I am unable to read the pdf at all, when I open it, and I get a headache.MikeGL wrote:Note that all Training games are self-play (no SF8 involved). The 1,200 are all match games against SF8.Lyudmil Tsvetkov wrote:Do you have the pgn for the training games, which, btw., are claimed to run into the thousands?MikeGL wrote:Read the series of posts properly. It is 100 games per openning, you clearly don't understand Table 2.Lyudmil Tsvetkov wrote:Before we were talking about 300 and 100, now 1200 suddenly appears...MikeGL wrote:Yes, the plot on the diagram is the training game, but 100 games per openning was played. 50-50, and the score below the diagram is on AlphaZero perspective.Lyudmil Tsvetkov wrote:The training matches are different from the 100 games match with Stockfish.
12 opennings x 100 = 1,200 games total.12 openings with reversed colours don't square in any way with 100 played games, so did they actually left some openings played more than others, or did not they flip colours?
The 64/36 score certainly comes from 100 games, unless they assigned random points for a win.
And in that sample, I see Alpha playing just 1.d4 and 1.Nf3.
300 games because you were talking about 1.e4 earlier which appears in 6 diagrams.
How many is 50 x 6 ?
You were claiming that AlphaZero didn't play 1.e4, i told you it did! 300 times it did play 1.e4 against SF8.
See the total summation below: 1,200 games for all 12 opennings. Come on man, even this very
basic stuff we argue?
No data given in PDF about the total number of self-play for learning, neither were the self-play PGN published. Only SF8 match was published.
100 game match versus SF8 was played on all 12 common ECO openings.
I guess you are confused of the plotted graph being put beside the
diagram. The graph is self-play, the diagram is SF8 match.
Try to read the caption of Table 2 properly. 37 times if need be.
I usually don't read books that reference material; you either do something original, or better do nothing at all.
I guess too much info is simply tremendously unclear.
You still persist with your claim the 100-game match was played with 12 different openings.
100%12=4, so there is a remainder, and this is fully absurd.