]
[White "Stockfish 5"]
[Black "Hikaru Nakamura w/Rybka"]
[WhiteElo "3000"]
[BlackElo "2785"]
[ECO "E70"]
[Result "1-0"]

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 4. e4 d6 5. Bd3 O-O 6. Nge2
Nc6 7. O-O e5 8. d5 Nd4 9. Bg5 c5 10. Rb1 Qb6 11. a3 h6
12. Bd2 a5 13. b3 Bd7 14. Ng3 Kh7 15. f3 Qc7 16. Qc1 Qb6
17. Qe1 Kg8 18. Be3 Rfe8 19. Qf2 Rf8 20. Kh1 Rfe8 21. h3
Rf8 22. a4 Be8 23. Qd2 Kh7 24. f4 exf4 25. Bxf4 Nd7
26. Nge2 Nxe2 27. Nxe2 Ne5 28. Bc2 Bd7 29. Rf2 Qd8 30. Rbf1
Qe7 31. Nc1 b6 32. Nd3 f6 33. Qe1 Rae8 34. Qb1 Bc8 35. Bd2
Nf7 36. Bc3 Ne5 37. Qc1 h5 38. Bd2 Rf7 39. Nxe5 dxe5
40. Be3 Qd6 41. Bd3 Ref8 42. Bd2 Bd7 43. Rf3 Be8 44. Bc2
Bd7 45. Re1 Bc8 46. Bd3 Bd7 47. Bb1 Bc8 48. Ref1 Bd7
49. R3f2 Bc8 50. Bc2 Bd7 51. Bd3 Bc8 52. Kg1 Bd7 53. Rf3
Bc8 54. Bc2 Bd7 55. Re1 Bc8 56. Re2 Bd7 57. Ref2 Bc8
58. Kh1 Bd7 59. Re2 Bc8 60. Bb1 Bd7 61. Ref2 Bc8 62. Be3
Bd7 63. Rf1 Bc8 64. Bd3 Bd7 65. Bg5 Bc8 66. Bd2 Bd7 67. Bb1
Bc8 68. Be3 Bd7 69. Bd3 Bc8 70. Bc2 Bd7 71. Bd2 Bc8 72. Rg1
Bd7 73. Bb1 Bc8 74. Bd3 Qd8 75. Rgf1 Qd6 76. Kg1 Bd7
77. R3f2 Bc8 78. Be3 Bd7 79. Be2 Rh8 80. Qd2 Kg8 81. Bd3
Kh7 82. Rf3 Rhf8 83. Qf2 Bh6 84. Bxh6 Kxh6 85. Qd2+ Kh7
86. Bb1 Bc8 87. Bc2 Bd7 88. Qd1 Kg7 89. Bd3 Rh8 90. R1f2
Rh6 91. Rg3 Bc8 92. Rf1 Bd7 93. Re3 Bc8 94. Rf2 Bd7 95. Re1
Bc8 96. Qd2 Bd7 97. Bc2 Bc8 98. Bd1 Bd7 99. Ref1 Bc8
100. Rf3 Bd7 101. Be2 Bc8 102. Re3 Bd7 103. Rf2 Bc8
104. Ref3 Bd7 105. h4 Bc8 106. Rg3 Bd7 107. Kf1 Bc8
108. Ke1 Bd7 109. Qe3 Rh8 110. Rf1 Kh7 111. Kd2 Rhf8
112. Kc1 Bc8 113. Kb2 Qe7 114. Rg1 Qd6 115. Qc3 f5
116. exf5 Rxf5 117. Re3 Rf2 118. Ka3 Qf6 119. Bf3 Re8
120. g4 hxg4 121. Bxg4 Bxg4 122. Rxg4 Rf4 123. Rxf4 Qxf4
124. h5 gxh5 125. d6 e4 126. Rh3 Qf5 127. Rh1 Rg8 128. Qa1
Rf8 129. Rd1 Qf4 130. d7 Rd8 131. Rf1 Qg5 132. Rg1 Qe7
133. Qf1 Qe6 134. Qg2 Rxd7 135. Qg5 Qe8 136. Rh1 Rd6
137. Rxh5+ Qxh5 138. Qxh5+ Kg7 139. Qe5+ Rf6 140. Qxe4 Kf7
141. Qh7+ Ke8 142. Qg8+ Ke7 143. Qg7+ Ke6 144. Qb7 Kf5
145. Qd5+ Kf4 146. Kb2 1-0

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Re: Nakamura vs Stockfish, public match 8/23

Post by lucasart » Sun Aug 24, 2014 7:35 am

Jack Lad wrote:[d] 4r3/7k/1p1P4/p1p2q1p/P1P1p3/KPQ5/8/7R b - - 3 127
Black needed to play Rf8 here inorder to have any chance of holding the draw.
It's already too late. Black is lost here, and neither Rf8, nor Rg8, nor Qf3 can save the day (among other possibilities).
Theory and practice sometimes clash. And when that happens, theory loses. Every single time.

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Re: Nakamura vs Stockfish, public match 8/23

Post by styx » Sun Aug 24, 2014 11:04 am

what a pity the coverage of this event is awful. all i know is, that SF won 3:1

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Re: Nakamura vs Stockfish, public match 8/23

Post by Tord Romstad » Sun Aug 24, 2014 11:08 am

Wow, very interesting match. Thanks for making this happen, Jesse! Thanks also to everybody else who made this possible, not least Hikaru Nakamura himself, who must have had a tremendously exhausting day. I think he would have done better at a more relaxed rate of one game per day.

I don't follow computer chess news as closely as usual right now, and almost missed this match entirely. I wasn't even aware of this event until midway through the second game, and unfortunately I had to go to sleep by the end of the third game. This morning, I was surprised to wake up and discover that the entire world seemed to have grown tired of the match by the halfway point, and that there was hardly any information to be found about the last two games. Even now, eight hours or so after the end of the final game, the final result of the match is quite hard to find on the Internet, including this message board. For those who still don't know, it appears that SF won by 3-1, winning the second and fourth games. I still haven't been able to find the moves of the last two games.

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Re: Nakamura vs Stockfish, public match 8/23

Post by Mike S. » Sun Aug 24, 2014 11:43 am

Someone has posted the last (? I'm not sure) game in a Facebook comment: https://www.facebook.com/events/312975918877354/

[pgn][Event "?"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2014.08.23"]
[Round "4"]
[White "Nakamura"]
[Black "Stockfish"]
[Result "0-1"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "rnbqkbnr/p1pppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPPPPP/RNBQKBNR w KQkq - 0 1"]
[PlyCount "194"]

1. e4 Bb7 2. Nc3 e6 3. a3 c5 4. Nf3 Nf6 5. d3 Be7 6. g3 d5 7. exd5 Nxd5 8. Nxd5
Qxd5 9. Bg2 Nc6 10. O-O Nd4 11. Ne1 Qd7 12. c3 Bxg2 13. Nxg2 Nf5 14. Qe2 O-O
15. Ne3 Nxe3 16. Bxe3 Rfc8 17. Rfd1 Rab8 18. Rd2 Rb7 19. Rad1 Qd5 20. Rc2 Qc6
21. Qg4 Rd8 22. Rcd2 g6 23. Qe4 Rc8 24. Qxc6 Rxc6 25. Rc1 a6 26. Rcc2 Rd7 27.
Kf1 Kg7 28. Ke2 a5 29. a4 e5 30. Rd1 g5 31. g4 Kg6 32. h3 Rc8 33. f3 h5 34. Bf2
Rb7 35. Kf1 f6 36. Ra1 Rb3 37. Rd1 h4 38. Be1 Rcb8 39. Rdd2 Rd8 40. Ke2 Bd6 41.
Kd1 Rc8 42. Re2 Rd8 43. Rcd2 Bc7 44. Bf2 Bd6 45. Kc1 Kf7 46. Kb1 Rdb8 47. Ka2
R3b7 48. Re4 Rd7 49. Rc4 Rc7 50. Rc2 Ke6 51. Re4 Rcb7 52. d4 cxd4 53. Bxd4 Rd7
54. Be3 Bc7 55. Rc4 Rd3 56. Re2 Bd8 57. Re1 Kd7 58. Re2 Ke6 59. Rc5 Rb6 60. Rc8
Rbd6 61. c4 Kd7 62. Ra8 Rc6 63. c5 Rc8 64. Ra7+ Ke6 65. Re1 Rb8 66. Ra6+ Ke7
67. c6 Kd6 68. Rc1 Bc7 69. Bc5+ Ke6 70. Ra7 Rc8 71. Rb7 Bd8 72. Ba3 Bc7 73. Rb3
Rd4 74. Bc5 Rxa4+ 75. Kb1 Rf4 76. Rd1 Rc4 77. Rb5 Rd8 78. Rxd8 Bxd8 79. b3 Rc3
80. Kb2 Rxf3 81. Rb7 Kd5 82. c7 Bxc7 83. Rxc7 Rxh3 84. Bb6 Rg3 85. Bxa5 Rxg4
86. Rh7 Rg2+ 87. Kc3 Rg3+ 88. Kc2 h3 89. b4 Kc4 90. Rc7+ Kb5 91. Rb7+ Ka4 92.
Bd8 g4 93. Rh7 Rf3 94. Kd2 Kxb4 95. Ke2 Kc4 96. Rh6 f5 97. Bc7 Kd5 0-1[/pgn]

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[Event "?"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2014.08.23"]
[Round "4"]
[White "Nakamura"]
[Black "Stockfish"]
[Result "0-1"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "rnbqkbnr/p1pppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPPPPP/RNBQKBNR w KQkq - 0 1"]
[PlyCount "194"]

1. e4 Bb7 2. Nc3 e6 3. a3 c5 4. Nf3 Nf6 5. d3 Be7 6. g3 d5 7. exd5 Nxd5 8. Nxd5
Qxd5 9. Bg2 Nc6 10. O-O Nd4 11. Ne1 Qd7 12. c3 Bxg2 13. Nxg2 Nf5 14. Qe2 O-O
15. Ne3 Nxe3 16. Bxe3 Rfc8 17. Rfd1 Rab8 18. Rd2 Rb7 19. Rad1 Qd5 20. Rc2 Qc6
21. Qg4 Rd8 22. Rcd2 g6 23. Qe4 Rc8 24. Qxc6 Rxc6 25. Rc1 a6 26. Rcc2 Rd7 27.
Kf1 Kg7 28. Ke2 a5 29. a4 e5 30. Rd1 g5 31. g4 Kg6 32. h3 Rc8 33. f3 h5 34. Bf2
Rb7 35. Kf1 f6 36. Ra1 Rb3 37. Rd1 h4 38. Be1 Rcb8 39. Rdd2 Rd8 40. Ke2 Bd6 41.
Kd1 Rc8 42. Re2 Rd8 43. Rcd2 Bc7 44. Bf2 Bd6 45. Kc1 Kf7 46. Kb1 Rdb8 47. Ka2
R3b7 48. Re4 Rd7 49. Rc4 Rc7 50. Rc2 Ke6 51. Re4 Rcb7 52. d4 cxd4 53. Bxd4 Rd7
54. Be3 Bc7 55. Rc4 Rd3 56. Re2 Bd8 57. Re1 Kd7 58. Re2 Ke6 59. Rc5 Rb6 60. Rc8
Rbd6 61. c4 Kd7 62. Ra8 Rc6 63. c5 Rc8 64. Ra7+ Ke6 65. Re1 Rb8 66. Ra6+ Ke7
67. c6 Kd6 68. Rc1 Bc7 69. Bc5+ Ke6 70. Ra7 Rc8 71. Rb7 Bd8 72. Ba3 Bc7 73. Rb3
Rd4 74. Bc5 Rxa4+ 75. Kb1 Rf4 76. Rd1 Rc4 77. Rb5 Rd8 78. Rxd8 Bxd8 79. b3 Rc3
80. Kb2 Rxf3 81. Rb7 Kd5 82. c7 Bxc7 83. Rxc7 Rxh3 84. Bb6 Rg3 85. Bxa5 Rxg4
86. Rh7 Rg2+ 87. Kc3 Rg3+ 88. Kc2 h3 89. b4 Kc4 90. Rc7+ Kb5 91. Rb7+ Ka4 92.
Bd8 g4 93. Rh7 Rf3 94. Kd2 Kxb4 95. Ke2 Kc4 96. Rh6 f5 97. Bc7 Kd5 0-1
Regards, Mike

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Re: Nakamura vs Stockfish, public match 8/23

Post by Leto » Sun Aug 24, 2014 11:59 am

I think Nakamura played for over 10 hours yesterday, against an opponent that doesn't make any obvious errors. Must have been torture for Nakamura. Here are the results:
Game 1: Draw
Game 2: Stockfish won
Game 3: Draw
Game 4: Stockfish won
final score Stockfish 3 - Nakamura 1
Here's a stream of a portion of the second game, and the final two games commentated live by a NM I think. http://www.twitch.tv/zugaddict/b/561225791

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