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neelbasant
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Re: Stockfish in Long time control.

Post by neelbasant » Wed Dec 11, 2013 3:45 am

Sicilian Najdorf Bg5 system.

[pgn][Event "NEEL-PC, 120m/40+60m/20+30m"]
[Site "Microsoft"]
[Date "2013.12.10"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Houdini 4 Pro x64 A"]
[Black "Stockfish 091213 64 SSE4.2 Ma"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "B95"]
[WhiteElo "3150"]
[BlackElo "3150"]
[Annotator "0.12;0.16"]
[PlyCount "208"]
[TimeControl "40/7200:20/3600:1800"]

{AMD Phenom(tm) II X6 1075T Processor 3013 MHz W=27.3 plies; 10,232kN/s B=35.
1 plies; 7,055kN/s} 1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 a6 6. Bg5
e6 {Both last book move} 7. Be2 {0.12/27 270} Be7 {0.16/30 114 (Nbd7)} 8. Qd3 {
0.07/26 205 (0-0)} O-O {0.00/32 274 (Qc7)} 9. Qg3 {0.10/27 263 (0-0)} b5 {-0.
10/31 155} 10. Rd1 {0.01/25 257 (a3)} Qc7 {-0.28/31 160} 11. Bh6 {0.00/26 355}
Ne8 {-0.28/34 118} 12. a3 {-0.06/27 202} Bb7 {-0.28/34 132 (Nd7)} 13. O-O {-0.
06/25 119} Nd7 {-0.26/34 128} 14. f3 {-0.06/25 613 (Be3)} Rc8 {-0.32/32 306
(Nb6)} 15. Kh1 {-0.06/26 238 (Bd2)} Kh8 {-0.39/33 120 (Nb6)} 16. Bd2 {-0.16/26
189 (Be3)} Nb6 {-0.36/30 132} 17. b3 {-0.12/26 498} g6 {-0.22/32 408 (Nf6)} 18.
Bd3 {-0.11/25 98} Nd7 {-0.10/32 282 (Nf6)} 19. a4 {-0.01/26 184} Bf6 {-0.06/33
213} 20. Qf2 {0.03/28 281} Qc5 {-0.22/34 177} 21. Nde2 {-0.07/29 99} Qxf2 {0.
00/35 185} 22. Rxf2 {-0.03/27 0} b4 {0.00/36 155} 23. Nb1 {-0.11/29 217 (Na2)}
a5 {-0.22/33 123} 24. Bb5 {-0.01/28 106} Nc5 {-0.18/36 131} 25. Be3 {-0.10/28
136} d5 {-0.26/36 196} 26. exd5 {-0.09/27 108} Bxd5 {-0.28/37 188} 27. Nf4 {-0.
09/29 163} Bb7 {-0.22/37 468 (Ba8)} 28. Re2 {-0.04/29 452} Kg8 {-0.28/37 362}
29. Bf2 {-0.08/28 124} Ng7 {-0.22/36 126} 30. Ree1 {-0.08/29 253 (Nd2)} Nf5 {
-0.20/35 144} 31. Nd2 {-0.09/29 106} Nd6 {-0.26/36 183} 32. Nd3 {-0.09/28 103
(Kg1)} Nxd3 {-0.33/36 163} 33. Bxd3 {-0.08/27 0} Bc3 {-0.28/36 726} 34. Kg1 {
-0.11/29 307 (Re2)} Kg7 {-0.28/35 111} 35. Re2 {-0.12/26 207} Rg8 {-0.20/36
510 (h5)} 36. h3 {-0.12/29 485} Ra8 {-0.26/35 143 (Bd5)} 37. g4 {-0.04/27 199
(Bb6)} Rgd8 {-0.26/32 120} 38. Kg2 {-0.02/27 68} h6 {-0.18/32 76 (Bf6)} 39. Nb1
{0.00/28 122 (Bg3)} Bf6 {-0.18/35 191} 40. Bb6 {-0.04/27 164} Rdc8 {-0.18/37
120} 41. Nd2 {0.00/27 100} Bd5 {-0.16/37 305 (Rab8)} 42. Nf1 {0.02/28 151} Bc6
{-0.10/37 172} 43. Ng3 {0.00/28 158 (Ne3)} Bc3 {-0.10/37 174 (Bd5)} 44. h4 {0.
02/27 167 (Re3)} Bd5 {0.00/34 105 (Bf6)} 45. Rf2 {0.07/28 136 (Bf2)} Bb2 {-0.
14/31 418 (Ne8)} 46. Kh3 {0.13/26 147} Ne8 {0.00/33 219} 47. f4 {0.13/28 479}
Rc6 {0.00/34 249} 48. Be3 {0.12/26 99} Rd8 {0.00/34 141 (Nd6)} 49. h5 {0.12/26
174 (Rb1)} Nd6 {0.00/34 151} 50. Rff1 {0.09/26 323 (Kh4)} Re8 {0.00/34 113
(Bf6)} 51. Rd2 {0.11/26 133 (Rf2)} Re7 {0.00/32 104 (Bc3)} 52. Re2 {0.10/25
273 (Rfd1)} Rec7 {0.00/36 124 (Re8)} 53. Rb1 {0.13/27 297 (Rd2)} Bc3 {0.00/31
101} 54. Rf2 {0.13/25 126} gxh5 {0.00/32 182 (Re7)} 55. Nxh5+ {0.10/26 81} Kh8
{0.00/34 115 (Kg8)} 56. Rd1 {0.11/28 268} Rc8 {0.00/35 379} 57. Rff1 {0.09/26
120 (Ng3)} Rg8 {0.00/35 86 (Ne4)} 58. Ng3 {0.20/25 106} Bg7 {0.00/37 142} 59.
Rd2 {0.17/26 167 (Ne2)} Bc3 {0.00/35 234 (Re8)} 60. Rh2 {0.10/27 108} f5 {0.00/
34 149} 61. gxf5 {0.04/26 20} Nxf5 {0.00/35 48 (exf5)} 62. Nxf5 {0.04/27 30}
exf5 {0.00/38 51} 63. Rg1 {0.04/28 24 (Bxf5)} Re8 {0.00/35 44 (Rf6)} 64. Re2 {
0.07/27 22} Re7 {0.06/36 42} 65. Rg3 {0.03/27 22} Be4 {0.00/38 51} 66. Bg1 {-0.
06/27 85 (Bf2)} Kh7 {0.00/36 33} 67. Bxe4 {-0.06/27 22 (Bb5)} fxe4 {0.00/35 31}
68. Reg2 {-0.05/28 42 (Rd3)} Rf7 {-0.30/35 32} 69. Rg4 {-0.05/29 17} Rf5 {-0.
30/36 35} 70. Be3 {-0.05/29 22} Rc8 {-0.30/37 43 (Rc7)} 71. Re2 {-0.05/28 17}
Re8 {-0.29/34 43 (Rc6)} 72. Kg2 {-0.05/26 17 (Rgg2)} h5 {-0.30/36 90 (Rc8)} 73.
Rg3 {-0.06/28 16} Rd8 {-0.29/37 28} 74. Kh3 {-0.05/29 22} Bf6 {-0.29/38 31
(Rd1)} 75. Rgg2 {-0.05/28 16} Rc8 {-0.29/38 29} 76. Kh2 {-0.05/29 16} Bc3 {-0.
29/36 23 (Kh6)} 77. Kh3 {-0.05/30 16} Rd5 {-0.29/35 26 (Bf6)} 78. Bb6 {-0.05/
29 15 (Bg1)} Rc6 {-0.29/36 24 (Re8)} 79. Bg1 {-0.05/29 15 (Ba7)} Re6 {-0.29/36
23} 80. Be3 {-0.05/30 20 (Bf2)} Rg6 {-0.29/35 74 (Bf6)} 81. Ba7 {-0.05/29 20
(Kh2)} Re6 {0.00/36 20 (Rd7)} 82. Bg1 {-0.05/29 44 (Be3)} Rf5 {-0.21/37 46} 83.
Be3 {-0.05/29 14} Rd6 {-0.21/37 27 (Rd5)} 84. Rg1 {-0.05/29 15} Rfd5 {-0.21/36
27} 85. Rf2 {-0.05/29 16 (Reg2)} Bf6 {-0.30/33 16 (Rf5)} 86. f5 {-0.12/28 40
(Rfg2)} Rc6 {-0.22/32 16} 87. Rg6 {-0.12/29 14 (Rg3)} Rc3 {0.00/33 35} 88. Rxf6
{-0.12/29 15} Rxe3+ {0.00/35 21} 89. Kh4 {-0.10/30 13} Kg7 {0.00/34 21} 90.
Rg6+ {-0.10/29 27} Kf7 {0.00/35 16} 91. Rf4 {-0.10/26 13} Rd2 {0.00/33 14} 92.
Kg5 {-0.10/26 21 (Kxh5)} Rxc2 {0.00/31 14} 93. Rf6+ {-0.04/28 16} Kg8 {0.00/33
16 (Kg7)} 94. Rg6+ {-0.04/28 12} Kf7 {0.00/38 18} 95. Rf6+ {-0.09/29 12} Ke7 {
0.00/30 12 (Kg7)} 96. Ra6 {-0.04/26 14} Rg3+ {0.00/30 16} 97. Kh4 {-0.04/28 18}
Rxb3 {0.00/33 14} 98. Rxe4+ {-0.03/28 15} Kf7 {0.00/35 19} 99. Ree6 {-0.03/28
11 (Rxa5)} Rc4+ {0.00/35 15} 100. Kxh5 {-0.03/29 11 (Kg5)} Rh3+ {0.00/42 15}
101. Kg5 {-0.03/28 0} Rg3+ {0.00/46 17} 102. Kh5 {-0.03/28 2} Rh3+ {0.00/48 12
(Rc2)} 103. Kg5 {-0.03/1 0} Rg3+ {0.00/54 12} 104. Kh5 {-0.03/9 0} Rh3+ {0.00/
49 16 Draw accepted} 1/2-1/2[/pgn]
Next game SF will have white.
Enjoy the game!!!

Neel

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Re: Stockfish in Long time control.

Post by neelbasant » Tue Dec 17, 2013 8:43 am

Another quickest victory.
And this time against Komodo TCEC.[pgn][Event "NEEL-PC, 120m/40+60m/20+30m"]
[Site "Microsoft"]
[Date "2013.12.17"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Stockfish 151213 64 SSE4.2"]
[Black "Komodo TCEC 64-bit"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "D26"]
[WhiteElo "3150"]
[BlackElo "3150"]
[Annotator "0.34;0.25"]
[PlyCount "56"]
[TimeControl "40/7200:20/3600:1800"]

{AMD Phenom(tm) II X6 1075T Processor 3013 MHz W=32.8 plies; 6,543kN/s B=24.
3 plies; 6,112kN/s} 1. d4 {0.34/30 134 Both last book move} d5 {0.25/25 552} 2.
c4 {0.42/30 138} e6 {0.20/25 391 (dxc4)} 3. Nf3 {0.32/29 97} dxc4 {0.24/24 530
(Nf6)} 4. e3 {0.38/29 188} a6 {0.24/25 368 (c5)} 5. Bxc4 {0.30/30 96} Nf6 {0.
25/25 224} 6. O-O {0.38/31 256} Nbd7 {0.18/24 202 (c5)} 7. a4 {0.56/28 115
(Nbd2)} Be7 {0.32/24 642 (c5)} 8. Re1 {0.60/30 110 (Nc3)} c5 {0.31/23 73} 9. e4
{0.70/32 106} cxd4 {0.25/24 280} 10. e5 {0.62/32 145} Nd5 {0.44/25 69} 11. Qxd4
{0.62/33 316 (Nxd4)} O-O {0.23/24 297 (Nb4)} 12. Qg4 {0.62/30 110 (Bd2)} Kh8 {
0.26/25 201} 13. Qh5 {0.98/30 97 (Bg5)} Kg8 {0.31/23 128 (f6)} 14. Ng5 {1.39/
31 102 (Rd1)} h6 {0.17/20 34} 15. Nf3 {1.55/30 130} N7b6 {0.58/23 507} 16. Bb3
{1.45/32 133} a5 {0.78/25 269} 17. Bxh6 {2.08/35 155 (Nc3)} gxh6 {1.45/24 64}
18. Qxh6 {3.47/36 352} f5 {1.42/25 68} 19. Qg6+ {3.37/36 210} Kh8 {1.37/24 22}
20. Nc3 {3.39/38 162} Ra6 {1.39/25 153 (Qe8)} 21. Rad1 {4.92/35 121 (Qh6+)} Qd7
{2.57/25 118 (Qe8)} 22. Rd3 {5.87/33 119} Bb4 {3.27/25 107} 23. Ng5 {6.74/37
159} Qg7 {3.86/24 34} 24. Qh5+ {6.88/37 175} Kg8 {3.86/24 21} 25. Nxe6 {7.43/
38 765 (Rg3)} Bxe6 {3.55/25 108} 26. Rg3 {7.29/38 298} Bf7 {3.75/26 127 (Bxc3)}
27. Qh4 {7.73/32 89 (Rxg7+)} Re8 {4.87/25 167} 28. Rxg7+ {8.40/35 119} Kxg7 {
4.86/25 24 adjud.} 1-0[/pgn]

Enjoy.!!

Setting.
Agressiveness.=115
Cowardice=105
Space=120
Neel

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Re: Stockfish in Long time control.

Post by shrapnel » Tue Dec 17, 2013 12:18 pm

Hi Neel
Why did you again change Cowardice setting ?
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Re: Stockfish in Long time control.

Post by Dr.Wael Deeb » Tue Dec 17, 2013 2:30 pm

shrapnel wrote:Hi Neel
Why did you again change Cowardice setting ?
The question is:

Why not__

Agressiveness.=110
Cowardice=100

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Re: Stockfish in Long time control.

Post by neelbasant » Tue Dec 17, 2013 3:58 pm

shrapnel wrote:Hi Neel
Why did you again change Cowardice setting ?
Anil

When i analyzed with Cowardice=85 it sometime did analyze sometime too aggressively which missed some critical moves.
So i changed it to 105 .

May be some people find this weird but i really like SF while analyzing.

Neel

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Re: Stockfish in Long time control.

Post by leavenfish » Mon Dec 30, 2013 6:12 am

Would these settings be equally good for long or infinite analysis? How about a fixed depth of 29 ply for analyzing a series of middle game positions? Just curious since I was thinking about having it or Komodo 6 analyzing the end points for my chess repertoire that usually extends to 25-35 ply.

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Re: Stockfish in Long time control.

Post by leavenfish » Thu Jan 02, 2014 12:02 am

Anyone?

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Re: Stockfish in Long time control.

Post by neelbasant » Thu Jan 02, 2014 10:04 am

Did you analyze with this setting ?

It finds earlier than default setting .

Main purpose of this setting is to find other equally good moves which other engine including SF default may not find.

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Re: Stockfish in Long time control.

Post by leavenfish » Sat Jan 04, 2014 8:03 pm

I have just used the default SF DD settings so far.

I am running some 'deep analysis' via Chessbase. I do like that it goes so deep so quick. I am not sure about its evaluation functions that deep however.

Basically, my question still remains as to what people who have tried different engines under infinite analysis...or even 'Deep Analysis', what they think the best current engine might be.

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Re: Stockfish in Long time control.

Post by ouachita » Sat Jan 04, 2014 8:13 pm

leavenfish wrote:what they think the best current engine might be.
the answer to this question has been debated and is being debated more heatedly than the ACA. The best answer today seems to be, it depends largely on the match/tournament results you review, and/or who you ask and where their allegiances lie.
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