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Grand-Father kill Stockfish at 16 minutes time control.

Post by Father » Thu May 03, 2018 8:33 pm

Grand-father - TubbyChess 1-1 Stockfish 9 64 BMI2 (4 cores): 29.9 plies; 7.468kN/s Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-5775C CPU @ 3.30GHz 3292MHz, (4 cores, 8 threads) New Elo: 2285 (+25), Classic.

[pgn][Event "Rated game, 16 min"]
[Site "Engine Room"]
[Date "2018.05.03"]
[Round "?"]
[White "TubbyChess"]
[Black "Grand-father"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "A85"]
[WhiteElo "2435"]
[BlackElo "1620"]
[PlyCount "364"]
[EventDate "2018.05.03"]
[SourceTitle "playchess.com"]
[TimeControl "960"]

1. d4 {B 0} d5 {1} 2. Nf3 {B 0} e6 {0} 3. c4 {B 0} c6 {1} 4. Nc3 {B 0} f5 {1}
5. e3 {B 0} Nf6 {0} 6. Bd3 {B 0} Bd6 {0} 7. O-O {B 0} O-O {1} 8. b3 {B 0} Re8 {
1} 9. Bb2 {0.61/25 26} Qe7 {3} 10. Rc1 {0.62/24 28} a6 {3} 11. c5 {0.85/28 17}
Bc7 {3} 12. Ne2 {0.70/31 100} Kh8 {5} 13. b4 {0.83/27 17} Rg8 {4} 14. h4 {
0.82/30 31} h5 {7} 15. Nf4 {1.49/26 19} g6 {10} 16. Ng5 {1.40/29 25} Rg7 {6}
17. a4 {1.89/28 23} Kg8 {5} 18. Re1 {1.62/30 60} Nh7 {6} 19. Nf3 {1.49/31 17}
Nf8 {9} 20. Ra1 {1.70/28 45} Bd7 {5} 21. g3 {1.75/28 36} Be8 {4} 22. Kg2 {
1.93/25 6} Kh8 {3} 23. Qe2 {1.97/25 22} Kg8 {3} 24. b5 {2.00/28 16} Kh8 {4} 25.
b6 {2.38/25 4} Bd8 {3} 26. a5 {2.30/31 35} Kg8 {3} 27. Ng5 {2.57/29 20} Qd7 {39
} 28. f3 {2.83/28 10} Bxg5 {4} 29. hxg5 {2.62/30 22} Nh7 {1} 30. Nh3 {2.97/28 5
} Qd8 {3} 31. f4 {2.97/30 7} Nf8 {11} 32. Ba3 {2.95/36 16} Rf7 {3} 33. Ng1 {
2.87/35 12} Rh7 {10} 34. Nf3 {3.02/37 22} Bf7 {22} 35. Kf2 {3.25/35 18} Nfd7 {8
} 36. Rac1 {3.36/38 6} Rg7 {3} 37. Bb4 {3.10/39 27} Nf8 {3} 38. Rh1 {3.10/40 8}
Rh7 {5} 39. Rhd1 {3.10/38 0} Rg7 {2} 40. Qc2 {3.10/42 11} Nfd7 {7} 41. Bf1 {
3.10/42 13} Be8 {2} 42. Bg2 {3.10/42 12} Qe7 {1} 43. Rh1 {3.10/41 6} Nf8 {2}
44. Qb1 {3.10/39 3} Rh7 {2} 45. Qd3 {3.10/40 3} Rg7 {2} 46. Qc3 {3.10/40 5} Rh7
{2} 47. Rcd1 {3.10/42 5} Rg7 {1} 48. Bh3 {3.10/37 8} Rh7 {3} 49. Ne5 {3.10/39 5
} Nfd7 {11} 50. Nf3 {3.10/39 5} Nf8 {1} 51. Bg2 {3.10/40 2} Rg7 {2} 52. Qa1 {
3.10/39 3} Rh7 {1} 53. Rhe1 {3.10/41 9} Rg7 {1} 54. Rb1 {3.10/38 4} Rh7 {1} 55.
Rbc1 {3.10/41 5} Rf7 {2} 56. Ne5 {3.10/39 5} Rh7 {2} 57. Qc3 {3.10/37 1} Nfd7 {
2} 58. Nd3 {3.10/37 4} Nf8 {1} 59. Red1 {3.10/37 3} Rg7 {1} 60. Rh1 {3.10/40 6}
Rh7 {1} 61. Bf3 {3.10/37 0} Rg7 {2} 62. Bg2 {3.02/39 36} Rh7 {3} 63. Rh2 {
3.10/35 3} Rg7 {4} 64. Ne1 {3.02/41 26} Rh7 {7} 65. Bf1 {3.10/36 2} Rg7 {1} 66.
Be2 {3.10/34 19} Rh7 {2} 67. Nf3 {2.95/29 6} Rf7 {4} 68. Ke1 {3.02/27 2} Rg7 {2
} 69. Kd1 {2.95/25 2} Rh7 {1} 70. Bf1 {2.94/23 4} Rf7 {1} 71. Kc2 {2.94/24 4}
Rh7 {2} 72. Kb2 {2.72/20 5} Rf7 {1} 73. Rh1 {2.64/19 8} Rh7 {1} 74. Kc2 {
2.47/16 0} Rf7 {1} 75. Ne5 {2.30/19 3} Rg7 {1} 76. Bg2 {2.15/23 2} Nfd7 {1} 77.
Nxd7 {2.08/27 0} Nxd7 {5} 78. Rcg1 {2.08/38 0} Nf8 {3} 79. Bf3 {2.08/31 1} Rh7
{4} 80. Ba3 {2.35/35 0} Rg7 {1} 81. Rd1 {2.20/33 1} Rh7 {2} 82. Rd3 {2.20/40 0}
Rg7 {1} 83. Kd1 {2.20/33 0} Rh7 {1} 84. Kc1 {2.20/36 0} Rg7 {1} 85. Rd2 {
2.20/36 0} Rh7 {1} 86. Kb1 {2.20/38 0} Rg7 {1} 87. Bb4 {2.20/33 0} Rh7 {1} 88.
Rdh2 {2.20/34 0} Qf7 {6} 89. Kc1 {2.20/30 0} Bd7 {2} 90. Ba3 {2.20/31 0} Be8 {1
} 91. Bb2 {2.20/36 0} Bd7 {1} 92. Kb1 {2.20/31 0} Be8 {1} 93. Rg2 {2.20/37 0}
Bd7 {1} 94. Bc1 {2.20/32 0} Be8 {1} 95. Ba3 {2.20/39 0} Bd7 {1} 96. Kc2 {
2.20/35 1} Be8 {1} 97. Bb4 {2.20/28 0} Bd7 {1} 98. Kb2 {2.20/30 0} Be8 {1} 99.
Rgh2 {2.20/38 0} Bd7 {2} 100. Qc2 {2.20/30 0} Be8 {1} 101. Rh4 {2.20/29 0} Bd7
{1} 102. Rd1 {2.20/32 0} Be8 {1} 103. Qf2 {2.20/35 0} Bd7 {1} 104. Kb1 {
2.20/31 0} Be8 {1} 105. Qg2 {2.20/34 0} Bd7 {1} 106. Qd2 {2.20/31 0} Be8 {1}
107. Qe1 {2.20/36 0} Bd7 {1} 108. Rh2 {2.20/33 0} Be8 {1} 109. Qd2 {2.20/37 0}
Bd7 {1} 110. Ba3 {2.20/32 0} Be8 {1} 111. Bb2 {2.20/36 0} Bd7 {1} 112. Qe1 {
2.20/31 0} Re8 {1} 113. Rc2 {2.20/31 0} Bc8 {1} 114. Ba3 {2.20/28 0} Re7 {1}
115. Qf2 {2.20/26 1} Rd7 {1} 116. Bb2 {2.20/26 1} Re7 {1} 117. Bc3 {2.12/22 2}
Rd7 {1} 118. Bb4 {2.20/19 0} Re7 {1} 119. Rh1 {2.04/18 1} Rd7 {1} 120. Rd1 {
2.04/18 0} Re7 {1} 121. Rh1 {1.61/18 1} Rd7 {1} 122. Qd2 {1.35/16 0} Re7 {2}
123. Bc3 {1.09/17 0} Rd7 {1} 124. Kb2 {0.81/17 0} Re7 {1} 125. Bd1 {0.60/17 0}
Rd7 {1} 126. e4 {0.65/15 0} dxe4 {5} 127. Rc1 {0.75/15 0} Rd5 {1} 128. Bb3 {
0.91/20 0} Qd7 {2} 129. Qf2 {0.91/18 0} Qe7 {1} 130. Rh2 {0.91/29 0} Qf7 {1}
131. Kb1 {0.91/25 0} Bd7 {1} 132. Be1 {0.90/20 0} Bc8 {1} 133. Qe3 {0.91/25 0}
Bd7 {1} 134. Qc3 {0.91/25 0} Bc8 {1} 135. Bd2 {0.91/26 0} Bd7 {1} 136. Be3 {
0.91/23 0} Bc8 {1} 137. Rhh1 {0.91/22 0} Bd7 {1} 138. Bf2 {0.91/23 0} Bc8 {1}
139. Kb2 {0.91/25 0} Bd7 {1} 140. Bc4 {0.91/25 0} Bc8 {1} 141. Be3 {0.91/23 0}
Qd7 {2} 142. Rhe1 {0.91/21 0} Rg7 {1} 143. Rcd1 {0.91/22 0} Rf7 {1} 144. Kc2 {
0.91/24 0} Rh7 {1} 145. Bb3 {0.91/25 0} Rg7 {1} 146. Bf2 {0.91/21 0} Rh7 {1}
147. Rh1 {0.91/36 0} Qf7 {2} 148. Qb4 {0.91/22 0} Qe7 {1} 149. Qc3 {0.91/28 0}
Qd7 {1} 150. Qe3 {0.91/21 0} Qe7 {1} 151. Bxd5 {0.91/25 0} exd5 {1} 152. Kd2 {
0.91/41 0} Qf7 {6} 153. Kc3 {0.91/25 0} Qe7 {1} 154. Kd2 {0.91/28 0} Qd7 {1}
155. Qc3 {0.91/22 0} Qe7 {1} 156. Ke2 {0.91/25 0} Qf7 {1} 157. Kd2 {0.91/26 0}
Rg7 {8} 158. Ke3 {0.91/25 0} Rh7 {1} 159. Kd2 {0.91/29 0} Rg7 {1} 160. Rde1 {
0.91/23 0} Rh7 {1} 161. Qe3 {0.91/27 0} Rg7 {1} 162. Kc1 {0.91/24 0} Rh7 {1}
163. Kd2 {0.91/46 0} Rg7 {1} 164. Ke2 {0.91/29 0} Rh7 {1} 165. Kf1 {0.91/42 0}
Rg7 {1} 166. Kg2 {0.91/27 0} Rh7 {1} 167. Qd2 {0.91/44 0} Rg7 {1} 168. Be3 {
0.91/24 0} Rh7 {1} 169. Rd1 {0.91/23 0} Rg7 {1} 170. Rc1 {0.91/24 0} Rh7 {2}
171. Rcd1 {0.91/45 0} Rg7 {1} 172. Kf2 {0.91/28 0} Rh7 {1} 173. Rdf1 {0.91/25 0
} Rg7 {1} 174. Rd1 {0.91/29 0} Rh7 {1} 175. Rhe1 {0.91/27 0} Rg7 {1} 176. Rc1 {
0.91/28 0} Rh7 {1} 177. Qc3 {0.91/24 0} Rg7 {1} 178. Bd2 {0.91/26 0} Rh7 {1}
179. Rcd1 {0.91/25 0} Rg7 {1} 180. Rh1 {0.91/26 0} Rh7 {1} 181. Rde1 {0.91/28 0
} Rg7 {1} 182. Be3 {0.91/24 0} Rh7 {1} 0-1

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Dear Chess players,

I played as a human,and I won in the Playchess machine room today, May 5, 2018 versus Stockfish 9 64 BMI2 (4 cores): 32.7 plies; 7.435kN / s Intel (R) Core (TM) i7-5775C CPU @ 3.30GHz 3292MHz, (4 cores, 8 threads).

The game of chess was played with time control of 16 minutes for each player. I have played with the blackones, and when I won, at on time, I still had eight minutes and fifty-three minutes on my watch.

I have decided to start giving example of games against computers at slower time controls, in order to ratify more categorically, and check a way to win by regulations FIDE to the computers of chess.

There is still a group of ignorant people who misinform public opinion who study the pulse of man against machine, teaching and stating that winning on time is not winning.

I have decided to start publishing in the present forum, in order to refute a number of lies from all those who insist on teaching that chess computers do not lose against humans, or that chess computers do not lose on time.

My games of chess against the machines are spontaneous games, played on live in the room of playchess machines, and in no case, are prefabricated creations or lacking scientific verification. The anti-chess system is easy to use by amateurs players, by specialists and by Master.

Best,

Pablo
Father & Grand-Father, human from playchess
usser engines room
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.

Father
Posts: 1301
Joined: Sun Mar 19, 2006 3:39 am
Location: Colombia
Full name: Pablo Ignacio Restrepo

I still had eight minutes and fifty-three seconds in watch

Post by Father » Thu May 03, 2018 8:42 pm

** I still had eight minutes and fifty-three seconds ** on my watch.
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: Grand-Father kill Stockfish at 16 minutes time control.

Post by APassionForCriminalJustic » Fri May 04, 2018 2:31 am

Father wrote:Grand-father - TubbyChess 1-1 Stockfish 9 64 BMI2 (4 cores): 29.9 plies; 7.468kN/s Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-5775C CPU @ 3.30GHz 3292MHz, (4 cores, 8 threads) New Elo: 2285 (+25), Classic.

[pgn][Event "Rated game, 16 min"]
[Site "Engine Room"]
[Date "2018.05.03"]
[Round "?"]
[White "TubbyChess"]
[Black "Grand-father"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "A85"]
[WhiteElo "2435"]
[BlackElo "1620"]
[PlyCount "364"]
[EventDate "2018.05.03"]
[SourceTitle "playchess.com"]
[TimeControl "960"]

1. d4 {B 0} d5 {1} 2. Nf3 {B 0} e6 {0} 3. c4 {B 0} c6 {1} 4. Nc3 {B 0} f5 {1}
5. e3 {B 0} Nf6 {0} 6. Bd3 {B 0} Bd6 {0} 7. O-O {B 0} O-O {1} 8. b3 {B 0} Re8 {
1} 9. Bb2 {0.61/25 26} Qe7 {3} 10. Rc1 {0.62/24 28} a6 {3} 11. c5 {0.85/28 17}
Bc7 {3} 12. Ne2 {0.70/31 100} Kh8 {5} 13. b4 {0.83/27 17} Rg8 {4} 14. h4 {
0.82/30 31} h5 {7} 15. Nf4 {1.49/26 19} g6 {10} 16. Ng5 {1.40/29 25} Rg7 {6}
17. a4 {1.89/28 23} Kg8 {5} 18. Re1 {1.62/30 60} Nh7 {6} 19. Nf3 {1.49/31 17}
Nf8 {9} 20. Ra1 {1.70/28 45} Bd7 {5} 21. g3 {1.75/28 36} Be8 {4} 22. Kg2 {
1.93/25 6} Kh8 {3} 23. Qe2 {1.97/25 22} Kg8 {3} 24. b5 {2.00/28 16} Kh8 {4} 25.
b6 {2.38/25 4} Bd8 {3} 26. a5 {2.30/31 35} Kg8 {3} 27. Ng5 {2.57/29 20} Qd7 {39
} 28. f3 {2.83/28 10} Bxg5 {4} 29. hxg5 {2.62/30 22} Nh7 {1} 30. Nh3 {2.97/28 5
} Qd8 {3} 31. f4 {2.97/30 7} Nf8 {11} 32. Ba3 {2.95/36 16} Rf7 {3} 33. Ng1 {
2.87/35 12} Rh7 {10} 34. Nf3 {3.02/37 22} Bf7 {22} 35. Kf2 {3.25/35 18} Nfd7 {8
} 36. Rac1 {3.36/38 6} Rg7 {3} 37. Bb4 {3.10/39 27} Nf8 {3} 38. Rh1 {3.10/40 8}
Rh7 {5} 39. Rhd1 {3.10/38 0} Rg7 {2} 40. Qc2 {3.10/42 11} Nfd7 {7} 41. Bf1 {
3.10/42 13} Be8 {2} 42. Bg2 {3.10/42 12} Qe7 {1} 43. Rh1 {3.10/41 6} Nf8 {2}
44. Qb1 {3.10/39 3} Rh7 {2} 45. Qd3 {3.10/40 3} Rg7 {2} 46. Qc3 {3.10/40 5} Rh7
{2} 47. Rcd1 {3.10/42 5} Rg7 {1} 48. Bh3 {3.10/37 8} Rh7 {3} 49. Ne5 {3.10/39 5
} Nfd7 {11} 50. Nf3 {3.10/39 5} Nf8 {1} 51. Bg2 {3.10/40 2} Rg7 {2} 52. Qa1 {
3.10/39 3} Rh7 {1} 53. Rhe1 {3.10/41 9} Rg7 {1} 54. Rb1 {3.10/38 4} Rh7 {1} 55.
Rbc1 {3.10/41 5} Rf7 {2} 56. Ne5 {3.10/39 5} Rh7 {2} 57. Qc3 {3.10/37 1} Nfd7 {
2} 58. Nd3 {3.10/37 4} Nf8 {1} 59. Red1 {3.10/37 3} Rg7 {1} 60. Rh1 {3.10/40 6}
Rh7 {1} 61. Bf3 {3.10/37 0} Rg7 {2} 62. Bg2 {3.02/39 36} Rh7 {3} 63. Rh2 {
3.10/35 3} Rg7 {4} 64. Ne1 {3.02/41 26} Rh7 {7} 65. Bf1 {3.10/36 2} Rg7 {1} 66.
Be2 {3.10/34 19} Rh7 {2} 67. Nf3 {2.95/29 6} Rf7 {4} 68. Ke1 {3.02/27 2} Rg7 {2
} 69. Kd1 {2.95/25 2} Rh7 {1} 70. Bf1 {2.94/23 4} Rf7 {1} 71. Kc2 {2.94/24 4}
Rh7 {2} 72. Kb2 {2.72/20 5} Rf7 {1} 73. Rh1 {2.64/19 8} Rh7 {1} 74. Kc2 {
2.47/16 0} Rf7 {1} 75. Ne5 {2.30/19 3} Rg7 {1} 76. Bg2 {2.15/23 2} Nfd7 {1} 77.
Nxd7 {2.08/27 0} Nxd7 {5} 78. Rcg1 {2.08/38 0} Nf8 {3} 79. Bf3 {2.08/31 1} Rh7
{4} 80. Ba3 {2.35/35 0} Rg7 {1} 81. Rd1 {2.20/33 1} Rh7 {2} 82. Rd3 {2.20/40 0}
Rg7 {1} 83. Kd1 {2.20/33 0} Rh7 {1} 84. Kc1 {2.20/36 0} Rg7 {1} 85. Rd2 {
2.20/36 0} Rh7 {1} 86. Kb1 {2.20/38 0} Rg7 {1} 87. Bb4 {2.20/33 0} Rh7 {1} 88.
Rdh2 {2.20/34 0} Qf7 {6} 89. Kc1 {2.20/30 0} Bd7 {2} 90. Ba3 {2.20/31 0} Be8 {1
} 91. Bb2 {2.20/36 0} Bd7 {1} 92. Kb1 {2.20/31 0} Be8 {1} 93. Rg2 {2.20/37 0}
Bd7 {1} 94. Bc1 {2.20/32 0} Be8 {1} 95. Ba3 {2.20/39 0} Bd7 {1} 96. Kc2 {
2.20/35 1} Be8 {1} 97. Bb4 {2.20/28 0} Bd7 {1} 98. Kb2 {2.20/30 0} Be8 {1} 99.
Rgh2 {2.20/38 0} Bd7 {2} 100. Qc2 {2.20/30 0} Be8 {1} 101. Rh4 {2.20/29 0} Bd7
{1} 102. Rd1 {2.20/32 0} Be8 {1} 103. Qf2 {2.20/35 0} Bd7 {1} 104. Kb1 {
2.20/31 0} Be8 {1} 105. Qg2 {2.20/34 0} Bd7 {1} 106. Qd2 {2.20/31 0} Be8 {1}
107. Qe1 {2.20/36 0} Bd7 {1} 108. Rh2 {2.20/33 0} Be8 {1} 109. Qd2 {2.20/37 0}
Bd7 {1} 110. Ba3 {2.20/32 0} Be8 {1} 111. Bb2 {2.20/36 0} Bd7 {1} 112. Qe1 {
2.20/31 0} Re8 {1} 113. Rc2 {2.20/31 0} Bc8 {1} 114. Ba3 {2.20/28 0} Re7 {1}
115. Qf2 {2.20/26 1} Rd7 {1} 116. Bb2 {2.20/26 1} Re7 {1} 117. Bc3 {2.12/22 2}
Rd7 {1} 118. Bb4 {2.20/19 0} Re7 {1} 119. Rh1 {2.04/18 1} Rd7 {1} 120. Rd1 {
2.04/18 0} Re7 {1} 121. Rh1 {1.61/18 1} Rd7 {1} 122. Qd2 {1.35/16 0} Re7 {2}
123. Bc3 {1.09/17 0} Rd7 {1} 124. Kb2 {0.81/17 0} Re7 {1} 125. Bd1 {0.60/17 0}
Rd7 {1} 126. e4 {0.65/15 0} dxe4 {5} 127. Rc1 {0.75/15 0} Rd5 {1} 128. Bb3 {
0.91/20 0} Qd7 {2} 129. Qf2 {0.91/18 0} Qe7 {1} 130. Rh2 {0.91/29 0} Qf7 {1}
131. Kb1 {0.91/25 0} Bd7 {1} 132. Be1 {0.90/20 0} Bc8 {1} 133. Qe3 {0.91/25 0}
Bd7 {1} 134. Qc3 {0.91/25 0} Bc8 {1} 135. Bd2 {0.91/26 0} Bd7 {1} 136. Be3 {
0.91/23 0} Bc8 {1} 137. Rhh1 {0.91/22 0} Bd7 {1} 138. Bf2 {0.91/23 0} Bc8 {1}
139. Kb2 {0.91/25 0} Bd7 {1} 140. Bc4 {0.91/25 0} Bc8 {1} 141. Be3 {0.91/23 0}
Qd7 {2} 142. Rhe1 {0.91/21 0} Rg7 {1} 143. Rcd1 {0.91/22 0} Rf7 {1} 144. Kc2 {
0.91/24 0} Rh7 {1} 145. Bb3 {0.91/25 0} Rg7 {1} 146. Bf2 {0.91/21 0} Rh7 {1}
147. Rh1 {0.91/36 0} Qf7 {2} 148. Qb4 {0.91/22 0} Qe7 {1} 149. Qc3 {0.91/28 0}
Qd7 {1} 150. Qe3 {0.91/21 0} Qe7 {1} 151. Bxd5 {0.91/25 0} exd5 {1} 152. Kd2 {
0.91/41 0} Qf7 {6} 153. Kc3 {0.91/25 0} Qe7 {1} 154. Kd2 {0.91/28 0} Qd7 {1}
155. Qc3 {0.91/22 0} Qe7 {1} 156. Ke2 {0.91/25 0} Qf7 {1} 157. Kd2 {0.91/26 0}
Rg7 {8} 158. Ke3 {0.91/25 0} Rh7 {1} 159. Kd2 {0.91/29 0} Rg7 {1} 160. Rde1 {
0.91/23 0} Rh7 {1} 161. Qe3 {0.91/27 0} Rg7 {1} 162. Kc1 {0.91/24 0} Rh7 {1}
163. Kd2 {0.91/46 0} Rg7 {1} 164. Ke2 {0.91/29 0} Rh7 {1} 165. Kf1 {0.91/42 0}
Rg7 {1} 166. Kg2 {0.91/27 0} Rh7 {1} 167. Qd2 {0.91/44 0} Rg7 {1} 168. Be3 {
0.91/24 0} Rh7 {1} 169. Rd1 {0.91/23 0} Rg7 {1} 170. Rc1 {0.91/24 0} Rh7 {2}
171. Rcd1 {0.91/45 0} Rg7 {1} 172. Kf2 {0.91/28 0} Rh7 {1} 173. Rdf1 {0.91/25 0
} Rg7 {1} 174. Rd1 {0.91/29 0} Rh7 {1} 175. Rhe1 {0.91/27 0} Rg7 {1} 176. Rc1 {
0.91/28 0} Rh7 {1} 177. Qc3 {0.91/24 0} Rg7 {1} 178. Bd2 {0.91/26 0} Rh7 {1}
179. Rcd1 {0.91/25 0} Rg7 {1} 180. Rh1 {0.91/26 0} Rh7 {1} 181. Rde1 {0.91/28 0
} Rg7 {1} 182. Be3 {0.91/24 0} Rh7 {1} 0-1

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Dear Chess players,

I played as a human,and I won in the Playchess machine room today, May 5, 2018 versus Stockfish 9 64 BMI2 (4 cores): 32.7 plies; 7.435kN / s Intel (R) Core (TM) i7-5775C CPU @ 3.30GHz 3292MHz, (4 cores, 8 threads).

The game of chess was played with time control of 16 minutes for each player. I have played with the blackones, and when I won, at on time, I still had eight minutes and fifty-three minutes on my watch.

I have decided to start giving example of games against computers at slower time controls, in order to ratify more categorically, and check a way to win by regulations FIDE to the computers of chess.

There is still a group of ignorant people who misinform public opinion who study the pulse of man against machine, teaching and stating that winning on time is not winning.

I have decided to start publishing in the present forum, in order to refute a number of lies from all those who insist on teaching that chess computers do not lose against humans, or that chess computers do not lose on time.

My games of chess against the machines are spontaneous games, played on live in the room of playchess machines, and in no case, are prefabricated creations or lacking scientific verification. The anti-chess system is easy to use by amateurs players, by specialists and by Master.

Best,

Pablo
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Yet another troll like yourself. You aren't even 10 percent of Stockfish. Winning on time means absolutely nothing. You won nothing. Only ignorant people are delusional people like yourselves who are too conceited to understand that man versus machine is effectively over. Solid opening book and you are toast.

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a commun mistake ..

Post by Father » Fri May 04, 2018 3:49 am

...you are in a mistake.

I played today two games against Stockfish at 16-0 rated game.
My score today is 1-1 playing against this machine and hardware. My score as human being playing Stockfish is 50% today and my elo today has been exactly same Stockfish is.
about a book... I am waiting for it, or for an special production of anti father top engines ...

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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: a commun mistake ..

Post by JJJ » Fri May 04, 2018 8:29 am

So you re still thinking a win because of lag is a true win ?
I can win Stockfish either then, I set 10 secondes games and Stockfish can play every one sec. 10 moves and I win.

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Re: a commun mistake and lie.

Post by Father » Fri May 04, 2018 6:44 pm

:shock: ...You are in a mistake too and ..I won, and the machine lost. I wonder what happen with the evidence ? DO you need a 60- 0 time control or games with time increment per move ? I could beat easily there too? ...then...
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: a commun mistake and lie.

Post by JJJ » Sat May 05, 2018 5:46 am

Father wrote::shock: ...You are in a mistake too and ..I won, and the machine lost. I wonder what happen with the evidence ? DO you need a 60- 0 time control or games with time increment per move ? I could beat easily there too? ...then...
You didn't win, you held a draw. You re the only one thinking a draw won on lag is a win here.

Yes, you might time increment. But if the gui is too laggy, you might still win on lag.

So the only thing I want to see from you to claim a win is a checkmate, not a draw fake win on time.

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Re: a commun mistake and lie.

Post by Laskos » Sat May 05, 2018 7:52 am

JJJ wrote:
Father wrote::shock: ...You are in a mistake too and ..I won, and the machine lost. I wonder what happen with the evidence ? DO you need a 60- 0 time control or games with time increment per move ? I could beat easily there too? ...then...
You didn't win, you held a draw. You re the only one thinking a draw won on lag is a win here.

Yes, you might time increment. But if the gui is too laggy, you might still win on lag.

So the only thing I want to see from you to claim a win is a checkmate, not a draw fake win on time.
Well, holding a draw is something. That to not happen, set these conditions (with a reasonable lag):

Engine: Komodo 11 on as many cores Pablo wants, from 1 to dozens.
TC: 5 minutes base + 3 seconds increment (300''+ 3'')
Set: Contempt=200 in Komodo 11

I am sure Pablo will not get even a single draw in 100 games, never mind winning. Again, the lag should be reasonable.

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Re: a commun mistake and lie.

Post by JJJ » Sat May 05, 2018 10:40 am

Laskos wrote:
JJJ wrote:
Father wrote::shock: ...You are in a mistake too and ..I won, and the machine lost. I wonder what happen with the evidence ? DO you need a 60- 0 time control or games with time increment per move ? I could beat easily there too? ...then...
You didn't win, you held a draw. You re the only one thinking a draw won on lag is a win here.

Yes, you might time increment. But if the gui is too laggy, you might still win on lag.

So the only thing I want to see from you to claim a win is a checkmate, not a draw fake win on time.
Well, holding a draw is something. That to not happen, set these conditions (with a reasonable lag):

Engine: Komodo 11 on as many cores Pablo wants, from 1 to dozens.
TC: 5 minutes base + 3 seconds increment (300''+ 3'')
Set: Contempt=200 in Komodo 11

I am sure Pablo will not get even a single draw in 100 games, never mind winning. Again, the lag should be reasonable.
I don't know, maybe contempt will avoid exchange and then Pablo might block the game with his pawn from time to time.

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Re: a commun mistake and lie.

Post by Laskos » Sat May 05, 2018 11:03 am

JJJ wrote:
Laskos wrote:
JJJ wrote:
Father wrote::shock: ...You are in a mistake too and ..I won, and the machine lost. I wonder what happen with the evidence ? DO you need a 60- 0 time control or games with time increment per move ? I could beat easily there too? ...then...
You didn't win, you held a draw. You re the only one thinking a draw won on lag is a win here.

Yes, you might time increment. But if the gui is too laggy, you might still win on lag.

So the only thing I want to see from you to claim a win is a checkmate, not a draw fake win on time.
Well, holding a draw is something. That to not happen, set these conditions (with a reasonable lag):

Engine: Komodo 11 on as many cores Pablo wants, from 1 to dozens.
TC: 5 minutes base + 3 seconds increment (300''+ 3'')
Set: Contempt=200 in Komodo 11

I am sure Pablo will not get even a single draw in 100 games, never mind winning. Again, the lag should be reasonable.
I don't know, maybe contempt will avoid exchange and then Pablo might block the game with his pawn from time to time.
No, I think any blockade, even without exchange, will make Komodo give piece for a pawn or two. Komodo with many pieces on board will beat Pablo in open positions even having -300cp real eval.

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