Not really. Everyone can do it at home as well. Just download a few top engines, and have them run on your PC at really slow TC.Dann Corbit wrote:But the ultimate chess on the ultimate hardware is another question.
If you want to see breathtaking moves that require absurd depths and nodecounts, then your choices are TCEC and correspondence chess.
For games on the 'ultimate hardware' you have to watch Johnny play at WCCC. TCEC is a far cry from 2048 cores.
Why such a complex solution? TCEC doesn't require anything special, does it? Just a computer and an internet connection, and you can run something like it. There must be many people here that have suitable hardware. What is stopping them? If I had any interest in orthodox Chess I would already have done it myself...mjlef wrote:Maybe Anton should setup a gofundme for TCEC. It could be a measure of how much entertainment people would get out of a new Season.