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Re: Rhetoric 1.4.1 available

Post by asanjuan » Tue Sep 23, 2014 9:49 am

MagnersCarlsbergsen wrote:Chess engines lack a certain elegance to their moves, because they're engines, not humans, and don't have the capacity to be as strategic. They may appear strategic, but that's only through brute-force calculation.

Of course it's impossible because it's an engine, but Rhetoric's moves appear to have that human element to them; they have that elegance and fluidity to them.

Of course it opens more avenues for analysis of my own games, but even more so, just watching the games of Rhetoric is fulfilling.

Can't love this engine anymore.
Hi all,

I would like to see one of Rhetoric's games, highlighting some move that has surprised you. I would like to publish it on my web page, in the "style" section.

Can anyone provide me an example? Since I'm a weak player, my own games aren't suited for this purpose, I am easily crushed by Rhetoric game after game and I feel that all of you are better players than me.

Thanks in advance

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Re: Rhetorics victory against komodo 8 fantastic style

Post by Henryval » Tue Sep 23, 2014 10:37 am

hi alberto,

You asked for games to show the style of rhetoric

14/14 ply against komodo 8

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[Event "joecoach-PC, 14 Ply / 14 Ply"]
[Site "joecoach-PC"]
[Date "2014.09.23"]
[Round "3"]
[White "Rhetoric 1.4.1 x64"]
[Black "Komodo 8 64-bit"]
[ECO "E05"]
[Result "1-0"]

1. c4 {0.00/0 0s} e6 {0.00/0 0s} 2. g3 {0.00/0 0s} d5 
{0.00/0 0s} 3. Bg2 {0.00/0 0s} Nf6 {0.00/0 0s} 4. d4 
{0.00/0 0s} Be7 {0.00/0 0s} 5. Nf3 {0.00/0 0s} O-O {0.00/0 
0s} 6. O-O {0.00/0 0s} dxc4 {0.00/0 0s} 7. Ne5 {0.00/0 0s} 
c5 {0.00/0 0s} 8. dxc5 {0.00/0 0s} Qc7 {0.00/0 0s} 9. Nxc4 
{0.00/0 0s} Qxc5 {0.00/0 0s} 10. b3 {0.00/0 0s} Rd8 {0.00/0 
0s} 11. Nbd2 {0.00/0 0s } Nc6 {0.00/0 0s} 12. Ba3 {0.00/0 
0s} Nb4 {0.00/0 0s} 13. Bb2 {0.00/0 0s Beide letzter 
Buchzug} Qc7 {-0.36/14 2s} 14. a3 {+0.60/14 6s (Se5)} Nc6 
{-0.40/14 1s} 15. Rc1 {+0.60/14 1s (Dc2)} Bd7 {-0.41/14 2s 
(a5)} 16. e4 {+0.95/14 11s (b4)} Be8 {-0.57/14 2s (e5)} 
17. e5 {+1.15/14 3s} Nd7 {-0.73/14 1s} 18. b4 {+1.25/14 6s} 
a6 {-0.71/14 1s (f5)} 19. Re1 {+1.36/14 8s (Db3)} Nb6 
{-0.66/14 2s (f5)} 20. Qg4 {+1.55/14 5s (De2)} Rd7 
{-0.98/14 4s (Sxc4)} 21. Ne4 {+1.70/14 9s (Sxb6)} Nxc4 
{-0.82/14 2s} 22. Nf6+ {+1.72/14 8s (Txc4)} Kh8 {-0.71/14 
0s (Lxf6)} 23. Rxc4 {+5.16/14 1:14m (Sxe8)} Rad8 {-2.34/14 
2s (Dxe5)} 24. Qh5 {+12.14/14 15s (Sxd7)} h6 {-3.81/14 1s 
(Lxf6) resigns} 25. Rg4 {Mate in 8} 1-0
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Re: Rhetorics victory against komodo 8 fantastic style

Post by Guenther » Tue Sep 23, 2014 10:45 am

Henryval wrote:hi alberto,

You asked for games to show the style of rhetoric

14/14 ply against komodo 8

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[Event "joecoach-PC, 14 Ply / 14 Ply"]
[Site "joecoach-PC"]
[Date "2014.09.23"]
[Round "3"]
[White "Rhetoric 1.4.1 x64"]
[Black "Komodo 8 64-bit"]
[ECO "E05"]
[Result "1-0"]

1. c4 {0.00/0 0s} e6 {0.00/0 0s} 2. g3 {0.00/0 0s} d5 
{0.00/0 0s} 3. Bg2 {0.00/0 0s} Nf6 {0.00/0 0s} 4. d4 
{0.00/0 0s} Be7 {0.00/0 0s} 5. Nf3 {0.00/0 0s} O-O {0.00/0 
0s} 6. O-O {0.00/0 0s} dxc4 {0.00/0 0s} 7. Ne5 {0.00/0 0s} 
c5 {0.00/0 0s} 8. dxc5 {0.00/0 0s} Qc7 {0.00/0 0s} 9. Nxc4 
{0.00/0 0s} Qxc5 {0.00/0 0s} 10. b3 {0.00/0 0s} Rd8 {0.00/0 
0s} 11. Nbd2 {0.00/0 0s } Nc6 {0.00/0 0s} 12. Ba3 {0.00/0 
0s} Nb4 {0.00/0 0s} 13. Bb2 {0.00/0 0s Beide letzter 
Buchzug} Qc7 {-0.36/14 2s} 14. a3 {+0.60/14 6s (Se5)} Nc6 
{-0.40/14 1s} 15. Rc1 {+0.60/14 1s (Dc2)} Bd7 {-0.41/14 2s 
(a5)} 16. e4 {+0.95/14 11s (b4)} Be8 {-0.57/14 2s (e5)} 
17. e5 {+1.15/14 3s} Nd7 {-0.73/14 1s} 18. b4 {+1.25/14 6s} 
a6 {-0.71/14 1s (f5)} 19. Re1 {+1.36/14 8s (Db3)} Nb6 
{-0.66/14 2s (f5)} 20. Qg4 {+1.55/14 5s (De2)} Rd7 
{-0.98/14 4s (Sxc4)} 21. Ne4 {+1.70/14 9s (Sxb6)} Nxc4 
{-0.82/14 2s} 22. Nf6+ {+1.72/14 8s (Txc4)} Kh8 {-0.71/14 
0s (Lxf6)} 23. Rxc4 {+5.16/14 1:14m (Sxe8)} Rad8 {-2.34/14 
2s (Dxe5)} 24. Qh5 {+12.14/14 15s (Sxd7)} h6 {-3.81/14 1s 
(Lxf6) resigns} 25. Rg4 {Mate in 8} 1-0
Not that it questions to show Rhetorics style in the given game,
but still a bit nitpicking.
You know that one mans ply is another mans lie?
IOW it gives no fair match to just set the same depth - look
at the move times! If you know this no problem...

Guenther

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Re: What a checkmate by Rhetoric!

Post by MagnersCarlsbergsen » Tue Sep 23, 2014 10:51 am

Pitted my friend against Rhetoric just now. He's rated around 1800.

Look at this beautiful checkmate in 26 moves! Knight sacrifice at 15. Kxd5 blew the game open, but highlight has moves 25 and 26. Black thought he had won the game and then that checkmate came out of nowhere.

Here's a link to view the game online and I've also pasted the PGN.

http://chessmicrobase.com/g/ncju1dqr

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[Event ""]
[Site ""]
[Date "2014.09.23"]
[Round ""]
[White "Rhetoric"]
[Black "DiegoUruguay"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "D02"]
[Opening "Reti: 1...d5"]

1. Nf3 d5 2. d4 e6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. e3 c5 5. Be2 Nc6 6. O-O Be7 7. a4 O-O 8. a5
Nxa5 9. b3 Nc6 10. Bb2 Bd7 11. Ne5 Be8 12. Qd3 Nxe5 13. dxe5 Nd7 14. f4 f5 15.
Nxd5 exd5 16. Qxd5+ Kh8 17. Qxb7 Qb6 18. Qxa8 Bh5 19. Qd5 Bxe2 20. Qxd7 Bxf1
21. Qxe7 Rd8 22. Rxa7 Rg8 23. Qxg7+ Rxg7 24. Ra8+ Rg8 25. e6#  1-0
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Re: What a checkmate by Rhetoric!

Post by MagnersCarlsbergsen » Tue Sep 23, 2014 10:54 am

MagnersCarlsbergsen wrote:Pitted my friend against Rhetoric just now. He's rated around 1800.

Look at this beautiful checkmate in 26 moves! Knight sacrifice at 15. Kxd5 blew the game open, but highlight has moves 25 and 26. Black thought he had won the game and then that checkmate came out of nowhere.

Here's a link to view the game online and I've also pasted the PGN.

http://chessmicrobase.com/g/ncju1dqr

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[Event ""]
[Site ""]
[Date "2014.09.23"]
[Round ""]
[White "Rhetoric"]
[Black "DiegoUruguay"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "D02"]
[Opening "Reti: 1...d5"]

1. Nf3 d5 2. d4 e6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. e3 c5 5. Be2 Nc6 6. O-O Be7 7. a4 O-O 8. a5
Nxa5 9. b3 Nc6 10. Bb2 Bd7 11. Ne5 Be8 12. Qd3 Nxe5 13. dxe5 Nd7 14. f4 f5 15.
Nxd5 exd5 16. Qxd5+ Kh8 17. Qxb7 Qb6 18. Qxa8 Bh5 19. Qd5 Bxe2 20. Qxd7 Bxf1
21. Qxe7 Rd8 22. Rxa7 Rg8 23. Qxg7+ Rxg7 24. Ra8+ Rg8 25. e6#  1-0
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Note also this was a 3m blitz game!

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Re: Rhetorics victory against komodo 8 fantastic style

Post by asanjuan » Tue Sep 23, 2014 11:36 am

Guenther wrote:
Not that it questions to show Rhetorics style in the given game,
but still a bit nitpicking.
You know that one mans ply is another mans lie?
IOW it gives no fair match to just set the same depth - look
at the move times! If you know this no problem...

Guenther
I don't think Keelan is saying that Rhetoric is stronger than komodo in any way. But looking at the game, and the time being used by each engine, it is surprising that Rhetoric could win the game , even with that time usage.

Earlier tests at home, using time odds against houdini 1.5 in a relation of 10 to 1 favoring Rhetoric, Rhetoric wasn't able to win a single game. So taking into account that K8 is stronger than houdini 1.5, this game is a real surprise, and we can conclude that is a dangerous opponent when it sees a king attack.

Simply it is attracting to see it winning against a Top engine.
Take it easy.

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Re: Just now Rethoric 1.4.1 plays in a triple test !

Post by Sylwy » Tue Sep 23, 2014 11:55 am

The 32-bit version, of course ! :lol:

The result: on Saturday evening (this week - it is a 4'+2" tournament) !

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Re: Rhetorics victory against Komodo 8, fantastic style.

Post by Ajedrecista » Tue Sep 23, 2014 12:04 pm

Hello:

A reason could be the fixed depth. I do not know how depths compare between these two engines, but I put an example I know better: SF and Rybka. There is no doubt that SF 5 is much stronger than Rybka 4.1 (probably 150 Elo in single core and blitz). Well, let us play a fixed depth match (depth 14 for example, like in the game of this thread) and I bet that the difference will be reduced significantly.

By the way, congrats to Alberto and good luck in Graham's tournaments! ;)

Regards from Spain.

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Re: Rhetoric 1.4.1 available

Post by Thomas Lagershausen » Tue Sep 23, 2014 2:17 pm

@ Alberto

Many thanks for your project "Rhetoric"

i like the approach with the setting 50% material.

But Rhetoric has one big disadvantage.

It uses only one core.

Why didn´t you use Fruit reloaded as your basic?

http://www.chessprogramming.net/fruit-reloaded/

It has mp-support.

A very import thing in the 21 century.

Keep the fire burning.
TL

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Re: Rhetoric 1.4.1 available

Post by Thomas Lagershausen » Tue Sep 23, 2014 2:54 pm

One further thing.

It looks like that Rhetroic has problems with pawnpromotion.

It hangs on in this game under Arena 3.04

[Event "Rhetoric"]
[Site "BOBBY"]
[Date "2014.09.23"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Rhetoric 1.41x64 Positionel"]
[Black "Zarkov 4.7"]
[Result "*"]
[BlackElo "2500"]
[ECO "D30"]
[Opening "Damengambit"]
[Time "14:28:05"]
[Variation "3.Nf3 Nf6 4.Bg5 Be7 5.e3"]
[WhiteElo "2600"]
[TimeControl "40/3600:40/2400:40/900"]
[Termination "unterminated"]
[PlyCount "98"]
[WhiteType "program"]
[BlackType "program"]

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 d5 4. Bg5 Be7 5. e3 Nbd7 6. cxd5 Nxd5 7. Bxe7
Qxe7 {(Dd8xe7 e3-e4 Sd5-f6 Sb1-c3 O-O e4-e5 Sf6-d5 Ta1-c1 Sd5xc3 Tc1xc3
Sd7-b6 Lf1-d3) -0.31/13 63} 8. e4 {(e3-e4 Sd5-b6 e4-e5 Sb6-d5 Sb1-c3 Sd7-b6
Lf1-d3 Lc8-d7 O-O O-O-O Sc3xd5 Sb6xd5 Ta1-c1 Sd5-b4 Dd1-b3 Sb4xd3 Db3xd3
Ld7-c6 Tc1-c4) +0.55/20 109} N5f6 {(Sd5-f6 Sb1-c3 O-O) -0.22/13 16} 9. e5
{(e4-e5 Sf6-d5 Sb1-c3 Sd7-b6 a2-a4 a7-a5 Lf1-d3 O-O O-O Lc8-d7 Dd1-c2 g7-g6
Tf1-c1 Ta8-d8 Sc3-e4 Ld7-c6 Dc2-d1 f7-f5 e5xf6/ep Sd5xf6) +0.41/19 109} Nd5
{(Sf6-d5 Dd1-d2 b7-b6 Lf1-b5 Lc8-b7 O-O O-O Sb1-c3 Ta8-d8) -0.15/13 132}
10. Nc3 {(Sb1-c3 Sd5xc3 b2xc3 b7-b6 Lf1-d3 Lc8-b7 Ta1-b1 O-O O-O) +0.41/19
0} Nxc3 {(Sd5xc3 b2xc3 b7-b6 Lf1-d3 Lc8-b7 O-O c7-c5 a2-a4 Ta8-c8 a4-a5
c5xd4 c3xd4) -0.01/13 128} 11. bxc3 {(b2xc3 b7-b6 Lf1-d3 Lc8-b7 O-O O-O
Tf1-e1 Ta8-d8 Dd1-e2 c7-c5) +0.41/19 0} b6 {(b7-b6 Ta1-c1 Lc8-b7 Lf1-c4 O-O
O-O c7-c5 Dd1-e2 Ta8-c8 Tf1-d1 Tf8-d8 De2-e3) +0.01/13 158} 12. Bd3
{(Lf1-d3 Lc8-b7 O-O O-O Tf1-e1 c7-c5 a2-a4 Tf8-d8 a4-a5 g7-g6 Ld3-e4 Lb7xe4
Te1xe4 b6-b5 Dd1-b3 c5xd4 Te4xd4 Sd7-c5 Db3xb5 Ta8-b8 Db5-c4 Td8xd4 Sc3xd4)
+0.41/19 0} Bb7 {(Lc8-b7 O-O O-O Sf3-d2 c7-c5 f2-f4 c5xd4 c3xd4 De7-b4
Sd2-b3 Ta8-c8 Ta1-c1) -0.04/13 125} 13. O-O {(O-O O-O a2-a4 a7-a5 Tf1-e1
Ta8-d8 Ta1-b1 f7-f5 e5xf6/ep Tf8xf6 Te1-e3 Td8-f8 d4-d5 Lb7xd5 Kg8xh7
Dd1xd5 Sd7-c5 Dd5-g5 Kh7-g8) +0.41/19 0} O-O {(O-O Sf3-d2 c7-c5 Dd1-h5
g7-g6 Dh5-h3 c5xd4 c3xd4 Ta8-c8 Ta1-c1 f7-f5 f2-f4) -0.10/12 123} 14. a4
{(a2-a4 c7-c5 a4-a5 c5xd4 c3xd4 Tf8-d8 Dd1-e2 Ta8-c8) +0.41/19 0} c5
{(c7-c5 Sf3-d2 Lb7-d5 Sd2-c4 f7-f6 f2-f4 c5xd4 c3xd4 f6xe5) +0.04/12 126}
15. a5 {(Tf8-d8 Dd1-e2 Ta8-c8 Tf1-b1 g7-g6 Ld3-a6 Lb7xa6 De2xa6 c5xd4 c3xd4
Sd7-b8 Da6-d3 b6-a5 Ta1xa5 Sb8-c6 Ta5-a4 a7-a5) +0.41/19 0} cxd4 {(c5xd4
c3xd4 De7-d8 Ld3-e2 b6xa5 Dd1-d2 f7-f6 Ta1xa5 f6xe5 Sf3xe5 Sd7xe5) +0.06/11
121} 16. cxd4 {(c3xd4 Tf8-d8 Dd1-e2 Ta8-c8 Tf1-b1) +0.40/20 135} Qd8
{(De7-d8 Ld3-e2 Lb7-d5) 0.00/11 0} 17. Qe2 {(Dd1-e2 g7-g6 Ld3-e4 Lb7xe4)
+0.76/19 135} bxa5 {(b6xa5 Ld3-e4 Lb7xe4 De2xe4 Ta8-b8 De4-c6 Tb8-b6 Dc6-a4
Tb6-a6 Tf1-c1 f7-f6) +0.32/12 125} 18. Rfb1 {(Tf1-b1 Lb7xf3 De2xf3 Ta8-b8
Tb1xb8 Dd8xb8 Ta1xa5 Tf8-c8 Ta5-a1 Db8-b2 Df3-d1 g7-g6 Ld3-f1 Tc8-c7 Ta1-b1
Db2-c3 Lf1-e2) +0.49/19 135} Nb6 {(Sd7-b6 Ta1xa5 Lb7xf3 De2xf3 Dd8xd4
Tb1-d1 f7-f5 Df3-c6 Ta8-e8 Ld3-e2 Dd4-b2) +0.27/13 155} 19. Rxa5 {(Ta1xa5
g7-g6 Ld3-e4) +0.67/20 135} Bxf3 {(Lb7xf3 De2xf3 Dd8xd4) +0.30/13 0} 20.
Qxf3 {(De2xf3 g7-g6 Df3-f4 Sb6-d5 Df4-d2 Dd8-h4 Ld3-a6 Sd5-f4 La6-b7 Ta8-b8
Dd2-e3 Dh4-g5 g2-g3 Sf4-h3+ Kg1-f1 Dg5xe3 f2xe3 Tf8-d8 Kf1-e1 Sh3-g5
Ta5xa7) +0.84/19 135} Qxd4 {(Dd8xd4 Tb1-d1 Dd4-h4) +0.30/12 21} 21. Rd1
{(Tb1-d1 Dd4-h4 g2-g3 Dh4-h6 Ld3-e4 Ta8-c8 Ta5xa7 Sb6-c4 Df3-e2 Sc4xe5
f2-f4 Se5-g6 Ta7-d7 e6-e5 f4-f5 Sg6-f4 g3xf4 e5xf4 f5-f6 Tc8-c3 f6xg7)
+0.74/19 135} Qh4 {(Dd4-h4 Td1-b1 Dh4-d8) +0.24/12 27} 22. g3 {(g2-g3
Dh4-h6 h2-h4 Tf8-d8 Ld3-e4 Td8xd1+ Df3xd1 Ta8-c8 f2-f4 Sb6-d5 Dd1-d2 a7-a6
Ta5xa6 g7-g6 Kg1-h2 Dh6-h5 Ta6-d6 Dh5-g4 Le4xd5 e6xd5 Td6xd5) +0.67/18 100}
Qe7 {(Dh4-e7 Td1-a1 De7-c7 Df3-e3 Tf8-c8 Ta5-a6 Tc8-e8 Ta1-c1 Dc7-e7 De3-e4
g7-g6 f2-f4) +0.27/13 169} 23. Rda1 {(Td1-a1 g7-g6 Df3-f4 Ta8-d8 Ta5xa7
Td8-d7 Ta7xd7 De7xd7 Ld3-e2 Sb6-d5 Df4-d4 Tf8-c8 Ta1-d1 Tc8-d8 Td1-c1
Td8-c8 Tc1-a1 Tc8-c3 Ta1-a7 Dd7-d8) +0.22/18 137} Qc7 {(De7-c7 Df3-e3
Tf8-c8 Ta5-a6 Dc7-c3 Ta6-a3 Dc3-c5 Ta3xa7 Dc5xe3) +0.25/13 26} 24. Qf4
{(Df3-f4 Sb6-d5 Df4-g5 Tf8-d8 Ta5xa7 h7-h6 Dg5xd8+ Ta8xd8 Ta7xc7 Sd5xc7
Ld3-e4 Td8-d4 Le4-f3 g7-g6 h2-h4 Sc7-d5 Ta1-a7 h6-h5 Ta7-d7 Kg8-g7 Kg1-g2)
+0.29/18 137} f5 {(f7-f5 Ld3-f1 Tf8-f7 Df4-e3 Tf7-d7 Ta5-a6 Ta8-b8)
+0.51/12 138} 25. Bf1 {(Ld3-f1 Dc7-c3 Ta5-a3 Dc3-c5 Lf1-g2 Ta8-c8 Ta3xa7
Tf8-f7 Ta7-a5 Dc5-c3 Ta5-a6 Dc3-b2 Df4-e3 Sb6-c4 De3-e1 f5-f4 Ta1-b1 Db2-d4
Ta6xe6 f4xg3 h2xg3) +0.52/19 137} Rf7 {(Tf8-f7 Df4-e3 Ta8-b8) +0.49/13 0}
26. Rc1 {(Ta1-c1 Dc7-e7 Tc1-c6 Ta8-d8 Ta5-a1 De7-e8 Tc6-d6 Td8-c8 Df4-d2
Tf7-d7 Ta1-a6 Td7-e7) +0.64/21 137} Qe7 {(Dc7-e7 Tc1-c6 Ta8-c8 Tc6-d6 g7-g6
Df4-d2 f5-f4 Lf1-b5 Sb6-c4 Lb5xc4 Tc8xc4 Td6-d8+) +0.61/12 142} 27. Rc6
{(Ta8-d8) +0.64/21 0} Rd8 {(Ta8-d8 Df4-e3 f5-f4 De3-e1 f4xg3 h2xg3 Td8-c8
Tc6xc8+ Sb6xc8 f2-f4 De7-d8) +0.56/12 139} 28. Ra1 {(Ta5-a1 De7-e8)
+0.64/21 0} Qe8 {(De7-e8 Df4-f3 Td8-c8 Tc6-d6 Sb6-c4 Lf1xc4 Tc8xc4 Ta1-d1
Tf7-f8 Df3-b3 De8-c8) +0.69/12 138} 29. Rd6 {(Tc6-d6 Td8-c8 Tf7-c7 Lf1-a6
Tc8-b8 Df4-h4 Tc7-d7 Dh4-d4 Td7-c7 La6-f1 Tb8-c8 Dd4-a1 De8-e7 Lf1-a6)
+0.64/21 9} Rxd6 {(Td8xd6 e5xd6 e6-e5 Df4-b4 e5-e4 Ta1-d1 De8-d7 Lf1-b5
Dd7-d8 Db4-d2 Kg8-f8 Dd2-c3) +0.44/12 169} 30. exd6 {(e5xd6 e6-e5 Df4-b4
De8-e6 Lf1-b5 De6-d5 d6-d7 e5-e4 Db4-c3 Tf7xd7 Lb5xd7 Dd5xd7 h2-h3 h7-h5
Ta1-a5 h5-h4 Ta5-c5 Dd7-d1+ Kg1-g2 h4xg3 Tc5-c7 Sb6-d7 Dc3-e3) +1.23/19 79}
e5 {(e6-e5 Df4-b4 e5-e4) +0.29/12 82} 31. Qb4 {(Df4-b4 De8-e6 Ta1-a6 Tf7-b7
Db4-c5 h7-h6 Lf1-b5 Kg8-h7 Dc5-c6 De6-f7 Dc6-e8 Df7xe8 Lb5xe8 Sb6-d7 Kg1-g2
f5-f4 Le8xd7 Tb7xd7 g3xf4 e5xf4 Kg2-f3) +1.46/20 83} f4 {(f5-f4 Lf1-h3
f4xg3 h2xg3 Kg8-h8 Ta1-e1 Tf7-f8 Db4-c5 De8-f7 Te1xe5 Sb6-d7) -0.07/12 347}
32. Bh3 {(Lf1-h3 e5-e4 Db4-b3 e4-e3 Lh3-e6 e3-e2 g3xf4 Kg8-f8 Db3-e3 Tf7-f6
f4-f5 a7-a5 Ta1-c1 De8-d8 De3-d2 a5-a4 d6-d7 Sb6xd7 Le6xd7 a4-a3 Tc1-c8
Dd8xc8 Dd2-b4+ Kf8-g8 Ld7xc8) +1.72/19 194} Kh8 {(Kg8-h8 Ta1-e1 f4xg3)
-0.40/11 41} 33. Re1 {(Ta1-e1 h7-h6 g3xf4 e5-e4 Te1xe4 De8-c6 Db4-d4 Tf7-f6
Te4-e6 Tf6xe6 Lh3xe6 Sb6-d7 Le6xd7 Dc6xd7 f4-f5 Kh8-g8 Dd4-d5+ Kg8-f8
Kg1-g2 a7-a6 Kg2-g1) +2.07/20 194} fxg3 {(f4xg3 h2xg3 h7-h6 Db4-c5 Sb6-d7
Dc5xa7 Sd7-f6 Da7-c5 e5-e4 Dc5-c8 De8xc8) -0.87/11 74} 34. hxg3 {(h2xg3
h7-h6 Db4-c5 Sb6-d7 Dc5xa7) +2.43/21 194} h6 {(h7-h6 Db4-c5 e5-e4) -1.00/12
0} 35. Qc5 {(Db4-c5 Sb6-d7 Dc5xa7 Sd7-f6 Da7-c5 Tf7-b7 Dc5-c7 De8-b8 Te1-c1
Tb7-b1 Tc1xb1 Db8xb1+ Kg1-g2 Db1-e4+ Kg2-h2 De4-f3 Dc7-c2 g7-g6 Dc2xg6
Df3xf2+ Lh3-g2 e5-e4 d6-d7 Sf6xd7 Dg6xh6+ Kh8-g8 Dh6-e6+ Df2-f7 De6-g4+
Kg8-f8 Dg4xe4) +2.54/20 165} Nd7 {(Sb6-d7 Dc5xa7 Sd7-f6 Da7-e3 e5-e4 f2-f3
Tf7-b7 f3xe4 De8-h5 Lh3-f1 Tb7-b2 Lf1-e2) -1.15/12 0} 36. Qxa7 {(Dc5xa7
Sd7-f6 Da7-c5 e5-e4 Lh3-f5 De8-d8 Te1-c1 Tf7-f8 d6-d7 Sf6xd7 Lf5xd7 e4-e3
f2xe3 Dd8-f6 Dc5xf8+ Df6xf8 Tc1-c8 Df8xc8 Ld7xc8 g7-g6 e3-e4 Kh8-g7 e4-e5
Kg7-f7) +2.67/21 165} Nf6 {(Sd7-f6 Da7-c5 e5-e4) -1.52/13 118} 37. Qc5
{(Da7-c5 e5-e4 Lh3-f5 De8-b8 Lf5-e6 Tf7-b7 Te1-c1 Db8-e8 Dc5-c8 Tb7-b8
d6-d7 Sf6xd7 Dc8xe8+ Tb8xe8 Le6xd7 Te8-e5 Tc1-e1 g7-g6 Te1-e3 h6-h5 Ld7-c6
Kh8-g7 Kg1-g2 Kg7-f6 Lc6xe4) +2.52/21 47} Nd7 {(Sf6-d7 Dc5-c6 De8-d8 Lh3-e6
Sd7-b8 Dc6-d5 Tf7-f8 Te1xe5 Dd8-b6 Te5-f5 Tf8-d8 d6-d7) -1.86/13 85} 38.
Qc6 {(Dc5-c6 De8-d8 Lh3-e6 Sd7-b8 Dc6-d5 Tf7-f8) +2.96/22 261} Qd8 {(De8-d8
Dc6-c7 Dd8-f6) -2.27/14 0} 39. Be6 {(Lh3-e6 Sd7-b8 Dc6-c5 Tf7-f6 Te1xe5
Sb8-d7 Dc5-c7 Dd8-e8 Dc7xd7 De8xd7 Le6xd7 Tf6xd6 Te5-e8+ Kh8-h7 Ld7-f5+
g7-g6 Te8-e7+ Kh7-g8 Lf5-e4 Kg8-f8 Te7-b7 Td6-f6 f2-f3 Kf8-e8) +3.17/22
173} Nb8 {(Sd7-b8 Dc6-c5 Tf7-f8 d6-d7 Dd8-f6 Te1xe5 Tf8-d8 Dc5-c7 Sb8-a6
Dc7-d6 g7-g6 Te5-b5) -2.23/13 187} 40. Qc5 {(Dc6-c5 Tf7-f8 Te1xe5 Sb8-a6
Dc5-d4 Sa6-b8 Te5-f5 Tf8xf5 Sb8-d7 Dd4-e4 Sd7-f6 De4-e7 Dd8xe7 d6xe7 g7-g5
f2-f4 Kh8-g7 Tf5-e6 g5xf4 g3xf4 Kg7-g6 f4-f5+ Kg6-g7) +3.17/22 0} Rf6
{(Tf7-f6 Te1xe5 Sb8-a6 Dc5-c6 Sa6-b4 Dc6-c7 Dd8-a8 d6-d7 Tf6-f8 Te5-f5
Tf8-d8 Tf5-a5) -2.43/13 195} 41. Rxe5 {(Te1xe5 Sb8-d7 Dc5-c7 Dd8-e8 Dc7xd7
De8xd7 Le6xd7 Tf6xd6 Te5-e8+ Kh8-h7 Ld7-f5+ g7-g6 Te8-e7+ Kh7-g8 Lf5-e4
Kg8-f8 Te7-h7 Kf8-g8 Th7xh6 Kg8-g7 Th6-h4 Kg7-f6) +3.40/20 68} Na6 {(Sb8-a6
Dc5-c6 Sa6-b8) -3.14/13 27} 42. Qc6 {(Dc5-c6 Sa6-b8 Dc6-c7) +4.33/20 68}
Nb8 {(Sa6-b8 Dc6-c7 Dd8-f8 d6-d7 Sb8xd7 Dc7xd7 g7-g6 f2-f4) -3.78/13 23}
43. Qc7 {(Dc6-c7 Dd8-e8 d6-d7) +4.81/20 42} Rf8 {(Tf6-f8 Te5-f5 Sb8-a6)
-4.10/13 56} 44. Rf5 {(Te5-f5 Tf8-e8 Tf5-f7 Dd8xc7 d6xc7 g7-g5 Tf7-e7
Te8-f8 Kg1-g2 Sb8-a6 c7-c8D Tf8xc8 Le6xc8 Sa6-b4 Lc8-e6 Sb4-c6 Te7-d7 h6-h5
f2-f4 g5xf4 g3xf4 h5-h4 Kg2-h3) +5.55/21 69} Re8 {(Tf8-e8 Dc7-f7 Te8-g8
Df7xg8+ Dd8xg8 Le6xg8 Kh8xg8 Tf5-b5 Sb8-d7 Tb5-b7 Sd7-c5) -4.73/13 30} 45.
Rf7 {(Dd8xc7 d6xc7 g7-g5 Te8-f8 c7-c8D Tf8xc8 Le6xc8 Sb8-c6 Sc6-d4 Kh8-g7
h6-d6 Sd4-e2+ Kg1-g2 Se2-c3 Lc8-f5 Kg7-f7 d6-g6 Sc3-d5 Lf5-d3 Kf7-e7
Ld3-c4+ Sd5-f6 g6xg5) +5.55/21 36} Nc6 {(Sb8-c6 Le6-d7 Te8-e1+ Kg1-g2
Dd8xc7 d6xc7 Sc6-a7 Tf7-f8+ Kh8-h7 Tf8-a8 Te1-e7) -5.82/12 89} 46. Bd7
{(Le6-d7 Dd8xc7 d6xc7 Te8-e1+ Kg1-g2 Sc6-a7 Tf7-f8+ Kh8-h7 Ld7-f5+)
+7.20/19 70} Qxc7 {(Dd8xc7 d6xc7 Te8-e1+) -6.15/13 37} 47. dxc7 {(d6xc7
Te8-e1+ Kg1-h2 Sc6-a7 Tf7-f8+ Kh8-h7 Tf8-a8 Te1-e7 g7-g6 Ta8xa7 g6-f5)
+7.20/19 29} Re1+ {(Te8-e1+ Kg1-g2 Sc6-a7) -7.06/14 71} 48. Kg2 {(Kg1-g2
Sc6-a7 Tf7-f8+ Kh8-h7 Ld7-f5+ g7-g6 Tf8-a8 g6xf5 Ta8xa7 Te1-e7 Dc7-c8D
Te7xa7 Dc8xf5 Kh7-g7 Df5-e5 Kg7-h7 De5-e4+ Kh7-g8+ De4-g6 Kg8-f8 Dg6xh6
Ta7-g7 g3-g4 Kf8-f7 g4-g5 Tg7-g6 Dh6-h7 Tg6-g7 Dh7-f5 Kf7-g8 Df5-f6 Kg8-h7
Df6-h6 Kh7-g8 Dh6-e6) +7.20/19 0} Na7 {(Sc6-a7 Tf7-f8+ Kh8-h7 Ld7-f5+)
-7.14/14 101} 49. Rf8+ {(Tf7-f8+) +7.20/19 0} Kh7 {(Kh8-h7 Ld7-f5+ g7-g6)
-7.16/14 0} *

Sad news.
TL

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