AlphaZer0 versus Grand-Father 1/2-1/2, April 10th 2018

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Re: AlphaZer0 versus Grand-Father 1/2-1/2, April 10th 2018

Post by Cardoso » Tue Apr 10, 2018 9:13 pm

This is becoming funny :D

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Re: AlphaZer0 versus Grand-Father 1/2-1/2, April 10th 2018

Post by Leo » Tue Apr 10, 2018 9:34 pm

It took me a while but I think Pablo really can mess with chess engines. Well done Pablo. What is your ELO rating please? Have you tried the ARB system?
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Stockfish 030418 64 (4 threads): 22.0 plies; 2.787kN/s Inte

Post by Father » Wed Apr 11, 2018 12:04 am

Stockfish 030418 64 (4 threads): 22.0 plies; 2.787kN/s Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2100 CPU @ 3.10GHz 3092MHz, (2 cores, 4 threads) New Elo: 2004 (+33), Classic.

[pgn][Event "Rated game, 3 min"]
[Site "Engine Room"]
[Date "2018.04.10"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Grand-father"]
[Black "JML26"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "A45"]
[WhiteElo "1971"]
[BlackElo "2563"]
[PlyCount "245"]
[EventDate "2018.04.10"]
[SourceTitle "playchess.com"]
[TimeControl "180"]

1. d4 {1} Nf6 {0} 2. e3 {B 0} e6 {B 0} 3. c3 {0} d5 {9} 4. f4 {-0.26/23 0
(Cg1-f3)} Bd6 {2} 5. Nf3 {-0.71/20 0 (Ff1-d3)} O-O {0} 6. Bd3 {B 0} b6 {20} 7.
O-O {-0.50/24 0} Bb7 {5} 8. Re1 {-0.50/24 0 (Cb1-d2)} c5 {1} 9. Qe2 {-0.83/17
0 (b2-b3)} Ne4 {-0.72/21 16} 10. g3 {2 (b2-b3)} Nd7 {-0.85/16 1} 11. Kh1 {
1 (b2-b3)} Qc7 {-1.29/18 5} 12. Rg1 {2 (Cb1-d2)} Ndf6 {-1.53/18 3} 13. Rg2 {
1 (Cb1-d2)} Rac8 {-1.48/17 4} 14. Nbd2 {2} Be7 {-1.38/19 6} 15. Nf1 {2 (Cf3-e5)
} Nd6 {-1.61/19 6} 16. Kg1 {2 (Cf1-d2)} g6 {-1.36/20 16} 17. Kh1 {1 (g3-g4)} h5
{-1.88/16 1} 18. h4 {2 (Cf1-d2)} Nf5 {-1.94/18 7} 19. Bd2 {4} Bd6 {-1.72/19 8}
20. Be1 {3 (Cf3-e5)} Kg7 {-1.69/19 6} 21. Kg1 {1 (Cf3-e5)} Rh8 {-1.59/18 3} 22.
Kh1 {2 (Cf3-e5)} a6 {-1.76/17 4} 23. Kg1 {1} Qd8 {-1.55/18 5} 24. a3 {0
(Cf3-e5)} c4 {-1.67/16 2} 25. Bc2 {1} Be7 {-1.42/19 5} 26. Kh1 {2 (Cf3-e5)} Ne8
{-1.58/18 2} 27. Kg1 {1} Ned6 {-1.46/18 0} 28. Kh1 {1 (Cf1-d2)} b5 {-1.52/16 3}
29. Kg1 {1 (a3-a4)} Rb8 {-1.52/18 1} 30. Kh1 {0 (a3-a4)} Ba8 {-1.65/18 3} 31.
Kg1 {1 (Cf1-d2)} a5 {-1.76/17 1} 32. Kh1 {2 (Cf3-e5)} Qe8 {-1.87/18 3} 33. Kg1
{1} a4 {-1.72/20 0} 34. Bd1 {4 (Cf1-d2)} f6 {-1.84/19 1} 35. Bc2 {4} Nh6 {
-1.87/22 0} 36. Qd1 {3 (Cf1-h2)} Bc6 {-1.94/19 1} 37. Re2 {2 (Dd1-e2)} Ne4 {
-1.99/18 1} 38. Bxe4 {2 (Cf1-d2)} dxe4 {-2.97/15 0} 39. N3d2 {0} f5 {-3.35/21 1
} 40. Rc1 {4 (Fe1-f2)} Ng4 {-3.27/34 1} 41. Rg2 {3 (Cf1-h2)} Qd7 {-3.27/31 1}
42. Qe2 {1 (Tg2-e2)} Rhd8 {-3.27/25 1} 43. Nb1 {1 (Tc1-b1)} Nf6 {-3.27/30 1}
44. Rc2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Qc7 {-3.27/26 1} 45. Rh2 {1 (Tc2-c1)} Rd7 {-3.27/27 1} 46.
Rg2 {1} Rh8 {-3.27/32 0} 47. Rf2 {1 (Tc2-c1)} Ng4 {-3.27/30 1} 48. Rg2 {0} Nf6
{-3.27/31 0} 49. Rf2 {1 (Tc2-c1)} Ng4 {-3.27/32 1} 50. Rg2 {1} Rdd8 {-3.27/35 0
} 51. Nh2 {2 (Cb1-d2)} Nf6 {-3.27/30 1} 52. Nf1 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Qd7 {-3.27/33 1}
53. Nh2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Nd5 {-3.27/31 1} 54. Nf1 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Rhf8 {-3.27/24 1}
55. Nh2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Qb7 {-3.27/23 0} 56. Nf1 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Qd7 {-3.27/31 3} 57.
Nh2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Rh8 {-3.27/26 0} 58. Nf1 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Rhe8 {-3.04/20 1} 59.
Nh2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Bd6 {-3.02/19 0} 60. Nf1 {3 (Cb1-d2)} Bc7 {-2.99/19 1} 61. Rh2
{1 (Cb1-d2)} Bb6 {-3.02/16 0} 62. Bf2 {2 (Cb1-d2)} Rc8 {-3.26/21 2} 63. Rh3 {
1 (Ff2-e1)} Bd8 {-3.26/26 0} 64. Rh2 {0} Kg8 {-3.11/27 1} 65. Rh1 {0 (Tc2-c1)}
Bf6 {-3.22/20 0} 66. Rh2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Qb7 {-3.11/18 0} 67. Rh3 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Qb6
{-3.11/20 0} 68. Rh2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Rcd8 {-3.11/22 0} 69. Rh3 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Rf8 {
-3.11/22 0} 70. Rh2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Bb7 {-3.11/23 0} 71. Rh3 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Qc6 {
-3.11/23 0} 72. Rh2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Rc8 {-3.11/23 0} 73. Rh3 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Rc7 {
-3.11/23 0} 74. Rh2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Qe8 {-3.11/21 0} 75. Rh3 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Qe7 {
-3.11/20 0} 76. Rh2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Rcc8 {-3.11/22 0} 77. Rg2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Qc7 {
-3.11/19 0} 78. Be1 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Bg7 {-3.11/16 0} 79. Rh2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Rcd8 {
-3.03/18 0} 80. Rf2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Nf6 {-2.97/15 0} 81. Rh2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Ng4 {
-2.91/13 0} 82. Bf2 {2 (Th2-g2)} Nxh2 {0} 83. Kxh2 {-3.91/14 0} Bf6 {-3.77/30 0
} 84. Kg1 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Bc6 {-3.90/22 0} 85. Be1 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Qc8 {-3.88/22 0}
86. Bf2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Rfe8 {-3.88/26 0} 87. Nh2 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Qb7 {-3.88/25 0}
88. Kf1 {1 (Ch2-f1)} Rc8 {-3.88/21 0} 89. Kg1 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Kf7 {-3.88/21 0} 90.
Kf1 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Be7 {-3.88/23 0} 91. Ke1 {1 (Rf1-g1)} Rcd8 {-3.88/21 0} 92.
Kf1 {1} Qd7 {-3.88/38 0} 93. Ke1 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Kg7 {-3.88/20 0} 94. Kf1 {1} Kf7
{-3.88/41 0} 95. Ke1 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Bd6 {-3.88/23 0} 96. Kf1 {2} Qc7 {-3.88/29 0}
97. Ke1 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Qb7 {-3.88/19 0} 98. Kf1 {1} Qd7 {-3.88/39 0} 99. Kg1 {1}
Be7 {-4.11/34 0} 100. Kf1 {1 (Ch2-f1)} Bf6 {-4.11/20 0} 101. Kg1 {1} Qd6 {
-4.11/36 0} 102. Kf1 {1 (Ch2-f1)} Bb7 {-4.11/14 0} 103. Kg1 {1 (Rf1-g2)} Qd7 {
-4.11/3 0} 104. Kf1 {1 (Ch2-f1)} Kg8 {-4.11/17 0} 105. Kg1 {1} Kf7 {-4.11/38 0}
106. Kf1 {1 (Ch2-f1)} Bc6 {-4.11/20 0} 107. Kg1 {1} Qd6 {-4.11/37 0} 108. Kf1 {
1 (Ch2-f1)} Re7 {-4.11/17 0} 109. Kg1 {1} Qc7 {-4.11/34 0} 110. Kf1 {1 (Ch2-f1)
} Kg8 {-4.11/11 0} 111. Kg1 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Rdd7 {-4.11/18 0} 112. Kf1 {1 (Cb1-d2)
} Re8 {-4.11/17 0} 113. Kg1 {1 (Rf1-g2)} Rb8 {-4.11/21 0} 114. Kf1 {1 (Cb1-d2)}
Re7 {-4.11/18 0} 115. Kg1 {1 (Rf1-g2)} Qd7 {-4.11/21 0} 116. Kf1 {1 (Cb1-d2)}
Rf8 {-4.11/16 0} 117. Kg1 {1} Rff7 {-4.11/33 0} 118. Kf1 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Qc8 {
-4.11/16 0} 119. Ke1 {1 (Rf1-g1)} Qc7 {-4.11/8 0} 120. Kf1 {1 (Cb1-d2)} Re8 {
-4.11/17 0} 121. Kg1 {1 (Rf1-g2)} Rb8 {-4.11/14 0} 122. Qg4 {2 (Rg1-g2)} hxg4 {
-13.98/9 0} 123. Kf1 {1 (Lag: Av=1.15s, max=1.7s) (Cb1-d2)} 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: AlphaZer0 versus Grand-Father 1/2-1/2, April 10th 2018

Post by Vizvezdenec » Wed Apr 11, 2018 12:08 am

Robert Pope wrote:
Vizvezdenec wrote:srsly mods don't ban this spammer?
Even Lyudmil Tsvetkov is spamming less useless crap per time.
On what basis?

He posts an actual game (in theory, at least). It's a game against a computer. There's no disrespectful or inflammatory commentary. Many other people post games. Just because what he writes doesn't interest you or me doesn't make his posts inappropriate or against the charter.
Yeah, not like direct lies ("vs alphazer0") or manipulating facts ("annihilating" or even "winning") or just scamming all the time (not setting GUI properly so engine wouldn't lag and lose on time). Best posts in the universe I guess and directly related to chess programming and stuff. Probably the next step should be inviting ARB to write his opinions on every topic there. :D

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Sincerely grateful, to the chess programmers:

Post by Father » Wed Apr 11, 2018 12:34 am

Hates and envies will never be good counselors.

Seven hundred and twenty visits and views in just half a day are not bad. It means that there is an important group of people who follow these games and comments.

Personally I thank Playchess for allowing me to play in the machine room where there are only computers. This has allowed me to test many computers, make friends, and build contradictors.

Through the days, I have been able to play against chess computers that even in dreams I could have. I find in all this a generous gesture of life.

I also think that having reached these games on more than eight different languages ​​means that I have contributed a little in man versus machine.

I am aware that I have been able to speak by these means with real doctors and scientific eminences. Some of these people of great knowledge, of great academic preparation, and of high intelligence have pronounced several times in relation to some of my boring and for other but imaginative games.

Every day is more difficult to tie, and more difficult to beat them(machines) . From 50% to 5% -10% the performance has dropped.

Sincerely thankful,

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: AlphaZer0 versus Grand-Father 1/2-1/2, April 10th 2018

Post by glennsamuel32 » Wed Apr 11, 2018 5:23 am

Yeah, not like direct lies ("vs alphazer0") or manipulating facts ("annihilating" or even "winning") or just scamming all the time (not setting GUI properly so engine wouldn't lag and lose on time). Best posts in the universe I guess and directly related to chess programming and stuff. Probably the next step should be inviting ARB to write his opinions on every topic there. :D
There's a simple fix if these posts annoy you --- don't read them and move along :)

Well done Pablo !!
Haven't seen anyone else do what you do.

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Re: AlphaZer0 versus Grand-Father 1/2-1/2, April 10th 2018

Post by MikeGL » Wed Apr 11, 2018 8:47 am

Would be interesting to see how Rodent's different tactical personalities handle this type of style. I think Rodent won't keep on grabbing space in exchange for a semi-fortresses of a human.
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asmFishW_2018

Post by Father » Wed Apr 11, 2018 3:08 pm

Trying playserver.chessbase.com Connected Login Welcome, Grand-father! Server Time = 14:38 (UTC+1h), 3281 users onlineClassic. asmFishW_2018-03-18_popcnt (5 threads): 26.6 plies; 12.518kN/s Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU X 980 @ 3.33GHz 3325MHz, (1 cores, 6 threads)

[pgn][Event "Rated game, 3 min"]
[Site "Engine Room"]
[Date "2018.04.11"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Grand-father"]
[Black "Blañk Queen"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "D00"]
[WhiteElo "1993"]
[BlackElo "2732"]
[PlyCount "357"]
[EventDate "2018.04.11"]
[SourceTitle "playchess.com"]
[TimeControl "180"]

1. d4 {1} d5 {B 0} 2. e3 {0} e6 {0.10/24 8} 3. c3 {1} Nf6 {-0.12/23 3} 4. f4 {1
} Bd6 {2} 5. Nf3 {-0.39/21 0} O-O {2} 6. Bd3 {-0.24/22 0} c5 {2} 7. O-O {
-0.30/22 0} b6 {-0.23/22 2} 8. Re1 {0} Bb7 {-0.58/19 1} 9. Qe2 {1} Nbd7 {
-0.32/22 6} 10. a3 {1} Ne4 {-0.46/19 3} 11. Ba6 {1} Bxa6 {-0.95/19 1} 12. Qxa6
{1} c4 {-0.87/24 2} 13. Qa4 {2} f5 {-0.99/26 0} 14. Qc2 {1} h6 {-1.10/25 5} 15.
Nbd2 {1} Ndf6 {-0.96/23 1} 16. Re2 {1} Nxd2 {-1.04/26 4} 17. Bxd2 {2} g5 {
-1.10/23 2} 18. g3 {1} g4 {-1.44/20 1} 19. Nh4 {2} Ne4 {-1.64/24 2} 20. Rg2 {1}
Kg7 {-1.74/23 1} 21. Be1 {1} Be7 {-1.80/27 0} 22. Ra2 {2} Qd7 {-2.00/25 2} 23.
Ra1 {0} a5 {-2.06/26 1} 24. Ra2 {1} a4 {-2.28/29 1} 25. Ra1 {0} b5 {-2.29/37 0}
26. Rc1 {1} Bf6 {-2.29/36 12} 27. Qe2 {1} Rh8 {-2.22/26 5} 28. Rc2 {1} Kh7 {
-2.22/32 2} 29. Kh1 {0} h5 {-2.22/32 1} 30. Kg1 {1} Kg7 {-2.22/38 0} 31. Kh1 {1
} Kf7 {-2.22/33 1} 32. Kg1 {0} Rhf8 {-2.14/37 13} 33. Kh1 {1} Ra7 {-2.07/28 5}
34. Kg1 {1} Rg8 {-2.02/27 4} 35. Kh1 {1} Rg7 {-2.15/20 1} 36. Kg1 {1} Qd8 {
-1.99/27 0} 37. Kh1 {0} Be7 {-2.06/26 3} 38. Kg1 {1} Qf8 {-2.02/27 0} 39. Kh1 {
1} Rg8 {7} 40. Kg1 {-1.99/26 0} Qd8 {-1.99/27 2} 41. Kh1 {0} Ra8 {-1.99/27 7}
42. Kg1 {1} Bf6 {-1.95/26 2} 43. Kh1 {0} Qd7 {-2.02/24 3} 44. Kg1 {0} Ke7 {
-1.95/27 1} 45. Kh1 {1} Kd8 {-2.28/22 0} 46. Kg1 {1} Qg7 {-1.94/28 7} 47. Kh1 {
1} Kc7 {-2.16/22 1} 48. Kg1 {1} Be7 {-1.93/24 4} 49. Kh1 {1} Ra7 {-2.01/24 5}
50. Kg1 {1} Qf8 {-2.00/27 0} 51. Kh1 {1} Kd7 {-2.15/21 2} 52. Kg1 {1} Qd8 {
-2.08/23 0} 53. Kh1 {1} Bf6 {-2.04/24 3} 54. Kg1 {1} Nd6 {-1.96/25 0} 55. Kh1 {
1} Kc8 {-2.03/24 1} 56. Kg1 {1} Ra8 {-1.93/23 2} 57. Kh1 {1} Kb7 {-2.00/21 1}
58. Kg1 {0} Kc8 {-1.93/25 0} 59. Kh1 {1} Qf8 {-1.99/24 1} 60. Kg1 {0} Kd7 {
-1.93/25 1} 61. Kh1 {1} Ne4 {-2.28/22 0} 62. Kg1 {1} Qd8 {-2.03/25 2} 63. Kh1 {
1} Ke7 {-2.03/24 4} 64. Kg1 {1} Kf7 {-2.02/19 0} 65. Kh1 {1} Kg7 {-2.26/24 2}
66. Kg1 {1} Kh7 {-2.10/23 1} 67. Kh1 {1} Qe7 {-2.00/21 3} 68. Kg1 {1} Qc7 {
-1.91/20 1} 69. Kh1 {1} Kg7 {-2.02/19 0} 70. Kg1 {1} Rh8 {-1.90/20 0} 71. Kh1 {
1} Rhc8 {-2.02/19 1} 72. Kg1 {1} Qf7 {-1.84/21 0} 73. Kh1 {1} Rh8 {-1.83/19 2}
74. Kg1 {4} Ra7 {-1.77/18 1} 75. Kh1 {2} Kf8 {-1.77/24 0} 76. Kg1 {2} Ke8 {
-1.77/26 0} 77. Kh1 {1} Ra8 {-1.77/25 0} 78. Kg1 {1} Ra7 {-1.77/33 0} 79. Kh1 {
1} Bxh4 {-1.77/29 0} 80. gxh4 {2} Kd7 {-1.77/43 0} 81. Bg3 {0} Kc6 {-1.77/29 0}
82. Qd1 {2} Rf8 {-1.77/30 0} 83. Kg1 {1} Rc7 {-1.62/27 1} 84. Qe1 {1} Qd7 {
-1.62/23 0} 85. Rc1 {1} Rcc8 {-1.55/27 0} 86. Ra1 {1} Qf7 {-1.55/26 0} 87. Ra2
{1} Qc7 {-1.55/22 0} 88. Kh1 {3} Kd6 {-1.65/22 0} 89. Kg1 {2} Qd7 {-1.55/42 0}
90. Kh1 {1} Ke7 {-1.55/24 0} 91. Kg1 {1} Rc7 {-1.55/37 0} 92. Kh1 {0} Kf6 {
-1.55/23 0} 93. Kg1 {1} Rfc8 {-1.55/40 0} 94. Kh1 {1} Kg7 {-1.55/26 0} 95. Kg1
{2} Qf7 {-1.55/42 0} 96. Kh1 {1} Rb7 {-1.55/26 0} 97. Kg1 {1} Kg8 {-1.55/45 0}
98. Kh1 {1} Re7 {-1.73/30 0} 99. Kg1 {2} Qf6 {-1.73/35 0} 100. Kh1 {1} Rb8 {
-1.73/30 0} 101. Kg1 {1} Reb7 {-1.73/34 0} 102. Kh1 {0} Rh7 {-1.73/30 0} 103.
Kg1 {1} Re8 {-1.73/36 0} 104. Kh1 {1} Qe7 {-1.73/30 0} 105. Kg1 {1} Rf7 {
-1.73/32 0} 106. Kh1 {1} Rff8 {-1.73/28 0} 107. Kg1 {1} Rc8 {-1.73/35 0} 108.
Kh1 {1} Kf7 {-1.73/26 0} 109. Kg1 {2} Kg8 {-1.65/24 1} 110. Kh1 {1} Qf6 {
-1.73/28 0} 111. Kg1 {1} Rce8 {-1.58/25 1} 112. Kh1 {1} Kf7 {-1.73/25 0} 113.
Kg1 {1} Re7 {-1.54/31 0} 114. Kh1 {1} Ke8 {-1.65/23 1} 115. Kg1 {1} Rd7 {
-1.46/27 0} 116. Kh1 {1} Rc7 {-1.73/17 0} 117. Kg1 {1} Qe7 {-1.65/21 0} 118.
Kh1 {1} Rf7 {-1.65/16 0} 119. Kg1 {1} Kd7 {-1.58/20 0} 120. Kh1 {1} Kc8 {
-1.92/16 0} 121. Kg1 {1} Rf8 {-1.32/18 0} 122. Kh1 {1} Qf6 {-1.49/15 0} 123.
Kg1 {1} Qe7 {-1.11/15 0} 124. Kh1 {1} Kd8 {-1.18/13 0} 125. Kg1 {2} Ke8 {
-0.42/22 0} 126. Kh1 {1} Kd7 {-0.44/23 0} 127. Kg1 {1} Ra7 {-0.44/24 0} 128.
Kh1 {1} Nxg3+ {-0.44/24 0} 129. hxg3 {1} Ra6 {-0.44/51 0} 130. Kg1 {3} Ra5 {
-0.44/26 0} 131. Rd2 {1} Kc7 {-0.44/29 0} 132. Qa1 {2} Ra6 {-0.44/30 0} 133.
Kg2 {1} Rb6 {-0.70/22 0} 134. Kg1 {1} Kd8 {-0.68/32 0} 135. Kg2 {0} Ra6 {
-0.68/32 0} 136. Kg1 {1} Rf7 {-0.68/35 0} 137. Kg2 {0} Ra7 {-0.68/33 0} 138.
Kg1 {0} Kc8 {-0.68/31 0} 139. Kg2 {0} Qd8 {-0.68/32 0} 140. Kg1 {1} Rg7 {
-0.68/30 0} 141. Kg2 {0} Rge7 {-0.68/32 0} 142. Kg1 {1} Kc7 {-0.68/30 0} 143.
Kg2 {0} Kc6 {-0.68/32 0} 144. Kg1 {2} Rab7 {-0.68/29 0} 145. Kg2 {0} Qc7 {
-0.68/33 0} 146. Kg1 {1} Kb6 {-0.68/34 0} 147. Kg2 {0} Rd7 {-0.68/32 0} 148.
Kg1 {1} Rf7 {-0.68/35 0} 149. Kg2 {0} Qc8 {-0.68/33 0} 150. Kg1 {0} Rfd7 {
-0.60/26 0} 151. Kg2 {0} Qh8 {-0.59/29 0} 152. Rf2 {1} Qd8 {-0.59/24 0} 153.
Kg1 {0} Re7 {-0.59/23 0} 154. Kg2 {0} Qc7 {-0.59/50 0} 155. Kg1 {1} Kc6 {
-0.59/27 0} 156. Kg2 {1} Kb6 {-0.59/46 0} 157. Kg1 {0} Rd7 {-0.59/32 0} 158.
Kg2 {0} Qc6 {-0.52/32 0} 159. Kg1 {1} Qc7 {-0.44/28 0} 160. Kg2 {0} Qd8 {
-0.44/37 0} 161. Kg1 {0} Rf7 {-0.44/26 0} 162. Kg2 {1} Rfe7 {-0.59/30 0} 163.
Kg1 {0} Ka7 {-0.44/25 0} 164. Kg2 {0} Qd6 {-0.59/25 0} 165. Kg1 {1} Kb6 {
-0.37/21 0} 166. Kg2 {0} Kc6 {-0.44/20 0} 167. Kg1 {0} Qc7 {-0.44/22 0} 168.
Kg2 {0} Rb6 {-0.44/20 0} 169. Kg1 {1} Rh7 {-0.37/18 0} 170. Kg2 {0} Rd7 {
-0.37/17 0} 171. Kg1 {1} Rb7 {-0.59/15 0} 172. Kg2 {0} Rb8 {-0.57/13 0} 173.
Kg1 {1} Kd6 {0.00/19 0} 174. Kg2 {1} Rf7 {0.00/23 0} 175. Kg1 {1} Rb7 {0.00/29
0} 176. Kg2 {0} Re7 {0.00/35 0} 177. Kg1 {1} Re8 {0.00/36 0} 178. Kg2 {0} Qb6 {
0.00/35 0} 179. Kg1 {1 (Lag: Av=0.67s, max=1.2s)} 1/2-1/2

[/pgn] :idea:
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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Glenn: UNBALANCING the equilibrium of the computer algorithm

Post by Father » Wed Apr 11, 2018 3:22 pm

Glenn: Thank you very much.


Thank you. I am careful to make a brief description of the steps necessary to match a supercomputer in our days, namely:

1st It is not necessary for the human chess player to be an expert in the game against humans. A medium and low level of play is enough.
2o We must exercise memory through repetitive and conclusive procedures, in the form of synthesis and preconceived formulas.
3rd To avoid opening the pawn chain. We must keep it.
4th Do not fear the so-called bad bishops, in the anti-chess, these bishops are precisely the good bishops.
5th Do not be afraid to deliver the space to the computer.
6th Play in the first two first rows if possible.
7th To be quick the human in the answer, because the time plays in favor of the tactical monster, that is to say, in favor of the computer.
8o UNBALANCING the equilibrium of the computer algorithm, you must literally take the machine to the madness of the abstract and incomprehensible world for mathematics,
9th The anti-chess is a battle of the philosophy against mathematics, of faith against science, and finally it is a chess bridge that one mathematics and philosophy, which unites science and faith, each making its contribution in the search for knowledge.
10th The defeats are trophies and medals that will be placed at the end with the victory prize. We must fall thousands of times, in order to finally rise victorious and cross the finish line, even if injured by pains

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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Joined: Sun Mar 19, 2006 3:39 am
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Full name: Pablo Ignacio Restrepo

Cfish 110418 64 BMI2 NUMA (40 threads): 31.3 plies; 39.993kN

Post by Father » Wed Apr 11, 2018 7:28 pm

Cfish 110418 64 BMI2 NUMA (40 threads): 31.3 plies; 39.993kN/s Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2640 v4 @ 2.40GHz 2394MHz, (20 cores, 40 threads)

[pgn][Event "Rated game, 5 min"]
[Site "Engine Room"]
[Date "2018.04.11"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Calabrese1947"]
[Black "Grand-father"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "A84"]
[WhiteElo "2446"]
[BlackElo "2005"]
[PlyCount "248"]
[EventDate "2018.04.11"]
[SourceTitle "playchess.com"]
[TimeControl "300"]

1. d4 {B 0} d5 {2} 2. Nf3 {B 0} e6 {2} 3. c4 {B 0} c6 {1} 4. Nc3 {B 0} f5 {0}
5. Bf4 {0.01/0 0} Nf6 {1} 6. e3 {0.01/0 0} Bd6 {1} 7. Bd3 {0.01/0 0} O-O {2} 8.
O-O {B 0} Re8 {1} 9. Re1 {B 0} a6 {1} 10. Ne2 {1.33/23 8} Qe7 {2 (Ce4)} 11. c5
{1.55/26 8} Bc7 {3} 12. b4 {1.42/27 5} Qd8 {1 (Ch5)} 13. a4 {1.75/25 2} Rf8 {
1 (Cbd7)} 14. a5 {1.66/24 6} Re8 {3 (Cbd7)} 15. Ra3 {1.58/26 17} Nbd7 {1} 16.
Qa1 {1.60/27 3} Bb8 {2 (Cg4)} 17. Bxb8 {1.68/26 4} Nxb8 {1 (Txb8)} 18. Ne5 {
1.70/30 25} Re7 {8 (Cbd7)} 19. h3 {1.58/31 32} Nbd7 {4} 20. g3 {1.64/31 22} Qc7
{7 (g5)} 21. Kg2 {1.81/27 9} Nxe5 {2 (Te8)} 22. dxe5 {2} Nd7 {1.98/26 0 (Ce8)}
23. f4 {2.34/25 2} Nf8 {7} 24. h4 {2.57/29 0} h5 {2 (Ad7)} 25. Qd1 {2.61/39 5}
g6 {1 (Tb8)} 26. Nd4 {2.61/42 3} Rg7 {4 (Ad7)} 27. Ra2 {2.61/35 2} Bd7 {2} 28.
Rg1 {2.61/41 0} Be8 {2 (Td8)} 29. Rd2 {2.61/38 2} Qe7 {1 (Th7)} 30. Nf3 {
2.61/37 2} Kh8 {3 (Td8)} 31. Ng5 {2.61/40 3} Kg8 {1 (Cd7)} 32. Bf1 {2.61/41 3}
Rc8 {2 (Td8)} 33. Nf3 {2.61/41 2} Rc7 {1 (Ad7)} 34. Ng5 {2.61/42 2} Nh7 {
2 (Tc8)} 35. Nf3 {2.61/43 3} Nf8 {1} 36. Rh1 {2.61/44 1} Bf7 {2 (Tc8)} 37. Qc2
{2.53/39 22} Kh8 {2 (Ae8)} 38. Be2 {2.46/33 2} Kg8 {2} 39. Nd4 {2.35/37 0} Be8
{2 (Cd7)} 40. Bd1 {2.35/36 2} Qf7 {3 (Cd7)} 41. Bf3 {2.35/33 4} Kh8 {1 (Cd7)}
42. Be2 {2.35/32 3} Kg8 {0 (Cd7)} 43. Bd3 {2.35/37 3} Kh8 {2 (Cd7)} 44. Rhd1 {
2.35/30 1} Kg8 {0 (De7)} 45. Qb3 {2.35/30 1} Kh8 {1 (Cd7)} 46. Bf1 {2.35/32 3}
Kg8 {1 (Cd7)} 47. Kh2 {2.35/32 2} Kh8 {1 (Cd7)} 48. Nf3 {2.35/35 2} Kg8 {2} 49.
Kg1 {2.35/39 0} Qe7 {1 (Cd7)} 50. Qc2 {2.35/38 1} Kh8 {0 (Cd7)} 51. Re1 {
2.35/37 2} Rh7 {2 (Rh7)} 52. Be2 {2.35/34 1} Kg8 {1} 53. Rdd1 {2.35/38 0} Kh8 {
1 (Tg7)} 54. Kg2 {2.35/36 1} Kg8 {1} 55. Ng5 {2.35/39 0} Rg7 {1} 56. Bd3 {
2.35/39 0} Nh7 {1 (Af7)} 57. Nf3 {2.35/35 2} Kh8 {2 (Cf8)} 58. Rh1 {2.35/35 3}
Kg8 {1} 59. Nd4 {2.35/30 2} Nf8 {2 (Rf7)} 60. Ne2 {2.27/29 1} Bf7 {1 (Tc8)} 61.
Rh2 {2.35/30 1} Kh8 {1 (Cd7)} 62. Kg1 {2.27/33 7} Kg8 {1 (Ag8)} 63. Nd4 {
1.85/24 4} Rh7 {2 (Dd8)} 64. Rhd2 {1.93/22 1} Rg7 {4 (Th6)} 65. Kg2 {2.27/22 2}
Kh8 {1 (Cd7)} 66. Rh1 {1.60/21 3} Kg8 {1 (Dd8)} 67. Be2 {2.35/23 1} Rh7 {
1 (Cd7)} 68. Nf3 {2.35/20 0} Kh8 {2 (Tg7)} 69. Ng5 {1.82/18 1} Rg7 {1} 70. Bd3
{1.40/22 0} Nh7 {1} 71. Rhd1 {1.18/22 0} Kg8 {2 (Df8)} 72. Nf3 {1.37/18 0} Kh8
{1 (Rf8)} 73. Ng5 {1.18/30 0} Kg8 {1 (Df8)} 74. Nxh7 {1.18/34 0} Rxh7 {1} 75.
Kg1 {1.18/38 0} Rh6 {2 (Df8)} 76. Kf1 {1.18/36 0} Kg7 {1} 77. Qc3 {1.18/41 0}
Kg8 {4 (Th8)} 78. Qb3 {1.18/37 0} Kg7 {2} 79. Qc3 {1.18/43 0} Kg8 {1} 80. Re1 {
1.18/38 0} Kf8 {1 (Th7)} 81. Qb2 {1.18/33 0} Kg8 {1 (Rg7)} 82. Be2 {1.18/35 0}
Kf8 {1 (Rg7)} 83. Rc1 {1.18/27 0} Kg8 {1 (Th7)} 84. Rdd1 {1.18/31 0} Kf8 {
1 (Rg7)} 85. Kg2 {1.18/35 0} Kg8 {1 (Rg7)} 86. Kg1 {1.18/35 0} Kf8 {1 (Rg7)}
87. Rc2 {1.18/31 0} Rh7 {1 (Rg7)} 88. Bf3 {1.18/33 0} Kg8 {1 (Rg7)} 89. Qc3 {
1.18/34 0} Kf8 {1 (Rg7)} 90. Bg2 {1.18/34 0} Kg8 {1 (Rg7)} 91. Qb2 {1.18/31 0}
Kf8 {4 (Df8)} 92. Rc3 {1.18/35 0} Be8 {1 (Rg8)} 93. Rd4 {1.18/31 0} Kg8 {
2 (Af7)} 94. Rd2 {1.18/26 0} Kf8 {1 (Dd8)} 95. Rb3 {1.18/32 0} Kg8 {1 (Rg7)}
96. Qb1 {1.18/23 0} Kf8 {1 (Dd8)} 97. Qd1 {1.18/30 0} Kg8 {1 (Af7)} 98. Rf2 {
1.18/23 0} Kf8 {1 (Tc8)} 99. Rbb2 {1.18/26 0} Kg8 {1 (Af7)} 100. Rbd2 {1.18/24
0} Kf8 {1 (Af7)} 101. Qf1 {1.18/24 0} Kg8 {1} 102. Rd3 {1.18/44 0} Kf8 {1 (Tc8)
} 103. Ra3 {1.18/22 0} Kg8 {1} 104. Rd3 {1.18/41 0} Kf8 {1 (Tc8)} 105. Rb2 {
1.18/26 0} Kg8 {1} 106. Rdb3 {1.18/43 0} Kf8 {1 (Rg7)} 107. Qd3 {1.18/26 0} Kg8
{2} 108. Qc2 {1.18/43 0} Kf8 {1 (Th8)} 109. Qc3 {1.18/25 0} Kg8 {1 (Af7)} 110.
Qd3 {1.18/26 0} Kf8 {1 (Tc8)} 111. Rf2 {1.18/26 0} Kg8 {1} 112. Qc3 {1.18/34 0}
Kf8 {1 (Af7)} 113. Rf1 {1.18/23 0} Kg8 {1} 114. Rd1 {1.18/31 0} Kf8 {1 (Th8)}
115. Rd2 {1.18/19 0} Kg8 {1} 116. Qd3 {1.18/29 0} Kf8 {2 (Tc8)} 117. Rc3 {
1.18/17 0} Kg8 {1 (Af7)} 118. Ra3 {1.18/13 0} Kf8 {1 (Af7)} 119. Rf2 {1.18/11 0
} Kg8 {1} 120. Qd1 {0.00/36 0} Kf8 {1 (Af7)} 121. Rd3 {1.01/17 0} Kg8 {1} 122.
Rb2 {0.00/46 0} Kf8 {1 (Dg7)} 123. Qb1 {0.00/27 0} Kg8 {1} 124. Qf1 {0.00/48 0}
Kf8 {1 (Tc8) (Lag: Av=0.53s, max=1.2s)} 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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