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Hugo
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Re: 3Champs reloaded

Post by Hugo » Mon Dec 09, 2013 4:45 am

amazing game!

[pgn]
[Event "3Champs2013"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2013.12.08"]
[Round "26.2"]
[White "Houdini 4 Pro x64 x12"]
[Black "Komodo 1142.00 64-bit x12-2"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "B33"]
[Annotator "0.33;0.28"]
[PlyCount "94"]
[EventDate "2013.11.28"]
[EventType "tourn"]
[Source "Doe"]
[TimeControl "5400+15"]

{Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2697 v2 @ 2.70GHz 2699 MHz W=27.9 plies; 20.141kN/s;
Fritz 14.ctg B=25.8 plies; 16.661kN/s; Fritz 14.ctg} 1. e4 {B/0 0} c5 {B/0 0}
2. Nf3 {B/0 0} Nc6 {B/0 0} 3. d4 {B/0 0} cxd4 {B/0 0} 4. Nxd4 {B/0 0} e5 {B/0 0
} 5. Nb5 {B/0 0} d6 {B/0 0} 6. N1c3 {0.33/27 119} a6 {0.28/25 164} 7. Na3 {
0.28/28 29} Nf6 {(b5) 0.20/25 196} 8. Bg5 {(Nc4) 0.43/28 108} b5 {0.18/24 82}
9. Bxf6 {0.37/27 15} gxf6 {0.16/24 40} 10. Nd5 {0.41/28 101} f5 {0.26/26 36}
11. Bd3 {0.35/27 108} Be6 {0.22/26 73} 12. O-O {0.27/26 30} Bxd5 {0.19/24 41}
13. exd5 {0.37/28 135} Ne7 {0.19/27 28} 14. Nxb5 {0.31/29 134} Bg7 {0.20/28 139
} 15. Nc3 {0.36/30 10} O-O {(e4) 0.15/25 66} 16. Qh5 {(Qd2) 0.42/30 119} e4 {
0.09/27 189} 17. Bc4 {0.18/29 177} Qc8 {(Qc7) 0.00/28 65} 18. Bb3 {0.17/27 168}
Bxc3 {0.00/28 14} 19. bxc3 {0.12/27 377} f4 {0.00/29 243} 20. Qg5+ {
(Qe2) 0.13/29 0} Ng6 {0.00/26 36} 21. Qf6 {0.13/29 225} Qd8 {0.00/27 25} 22.
Qxd8 {0.11/29 52} Rfxd8 {0.00/28 131} 23. Rfd1 {(Rad1) 0.11/29 0} f5 {
0.00/26 55} 24. f3 {-0.04/30 248} Re8 {(Rac8) -0.15/27 147} 25. Rab1 {
(fxe4) -0.01/27 277} Kh8 {(Nh4) -0.27/25 247} 26. fxe4 {(Rd4) -0.06/28 509}
fxe4 {-0.23/25 99} 27. Rd4 {-0.12/28 0} Re5 {(Re7) -0.15/26 179} 28. Re1 {
-0.06/27 58} Rae8 {(e3) -0.37/28 78} 29. Kf1 {(Ba4) -0.03/26 99} Nh4 {
(Kg7) -0.61/26 137} 30. Ra4 {(Ba4) -0.12/29 74} h5 {(f3) -0.56/27 98} 31. Re2 {
(g3) -0.10/28 85} a5 {-0.96/23 54} 32. Ke1 {(a3) -0.12/29 6} Nf5 {
(Kh7) -1.35/25 131} 33. Bc4 {(c4) -0.45/26 444} h4 {(Rg8) -1.62/24 43} 34. Bb5
{-1.29/26 64} R8e7 {(Rb8) -1.87/26 77} 35. Kf2 {-1.32/27 103} h3 {
(Ne3) -1.98/26 10} 36. gxh3 {-1.68/27 65} Kg7 {(f3) -1.94/27 22} 37. Ba6 {
(Re1) -2.02/26 205} Kf6 {(Nh4) -2.37/26 121} 38. Re1 {-2.55/26 170} Nh4 {
-2.71/26 78} 39. Rd4 {(Be2) -2.38/27 49} e3+ {-3.56/24 47} 40. Kf1 {-2.80/27 6}
Re4 {(Kg5) -3.83/24 38} 41. Rxe4 {-4.33/29 141} Rxe4 {-4.35/27 35} 42. Bd3 {
(Ke2) -4.06/28 10} Re5 {-4.79/25 38} 43. Be2 {(Rd1) -4.29/29 45} f3 {
-6.60/23 30} 44. c4 {(Rb1) -4.48/28 75} Kf5 {(fxe2+) -9.91/24 40} 45. Rb1 {
-8.39/28 244} Ke4 {(fxe2+) -#22/26 157} 46. Rb8 {(Bd1) -15.24/29 206} fxe2+ {
-15.47/26 69} 47. Kxe2 {-17.56/30 50} Nf3 {(Ng2) -#28/24 131} 0-1


[/pgn]

Lyudmil Tsvetkov
Posts: 6052
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Re: 3Champs reloaded

Post by Lyudmil Tsvetkov » Mon Dec 09, 2013 4:17 pm

Hugo wrote:amazing game!

[pgn]
[Event "3Champs2013"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2013.12.08"]
[Round "26.2"]
[White "Houdini 4 Pro x64 x12"]
[Black "Komodo 1142.00 64-bit x12-2"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "B33"]
[Annotator "0.33;0.28"]
[PlyCount "94"]
[EventDate "2013.11.28"]
[EventType "tourn"]
[Source "Doe"]
[TimeControl "5400+15"]

{Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2697 v2 @ 2.70GHz 2699 MHz W=27.9 plies; 20.141kN/s;
Fritz 14.ctg B=25.8 plies; 16.661kN/s; Fritz 14.ctg} 1. e4 {B/0 0} c5 {B/0 0}
2. Nf3 {B/0 0} Nc6 {B/0 0} 3. d4 {B/0 0} cxd4 {B/0 0} 4. Nxd4 {B/0 0} e5 {B/0 0
} 5. Nb5 {B/0 0} d6 {B/0 0} 6. N1c3 {0.33/27 119} a6 {0.28/25 164} 7. Na3 {
0.28/28 29} Nf6 {(b5) 0.20/25 196} 8. Bg5 {(Nc4) 0.43/28 108} b5 {0.18/24 82}
9. Bxf6 {0.37/27 15} gxf6 {0.16/24 40} 10. Nd5 {0.41/28 101} f5 {0.26/26 36}
11. Bd3 {0.35/27 108} Be6 {0.22/26 73} 12. O-O {0.27/26 30} Bxd5 {0.19/24 41}
13. exd5 {0.37/28 135} Ne7 {0.19/27 28} 14. Nxb5 {0.31/29 134} Bg7 {0.20/28 139
} 15. Nc3 {0.36/30 10} O-O {(e4) 0.15/25 66} 16. Qh5 {(Qd2) 0.42/30 119} e4 {
0.09/27 189} 17. Bc4 {0.18/29 177} Qc8 {(Qc7) 0.00/28 65} 18. Bb3 {0.17/27 168}
Bxc3 {0.00/28 14} 19. bxc3 {0.12/27 377} f4 {0.00/29 243} 20. Qg5+ {
(Qe2) 0.13/29 0} Ng6 {0.00/26 36} 21. Qf6 {0.13/29 225} Qd8 {0.00/27 25} 22.
Qxd8 {0.11/29 52} Rfxd8 {0.00/28 131} 23. Rfd1 {(Rad1) 0.11/29 0} f5 {
0.00/26 55} 24. f3 {-0.04/30 248} Re8 {(Rac8) -0.15/27 147} 25. Rab1 {
(fxe4) -0.01/27 277} Kh8 {(Nh4) -0.27/25 247} 26. fxe4 {(Rd4) -0.06/28 509}
fxe4 {-0.23/25 99} 27. Rd4 {-0.12/28 0} Re5 {(Re7) -0.15/26 179} 28. Re1 {
-0.06/27 58} Rae8 {(e3) -0.37/28 78} 29. Kf1 {(Ba4) -0.03/26 99} Nh4 {
(Kg7) -0.61/26 137} 30. Ra4 {(Ba4) -0.12/29 74} h5 {(f3) -0.56/27 98} 31. Re2 {
(g3) -0.10/28 85} a5 {-0.96/23 54} 32. Ke1 {(a3) -0.12/29 6} Nf5 {
(Kh7) -1.35/25 131} 33. Bc4 {(c4) -0.45/26 444} h4 {(Rg8) -1.62/24 43} 34. Bb5
{-1.29/26 64} R8e7 {(Rb8) -1.87/26 77} 35. Kf2 {-1.32/27 103} h3 {
(Ne3) -1.98/26 10} 36. gxh3 {-1.68/27 65} Kg7 {(f3) -1.94/27 22} 37. Ba6 {
(Re1) -2.02/26 205} Kf6 {(Nh4) -2.37/26 121} 38. Re1 {-2.55/26 170} Nh4 {
-2.71/26 78} 39. Rd4 {(Be2) -2.38/27 49} e3+ {-3.56/24 47} 40. Kf1 {-2.80/27 6}
Re4 {(Kg5) -3.83/24 38} 41. Rxe4 {-4.33/29 141} Rxe4 {-4.35/27 35} 42. Bd3 {
(Ke2) -4.06/28 10} Re5 {-4.79/25 38} 43. Be2 {(Rd1) -4.29/29 45} f3 {
-6.60/23 30} 44. c4 {(Rb1) -4.48/28 75} Kf5 {(fxe2+) -9.91/24 40} 45. Rb1 {
-8.39/28 244} Ke4 {(fxe2+) -#22/26 157} 46. Rb8 {(Bd1) -15.24/29 206} fxe2+ {
-15.47/26 69} 47. Kxe2 {-17.56/30 50} Nf3 {(Ng2) -#28/24 131} 0-1


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I am not a specialist in theory, but I guess that many of the black moves played from move 5 to move 15 do not match theory. They do not match theory, but they are winning the game. :) I.e., had you played with a 10-move book, or a 15-move book, the outcome would have been different.

Maybe it is about time for chess databases to start referring to games played by engines in different competitions when they point to the usefulness of positions and lines.

ouachita
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Re: 3Champs reloaded

Post by ouachita » Mon Dec 09, 2013 5:04 pm

Lyudmil Tsvetkov wrote:
Hugo wrote:amazing game!

[pgn]
[Event "3Champs2013"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2013.12.08"]
[Round "26.2"]
[White "Houdini 4 Pro x64 x12"]
[Black "Komodo 1142.00 64-bit x12-2"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "B33"]
[Annotator "0.33;0.28"]
[PlyCount "94"]
[EventDate "2013.11.28"]
[EventType "tourn"]
[Source "Doe"]
[TimeControl "5400+15"]

{Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2697 v2 @ 2.70GHz 2699 MHz W=27.9 plies; 20.141kN/s;
Fritz 14.ctg B=25.8 plies; 16.661kN/s; Fritz 14.ctg} 1. e4 {B/0 0} c5 {B/0 0}
2. Nf3 {B/0 0} Nc6 {B/0 0} 3. d4 {B/0 0} cxd4 {B/0 0} 4. Nxd4 {B/0 0} e5 {B/0 0
} 5. Nb5 {B/0 0} d6 {B/0 0} 6. N1c3 {0.33/27 119} a6 {0.28/25 164} 7. Na3 {
0.28/28 29} Nf6 {(b5) 0.20/25 196} 8. Bg5 {(Nc4) 0.43/28 108} b5 {0.18/24 82}
9. Bxf6 {0.37/27 15} gxf6 {0.16/24 40} 10. Nd5 {0.41/28 101} f5 {0.26/26 36}
11. Bd3 {0.35/27 108} Be6 {0.22/26 73} 12. O-O {0.27/26 30} Bxd5 {0.19/24 41}
13. exd5 {0.37/28 135} Ne7 {0.19/27 28} 14. Nxb5 {0.31/29 134} Bg7 {0.20/28 139
} 15. Nc3 {0.36/30 10} O-O {(e4) 0.15/25 66} 16. Qh5 {(Qd2) 0.42/30 119} e4 {
0.09/27 189} 17. Bc4 {0.18/29 177} Qc8 {(Qc7) 0.00/28 65} 18. Bb3 {0.17/27 168}
Bxc3 {0.00/28 14} 19. bxc3 {0.12/27 377} f4 {0.00/29 243} 20. Qg5+ {
(Qe2) 0.13/29 0} Ng6 {0.00/26 36} 21. Qf6 {0.13/29 225} Qd8 {0.00/27 25} 22.
Qxd8 {0.11/29 52} Rfxd8 {0.00/28 131} 23. Rfd1 {(Rad1) 0.11/29 0} f5 {
0.00/26 55} 24. f3 {-0.04/30 248} Re8 {(Rac8) -0.15/27 147} 25. Rab1 {
(fxe4) -0.01/27 277} Kh8 {(Nh4) -0.27/25 247} 26. fxe4 {(Rd4) -0.06/28 509}
fxe4 {-0.23/25 99} 27. Rd4 {-0.12/28 0} Re5 {(Re7) -0.15/26 179} 28. Re1 {
-0.06/27 58} Rae8 {(e3) -0.37/28 78} 29. Kf1 {(Ba4) -0.03/26 99} Nh4 {
(Kg7) -0.61/26 137} 30. Ra4 {(Ba4) -0.12/29 74} h5 {(f3) -0.56/27 98} 31. Re2 {
(g3) -0.10/28 85} a5 {-0.96/23 54} 32. Ke1 {(a3) -0.12/29 6} Nf5 {
(Kh7) -1.35/25 131} 33. Bc4 {(c4) -0.45/26 444} h4 {(Rg8) -1.62/24 43} 34. Bb5
{-1.29/26 64} R8e7 {(Rb8) -1.87/26 77} 35. Kf2 {-1.32/27 103} h3 {
(Ne3) -1.98/26 10} 36. gxh3 {-1.68/27 65} Kg7 {(f3) -1.94/27 22} 37. Ba6 {
(Re1) -2.02/26 205} Kf6 {(Nh4) -2.37/26 121} 38. Re1 {-2.55/26 170} Nh4 {
-2.71/26 78} 39. Rd4 {(Be2) -2.38/27 49} e3+ {-3.56/24 47} 40. Kf1 {-2.80/27 6}
Re4 {(Kg5) -3.83/24 38} 41. Rxe4 {-4.33/29 141} Rxe4 {-4.35/27 35} 42. Bd3 {
(Ke2) -4.06/28 10} Re5 {-4.79/25 38} 43. Be2 {(Rd1) -4.29/29 45} f3 {
-6.60/23 30} 44. c4 {(Rb1) -4.48/28 75} Kf5 {(fxe2+) -9.91/24 40} 45. Rb1 {
-8.39/28 244} Ke4 {(fxe2+) -#22/26 157} 46. Rb8 {(Bd1) -15.24/29 206} fxe2+ {
-15.47/26 69} 47. Kxe2 {-17.56/30 50} Nf3 {(Ng2) -#28/24 131} 0-1


[/pgn]
I am not a specialist in theory, but I guess that many of the black moves played from move 5 to move 15 do not match theory. They do not match theory, but they are winning the game. :)
I can find all of black and white's moves in my d/b thru move 15, and I see that black plays the best moves in my d/b thru move 15 and is winning. My d/b does not have 16.Qh5 but has 16.Qd2 as white's best but with 43% success.
SIM, PhD, MBA, PE

IGarcia
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Re: 3Champs reloaded

Post by IGarcia » Tue Dec 10, 2013 12:04 pm

ouachita wrote:
Lyudmil Tsvetkov wrote:
Hugo wrote:amazing game!

I am not a specialist in theory, but I guess that many of the black moves played from move 5 to move 15 do not match theory. They do not match theory, but they are winning the game. :)
I can find all of black and white's moves in my d/b thru move 15, and I see that black plays the best moves in my d/b thru move 15 and is winning. My d/b does not have 16.Qh5 but has 16.Qd2 as white's best but with 43% success.
Here too, only up to 15, then 16.Qd2

Game with top players in my db :

[pgn]

[Event "ch-SRB"]
[Site "Kragujevac SRB"]
[Date "2010.04.28"]
[Round "10"]
[White "Perunovic, Milos"]
[Black "Bogosavljevic, Boban"]
[Result "0-1"]
[WhiteElo "2574"]
[BlackElo "2531"]
[ECO "B33y"]
[EventDate "2010.04.18"]

1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 e5 6.Ndb5 d6 7.Bg5 a6 8.Na3
b5 9.Bxf6 gxf6 10.Nd5 f5 11.Bd3 Be6 12.O-O Bxd5 13.exd5 Ne7 14.Nxb5 Bg7
15.Nc3 O-O 16.Qd2 e4 17.Be2 Ng6 18.Kh1 Re8 19.f4 Qa5 20.g4 Rab8 21.gxf5
Rxb2 22.fxg6 hxg6 23.f5 Qxc3 24.Qf4 Qe5 25.fxg6 Qxf4 26.Rxf4 fxg6 27.Bg4
Rxc2 28.Re1 Be5 29.Rexe4 Kg7 30.Be2 Rxa2 31.h4 Rc8 32.Rg4 Rc1+ 33.Rg1 Rcc2
34.Rg2 Kh6 35.Kg1 a5 36.Bf1 Rxg2+ 37.Bxg2 a4 38.Bf3 a3 39.Ra4 Kg7 40.h5
gxh5 41.Bxh5 Rh2 42.Bd1 Rd2 43.Bb3 Rb2 44.Bc4 Bd4+ 45.Kf1 Bc5 46.Ke1 Kf6
47.Kd1 Ke5 0-1
[/pgn]

Very nice tournament Clemens!

mbabigian
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Location: US
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Re: 3Champs reloaded

Post by mbabigian » Fri Dec 13, 2013 5:37 pm

What contempt settings did you use?

Hugo
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Re: 3Champs reloaded

Post by Hugo » Sat Dec 14, 2013 8:41 am

so many nice games...
Heres another one :)
[pgn]
[Event "3Champs2013"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2013.12.13"]
[Round "39.1"]
[White "Houdini 4 Pro x64 x12"]
[Black "Stockfish 241113 64 SSE4.2"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "C47"]
[Annotator "0.01;-0.16"]
[PlyCount "111"]
[EventDate "2013.11.28"]
[EventType "tourn"]
[Source "Doe"]
[TimeControl "5400+15"]

{Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2697 v2 @ 2.70GHz 2699 MHz W=27.2 plies; 20.634kN/s;
Fritz 14.ctg B=34.9 plies; 14.851kN/s; Fritz 14.ctg} 1. e4 {B/0 0} e5 {B/0 0}
2. Nf3 {B/0 0} Nf6 {B/0 0} 3. Nc3 {B/0 0} Nc6 {B/0 0} 4. d4 {B/0 0} exd4 {B/0 0
} 5. Nxd4 {B/0 0} Bb4 {B/0 0} 6. Nxc6 {0.01/27 109} bxc6 {-0.16/33 75} 7. Bd3 {
0.00/28 78} d5 {(0-0) -0.20/33 91} 8. exd5 {(0-0) 0.02/27 204} cxd5 {
(0-0) -0.16/33 182} 9. a3 {(0-0) 0.11/29 726} Be7 {(Bxc3+) 0.00/32 108} 10. O-O
{0.12/28 114} O-O {-0.16/32 23} 11. Bf4 {(Re1) 0.03/27 149} c5 {-0.07/31 113}
12. b3 {(Re1) 0.06/29 132} Bg4 {(a6) 0.00/34 126} 13. Qd2 {0.15/26 74} d4 {
(Be6) 0.00/35 21} 14. Ne4 {0.16/28 265} Nd5 {0.00/39 0} 15. Rfe1 {0.12/27 155}
Nxf4 {0.00/40 0} 16. Qxf4 {0.13/25 0} Be6 {0.00/40 148} 17. h4 {
(Qf3) 0.11/26 218} g6 {(Rc8) 0.00/35 130} 18. h5 {(Qe5) 0.26/27 205} Rc8 {
0.00/32 127} 19. Re2 {(Rad1) 0.27/28 88} Bd5 {(c4) 0.08/34 283} 20. Rae1 {
0.31/26 77} Rc7 {(Rc6) 0.30/37 625} 21. Qe5 {0.38/26 176} Rd7 {(Rc6) 0.28/36 0}
22. Bb5 {(Qh2) 0.52/27 317} Rc7 {0.40/36 258} 23. a4 {(Qg3) 0.76/27 0} Rc8 {
(f6) 0.26/33 194} 24. h6 {(Nc3) 0.63/26 75} f6 {1.09/35 106} 25. Qg3 {0.85/31 0
} Rc7 {0.94/38 171} 26. Nd2 {0.87/31 0} Kh8 {1.13/38 124} 27. Bc4 {0.97/31 0}
Bd6 {1.11/40 115} 28. Qh4 {0.94/32 0} Bf7 {1.33/39 158} 29. Bxf7 {1.04/32 0}
Rcxf7 {1.40/41 235} 30. Nc4 {(Re6) 1.01/33 0} Bc7 {(Bb8) 1.39/38 289} 31. Qe4 {
(Qh3) 1.12/29 66} Qd7 {1.41/36 94} 32. Qf3 {(g3) 1.36/29 104} Kg8 {1.41/35 144}
33. Re6 {1.44/30 0} f5 {(Bb8) 1.65/35 161} 34. R6e2 {(g3) 1.38/30 76} Qd8 {
1.77/34 97} 35. Qc6 {1.40/31 0} Qh4 {(Qc8) 1.91/36 238} 36. g3 {
(Re8) 1.98/25 48} Qxh6 {2.46/34 68} 37. Re7 {2.35/26 0} Bxg3 {(f4) 2.50/36 139}
38. fxg3 {2.43/23 61} Qg5 {2.50/36 17} 39. Qd5 {2.30/25 132} Qxg3+ {2.60/34 76}
40. Kf1 {2.50/26 12} Kg7 {2.60/34 64} 41. Qe5+ {(R1e6) 2.52/25 33} Qxe5 {
2.36/30 57} 42. R7xe5 {2.45/24 10} Rc7 {(d3) 2.98/32 228} 43. Nd6 {2.40/25 47}
Kh6 {(Kg8) 3.05/32 20} 44. Kg2 {(Nb5) 2.91/25 92} Rd7 {3.43/32 136} 45. Re6 {
3.11/26 36} d3 {(Rdd8) 3.57/32 36} 46. cxd3 {3.12/23 25} a5 {3.87/33 32} 47.
R1e5 {(Rc1) 3.48/26 22} Kg5 {(Kg7) 4.20/34 90} 48. Kf3 {(Kg3) 3.83/27 122} Kh5
{4.86/35 102} 49. Kg3 {(Kf4) 3.97/27 69} Kg5 {(Rb8) 4.60/36 117} 50. Rxc5 {
(Ne4+) 4.02/25 40} Ra8 {(Ra7) 5.27/34 104} 51. Kf3 {(Rce5) 4.71/23 35} Kh5 {
6.18/33 135} 52. Kf4 {4.84/29 0} Rb8 {6.42/34 59} 53. Rc2 {(Rb5) 6.21/26 0}
Rb4+ {(g5+) 7.73/33 49} 54. Re4 {6.43/25 11} Kh6 {8.80/35 30} 55. Rxb4 {
6.80/26 0} axb4 {9.29/36 52} 56. Rc6 {7.16/27 91} 1-0

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Lyudmil Tsvetkov
Posts: 6052
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Re: 3Champs reloaded

Post by Lyudmil Tsvetkov » Sat Dec 14, 2013 11:23 am

Hugo wrote:so many nice games...
Heres another one :)
[pgn]
[Event "3Champs2013"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2013.12.13"]
[Round "39.1"]
[White "Houdini 4 Pro x64 x12"]
[Black "Stockfish 241113 64 SSE4.2"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "C47"]
[Annotator "0.01;-0.16"]
[PlyCount "111"]
[EventDate "2013.11.28"]
[EventType "tourn"]
[Source "Doe"]
[TimeControl "5400+15"]

{Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2697 v2 @ 2.70GHz 2699 MHz W=27.2 plies; 20.634kN/s;
Fritz 14.ctg B=34.9 plies; 14.851kN/s; Fritz 14.ctg} 1. e4 {B/0 0} e5 {B/0 0}
2. Nf3 {B/0 0} Nf6 {B/0 0} 3. Nc3 {B/0 0} Nc6 {B/0 0} 4. d4 {B/0 0} exd4 {B/0 0
} 5. Nxd4 {B/0 0} Bb4 {B/0 0} 6. Nxc6 {0.01/27 109} bxc6 {-0.16/33 75} 7. Bd3 {
0.00/28 78} d5 {(0-0) -0.20/33 91} 8. exd5 {(0-0) 0.02/27 204} cxd5 {
(0-0) -0.16/33 182} 9. a3 {(0-0) 0.11/29 726} Be7 {(Bxc3+) 0.00/32 108} 10. O-O
{0.12/28 114} O-O {-0.16/32 23} 11. Bf4 {(Re1) 0.03/27 149} c5 {-0.07/31 113}
12. b3 {(Re1) 0.06/29 132} Bg4 {(a6) 0.00/34 126} 13. Qd2 {0.15/26 74} d4 {
(Be6) 0.00/35 21} 14. Ne4 {0.16/28 265} Nd5 {0.00/39 0} 15. Rfe1 {0.12/27 155}
Nxf4 {0.00/40 0} 16. Qxf4 {0.13/25 0} Be6 {0.00/40 148} 17. h4 {
(Qf3) 0.11/26 218} g6 {(Rc8) 0.00/35 130} 18. h5 {(Qe5) 0.26/27 205} Rc8 {
0.00/32 127} 19. Re2 {(Rad1) 0.27/28 88} Bd5 {(c4) 0.08/34 283} 20. Rae1 {
0.31/26 77} Rc7 {(Rc6) 0.30/37 625} 21. Qe5 {0.38/26 176} Rd7 {(Rc6) 0.28/36 0}
22. Bb5 {(Qh2) 0.52/27 317} Rc7 {0.40/36 258} 23. a4 {(Qg3) 0.76/27 0} Rc8 {
(f6) 0.26/33 194} 24. h6 {(Nc3) 0.63/26 75} f6 {1.09/35 106} 25. Qg3 {0.85/31 0
} Rc7 {0.94/38 171} 26. Nd2 {0.87/31 0} Kh8 {1.13/38 124} 27. Bc4 {0.97/31 0}
Bd6 {1.11/40 115} 28. Qh4 {0.94/32 0} Bf7 {1.33/39 158} 29. Bxf7 {1.04/32 0}
Rcxf7 {1.40/41 235} 30. Nc4 {(Re6) 1.01/33 0} Bc7 {(Bb8) 1.39/38 289} 31. Qe4 {
(Qh3) 1.12/29 66} Qd7 {1.41/36 94} 32. Qf3 {(g3) 1.36/29 104} Kg8 {1.41/35 144}
33. Re6 {1.44/30 0} f5 {(Bb8) 1.65/35 161} 34. R6e2 {(g3) 1.38/30 76} Qd8 {
1.77/34 97} 35. Qc6 {1.40/31 0} Qh4 {(Qc8) 1.91/36 238} 36. g3 {
(Re8) 1.98/25 48} Qxh6 {2.46/34 68} 37. Re7 {2.35/26 0} Bxg3 {(f4) 2.50/36 139}
38. fxg3 {2.43/23 61} Qg5 {2.50/36 17} 39. Qd5 {2.30/25 132} Qxg3+ {2.60/34 76}
40. Kf1 {2.50/26 12} Kg7 {2.60/34 64} 41. Qe5+ {(R1e6) 2.52/25 33} Qxe5 {
2.36/30 57} 42. R7xe5 {2.45/24 10} Rc7 {(d3) 2.98/32 228} 43. Nd6 {2.40/25 47}
Kh6 {(Kg8) 3.05/32 20} 44. Kg2 {(Nb5) 2.91/25 92} Rd7 {3.43/32 136} 45. Re6 {
3.11/26 36} d3 {(Rdd8) 3.57/32 36} 46. cxd3 {3.12/23 25} a5 {3.87/33 32} 47.
R1e5 {(Rc1) 3.48/26 22} Kg5 {(Kg7) 4.20/34 90} 48. Kf3 {(Kg3) 3.83/27 122} Kh5
{4.86/35 102} 49. Kg3 {(Kf4) 3.97/27 69} Kg5 {(Rb8) 4.60/36 117} 50. Rxc5 {
(Ne4+) 4.02/25 40} Ra8 {(Ra7) 5.27/34 104} 51. Kf3 {(Rce5) 4.71/23 35} Kh5 {
6.18/33 135} 52. Kf4 {4.84/29 0} Rb8 {6.42/34 59} 53. Rc2 {(Rb5) 6.21/26 0}
Rb4+ {(g5+) 7.73/33 49} 54. Re4 {6.43/25 11} Kh6 {8.80/35 30} 55. Rxb4 {
6.80/26 0} axb4 {9.29/36 52} 56. Rc6 {7.16/27 91} 1-0

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The interesting thing is why Stockfish does not trade the d5 bishop for the white e4 knight on the 23rd move. The e4 knight is definitely stronger than the bishop, almost an outpost, besides attacking the king.

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Re: 3Champs reloaded

Post by beram » Sat Dec 14, 2013 11:29 am

Probably for its "love of the bishoppair"

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Re: 3Champs reloaded

Post by mwyoung » Sat Dec 14, 2013 11:38 pm

Looking at the current results of your tournament, it is mirroring other results I have seen. Houdini 4 is clearly behind Stockfish and Komodo. Currently Stockfish is starting to take a commanding lead.

Houdini is going to have to make changes in its release structure, it is already behind Stockfish and Komodo. And they seem fine with releasing new upgrades in a timely manner. In a years time Houdini who is already behind Stockfish and Komodo with the new release of Houdini 4 will be left far behind in a years time.
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Re: 3Champs reloaded

Post by IGarcia » Mon Dec 16, 2013 11:55 am

Updating a post with link & results at R90

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1 	Stockfish 241113 64 SSE4.2      50.5 / 90 	 
2 	Komodo 1142.00 64-bit x12-2	  44.5 / 90 	 
3 	Houdini 4 Pro x64 x12           40.0 / 90 	 
http://www.clemens-keck.de/livegames/

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