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Stockfish TCEC 14 Champion

Post by Leo » Sun Feb 24, 2019 5:35 pm

Congratulations to the Stockfish team on a come from behind victory. LC0 might stand for "Zero" TCEC championships.
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Re: Stockfish TCEC 14 Champion

Post by cdani » Mon Feb 25, 2019 6:56 am

Congratulations!!

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Re: Stockfish TCEC 14 Champion

Post by Jouni » Mon Feb 25, 2019 6:59 am

Surprisingly even match. I remember Kai's test, that Lc0 scales badly. Not true? BTW with old adjucation rule +-6,50 is win it has been 50 - 50 end result! Was it changed to +-10 just because of Lc0?
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Re: Stockfish TCEC 14 Champion

Post by Leo » Mon Feb 25, 2019 4:49 pm

Jouni wrote:
Mon Feb 25, 2019 6:59 am
Surprisingly even match. I remember Kai's test, that Lc0 scales badly. Not true? BTW with old adjucation rule +-6,50 is win it has been 50 - 50 end result! Was it changed to +-10 just because of Lc0?
I think there would have been tie breakers.
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Re: Stockfish TCEC 14 Champion

Post by supersharp77 » Mon Feb 25, 2019 10:55 pm

Leo wrote:
Sun Feb 24, 2019 5:35 pm
Congratulations to the Stockfish team on a come from behind victory. LC0 might stand for "Zero" TCEC championships.
Of Course Stockfish is TCEC Champion!! Was there any Doubts? Stockfish Even Wins "Handicap Matches" LMAO
Congrats Stockfish TEAM.....Well Done!! GOOD JOB!! :D :wink:

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Re: Stockfish TCEC 14 Champion

Post by Leo » Sun Mar 03, 2019 10:35 pm

"Olive, I beat up LCZ again. Maybe for the last time."
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Re: Stockfish TCEC 14 Champion

Post by Gary Internet » Mon Mar 04, 2019 7:07 am

You can't ignore the fact that Lc0 beat SF +16=80-4 in the rapid bonus match. All they did was change the time control from 7200+15 to 720+3 and remove the opening book. The hardware and software involved stayed exactly the same as it was in the superfinal.

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Re: Stockfish TCEC 14 Champion

Post by Uri Blass » Mon Mar 04, 2019 10:48 am

Gary Internet wrote:
Mon Mar 04, 2019 7:07 am
You can't ignore the fact that Lc0 beat SF +16=80-4 in the rapid bonus match. All they did was change the time control from 7200+15 to 720+3 and remove the opening book. The hardware and software involved stayed exactly the same as it was in the superfinal.
For some reason I do not see the pgn in a way that it is possible for programs to understand
I found it in the following site and it is written in a way that even after copy and paste my programs could not understand it.

https://tcec.chessdom.com/event.pgn

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Re: Stockfish TCEC 14 Champion

Post by jp » Mon Mar 04, 2019 10:52 am

Gary Internet wrote:
Mon Mar 04, 2019 7:07 am
All they did was change the time control from 7200+15 to 720+3 and remove the opening book.
What does "remove the opening book" mean? 100 games from the initial start position with no book for SF?
There are huge problems with doing that.

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Re: Stockfish TCEC 14 Champion

Post by Guenther » Mon Mar 04, 2019 11:46 am

Uri Blass wrote:
Mon Mar 04, 2019 10:48 am
Gary Internet wrote:
Mon Mar 04, 2019 7:07 am
You can't ignore the fact that Lc0 beat SF +16=80-4 in the rapid bonus match. All they did was change the time control from 7200+15 to 720+3 and remove the opening book. The hardware and software involved stayed exactly the same as it was in the superfinal.
For some reason I do not see the pgn in a way that it is possible for programs to understand
I found it in the following site and it is written in a way that even after copy and paste my programs could not understand it.

https://tcec.chessdom.com/event.pgn
I have a script, which creates nice column style traditional pgn output from the TCEC format.
The file is attached. Note that I was too lazy to work around the unusual 'timeleft', thus only score/depth is included.

Games look like this (example):

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[Event "TCEC Season 14 - end of season bonus Final"]
[Site "http://tcec.chessdom.com"]
[Date "2019.03.01"]
[Round "1.1"]
[White "Stockfish 190203"]
[Black "LCZero v20.2-32930"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[BlackElo "3404"]
[ECO "C50"]
[GameDuration "00:31:07"]
[GameEndTime "2019-03-01T21:14:12.952 W. Europe Standard Time"]
[GameStartTime "2019-03-01T20:43:05.244 W. Europe Standard Time"]
[Opening "Giuoco Pianissimo"]
[PlyCount "152"]
[Termination "adjudication"]
[TerminationDetails "TCEC draw rule"]
[TimeControl "720+3"]
[WhiteElo "3588"]

1. e4 {0.63/32} e5 {0.46/18}
2. Nf3 {0.55/29} Nc6 {0.46/22}
3. Bc4 {0.55/29} Bc5 {0.32/13}
4. d3 {0.59/29} d6 {0.31/13}
5. O-O {0.54/30} Nf6 {0.28/13}
6. c3 {0.37/28} a6 {0.28/13}
7. a4 {0.46/26} O-O {0.27/13}
8. b4 {0.52/29} Ba7 {0.18/11}
9. Nbd2 {0.25/30} Ne7 {0.21/12}
10. Re1 {0.20/29} c6 {0.27/14}
11. d4 {0.24/30} exd4 {0.28/18}
12. cxd4 {0.25/29} d5 {0.32/18}
13. e5 {0.25/29} dxc4 {0.35/17}
14. exf6 {0.07/29} gxf6 {0.33/17}
15. Nxc4 {0.34/28} Be6 {0.33/17}
16. Ncd2 {0.47/27} Nd5 {0.33/17}
17. Ne4 {0.27/30} Kh8 {0.32/16}
18. Nc5 {0.31/29} Bc8 {0.32/16}
19. Bd2 {0.21/32} Rg8 {0.26/16}
20. Qc2 {0.27/29} Bxc5 {-0.12/15}
21. bxc5 {0.30/32} Bh3 {0.05/14}
22. g3 {0.22/33} Rg4 {0.05/13}
23. Qd3 {0.25/30} Qd7 {0.01/13}
24. Rab1 {0.35/33} h5 {-0.19/14}
25. Kh1 {0.24/34} Rag8 {-0.27/16}
26. Ng1 {0.33/30} h4 {0.24/18}
27. Nxh3 {0.31/33} hxg3 {0.30/19}
28. Ng5 {0.27/33} fxg5 {0.29/20}
29. fxg3 {0.00/35} Kg7 {0.28/14}
30. Re5 {0.12/34} f6 {0.23/19}
31. Re2 {0.00/40} Rh8 {0.23/17}
32. Kg1 {0.00/37} Rh3 {0.09/14}
33. Rbe1 {0.00/39} Rgh4 {-0.05/18}
34. Rf2 {0.00/40} Rh8 {-0.04/17}
35. Qf3 {0.00/42} R3h7 {-0.05/18}
36. Re4 {0.00/38} Re8 {-0.15/19}
37. Rg4 {0.00/43} Kh8 {-0.14/20}
38. h4 {0.00/43} gxh4 {-0.14/19}
39. gxh4 {0.00/44} Rg8 {-0.14/18}
40. Rxg8+ {0.00/46} Kxg8 {-0.12/16}
41. Rg2+ {0.00/45} Rg7 {-0.12/15}
42. Rxg7+ {0.00/43} Kxg7 {-0.18/13}
43. Qe4 {0.00/45} Ne7 {-0.14/12}
44. Be3 {0.00/43} Nd5 {-0.11/12}
45. Bd2 {0.00/48} Qf7 {-0.08/13}
46. Qg2+ {0.00/44} Kh7 {-0.17/13}
47. Qf3 {0.00/48} Qg6+ {-0.27/11}
48. Kf1 {0.00/45} Qc2 {-0.27/14}
49. Ke1 {0.00/41} Qxa4 {-0.23/15}
50. Qf5+ {0.00/41} Kg7 {-0.13/18}
51. Qd7+ {0.00/47} Kg8 {-0.20/16}
52. Qe6+ {0.00/38} Kh7 {-0.19/14}
53. Qf7+ {0.00/40} Kh8 {-0.15/10}
54. Qf8+ {0.00/40} Kh7 {-0.11/8}
55. Qf7+ {0.00/41} Kh8 {-0.07/5}
56. Qf8+ {0.00/46} Kh7 {-0.04/3}
57. Qh6+ {0.00/45} Kg8 {-0.43/12}
58. Qg6+ {0.00/41} Kh8 {-0.06/11}
59. h5 {0.00/49} Qa1+ {-0.06/14}
60. Ke2 {0.00/46} Qxd4 {-0.05/11}
61. Qe8+ {0.00/49} Kh7 {-0.05/10}
62. Qf7+ {0.00/50} Kh8 {-0.11/8}
63. Qe8+ {0.00/48} Kh7 {-0.04/7}
64. Qd7+ {0.00/46} Kh8 {-0.02/6}
65. Qc8+ {0.00/47} Kh7 {-0.06/11}
66. Qxb7+ {0.00/47} Kg8 {-0.11/15}
67. Qc8+ {0.00/46} Kf7 {-0.09/14}
68. Qd7+ {0.00/45} Kg8 {-0.09/12}
69. Qe6+ {0.00/48} Kh7 {-0.15/14}
70. Qf7+ {0.00/48} Kh8 {-0.21/18}
71. Qe8+ {0.00/46} Kh7 {-0.11/9}
72. Qf7+ {0.00/48} Kh8 {-0.07/5}
73. Qe8+ {0.00/44} Kh7 {-0.03/3}
74. Qd7+ {0.00/50} Kh8 {-0.04/4}
75. Qc8+ {0.00/47} Kh7 {-0.08/8}
76. Qb7+ {0.00/48} Kh8 {-0.05/7}
1/2-1/2
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