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How to beat Komodo10 64-bit (12 threads).Man versus machine.

Post by Father » Mon May 23, 2016 5:38 pm

Mayo 23 / 2016

This is an example, about, " How to beat to the machine Komodo Komodo 10 64-bit (12 threads): 22.9 plies;

Man versus machine. "The battle to continue" " ..."

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Man Versus Macine




[Event "Partida evaluada, 5m + 0s"]
[Site "Sala de máquinas"]
[Date "2016.05.23"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Grand-Father"]
[Black "Cordo"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "D00"]
[WhiteElo "1756"]
[BlackElo "2534"]
[PlyCount "79"]
[EventDate "2016.05.23"]
[TimeControl "300"]

[pgn] 1. d4 {2} d5 {B 0} 2. e3 {1} Bf5 {-0.13/23 5} 3. c3 {1 (Ld3)} e6 {-0.31/23 5}
4. f4 {1 (Sf3)} Bd6 {-0.60/22 4} 5. Nf3 {1 (Ld3)} Nf6 {20} 6. Bd3 {-0.63/23 0}
O-O {-0.65/23 6} 7. O-O {4 (Lxf5)} c5 {-0.70/23 21} 8. Qe2 {3 (Lxf5)} Nc6 {-0.
73/21 20} 9. Re1 {3 (b3)} Rc8 {-0.83/20 4} 10. g3 {3 (Se5)} Re8 {-0.88/20 4}
11. Nbd2 {3} Qc7 {-0.63/23 19} 12. Kg2 {3} Rcd8 {-0.66/22 6} 13. Kg1 {3 (e4)}
h6 {-0.81/21 9} 14. Kg2 {5 (Se5)} Qc8 {-0.82/21 12} 15. Kg1 {3 (Lb1)} a6 {-0.
74/22 12} 16. a3 {4 (Se5)} Na5 {-0.71/24 10} 17. Nh4 {20 (Lb1)} c4 {-0.81/25 13
} 18. Bb1 {2} Be7 {-0.90/24 3} 19. Nhf3 {2 (a4)} b5 {-0.86/23 20} 20. Kg2 {3
(e4)} Qb7 {-1.02/19 20} 21. Kg1 {2 (h3)} g6 {-0.95/22 20} 22. Kg2 {9 (Dg2)} Kg7
{-1.06/18 20} 23. Kg1 {2} Rh8 {-0.99/20 0} 24. Rf1 {4 (Dg2)} h5 {-1.10/22 1}
25. h4 {5 (Dg2)} Ne4 {-1.14/21 1} 26. Nxe4 {9 (Dg2)} dxe4 {-1.04/24 21} 27. Nd2
{7} Bg4 {-1.04/25 0} 28. Qe1 {5 (Df2)} f5 {-1.07/21 1} 29. Bc2 {3} Qc7 {-1.05/
25 0} 30. Bd1 {3 (Df2)} Bxd1 {-1.21/26 3} 31. Qxd1 {1} Qc6 {-1.22/28 0} 32. Qe2
{2 (Dc2)} Qd5 {-1.23/27 1} 33. Rf2 {3 (Te1)} Ra8 {-1.25/23 1} 34. Rb1 {5 (Dd1)}
Rab8 {-1.19/21 1} 35. Nf1 {4 (Dd1)} Nb7 {-1.39/21 0} 36. Bd2 {1 (Sd2)} Nd6 {-1.
35/21 0} 37. Be1 {1 (Dd1)} Nc8 {-1.44/25 0} 38. Rg2 {2 (Sd2)} Nb6 {-1.50/23 0}
39. Ra1 {2 (Dd1)} Qc6 {-1.50/31 20 '} 40. Ra2 {3 (Lag: Av=0.76s, max=16.9s)
(Dd1)} 1-0
[/pgn]
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: How to beat Komodo10 64-bit (12 threads).Man versus mach

Post by Damir » Mon May 23, 2016 5:58 pm

The game you posted is rubbish... Your opponent disconnected. Black has better position starting with a5 followed by Ra8 and b4.
Stop wasting people's time here with this ridicilous game of yours..

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Re: How to beat Komodo10 64-bit (12 threads).Man versus mach

Post by Father » Mon May 23, 2016 6:25 pm

Listen:« lost on time».. Same evergreen machine problem...

«Ridículous» is not is?
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Re: How to beat Komodo10 64-bit (12 threads).Man versus mach

Post by yurikvelo » Mon May 23, 2016 7:16 pm

ARB-like bullshit mistifications

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Re: How to beat Komodo10 64-bit (12 threads).Man versus mach

Post by Father » Mon May 23, 2016 7:34 pm

:shock: :?: :?:
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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Chains computers. Algorithm. Komodo 10 is frozen 2016

Post by Father » Wed May 25, 2016 1:16 pm

Komodo 10 64-bit (12 threads): 23.8 plies; 12.227kN/s Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3930K CPU @ 3.20GHz 3199MHz, (6 cores, 12 threads)


Dear beloved and respected scientific community in the world of chess. Dear Teachers and fans. Dear friends and beloved enemies.
Respected critics :

In 1980 I started my battle against chess computers playing against Challenger 7.

A lifetime of experience has given me to distinguish the psychology and trends of computers. These as we have predispositions. We, children of God, we have the freedom of espitritu , although many walking blind.

I offer the Holy Trinity Komodo my game against 10, with more than twelve million calculations per second seconds was reduced in the prison of the fortress.

Thank my God. Thanks Lady and Mother, Maria Santisima .

Thank you Mother auxiliadora .

Best regards,

Pablo



[pgn][Event "Partida evaluada, 5 min"]
[Site "Sala de máquinas"]
[Date "2016.05.25"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Grand-Father"]
[Black "ND4SPD"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "D00"]
[WhiteElo "1756"]
[BlackElo "2506"]
[PlyCount "291"]
[EventDate "2016.05.25"]
[TimeControl "300"]

1. d4 {2} Nf6 {B 0} 2. e3 {1} d5 {B 0} 3. c3 {1} Bf5 {B 0} 4. f4 {2} e6 {B 0}
5. Nf3 {1} Bd6 {B 0} 6. Bd3 {1} O-O {B 0} 7. O-O {1} c5 {B 0} 8. Re1 {1} Nc6 {
-0.73/22 9} 9. Qe2 {2} a6 {-0.84/21 5} 10. g3 {2} c4 {-0.69/23 16} 11. Bc2 {11}
b5 {-0.91/23 12} 12. a3 {3} Na5 {-1.05/25 15} 13. Qd1 {3} Qd7 {-1.02/26 7} 14.
Kg2 {3} Rac8 {-1.03/23 9} 15. Nbd2 {55} Qb7 {-1.03/31 0} 16. Nf1 {1} Nc6 {-1.
07/23 15} 17. Bd2 {2} a5 {-1.17/23 12} 18. Qb1 {3} Bxc2 {10} 19. Qxc2 {-1.14/
21 0} a4 {-1.00/23 7} 20. Re2 {3} Na5 {-1.04/26 5} 21. Kg1 {2} Ne4 {-1.18/24 4}
22. Be1 {2} Nb3 {-1.20/24 1} 23. Rb1 {1} f5 {-1.11/22 2} 24. Rg2 {3} Qf7 {-1.
11/22 5} 25. N3d2 {1} Nf6 {-1.19/24 4} 26. Nf3 {1} h6 {-1.18/32 7} 27. Qe2 {2}
Kh8 {-1.18/29 5} 28. Kh1 {2} Rg8 {-1.18/32 16} 29. Kg1 {2} g5 {-1.34/23 3} 30.
Kh1 {1} Qg6 {-1.46/26 5} 31. Bd2 {8} g4 {-1.68/34 7} 32. Ne1 {4} Ne4 {-1.52/23
6} 33. Nc2 {3} Be7 {-1.49/28 1} 34. Be1 {2} Kh7 {-1.50/36 4} 35. Kg1 {1} Na5 {
-1.50/30 3} 36. Rc1 {5} Qf7 {-1.46/30 2} 37. Kh1 {3} Nb7 {-1.48/32 4} 38. Kg1 {
0} Nbd6 {-1.49/32 4} 39. Kh1 {1} Qg7 {-1.49/32 27} 40. Kg1 {1} Rh8 {-1.89/24 2}
41. Nb4 {1} Kg8 {-1.96/24 1} 42. Rc2 {1} h5 {-2.06/28 4} 43. Na2 {0} Kf7 {-2.
00/30 9} 44. Nb4 {1} h4 {-2.12/26 2} 45. Na2 {1} h3 {-2.72/23 3} 46. Rf2 {1}
Nxf2 {-2.71/25 0} 47. Qxf2 {3} Rc7 {-2.67/23 3} 48. Qe2 {1} Nb7 {-2.68/24 0}
49. Kf2 {1} Na5 {-2.67/23 2} 50. Kg1 {1} Nb3 {-2.66/23 2} 51. Kf2 {1} Rb8 {-2.
70/22 1} 52. Kg1 {1} Qf8 {-2.70/31 2} 53. Kf2 {0} Qd8 {-2.71/26 1} 54. Kg1 {9}
Qc8 {-2.76/32 2} 55. Kf2 {1} Bd6 {-2.77/33 2} 56. Kg1 {0} Kg8 {-2.81/32 1} 57.
Kf2 {1} Be7 {-2.81/31 1} 58. Kg1 {1} Ra8 {-2.86/36 2} 59. Kf2 {0} Kf8 {-2.89/
32 2} 60. Kg1 {0} Kf7 {-2.90/33 2} 61. Kf2 {1} Raa7 {-2.90/30 0} 62. Kg1 {1}
Kf8 {-2.90/32 3} 63. Kf2 {0} Bd6 {-2.87/30 1} 64. Kg1 {1} Kf7 {-2.83/29 0} 65.
Kf2 {1} Ra8 {-2.84/30 1} 66. Kg1 {1} Rca7 {-2.83/31 1} 67. Kf2 {1} Rd7 {-2.83/
29 1} 68. Kg1 {1} Raa7 {-2.83/32 1} 69. Kf2 {1} Kg7 {-2.83/30 1} 70. Kg1 {1}
Rdc7 {-2.83/29 1} 71. Kf2 {0} Ra8 {-2.83/32 1} 72. Kg1 {0} Kf8 {-2.82/29 1} 73.
Kf2 {0} Kf7 {-2.82/29 1} 74. Kg1 {0} Rd7 {-2.82/29 0} 75. Kf2 {1} Rda7 {-2.82/
26 0} 76. Kg1 {1} Kf8 {-2.82/33 0} 77. Kf2 {0} Rc7 {-2.82/29 0} 78. Kg1 {1} Kg8
{-2.82/29 0} 79. Kf2 {1} Raa7 {-2.83/32 0} 80. Kg1 {1} Kg7 {-2.77/27 0} 81. Kf2
{1} Kf7 {-2.78/28 1} 82. Kg1 {1} Rd7 {-2.75/30 1} 83. Kf2 {0} Kf8 {-2.70/18 0}
84. Kg1 {0} Na5 {-2.63/19 0} 85. Kf2 {1} Rd8 {-2.62/16 1} 86. Kg1 {0} Ke8 {-2.
52/17 1} 87. Kf2 {1} Kd7 {-2.57/15 0} 88. Kg1 {1} Ke7 {-2.29/20 1} 89. Kf2 {0}
Nb3 {-2.41/17 0} 90. Kg1 {1} Kf6 {-1.96/16 1} 91. Kf2 {1} Qa8 {-1.76/14 0} 92.
Kg1 {1} Qc6 {-1.55/21 1} 93. Kf2 {1} Rda8 {-1.53/17 0} 94. Kg1 {1} Be7 {-1.47/
24 0} 95. Kf2 {1} b4 {-1.53/18 0} 96. cxb4 {3} Kg6 {-1.51/26 0} 97. Bc3 {1} Rc7
{-1.48/15 0} 98. Qe1 {2} Bd6 {-1.44/18 0} 99. Kg1 {1} Kf7 {-1.49/23 0} 100. Kf2
{1} Kg8 {-1.50/13 0} 101. Kg1 {1} Rcc8 {-1.50/23 0} 102. Kf2 {1} Kg7 {-1.49/18
0} 103. Ke2 {2} Be7 {-1.51/14 0} 104. Kf2 {0} Qe8 {-1.47/17 0} 105. Kg1 {3} Bf6
{-1.47/21 0} 106. Kf2 {1} Kf7 {-1.51/17 0} 107. Qd1 {8} Qd8 {-1.49/28 0} 108.
Kg1 {1} Be7 {-1.49/26 0} 109. Kf2 {1} Qd7 {-1.51/16 0} 110. Kg1 {1} Ra7 {-1.49/
19 0} 111. Kf2 {0} Rac7 {-1.52/20 0} 112. Kg1 {0} Bd6 {-1.51/21 0} 113. Kh1 {3}
Bf8 {-1.67/13 0} 114. Kg1 {0} Qc6 {-1.51/23 0} 115. Kf2 {1} Bg7 {-2.20/3 0}
116. Kg1 {1} Bf8 {-1.52/16 0} 117. Kf2 {1} Rd7 {-1.53/13 0} 118. Kg1 {1} Bd6 {
-1.45/20 0} 119. Kf2 {1} Qa8 {-1.69/11 0} 120. Kg1 {1} Ra7 {-1.53/12 0} 121.
Kf2 {1} Qb7 {-1.57/14 0} 122. Kg1 {1} Ra6 {-1.54/14 0} 123. Kf2 {1} Be7 {-1.62/
12 0} 124. Kg1 {1} Bf6 {-1.53/14 0} 125. Kf2 {1} Rd6 {-1.67/13 0} 126. Kg1 {1}
Rdd8 {-1.43/20 0} 127. Kf2 {1} Qa7 {-1.74/12 0} 128. Kg1 {1} Be7 {-1.59/14 0}
129. Kf2 {1} Bf6 {-1.61/14 0} 130. Kg1 {1} Ke7 {-1.45/22 0} 131. Kh1 {0} Qd7 {
-1.66/10 0} 132. Kg1 {1} Ke8 {-2.35/4 0} 133. Kh1 {2} Ra8 {-1.83/10 0} 134. Kg1
{1} Rac8 {-2.35/1 0} 135. Kf2 {1} Kf7 {-1.74/8 0} 136. Kg1 {1} Re8 {-1.93/7 0}
137. Kf2 {1} Qd6 {-2.57/4 0} 138. Kg1 {0} Qb6 {-1.15/22 0} 139. Kf2 {1} Qb8 {
-2.60/1 0} 140. Kg1 {1} Qb6 {-2.14/3 0} 141. Kf2 {0} Re7 {-1.30/6 0} 142. Kg1 {
0} Kg6 {0.00/25 0} 143. Kf2 {1} Kf7 {-1.30/1 0} 144. Kg1 {1} Rb7 {0.00/5 0}
145. Kf2 {1} Kg6 {0.00/10 0} 146. Kg1 {1 (Lag: Av=0.33s, max=0.9s)} 1/2-1/2
[/pgn]
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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Computers traslator dont know how to play well..

Post by Father » Wed May 25, 2016 1:26 pm

...my correction:


PostPost subject: Chains computers. Algorithm. Komodo 10 is frozen 2016 Posted: Wed May 25, 2016 1:16 pm Reply to topic Reply with quote
Komodo 10 64-bit (12 threads): 23.8 plies; 12.227kN/s Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3930K CPU @ 3.20GHz 3199MHz, (6 cores, 12 threads)


Dear beloved and respected scientific community in the world of chess. Dear Teachers and fans. Dear friends and beloved enemies.
Respected critics :

In 1980, I started my battle against chess computers, playing against chess Challenger 7.

A lifetime of experience has given to me, the inteligence for distinguish the psychology and trends of computers. These ( computers) as we ( Human beings ) have predispositions. We( human beings ) as children of Go have the freedom of espirit, although many of us are walking on blind ways.

I offer to the Holy Trinity, ¨God¨ my game against the chess machine Komodo 10, where Komodoo 10 with more than its twelve million calculations of moves per second was reduced in the prison of the fortress and destroyed.

Thank my God. Thanks my Lady and Mother, Maria Santisima .

Thank you Mother Auxiliadora .

Best regards,

Pablo
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: How to beat Komodo10 64-bit (12 threads).Man versus mach

Post by AdminX » Wed May 25, 2016 1:28 pm

Hi Pablo,

Who do you think would win in a Pablo versus Komodo Blitz Match of 10 to 20 games? What do you think your result would be?

Thanks in Advance.

PS: No Opening Books or Endgame Bases.
"Good decisions come from experience, and experience comes from bad decisions."
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Re: How to beat Komodo10 64-bit (12 threads).Man versus mach

Post by Father » Wed May 25, 2016 1:34 pm

Hello Ted Summers.

Thank yor for your question. I believe that If a search 8 draws, I will be very happy. If i get 10% happy to.

The time control could be 60 minutes per game, and i could be playing on the desk in a real table of 3D.

With best respect,

Pablo
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: How to beat Komodo10 64-bit (12 threads).Man versus mach

Post by Werewolf » Wed May 25, 2016 1:46 pm

I'd be very happy to challenge you on a 24 core machine...


Just give me a time...


:)

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