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TheARBChessSys
09-01-2014, 08:38 AM
Houdini Chess Program Crushed!! - Using The A.R.B Chess System

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1fVAALg7tc


[Event "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 01-Analysis Deeper"]
[Date "2013.07.27"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Houdini.Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3000+"]
[Black "Anthony.R.Brown"]
[Black-Elo "?"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 {last book move} 3.
Nf3 h6 {Prevents intrusion on g5} 4. Nc3 a6 {Secures b5} 5. Bd3 g6 6. O-O b6 7.
Be3 Bg7 8. Qd2 Bb7 9. d5 {White gets more space} e5 10. a4 Ne7 {
Black should quickly conclude development.} 11. Ne1 g5 12. Bc4 f5 {
Attacks the pawn chain} 13. f3 f4 {Black gains space} 14. Bf2 Ng6 15. Qe2 h5
16. a5 Ke7 17. axb6 cxb6 18. Nd3 b5 19. Bb3 Qc8 {Black plans g4} 20. Rad1 g4
21. Kh1 Bf6 22. Rg1 Nd7 23. Rgf1 Qg8 24. Nb4 Kf7 25. Nc6 {
White can be proud of that piece} Nh4 26. Rg1 Re8 27. Qe1 Qg5 28. Nb1 Reg8 {
Black intends g3} 29. c4 $4 {weakening the position} (29. Ba2 $142 $14 {
would allow White to play on}) 29... g3 $17 30. hxg3 fxg3 31. Be3 Qg4 32. Rf1 (
32. fxg4 $4 {materialistic play, which will be punished} hxg4 33. Qxg3 Nf5+ 34.
Qh3 Nxe3 $19 (34... Rxh3+ 35. gxh3 Nxe3 36. Rde1 $16)) 32... Nxf3 33. Rxf3 h4
34. Bf2 h3 (34... gxf2 $6 {is the less attractive alternative} 35. Qxf2 (35.
Rxf2 $4 h3 36. g3 Qxg3 37. Rxf6+ Nxf6 38. Qxg3 Rxg3 $19) 35... Ke8 36. Nc3 $11)
35. Rxg3 hxg2+ 36. Kxg2 Qh3+ 37. Kf3 Rxg3+ 38. Bxg3 Nc5 39. Qh1 Qxh1+ (39...
Nxb3 $6 {is clearly worse} 40. Qxh3 Rxh3 41. Kg2 $11) 40. Rxh1 Rxh1 41. Bc2
Bxc6 42. dxc6 b4 43. c7 Rh8 44. Nd2 Rc8 45. Nb3 Rxc7 46. Ke2 (46. Nxc5 {
cannot change what is in store for ?} dxc5 (46... Rxc5 $6 47. Be1 $19) 47. Bf2
Ke6 $19) 46... Na4 47. Na5 Nxb2 48. Be1 Nxc4 (48... Ke6 {
and Black can already relax} 49. Bxb4 Rh7 50. Kd2 $19) 49. Nxc4 (49. Bb3 d5 50.
Bxb4 $19) 49... Rxc4 $17 50. Bd3 $4 {White falls apart} (50. Bb3 d5 51. Bxc4
dxc4 52. Bxb4 $19) 50... Rd4 $19 51. Bf2 (51. Bd2 {
doesn't change the outcome of the game} b3 $19) 51... Rxd3 52. Kxd3 Bd8 53. Kc4
a5 54. Ba7 Bc7 55. Be3 Kg6 56. Kd5 (56. Bc1 $19 {hoping against hope}) 56... b3
57. Bc1 a4 58. Kc4 (58. Ba3 {does not save the day} Bb6 59. Kc4 Bc5 60. Bb2 Bd4
61. Kb4 Bxb2 62. Kxa4 Kg5 63. Kxb3 Bd4 64. Kc4 Kf4 65. Kd3 Kf3 66. Kc2 Kxe4 67.
Kd2 Kf3 68. Kc2 e4 69. Kb3 e3 70. Kb4 Ke4 71. Kb5 Kd5 72. Kb4 e2 73. Kb3 e1=Q
74. Kc2 Bc3 75. Kb3 Qa1 76. Kc2 Qb2+ 77. Kd1 Qd2#) 58... Bb6 59. Kb4 Be3 $1 {
it's best to give back material} 60. Bb2 (60. Bxe3 {Deflection from b2} b2)
60... Bd4 61. Ka3 Bxb2+ 62. Kxa4 Kg5 63. Kxb3 Bd4 64. Kc4 (64. Kc2 {
doesn't change anything anymore} Kf4 65. Kd3 Ba1 66. Ke2 Kxe4 67. Kd2 d5 68.
Kc2 d4 69. Kd2 Bc3+ 70. Ke2 d3+ 71. Kd1 Kd4 72. Kc1 e4 73. Kb1 e3 74. Ka2 Kc4
75. Ka3 e2 76. Ka2 e1=Q 77. Ka3 Qa1#) 64... Kf4 65. Kd3 Ba1 66. Ke2 Kxe4 67.
Kd2 d5 68. Kc2 d4 69. Kb1 (69. Kd1 {is not much help} Bc3 70. Ke2 d3+ 71. Kd1
Kd4 72. Kc1 e4 73. Kd1 e3 74. Kc1 e2 75. Kb1 e1=Q+ 76. Ka2 Kc4 77. Ka3 Qa1#)
69... d3 70. Kc1 Ke3 71. Kd1 e4 (71... d2 $142 $19 {might be the shorter path})
72. Ke1 Kf3 73. Kd1 e3 74. Kc1 Kf2 75. Kb1 e2 76. Kxa1 d2 (76... e1=Q+ 77. Kb2
Qb4+ 78. Ka1 d2 79. Ka2 d1=N 80. Ka1 Qb2#) 77. Kb2 d1=Q 78. Kc3 e1=Q+ 79. Kc4
Qe4+ 80. Kc5 (80. Kb5 {is no salvation} Qb3+ 81. Ka5 Qa8#) 80... Qda4 81. Kb6
Qec6# 0-1


A.R.B

ER
09-01-2014, 09:00 AM
So what? Our FM Bill Jordan crushed the thing and in much less no. of moves too!
http://www.chesschat.org/showthread.php?15127-Bill-Jordan-flukes-a-win-over-Houdini&highlight=houdini

Kevin Bonham
09-01-2014, 09:50 AM
Use the tag PGN instead of the tag CODE (and use it below the game headers) so that the moves come up in a game viewer; I've fixed the opening post.

TheARBChessSys
09-01-2014, 10:07 PM
So what? Our FM Bill Jordan crushed the thing and in much less no. of moves too!
http://www.chesschat.org/showthread.php?15127-Bill-Jordan-flukes-a-win-over-Houdini&highlight=houdini

You sound like a friendly Guy!??

It's Not just about beating a Chess Computer Once! The A.R.B System Destroys All Chess Programs Rated (3000) + ELO


A.R.B

TheARBChessSys
09-01-2014, 10:08 PM
Use the tag PGN instead of the tag CODE (and use it below the game headers) so that the moves come up in a game viewer; I've fixed the opening post.

I could not See the PGN Tag at first... Next time! thank's :)


A.R.B

ER
09-01-2014, 10:57 PM
You sound like a friendly Guy!??

It's Not just about beating a Chess Computer Once! The A.R.B System Destroys All Chess Programs Rated (3000) + ELO A.R.B

WOW, man this ain't a matter of me being friendly or unfriendly, it's rather you go and conquer the world! :clap: Then I might be lucky to get your signature on one of the A.R.B systems that I am going to purchase! :)

TheARBChessSys
10-01-2014, 12:27 AM
WOW, man this ain't a matter of me being friendly or unfriendly, it's rather you go and conquer the world! :clap: Then I might be lucky to get your signature on one of the A.R.B systems that I am going to purchase! :)


No! Idea What you might want to Purchase!? The A.R.B Chess System is a Way of Playing against Chess Computers! It's Not! Software Etc.


A.R.B

TheARBChessSys
10-01-2014, 12:36 AM
Komodo Chess Program Crushed!! - Using The A.R.B Chess System

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v74y2Pv7HUo

[Event "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 02-Analysis"]
[Date "2013.09.13"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Komodo.Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3000+"]
[Black "Anthony.R.Brown"]
[Black-Elo "?"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Nc3 h6 {Controls g5
} 4. Nf3 a6 {Prevents intrusion on b5} 5. Be2 g6 6. Be3 b6 7. O-O Bg7 8. d5 {
White gets more space} e5 9. Ne1 g5 10. a4 a5 11. Bb5+ Nd7 12. h4 f6 13. Qh5+
Kf8 14. Nf3 (14. Qf3 $5 $16) 14... Qe8 15. Qg4 Ne7 {
Black should quickly conclude development.} 16. Nd2 Nc5 17. Qd1 Bd7 18. Bxd7
Qxd7 19. Qh5 f5 {The typical lever} 20. Bxc5 bxc5 21. Rfd1 f4 {
This push gains space} 22. Nc4 {The knight is not easily driven from c4} Bf6
23. Rd3 Kg7 24. Qd1 g4 25. g3 {Secures h4} h5 26. Nb5 Ng6 27. Qd2 {
Exerts pressure on the isolated pawn} Bxh4 28. gxh4 Nxh4 29. Qd1 Kf6 30. Kh2
Rag8 31. Qe2 Ng6 32. Rh1 (32. Kg1 $5 $11 {is noteworthy}) 32... f3 $17 33. Qd1
Nf4 34. Kg1 h4 35. Rd2 $2 (35. Nxa5 Qg7 36. Nc4 $19) 35... Qg7 $19 {
Black intends g3} 36. Ne3 $4 {
White has lost his nerve... understandable when you consider his position} (36.
Rd3 h3 37. Kf1 $19) 36... h3 37. b3 (37. c4 h2+ {Theme: Clearance for h8-h2}
38. Kf1 Qh7 $19) 37... h2+ {Theme: Clearance for h8-h2} 38. Kf1 (38. Rxh2 Rxh2)
38... g3 39. Qxf3 g2+ 40. Nxg2 Qxg2+ 41. Qxg2 Rxg2 42. Rd3 Rg1+ $1 {
a beautiful, forced end to the game} 43. Rxg1 h1=Q 44. Nc3 Nxd3 45. Rxh1 Rxh1+
46. Ke2 Nf4+ 47. Kd2 Ke7 48. Nb5 Kd7 49. Nc3 c6 (49... Nh3 {
might be the shorter path} 50. Nd1 $19) 50. dxc6+ Kxc6 51. Nb5 (51. Nd1 {
hardly improves anything} Nh3 52. f3 Ng5 $19) 51... Rf1 52. Na3 (52. Ke3 {
does not win a prize} Re1+ 53. Kf3 Ne6 $19) 52... Rxf2+ 53. Kc3 (53. Ke3 {
cannot change destiny} Re2+ 54. Kf3 Kd7 $19) 53... Re2 54. Nc4 Rxe4 55. Kd2 (
55. Nxa5+ {is no salvation} Kc7 56. Nc4 Rxc4+ 57. Kxc4 e4 $19) 55... Nd5 56.
Nxa5+ Kc7 57. c3 Nb6 58. Kc1 (58. Kd3 {doesn't improve anything} Rf4 59. Kd2
Rf3 $19) 58... Nxa4 $1 {Clearance to allow c7-b6} 59. Kc2 (59. bxa4 {
A deflection} c4) 59... Nb6 60. Kd3 Re1 61. b4 (61. Kc2 {
cannot undo what has already been done} Ra1 62. b4 c4 $19) 61... cxb4 62. cxb4
(62. Nb3 bxc3 63. Kxc3 Re3+ 64. Kc2 Rxb3 65. Kxb3 d5 66. Kc3 d4+ 67. Kd3 Kd6
68. Kd2 Nc4+ 69. Kd3 Kd5 70. Ke2 e4 71. Ke1 d3 72. Kf2 e3+ 73. Kf3 Kd6 74. Ke4
d2 75. Kd4 d1=Q+ 76. Ke4 e2 77. Kf5 e1=Q 78. Kg5 Qg3+ 79. Kf5 Qdf3#) 62... Rb1
63. Kc3 (63. Kc2 Rxb4 64. Kc3 Nd5+ 65. Kc2 e4 66. Nb3 e3 67. Nd2 Rd4 68. Nf3 e2
69. Nxd4 e1=Q 70. Nb5+ Kd7 71. Kd3 Qe3+ 72. Kc4 Qc5+ 73. Kd3 Qxb5+ 74. Ke4 Qf1
75. Kd4 Qe2 76. Kxd5 Qd3#) 63... e4 64. Nb3 (64. b5 {doesn't do any good} Nd5+
65. Kd2 e3+ 66. Ke2 Rb2+ 67. Kf3 e2 68. b6+ Kd7 69. Nc4 e1=Q 70. Nxb2 Qc3+ 71.
Ke4 Qe5+ 72. Kf3 Qxb2 73. b7 Qc3+ 74. Ke2 Nf4+ 75. Kd1 Qd3+ 76. Kc1 Ne2+ 77.
Kb2 Qc3+ 78. Ka2 Qb4 79. Ka1 Qxb7 80. Ka2 Nc1+ 81. Ka1 Nd3 82. Ka2 Qb2#) 64...
Nd5+ $19 65. Kc2 Rh1 (65... Rxb3 66. Kxb3 e3 67. Kc4 e2 68. Kxd5 e1=Q 69. b5
Qe5+ 70. Kc4 Qe3 71. Kd5 Kb6 72. Kxd6 Kxb5 73. Kd5 Kb6 74. Kd6 Qe4 75. Kd7 Qe5
76. Kd8 Kc6 77. Kc8 Qh8#) 66. Nd4 Nxb4+ 67. Kd2 d5 68. Ke3 Kd6 69. Kf2 Nd3+
70. Kg3 Rd1 71. Kh4 (71. Kh2 {does not solve anything} Ke5 72. Nc6+ Kf4 73. Nd4
Rd2+ 74. Kh3 Nf2+ 75. Kh4 Rxd4 76. Kh5 e3 77. Kg6 Re4 78. Kf6 e2 79. Kg6 e1=Q
80. Kf6 Re7 81. Kg6 Qe4+ 82. Kf6 Ng4#) 71... Nf2 $19 72. Nc2 d4 73. Kg5 (73.
Kg3 {does not help much} d3 74. Ne3 Re1 75. Nc4+ Kc5 76. Na5 e3 77. Kf4 d2 78.
Ke5 d1=Q 79. Nb7+ Kc6 80. Na5+ Kb6 81. Nc4+ Kc5 82. Na5 Qd6+ 83. Kf5 Qd7+ 84.
Kf6 Rg1 85. Nc6 Qxc6+ 86. Ke7 e2 87. Kf7 e1=Q 88. Kf8 Qee8#) 73... d3 74. Na3 (
74. Ne3 {doesn't change anything anymore} Rc1 75. Kf4 d2 76. Nf5+ Kc5 77. Ne3
Kd4 78. Nf5+ Kd3 79. Ke5 d1=Q 80. Nd6 Qg4 81. Nb5 Rc6 82. Nd6 Qg3+ 83. Kf5 Qxd6
84. Kg5 Qe5+ 85. Kh4 Rh6#) 74... Rc1 75. Kf6 (75. Nb5+ {
a fruitless try to alter the course of the game} Ke5 76. Kg6 d2 77. Kf7 Kd5 78.
Na3 e3 79. Kf6 e2 80. Nc2 Rxc2 81. Kf5 Rc3 82. Kf4 e1=Q 83. Kg5 Rg3+ 84. Kh4
Qe3 85. Kh5 Qg5#) 75... e3 76. Nb5+ (76. Kf5 {
doesn't change the outcome of the game} e2 77. Nb5+ Kd5 78. Nc7+ Rxc7 79. Kf4
e1=Q 80. Kf5 d2 81. Kf4 Qe4+ 82. Kg3 Rg7+ 83. Kxf2 d1=B 84. Kf1 Qe2#) 76... Kd5
77. Ke7 (77. Kg6 {is not the saving move} e2 78. Kf5 d2 79. Kf4 d1=Q 80. Kf5
Qd3+ 81. Kf6 Qxb5 82. Kf5 Qd7+ 83. Kg5 Rg1+ 84. Kf4 e1=Q 85. Kf3 Qf5#) 77... d2
78. Kf6 (78. Ke8 {does not save the day} e2 79. Ke7 d1=Q 80. Kf6 Qd3 81. Kg5
Qxb5 82. Kh5 Ke4+ 83. Kg6 Qf5+ 84. Kh6 Ng4+ 85. Kg7 Rc7+ 86. Kg8 Qc8#) 78... e2
79. Kg6 d1=Q 80. Kg7 (80. Na3 {does not improve anything} Qd3+ 81. Kg7 Qxa3 82.
Kf6 Ne4+ 83. Kf5 Rf1+ 84. Kg4 Qf3+ 85. Kh4 e1=Q#) 80... e1=Q 81. Nc3+ (81. Kg6
{doesn't get the bull off the ice} Qd3+ 82. Kf6 Qe6+ 83. Kg5 Ne4+ 84. Kf4 Rf1#)
81... Rxc3 82. Kg6 (82. Kf6 {is not much help} Qg4 83. Kf7 Rf3#) 82... Qg4+ 83.
Kf6 Qee6# 0-1


A.R.B

Kevin Bonham
10-01-2014, 12:39 AM
It's Not just about beating a Chess Computer Once! The A.R.B System Destroys All Chess Programs Rated (3000) + ELO

How reliably? Do you have to use a lot of trial and error with each program and take advantage of the tendency of many programs to play more or less the same moves if you get the same position against them again?

By the way I will be moving this thread to the Computer Chess section shortly. A redirect will be left in General Chess.

Oh, and I doubt members here want to have separate threads for every computer you've crushed, so I'll be merging them - feel free to suggest a title for the merged thread.

TheARBChessSys
10-01-2014, 12:47 AM
How reliably? Do you have to use a lot of trial and error with each program and take advantage of the tendency of many programs to play more or less the same moves if you get the same position against them again?

By the way I will be moving this thread to the Computer Chess section shortly. A redirect will be left in General Chess.

Oh, and I doubt members here want to have separate threads for every computer you've crushed, so I'll be merging them - feel free to suggest a title for the merged thread.


No! Idea Why? you have put Two of My Threads into 1 ? it's Confusing Because there will be Many more and People will think they are all About 1 Thread!

Mean while any idea Why? the Second Game pgn does Not! Work?

OK! Just read the last Bit! Guess if that's the way you want to do it! ? then Put them All in a Thread called! (The A.R.B Chess System)

pgn Seems to be working Now! must have been because you were moving My Stuff Around?


A.R.B

Kevin Bonham
10-01-2014, 01:03 AM
Mean while any idea Why? the Second Game pgn does Not! Work?

Yes. The PGN viewer sometimes has problems when there are numbers in the annotations. In this case there was a 9 between white's 66th and black's 66th move (in the form $19 in the original text) and that was causing it to crash at that point. Removing the 9 fixed it.

It looks like you are using either the Fritz auto-annotation format or some other similar method. In Fritz I have found that going to the Options: Clipboard and changing Game: Text from PGN to Old Format is helpful in reducing the amount of stuff with $ signs in front of it that comes through in the annotations.

TheARBChessSys
10-01-2014, 01:07 AM
Yes. The PGN viewer sometimes has problems when there are numbers in the annotations. In this case there was a 9 between white's 66th and black's 66th move (in the form $19 in the original text) and that was causing it to crash at that point. Removing the 9 fixed it.

It looks like you are using either the Fritz auto-annotation format or some other similar method. In Fritz I have found that going to the Options: Clipboard and changing Game: Text from PGN to Old Format is helpful in reducing the amount of stuff with $ signs in front of it that comes through in the annotations.


That's an Education for Me! :) Never had a Problem like that on Other Forums! But then Again Some Suck! in Other Ways! :)


A.R.B

TheARBChessSys
10-01-2014, 01:42 AM
Komodo Chess Program Crushed!! 2 - Using The A.R.B Chess System

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6h44k2pZVg


[Event "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 03-Analysis"]
[Date "2013.09.19"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Komodo.Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3000+"]
[Black "Anthony.R.Brown"]
[Black-Elo "?"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Nc3 h6 {Consolidates g5} 4. Nf3 a6 {Controls b5} 5. Be2 g6
6. Be3 b6 7. O-O Bg7 8. d5 {This push gains space} e5 9. Ne1 g5 10. a4 a5
{Black should quickly conclude development.} 11. Bb5+ Nd7 12. h4 f6 13. Qh5+ Kf8
14. Qf3 Nb8 15. Rc1 Qe7 16. Qe2 Qf7 17. Bc4 Ra7 18. Nd3 Ne7 19. Nb5 Rb7 20. b4
axb4 21. h5 f5 22. Nxb4 f4 {Black wins space} 23. Nc6 g4 24. Nd8 Qxh5 25. Rfe1
Ng6 26. Nxb7 (26. g3 $142 $5 {and White is still in the game} fxe3 27. Qxe3 $14
) 26... Nh4 $17 27. Qd2 (27. Qd3 $142 Nf3+ {Demolishes the pawn shield} 28. Kf1
fxe3 29. N7xd6 Nxe1 30. Rxe1 Qh1+ 31. Ke2 Qxg2 32. Qxe3 cxd6 33. Nxd6 Qf3+ 34.
Qxf3+ gxf3+ 35. Kxf3 $17) 27... Bf6 $14 28. Bxf4 $4 {
throwing away the advantage} (28. Be2 Nf3+ {A double attack} 29. Bxf3 gxf3 30.
Bxf4 $19) 28... Nf3+ $19 {Demolition of pawn structure} 29. gxf3 Bg5 30. Re3
Bxf4 31. Kf1 gxf3 32. Ke1 Rg8 33. Bf1 Rg1 34. Qd3 Bxe3 35. Qxe3 Rxf1+ $1 {
the logical end} 36. Kd2 (36. Kxf1 {Decoy theme: f1} Qh1# {
A beautiful mate combination}) 36... Rxc1 37. Kxc1 Bxb7 38. Nxc7 Nd7 39. Ne6+ (
39. a5 Nc5 40. Ne6+ Nxe6 41. Qxb6 Qg5+ 42. Kb2 Qe7 43. dxe6 Bxe4 $19) 39... Ke7
40. a5 bxa5 41. Qc3 (41. Kb2 Qg6 42. Qa7 Qxe4 43. Qxb7 Qb4+ 44. Qxb4 axb4 $19)
41... Qf7 42. Qxa5 Qg8 43. Kb1 (43. Kd2 $19) 43... Bc8 44. Qa7 h5 45. Qe3 (45.
Kb2 {doesn't change the outcome of the game} h4 46. Qe3 Nf6 $19) 45... Nf6 46.
Ng5 Bg4 47. Nxf3 (47. Kc1 {doesn't change anything anymore} Qa8 48. Nxf3 Bxf3
49. Qxf3 Qa1+ 50. Kd2 Qd4+ 51. Ke2 Nxe4 $19) 47... Bxf3 48. Qxf3 Qg4 49. Qc3
Qxe4 50. Qc7+ Nd7 51. Qc3 Qf5 (51... Qf4 {and Black can already relax} 52. Qd3
Nf6 53. Qg6 $19) 52. Qg3 (52. Qe3 {is not much help} Qf4 53. Qh3 Qg4 $19) 52...
Qg4 53. Qh2 (53. Qd3 {is still a small chance} Nf6 54. f3 Qg1+ 55. Ka2 $19)
53... h4 54. f4 Qxf4 55. Qh3 Qf6 (55... Nf8 {keeps an even firmer grip} 56. c4
Qg3 57. Qf1 $19) 56. Qd3 (56. Ka2 {does not solve anything} Nc5 $19) 56... Nf8
57. Qh3 Ng6 58. Qc8 Nf4 59. Qb7+ Kf8 60. Qb5 (60. Qh7 $19 {what else?}) 60...
h3 61. Qb8+ Kf7 62. Qa7+ Kg6 63. Qf2 (63. Qa3 $19 {praying for a miracle})
63... Qg5 64. Kb2 Qg2 65. Qe3 h2 66. Qa3 h1=Q 67. Qxd6+ Kf5 68. Qf8+ (68. Qd7+
{cannot undo what has already been done} Ke4 69. Qa4+ Ke3 70. Qa7+ Kf3 71. Qa3+
Kg4 72. Qc3 Qxd5 73. Qc8+ Kg5 74. Qc3 Qb5+ 75. Qb3 Nd3+ 76. cxd3 Qg2+ 77. Kc3
Qc5+ 78. Qc4 Qa3+ 79. Qb3 Qgb2+ 80. Kc4 Qbxb3#) 68... Ke4 69. Qb4+ Ke3 70. Qc3+
(70. Qa3+ {doesn't get the bull off the ice} Kf2 71. Qc5+ Ke2 72. Qc4+ Kd1 73.
Qc3 Qxd5 74. Qe3 Qd4+ 75. Qxd4+ exd4 76. c3 Qb7+ 77. Ka2 Kc2 78. cxd4 Qb2#)
70... Kf2 71. Qd2+ (71. Qc5+ {does not save the day} Ke2 72. Qc4+ Kd1 73. Qb3
Qd2 74. Qc3 Qc1+ 75. Kb3 Qb1+ 76. Qb2 Qxd5+ 77. c4 Qdd3+ 78. Kb4 Qxb2+ 79. Kc5
Qdd4+ 80. Kc6 Qbb6#) 71... Ne2 72. Qd3 (72. Kb3 {doesn't improve anything} Qb1+
73. Ka4 Qg4+ 74. Ka5 Qc4 75. Qe1+ Kxe1 76. d6 Qbb4#) 72... e4 73. Qc4 (73.
Qxe2+ {doesn't do any good} Kxe2 74. Kb3 Qb1+ 75. Kc3 Qg7+ 76. Kc4 Qc7+ 77. Kd4
Qa1+ 78. c3 Qaxc3+ 79. Kxe4 Q7e5#) 73... Qc1+ 74. Kb3 Qg3+ 75. c3 Qb8+ 76. Qb4
Qb1+ (76... Qxc3+ 77. Ka2 Nc1+ 78. Kb1 Qbxb4#) 77. Kc4 Qa2+ 78. Kc5 Qc7+ 79.
Kb5 Qb7+ 80. Kc5 Qaxd5# 0-1


A.R.B

Desmond
10-01-2014, 08:32 AM
No! Idea What you might want to Purchase!? The A.R.B Chess System is a Way of Playing against Chess Computers! It's Not! Software Etc.
Do you use computer assistance?

TheARBChessSys
10-01-2014, 09:49 PM
Do you use computer assistance?

No! Have a look at the Games and See How many Computers Guess/Agree with My Main Moves! you will find it's a Low Percentage!

The A.R.B Chess System Finally Gets Recognition! - Rybkaforum

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mny8j6QN9HE


A.R.B

Agent Smith
10-01-2014, 10:02 PM
Do you use computer assistance?No! Have a look at the Games and See How many Computers Guess/Agree with My Main Moves! you will find it's a Low Percentage!

So, you're beating computers at rapid Chess, without using computers ... but we have to buy your "system" (i assume) to find out anything about it ?

Cough!
Ron Hubbard would be proud. :)

Desmond
10-01-2014, 10:12 PM
No! Have a look at the Games and See How many Computers Guess/Agree with My Main Moves! you will find it's a Low Percentage!I don't doubt that it would be very low, but this would be weighted down by the opening choice, so for the first 15 moves or so the computer choices may match only to a small extent. After that is when it gets tricky. ;)

By the way is it 60 sec Fischer or Bronstein?

Kevin Bonham
10-01-2014, 10:32 PM
I'm not sure if he's selling anything or just wants to be famous!

TheARBChessSys
10-01-2014, 11:41 PM
So, you're beating computers at rapid Chess, without using computers ... but we have to buy your "system" (i assume) to find out anything about it ?

Cough!
Ron Hubbard would be proud. :)


Again you Don't have to Buy Anything! (Don't know what the Obsession is on here with Money?) Look at the Games to get an Understanding!....Below can Help!

The A.R.B Chess System v The Hippopotamus Defence - Differences

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RidiladKJVw


A.R.B

TheARBChessSys
10-01-2014, 11:48 PM
I don't doubt that it would be very low, but this would be weighted down by the opening choice, so for the first 15 moves or so the computer choices may match only to a small extent. After that is when it gets tricky. ;)

By the way is it 60 sec Fischer or Bronstein?

The Time is Played at (60) Seconds Each Per Move!

The Computers Go Out of Book Very Quickly because the Main Opening lines have Never been Played before! (Check All the Official Data Bases)

Below The (A.R.B.C.S) Advanced Main Line 18 Moves

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Nf3 h6 4. Nc3 a6 5. Bd3 g6 6. O-O b6 7. Be3 Bg7 8. Qd2 Bb7 9. d5 e5
10. a4 a5 11. Ne1 g5 12. Bb5+ Nd7 13. Qd1 Ne7 14. Nd3 O-O 15. f3 f5 16. b3 Qc8 17. Nf2 Kh8 18. Qe2 f4

The A.R.B Chess System - Advanced Main Line 18 Moves

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xn2YStZlvDY


A.R.B

TheARBChessSys
10-01-2014, 11:49 PM
I'm not sure if he's selling anything or just wants to be famous!

Well your Avatar Monster is! :)


A.R.B

TheARBChessSys
18-01-2014, 01:03 AM
The A.R.B Chess System - End Game - Game 01 - Part 1 & Part 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ISYkbmZSQM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qs6wc0ps3Qo


Black to Move (46.) All Moves Played at 60 Seconds Per Move

End Game Results (4) Top Chess Programs Rated 3000+ ELO


1st Place – The A.R.B Chess System = (36) Moves.

2Nd Place – Komodo.Chess Program = (43) Moves.

3Rd Place – Critter.Chess Program = (44) Moves.

4Th Place – Stockfish.Chess Program = (46) Moves.

5Th Place – Houdini.Chess Program = (51) Moves. ?


The Results have some Surprises! Different Hardware may Produce Slightly Different Moves?
But as Long as each Engine is using the Same Hardware then the Move Scores for each Engine...
Should Make the Actual Finish Position the Same as in the Test above!
The Important thing is that each Engine Plays at (60) Seconds Per Move for White & Black!
The Target Amount is (36) Moves! Can any Chess Engine! Using any Hardware Beat this!? Maybe? or Human? :)



A.R.B

TheARBChessSys
19-01-2014, 02:30 AM
Can any one explain How I can Post the Game Position to Replay Below?

A.R.B


[Event "The A.R.B Chess System - Move 46 Black to Play End Game"]
[Game "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 01"]
[Date "2013.07.27"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Houdini.Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3000+"]
[Black "Anthony.R.Brown"]
[Black-Elo "?"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]
[TimeControl "0+60"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "8/2r2k2/p2p1b2/2n1p3/1pP1P3/1N4B1/1PB1K3/8 b - - 0 1"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. ... Na4 2. Na5 Nxb2 3. Be1 Nxc4 4. Nxc4 Rxc4 5. Bd3 Rd4 6. Bf2 Rxd3 7.Kxd3 Bd8 8. Kc4 a5 9. Ba7 Bc7 10. Be3 Kg6 11. Kd5 b3 12. Bc1 a4 13. Kc4 Bb6
14. Kb4 Be3 15. Bb2 Bd4 16. Ka3 Bxb2+ 17. Kxa4 Kg5 18. Kxb3 Bd4 19. Kc4 Kf4
20. Kd3 Ba1 21. Ke2 Kxe4 22. Kd2 d5 23. Kc2 d4 24. Kb1 d3 25. Kc1 Ke3 26.
Kd1 e4 27. Ke1 Kf3 28. Kd1 e3 29. Kc1 Kf2 30. Kb1 e2 31. Kxa1 d2 32. Kb2
d1=Q 33. Kc3 e1=Q+ 34. Kc4 Qe4+ 35. Kc5 Qda4 36. Kb6 Qec6# 0-1

Kevin Bonham
19-01-2014, 12:51 PM
In the opening PGN tag put an equals sign after PGN followed by the FEN string.

1. ... Na4 2. Na5 Nxb2 3. Be1 Nxc4 4. Nxc4 Rxc4 5. Bd3 Rd4 6. Bf2 Rxd3 7.Kxd3 Bd8 8. Kc4 a5 9. Ba7 Bc7 10. Be3 Kg6 11. Kd5 b3 12. Bc1 a4 13. Kc4 Bb6
14. Kb4 Be3 15. Bb2 Bd4 16. Ka3 Bxb2+ 17. Kxa4 Kg5 18. Kxb3 Bd4 19. Kc4 Kf4
20. Kd3 Ba1 21. Ke2 Kxe4 22. Kd2 d5 23. Kc2 d4 24. Kb1 d3 25. Kc1 Ke3 26.
Kd1 e4 27. Ke1 Kf3 28. Kd1 e3 29. Kc1 Kf2 30. Kb1 e2 31. Kxa1 d2 32. Kb2
d1=Q 33. Kc3 e1=Q+ 34. Kc4 Qe4+ 35. Kc5 Qda4 36. Kb6 Qec6# 0-1

Click quote on this post and you should be able to see how I have done this if unsure.

TheARBChessSys
19-01-2014, 11:04 PM
OK! Thank you...it seems a bit of a Complicated way to Post Simple Games & Diagrams ?


A.R.B

Agent Smith
20-01-2014, 06:19 AM
it seems a bit of a Complicated way to Post Simple Games & Diagrams
Yeah - we always do things the hard way. :wall:
But if we keep working on our forum, hopefully one day it'll be as simple and powerful as your chess system.

Kevin Bonham
20-01-2014, 12:06 PM
I had a number of goes at trying to beat Fritz at blitz with the A.R.B setup. In the early encounters I got winning positions against it a few times playing white (usually with a pawn on f5 vs black pawn on f6, then advancing and saccing pieces on the kingside) but messed them up. However Fritz has an ability to "learn" from its games and after a few dozen attempts it is no longer giving me a sniff by allowing such a dangerous setup.

This was the best of the attempts:

1.e3 Nf6 2.d3 Nc6 3.a3 e5 4.h3 d5 5.g3 Bc5 6.b3 0–0 7.Bb2 d4 8.e4 Be6 9.Bg2 Qd7 10.Ne2 Ne8 11.Nd2 f6 12.f4 Nd6 13.f5 Bf7 14.g4 a5 15.a4 Ra6 16.h4 Qe7 17.h5 h6 18.Nf3 Bb4+ 19.Kf2 Rd8 20.Nh4 Ne8 21.Ng6 Qc5 22.Bc1 Raa8 23.Bxh6 gxh6 24.Qc1 Kg7 25.Rh3 Nd6 26.Rg3 Be8 27.g5 fxg5 28.Rxg5 hxg5 29.Qxg5 Nf7 30.f6+ Kh7 31.Qf5 Kh6 32.Nf8 Ng5 33.Bf3 Qxf8 34.Rg1 Bd2 35.Ng3 Rd6 36.Qg4 Bd7 37.Nf5+ Bxf5 38.Qxf5 Rxf6 0–1

Here 30.h6 would have won.

TheARBChessSys
21-01-2014, 01:09 AM
Yeah - we always do things the hard way. :wall:
But if we keep working on our forum, hopefully one day it'll be as simple and powerful as your chess system.

We can All Dream!...:D


A.R.B

TheARBChessSys
21-01-2014, 01:31 AM
I had a number of goes at trying to beat Fritz at blitz with the A.R.B setup. In the early encounters I got winning positions against it a few times playing white (usually with a pawn on f5 vs black pawn on f6, then advancing and saccing pieces on the kingside) but messed them up. However Fritz has an ability to "learn" from its games and after a few dozen attempts it is no longer giving me a sniff by allowing such a dangerous setup.

This was the best of the attempts:

1.e3 Nf6 2.d3 Nc6 3.a3 e5 4.h3 d5 5.g3 Bc5 6.b3 0–0 7.Bb2 d4 8.e4 Be6 9.Bg2 Qd7 10.Ne2 Ne8 11.Nd2 f6 12.f4 Nd6 13.f5 Bf7 14.g4 a5 15.a4 Ra6 16.h4 Qe7 17.h5 h6 18.Nf3 Bb4+ 19.Kf2 Rd8 20.Nh4 Ne8 21.Ng6 Qc5 22.Bc1 Raa8 23.Bxh6 gxh6 24.Qc1 Kg7 25.Rh3 Nd6 26.Rg3 Be8 27.g5 fxg5 28.Rxg5 hxg5 29.Qxg5 Nf7 30.f6+ Kh7 31.Qf5 Kh6 32.Nf8 Ng5 33.Bf3 Qxf8 34.Rg1 Bd2 35.Ng3 Rd6 36.Qg4 Bd7 37.Nf5+ Bxf5 38.Qxf5 Rxf6 0–1

Here 30.h6 would have won.


Just had a look at your Game The first Mistake for White 7.Bb2 should be 7.Bg2 This may look Trivial!...but it's important to Stick with the System so that the King side moves are made first! unless forced to do otherwise by the Opponent!

Second mistake 11.Nd2 White should play 11.g4 In case Black plays f5

Third mistake 17.h5 is too early! and that's why Black Cancelled you out with 17.h6

That's All for the moment! (as for Computers learning on a Game by Game bases!? as far as I am Concerned that is Cheating!!) a bit like you going into the game with loads of Notes!?


A.R.B

Kevin Bonham
21-01-2014, 01:42 AM
Just had a look at your Game The first Mistake for White 7.Bb2 should be 7.Bg2 This may look Trivial!...but it's important to Stick with the System so that the King side moves are made first! unless forced to do otherwise by the Opponent!

Second mistake 11.Nd2 White should play 11.g4 In case Black plays f5

Third mistake 17.h5 is too early! and that's why Black Cancelled you out with 17.h6

But despite these supposed "mistakes" I was still winning if I played 30.h6+ instead of 30.f6. Of course since the whole system is objectively one long mistake and would get smashed to pieces by human opposition, the only test of whether or not something is a mistake is how close it comes to beating a computer.

I haven't used notes in any of these games.

TheARBChessSys
21-01-2014, 10:20 PM
But despite these supposed "mistakes" I was still winning if I played 30.h6+ instead of 30.f6. Of course since the whole system is objectively one long mistake and would get smashed to pieces by human opposition, the only test of whether or not something is a mistake is how close it comes to beating a computer.

I haven't used notes in any of these games.


So the Most Important thing is that we Both can See it Beats Chess Computers! Rated (3000) + ELO Where as Humans Playing the Normal way Can't Win!! :)


A.R.B

Kevin Bonham
23-01-2014, 01:33 AM
Posts moved

Posts discussing my adventures with Stockfish and mostly no longer relevant to the A.R.B system have been moved here:

http://www.chesschat.org/showthread.php?15194-KB-vs-Stockfish-%28sf-A-R-B-Chess-System%29

TheARBChessSys
23-01-2014, 09:14 PM
The A.R.B Chess System - Advanced Main Line 18 Moves

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xn2YStZlvDY

To Show the (A.R.B.C.S) Advanced Main Line 18 Moves are Sound!...

The Next Game is the Computer Playing Against itself! With the Main Line 18 Moves entered in for Both Sides! (as a Test!)
After Testing Many Programs at different Speeds of Play...I wanted to Show a Game that was Fair!
In Some of the Games the Computer Won for White?
Mainly because after 18 Moves Black was out of the (A.R.B.C.S) and on it's Own!
And in Some of the Games the Computer Won for Black!
The Games of Interest for Me were the Draws!
One of them was > 100 Moves? So that was too long to Show! After looking at the Others I found a Perfect Example Game! (Coming Next!)
The Game was Played at 15 Seconds Each Per Move
Enough time for the Computer to Calculate Millions of Positions for Both Sides! Plus at the End of the Game the Position is interesting! :)
Later I will be Posting more Games using the (A.R.B.C.S) to Show How it Should be Played! With the Computers Thinking? & Playing their Own Moves! From the Start...No! Moves will be entered by Me... Except what the Machines want to Play! and of course My Moves!


[Event "The A.R.B Chess System - Main Line 18 Moves"]
[Date "2013.08.24"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Computer-?"]
[White-Elo "3000+"]
[Black "Computer-?"]
[Black-Elo "3000+"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "15 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "*"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Nf3 h6 4. Nc3 a6 5. Bd3 g6 6. O-O b6 7. Be3 Bg7 8. Qd2
Bb7 9. d5 e5 10. a4 a5 11. Ne1 g5 12. Bb5+ Nd7 13. Qd1 Ne7 14. Nd3 O-O 15.
f3 f5 16. b3 Qc8 17. Nf2 Kh8 18. Qe2 f4 19. Bc1 c6 20. dxc6 Nxc6 21. Bxc6
Qxc6 22. Nb5 Nc5 23. Rd1 Rf6 24. Ba3 Bf8 25. Rd5 Qd7 26. Rd2 h5 27. Rad1
Ba6 28. Nd3 Qc6 29. Nxc5 bxc5 30. Bb2 Be7 31. c4 Kg8 32. Rd3 Bb7 33. Nc3
Qb6 34. h3 Rg6 35. R1d2 Rf8 36. Qd1 Rff6 37. Ba1 Qa6 38. Bb2 Qb6 39. Ba1 g4
40. hxg4 hxg4 41. fxg4 Rf7 42. Nb5 Qc6 43. Nxd6 Bxd6 44. Rxd6 Rxd6 45. Rxd6
Qxe4 46. Rd8+ Rf8 47. Rxf8+ Kxf8 48. Qd6+ Kf7 49. Qd7+ Kf6 50. g5+ Kxg5 51.
Qe7+ Kg4 52. Qg7+ Kf5 53. Qf7+ Kg4 54. Qg7+ Kf5 55. Qf7+ Kg4 56. Qg7+ *


A.R.B

ER
01-02-2014, 07:07 PM
whatever happened to A.R.B. ?

TheARBChessSys
02-02-2014, 10:32 PM
The A.R.B Chess System - Silicon Proof!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iynl0C6-WbI

The Following Game is Very Important! and will be Studied for a long time...as a Benchmark Computer Game (2013) Showing how Programs Rated (3000 -- 3100) ELO Play... The A.R.B Chess System.
When the End Game Position is reached the Computer Announces Mate in (61) Moves!! (This has Now been Shown to be a Komodo BUG!? There is a Quicker Win!! 02/02/2014) This would Never be Possible without the Program being linked to an Extensive Endgame Database...made up of (Fixed lines!) ? (No Calculating!) ? Put in by Humans? The Same is happening with the Openings? But is not as Noticeable because it's the Start of the Game...and leads to a Secure Start for the Computer! I Will Never!...Accept that the Machines are Number 1 without the Human help above.
The A.R.B Chess System is an Example on How Weak! They Are! Without Predefined (Fixed lines!) ? (No Calculating!) ? When a Chess Computer can Sit down :) and Play the Game from the Start to the End...by Thinking? Calculating on it's Own and Win!? then I will accept defeat.
Enjoy the Video!...a little humour Brightens the Day! I am Sure I.B.M will like it! ? :)


[Event "The A.R.B Chess System - Silicon Proof!"]
[Date "2013.08.28"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Computer-?"]
[White-Elo "3000"]
[Black "Computer-?"]
[Black-Elo "3000"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "Extreme! Per Move"]
[Annotator "Anthony.R.Brown"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Nf3 h6 4. Nc3 a6 5. Bd3 g6 6. O-O b6 7. Be3 Bg7 8. Qd2
Bb7 9. d5 e5 10. a4 a5 11. Bb5+ Nd7 12. Ne1 g5 13. Qe2 Ne7 14. Nd3 O-O 15.
b3 f5 16. f3 f4 17. Bc1 Ng6 18. Bb2 Qe7 19. Nf2 Qf7 20. Rad1 h5 21. Nh3 Bh6
22. Kh1 Nf6 23. Nf2 Qg7 24. Rg1 Nh4 25. Nd3 g4 26. Qe1 Bg5 27. Qf2 Ng6 28.
Qd2 Kh8 29. Rgf1 Bh6 30. Qe1 Rad8 31. b4 axb4 32. Nxb4 Rg8 33. Rg1 Ra8 34.
Ne2 Nh7 35. Nc6 Ng5 36. Rd3 Qf6 37. Qf1 Nh4 38. Ncd4 Kh7 39. Qe1 gxf3 40.
gxf3 Bc8 41. Qxh4 Nh3 42. Qe1 Nxg1 43. Nxg1 exd4 44. Bxd4 Qg5 45. Qf2 Bg7
46. Bc6 Rb8 47. c3 Be5 48. Bb5 Rg7 49. Rd2 Qe7 50. Qf1 Bd7 51. Nh3 Bxh3 52.
Qxh3 Kh6 53. Qe6+ Qxe6 54. dxe6 Rbg8 55. Bf2 Bxc3 56. Rc2 Bf6 57. h3 c5 58.
Bc4 Rd8 59. Rd2 Ra7 60. Bb5 Kg7 61. Kg2 Re7 62. Bd7 Rexd7 63. exd7 Rxd7 64.
Rd5 Rd8 65. Kf1 Be5 66. a5 Rb8 67. axb6 Kf6 68. Ke2 Rxb6 69. Rd2 Ke6 70.
Ra2 Rb3 71. Rd2 Ra3 72. Rd3 Bc3 73. Rd5 Ra2+ 74. Kf1 c4 75. Rxh5 Bf6 76.
Rh6 c3 77. Be1 Ra1 78. Ke2 c2 79. Bd2 c1=Q 80. Bxc1 Rxc1 81. h4 Rc2+ 82.
Ke1 Rh2 83. h5 Ke5 84. Rh7 Bh4+ 85. Kf1 Rf2+ 86. Kg1 Rxf3 87. Kh2 Rg3 88.
Rf7 Bf6 89. h6 Rg6 90. h7 Bh8 91. Rf8 Rh6+ 92. Kg2 Rxh7
93. Kf3 Rh3+ 0-1

TheARBChessSys
17-06-2014, 05:04 AM
Stockfish 5 Chess Program DRAWS! Round 1 v The A.R.B Chess System

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNa4IZJ9-lo

TheARBChessSys
18-06-2014, 04:45 AM
Stockfish 5 Chess Program DRAWS! Round 1 v The A.R.B Chess System

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNa4IZJ9-lo

TheARBChessSys
18-06-2014, 04:49 AM
[Event "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 04-Analysis"]
[Date "2014.06.12"]
[Round "1"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 5 Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3300+"]
[Black "Anthony.R.Brown"]
[Black-Elo "?"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 {last book move} 3. Nf3 h6 {Controls g5} 4. Bd3 a6 {
Secures b5} 5. O-O g6 6. c4 b6 7. Nc3 Bg7 8. Be3 Ne7 9. Qd2 g5 10. a3 Ng6 11.
d5 e5 12. b4 O-O {Black is behind in development.} 13. Rfc1 Nf4 14. Bc2 f5 15.
exf5 Bxf5 16. Bxf5 Rxf5 17. Qc2 Rf7 18. Nd2 Nd7 19. f3 Qf6 20. Rab1 g4 21. fxg4
Qg5 22. Kh1 Qxg4 23. Nde4 Nf6 24. Rf1 Raf8 25. Rf2 Nxe4 26. Qxe4 h5 27. a4 h4
28. a5 bxa5 29. bxa5 Qd7 30. h3 Rf6 31. Rb7 Nxh3 32. Rxf6 Rxf6 33. Rb8+ Kf7 34.
Qxh4 Nf4 35. Bxf4 exf4 (35... Rxf4 $4 36. Qh5+ Ke7 37. c5 dxc5 38. Qg6 $18) 36.
Qh5+ Rg6 37. Ne2 Qe7 38. Rb7 (38. Nxf4 $4 {taking the pawn will cause White grave problems}
Qe1+ 39. Kh2 Qg3+ 40. Kh1 Qxf4 $19) 38... Qe4 39. Rxc7+ Kf8 40. Rc8+ Ke7 41. Qh4+ {
Attacking the isolated pawn on f4} Bf6 42. Qh7+ Bg7 43. Qh4+ Bf6 44. Qh7+ Bg7
45. Qh4+ 1/2-1/2

TheARBChessSys
29-09-2014, 06:51 AM
The A.R.B Chess System v Stockfish 5 Chess Program CRUSHED!! Round 2


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2Q8NvLdiEk

TheARBChessSys
29-09-2014, 07:55 PM
[Event "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 05-Analysis"]
[Date "2014.09.27"]
[Round "2"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Anthony.R.Brown"]
[White-Elo "?"]
[Black "Stockfish 5 Chess Program"]
[Black-Elo "3300+"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1-0"]

1. e3 e5 2. d3 d5 {last book move} 3. h3 Nf6 4. a3 {Secures b4} c5 5. g3 Nc6 6.
b3 Bd6 7. Bg2 Be6 8. Ne2 O-O 9. g4 d4 {This push gains space} 10. e4 b5 11. O-O
c4 12. bxc4 bxc4 13. Nd2 c3 14. Nf3 Rb8 15. Ng5 Bc8 16. f4 Nd7 17. f5 Be7 18.
Nf3 f6 19. h4 {White prepares the advance g5} Nc5 20. g5 Kh8 21. g6 hxg6 22.
fxg6 Bg4 23. Ng3 Qe8 24. h5 Rb2 {The rook dominates} 25. Kh2 Bd6 26. Bh3 Bxf3
27. Rxf3 Ne7 28. Nf5 {White prepares h6} Nxf5 29. Bxf5 Qa4 30. Rf2 Kg8 31. h6 Rxc2
32. Rxc2 Qb3 33. Raa2 Rb8 34. Qf3 Bf8 35. Kg3 Rb6 36. Rh2 Qb1 37. Rac2 Rb7
38. Qh5 a6 39. hxg7 Bxg7 40. Qh7+ Kf8 41. Bh6 Qg1+ 42. Rcg2 Qe1+ 43. Rf2 Qe3+
44. Bxe3 dxe3 45. Qh8+ $1 {the final nail in the coffin} Bxh8 46. Rxh8+ Ke7 47. g7 Kd6
48. g8=Q Kc6 (48... Kc7 {does not improve anything} 49. Bc8 exf2 50. Bxb7 f1=N+ 51. Kh3
c2 52. Qc8+ Kb6 53. Qc6+ Ka5 54. Qxc5+ Ka4 55. Qb4#) 49. Qd5+ Kb6 50. Rc8 Rg7+
51. Bg4 Rc7 52. Rxf6+ Ka5 53. Qc4 Nxe4+ 54. Qxe4 Rc4 (54... Rb7 {cannot change destiny}
55. Qxb7 c2 56. Rxa6#) 55. Rxc4 c2 56. Qxe5# 1-0

TheARBChessSys
30-09-2014, 08:41 PM
[Event "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 05-Analysis"]
[Date "2014.09.27"]
[Round "2"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Anthony.R.Brown"]
[White-Elo "?"]
[Black "Stockfish 5 Chess Program"]
[Black-Elo "3300+"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1-0"]

1. e3 e5 2. d3 d5 {last book move} 3. h3 Nf6 4. a3 {Secures b4} c5 5. g3 Nc6 6.
b3 Bd6 7. Bg2 Be6 8. Ne2 O-O 9. g4 d4 {This push gains space} 10. e4 b5 11. O-O
c4 12. bxc4 bxc4 13. Nd2 c3 14. Nf3 Rb8 15. Ng5 Bc8 16. f4 Nd7 17. f5 Be7 18.
Nf3 f6 19. h4 {White prepares the advance g5} Nc5 20. g5 Kh8 21. g6 hxg6 22.
fxg6 Bg4 23. Ng3 Qe8 24. h5 Rb2 {The rook dominates} 25. Kh2 Bd6 26. Bh3 Bxf3
27. Rxf3 Ne7 28. Nf5 {White prepares h6} Nxf5 29. Bxf5 Qa4 30. Rf2 Kg8 31. h6 Rxc2
32. Rxc2 Qb3 33. Raa2 Rb8 34. Qf3 Bf8 35. Kg3 Rb6 36. Rh2 Qb1 37. Rac2 Rb7
38. Qh5 a6 39. hxg7 Bxg7 40. Qh7+ Kf8 41. Bh6 Qg1+ 42. Rcg2 Qe1+ 43. Rf2 Qe3+
44. Bxe3 dxe3 45. Qh8+ $1 {the final nail in the coffin} Bxh8 46. Rxh8+ Ke7 47. g7 Kd6
48. g8=Q Kc6 (48... Kc7 {does not improve anything} 49. Bc8 exf2 50. Bxb7 f1=N+ 51. Kh3
c2 52. Qc8+ Kb6 53. Qc6+ Ka5 54. Qxc5+ Ka4 55. Qb4#) 49. Qd5+ Kb6 50. Rc8 Rg7+
51. Bg4 Rc7 52. Rxf6+ Ka5 53. Qc4 Nxe4+ 54. Qxe4 Rc4 (54... Rb7 {cannot change destiny}
55. Qxb7 c2 56. Rxa6#) 55. Rxc4 c2 56. Qxe5# 1-0

Agent Smith
01-10-2014, 09:12 PM
So - you play arcane time controls and silly bugger openings, just to show computer programs still have slight weaknesses. How many games do you lose ?

Moreover, what do you hope to achieve ?
Sorry - but it's getting boring.

Kevin Bonham
01-10-2014, 10:16 PM
I'd wonder why, if this system so demonstrates the weakness of computers, he allows computers to auto-annotate the games (computer auto-annotation being as dreadful as it's always been). Hopefully it's just a sense of humour showing.

TheARBChessSys
01-10-2014, 10:17 PM
So - you play arcane time controls and silly bugger openings, just to show computer programs still have slight weaknesses. How many games do you lose ?

Moreover, what do you hope to achieve ?
Sorry - but it's getting boring.


You Sound like a little Smart R's Mummy will be home soon to Change your Diaper! :)

Yes it get's Boring Beating (3300)+ ELO Programs! let's see when the Next W.C.C tries it.


A.R.B

TheARBChessSys
01-10-2014, 10:20 PM
I'd wonder why, if this system so demonstrates the weakness of computers, he allows computers to auto-annotate the games (computer auto-annotation being as dreadful as it's always been). Hopefully it's just a sense of humour showing.

It's better than Me annotating it :) besides it's done after the Game Which is then a Neutral way of doing it!


A.R.B

Agent Smith
05-10-2014, 03:00 PM
You Sound like a little Smart R's Mummy will be home soon to Change your Diaper!

Yes it get's Boring Beating (3300)+ ELO Programs!
Boring for us. The first couple of times was interesting... but now find something else to do than getting beat by Stockfish, then trolling the whole web the one game in a 1000 you win, eh ? :clap: Idiot.

TheARBChessSys
11-10-2014, 11:19 PM
Boring for us. The first couple of times was interesting... but now find something else to do than getting beat by Stockfish, then trolling the whole web the one game in a 1000 you win, eh ? :clap: Idiot.

Jealousy is a Killer! :)

Definition for Beat...
http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/beat


A.R.B

TheARBChessSys
29-10-2014, 07:44 PM
The A.R.B Chess System - Games 01-05 - 2013-14

Below Attached as .pgn's are all My Games 01-05 - 2013-14

Enjoy and look forward to some more in (2015 )


Anthony.

TheARBChessSys
05-11-2014, 04:54 PM
TCEC - SCAM! - Thoresen Chess Engines Competition ???


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfeRSq3ihwk&list=UUdn_FOdxkWjTJGWWZf1Y6uQ

TheARBChessSys
02-12-2014, 10:26 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxsORZ8rcLA&list=UUdn_FOdxkWjTJGWWZf1Y6uQ

Komodo 8 FALSE! Propaganda...

Komodo 8 First FREE! Win Point =
[White "Komodo 1318"] [Black "Naum 4.6"] [Event "TCEC Season 7 - Stage 2"]
[Date "2014.11.02"] [Round "8"] [TerminationDetails "Black disconnects"] ??? :(

Komodo 8 Second FREE! Win Point =
[White "Critter 1.6a"][Black "Komodo 1324"] [Event "TCEC Season 7 - Stage 3"]
[Date "2014.11.24"] [Round "19"] [TerminationDetails "White's connection stalls"] ??? :(

[Event "TCEC Season 7 - Stage 2"]
[Site "http://tcec.chessdom.com"]
[Date "2014.11.02"]
[Round "8"]
[White "Komodo 1318"]
[Black "Naum 4.6"]
[Result "1-0"]
[BlackElo "3074"]
[ECO "D30"]
[EventDate "2014.10.24"]
[GameDuration "01:04:43"]
[Opening "QGD: 3.Nf3 Nf6"]
[PlyCount "7"]
[Termination "abandoned"]
[TerminationDetails "Black disconnects"]
[TimeControl "7200+30"]
[WhiteElo "3230"]

{ WhiteEngineOptions: Protocol=UCI; Hash=16384; Table Memory=256; Threads=16; Use Syzygy=false; OwnBook=false; Ponder=false;, BlackEngineOptions: Protocol=UCI; Hash=1024; MaxThreads=16; OwnBook=false; Ponder=false; }
1. d4 { d=25, pd=d5, mt=00:01:53, tl=01:58:36, s=15031 kN/s, n=1712503125, pv=d4 d5 c4 c6 cxd5 cxd5 Nf3 Nc6 Nc3 a6 Qb3 Nf6 Bf4 Bf5 Qxb7 Na5 Qc7 Qxc7 Bxc7 Nc4 b3 Na3 Rc1 e6 Ba5 Nc2+ Kd2 Na3 e3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.20, }
Nf6 { d=25, pd=Nf3, mt=00:05:25, tl=01:55:04, s=20062 kN/s, n=6521868347, pv=Nf6 Nf3 d5 c4 e6 e3 Nc6 Nc3 Be7 Bd3 O-O O-O Nb4 Be2 c5 h3 h6 Bd2 cxd4 exd4 dxc4 Bxc4 Qb6 a3 Nbd5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.17, }
2. c4 { d=26, pd=e6, mt=00:02:38, tl=01:56:27, s=15683 kN/s, n=2482800169, pv=c4 e6 Nc3 Bb4 Bd2 b6 e3 O-O Bd3 Bb7 f3 d5 cxd5 Nxd5 Nge2 Nxc3 bxc3 Bd6 Ng3 Qh4 O-O Bxg3 hxg3 Qxg3 Qe1 Qxe1 Raxe1 h6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.18, }
e6 { d=24, pd=Nc3, mt=00:05:13, tl=01:50:20, s=23036 kN/s, n=7187153588, pv=e6 Nc3 d5 Nf3 Nc6 g3 Bd6 c5 Be7 Bf4 Nh5 Be3 b6 Bg2 O-O O-O Nf6 cxb6 axb6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.16, }
3. Nf3 { d=26, pd=d5, mt=00:02:08, tl=01:54:49, s=17075 kN/s, n=2191530993, pv=Nf3 d5 Bg5 dxc4 Nc3 c5 e3 cxd4 exd4 Be7 Bxc4 O-O O-O Nc6 a3 h6 Bf4 a6 Rc1 b5 d5 exd5 Bxd5 Nxd5 Nxd5 Be6 Nc7 Qxd1, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.20, }
d5 { d=25, pd=Nc3, mt=00:06:56, tl=01:43:54, s=24128 kN/s, n=10047511463, pv=d5 Nc3 Be7 g3 O-O Bg2 c5 dxc5 Bxc5 cxd5 exd5 O-O Nc6 Bg5 Be6 Rc1 Be7 Bf4 Qb6 Ne5 Rfd8 Na4 Qb5 Nd3 Rac8, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.24, }
4. Bg5 { d=27, pd=Be7, mt=00:06:57, tl=01:48:21, s=18510 kN/s, n=7733281972, pv=Bg5 Be7 e3 h6 Bxf6 Bxf6 Nc3 O-O Rc1 c6 Bd3 Nd7 O-O dxc4 Bxc4 e5 Ne4 exd4 Nxf6+ Nxf6 Nxd4 Qe7 Qb3 c5 Ne2 b6 f3 Bd7 Rfd1 Rad8 e4 Be6 Bxe6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.18,, Black disconnects }
1-0


[Event "TCEC Season 7 - Stage 3"]
[Site "http://tcec.chessdom.com"]
[Date "2014.11.24"]
[Round "19"]
[White "Critter 1.6a"]
[Black "Komodo 1324"]
[Result "0-1"]
[BlackElo "3219"]
[ECO "C11"]
[EventDate "2014.11.10"]
[GameDuration "04:17:19"]
[Opening "French: Steinitz, 5.Nf3 c5 6.dxc5"]
[PlyCount "106"]
[TerminationDetails "White's connection stalls"]
[TimeControl "7200+30"]
[WhiteElo "3094"]

{ WhiteEngineOptions: Protocol=UCI; Hash=8192; Threads=16; Split Depth=12; OwnBook=false; Ponder=false;, BlackEngineOptions: Protocol=UCI; Hash=16384; Table Memory=256; Threads=16; Drawscore=-5; Use Syzygy=false; OwnBook=false; Ponder=false; }
1. e4 { book } e6 { book } 2. d4 { book } d5 { book } 3. Nc3 { book }
Nf6 { book } 4. e5 { book } Nfd7 { book } 5. Nf3 { book } c5 { book }
6. dxc5 { book } Nc6 { book } 7. Bf4 { book } Bxc5 { book } 8. Bd3 { book }
f6 { book }
9. exf6 { d=23, pd=Nxf6, mt=00:03:29, tl=02:01:00, s=15806 kN/s, n=3298411714, pv=exf6 Nxf6 O-O O-O Qd2 a6 Rad1 b5 h3 Bd7 Bh2 Qe7 Rfe1 Rac8 a3 Ba7 Kh1 h6 Ne5 Nxe5 Bxe5 Bc6 Bg6 Be8 Bd3 Bb6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=-0.07, }
Nxf6 { d=25, pd=Na4, mt=00:02:20, tl=02:02:09, s=15346 kN/s, n=2151964571, pv=Nxf6 Na4 Bd6 Bxd6 Qxd6 O-O e5 c4 d4 Qb3 Qe7 Rfe1 O-O Qb5 Bd7 Nc5 Rab8 h3 Be8 Bf5 Nd8 Qb4 Nc6 Qb5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.10, }
10. O-O { d=24, pd=O-O, mt=00:05:22, tl=01:56:08, s=19420 kN/s, n=6253832916, pv=O-O O-O Na4 Bd6 Bxd6 Qxd6 c4 Ng4 Bxh7+ Kxh7 Ng5+ Kg6 Qxg4 Qf4 Qxf4 Rxf4 Nf3 Rxc4 b3 Rc2 Ne1 Re2 Nc3 Rd2 Nf3 Rc2 Nb5 Bd7 Rfc1 Rxc1+ Rxc1 Rc8 Nd6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=-0.10, }
a6 { d=26, pd=Ne5, mt=00:06:50, tl=01:55:49, s=18483 kN/s, n=7580257724, pv=a6 Ne5 Nxe5 Bxe5 O-O Qf3 g6 Qh3 Bd6 Qg3 Bxe5 Qxe5 Qb6 Na4 Qc6 Nc3 Nd7 Qg5 Qb6 Bxg6 hxg6 Qxg6+ Kh8 Qh6+ Kg8 Qg6+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.10, }
11. Ne2 { d=24, pd=O-O, mt=00:03:28, tl=01:53:10, s=17681 kN/s, n=3687529745, pv=Ne2 O-O c4 Nb4 cxd5 Nxd3 Qxd3 Qxd5 Rad1 Qxd3 Rxd3 Bd7 Ned4 Rad8 Rc1 Ne4 Be5 Rc8 Rf1 Nf6 Rfd1 Ne4 a3 Ba7 Re1 Nc5 Rc3 h6 Bd6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.09, }
O-O { d=27, pd=c4, mt=00:03:29, tl=01:52:50, s=20113 kN/s, n=4207289338, pv=O-O c4 Nb4 Nc3 b6 Na4 Nxd3 Qxd3 Be7 Nc3 dxc4 Qxc4 b5 Qe2 Qb6 Rfd1 Bb7 Be3 Bxf3 Qxf3 Bc5 Bxc5 Qxc5 Rac1 Qb6 Qe2 Rad8 Rxd8 Rxd8 Ne4 e5 Qf3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.14, }
12. c4 { d=24, pd=Nb4, mt=00:04:29, tl=01:49:10, s=19600 kN/s, n=5278881894, pv=c4 Nb4 cxd5 Nxd3 Qxd3 Qxd5 Rad1 Qxd3 Rxd3 Bd7 Ned4 Rad8 Rc1 Bb6 Bd6 Rfe8 Be5 Ba4 h3 Rd5 b3 Bb5 Rdd1 Ne4 Re1 Bd3 Re3 Rxe5 Rxd3 Rd5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.07, }
Nb4 { d=27, pd=cxd5, mt=00:02:54, tl=01:50:25, s=20439 kN/s, n=3566995041, pv=Nb4 cxd5 Nxd3 Qxd3 Qxd5 Qc2 Qf5 Qc1 b6 Ng3 Qd3 Rd1 Qb5 Be3 Bb7 Bxc5 bxc5 a4 Qb4 Ne5 Rac8 Nd3 Qb6 a5 Qc6 f3 c4 Nf2 c3 Qc2 Nd5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.10, }
13. cxd5 { d=24, pd=Nxd3, mt=00:03:52, tl=01:45:48, s=20362 kN/s, n=4736373556, pv=cxd5 Nxd3 Qxd3 Qxd5 Rad1 Qxd3 Rxd3 Bd7 Ned4 Rad8 Rc1 Bb6 Bd6 Rfe8 Be5 Ba4 h3 h6 Rd2 Nd5 Bg3 Re7 Re2 Bd7 Bd6 Ree8 b3 Ba7, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.10, }
exd5 { d=29, pd=Rc1, mt=00:09:06, tl=01:41:49, s=20919 kN/s, n=11424609062, pv=exd5 Rc1 Nxd3 Qxd3 b6 Be3 Qd6 Bf4 Qd7 Be3 Qd6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.10, }
14. Rc1 { d=25, pd=Nxd3, mt=00:02:27, tl=01:43:50, s=17187 kN/s, n=2535251383, pv=Rc1 Nxd3 Qxd3 b6 Be3 Qd6 Rfe1 Re8 Ned4 Bd7 Nf5 Qf8 h3 Bb5 Qb3 Bd7 Qd3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Nxd3 { d=29, pd=Qxd3, mt=00:03:17, tl=01:39:02, s=21022 kN/s, n=4142642918, pv=Nxd3 Qxd3 b6 Rfe1 a5 Nc3 Ba6 Qd1 Ne4 Be3 Nxc3 bxc3 Qd6 Qd2 Rae8 Bd4 Re4 Bxc5 Rxe1+ Rxe1 bxc5 Ne5 a4 f4 d4 g3 d3 c4 Qd4+ Re3 Bxc4 Nxc4 Qxc4 Rxd3 Re8, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.10, }
15. Qxd3 { d=22, pd=b6, mt=00:00:00, tl=01:44:20, s=9828 kN/s, n=157250, pv=Qxd3 b6 Be3 Qd6 Rfe1 Re8 Ned4 Bd7 Nf5 Qf8 h3 Bb5 Qb3 Bd7 Qd3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
b6 { d=27, pd=Nc3, mt=00:02:11, tl=01:37:21, s=20982 kN/s, n=2749226969, pv=b6 Nc3 a5 Rfe1 Ba6 Qd1 Ne4 Be3 Nxc3 bxc3 Qd6 Qa4 Rf5 Bxc5 bxc5 Re3 Rf4 Qc2 Raf8 Rce1 Bc8 Re5 R4f5 Re8 Rxe8 Rxe8+ Rf8 Rxf8+ Qxf8 Qa4 Bf5 Qxa5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.15, }
16. Be3 { d=25, pd=Qd6, mt=00:02:29, tl=01:42:21, s=19165 kN/s, n=2857045394, pv=Be3 Qd6 Rfe1 Re8 Bf4 Qf8 Nc3 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Bb7 h3 Re8 Rxe8 Qxe8 Be3 Qe7 a3 h6 b4 Bxe3 fxe3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.08, }
Qd6 { d=27, pd=Rfe1, mt=00:01:27, tl=01:36:24, s=21021 kN/s, n=1831527117, pv=Qd6 Rfe1 Bg4 Bf4 Qd7 Ne5 Qb5 Nc3 Qxb2 Bg3 Rae8 Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 Kg8 a4 Qf5 Qa2+ Qf7 Qc2 Qf5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.09, }
17. Rfe1 { d=25, pd=Re8, mt=00:03:06, tl=01:39:45, s=19264 kN/s, n=3594920646, pv=Rfe1 Re8 Bf4 Qd7 Nc3 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Bb7 Be3 Re8 Re2 Qd6 h3 Bb4 a3 Bxc3 Qxc3 Ne4 Qd4 Re6 Nd2 a5 Nxe4 Rxe4 Qd3 d4 Re1 Qd5, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.07, }
Bg4 { d=30, pd=Bf4, mt=00:02:51, tl=01:34:03, s=22211 kN/s, n=3799362630, pv=Bg4 Bf4 Qd7 Ne5 Qb5 Nc3 Qxb2 Bg3 Rae8 Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qe4 Qxf6 Qc2 Qf7 h3 Kg8 a4 Qf5 Qd2 Qf7 Qc2, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.09, }
18. Bf4 { d=26, pd=Qd7, mt=00:07:36, tl=01:32:38, s=20052 kN/s, n=9161252980, pv=Bf4 Qd7 Ne5 Qb5 Nc3 Qxb2 Bg3 Rae8 Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qe5 Qxe5 Bxe5 gxf6 Bf4 Rd8 g3 Kg7 Kg2 Rd3 Re6 Ra3 Re2 Rd3 Re1 Ra3 Re2, tb=0, R50=48, wv=0.00, }
Qd7 { d=31, pd=Ne5, mt=00:02:00, tl=01:32:32, s=22918 kN/s, n=2763742835, pv=Qd7 Ne5 Qb5 Nc3 Qxb2 Bg3 Rae8 Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qe4 Qxf6 Qc2 Qf5 Qd2 Kg8 h3 Qf7 Qc2 Qd5 Rd1 Qf5 Qc4+ Kh8 Qe2 b5 Rd2 Qb1+ Rd1 Qf5, tb=0, R50=48, wv=0.09, }
19. Ne5 { d=25, pd=Qb5, mt=00:01:55, tl=01:31:12, s=19933 kN/s, n=2308974976, pv=Ne5 Qb5 h3 Bh5 Ng3 Bg6 Qxb5 axb5 a3 Ng4 Nxg4 Rxf4 Ne2 Rc4 Nc3 b4 axb4 Rxb4 Nxd5 Rxb2 Ne7+ Kh8 Nxg6+ hxg6 Rb1 Rba2 Kf1 Kg8 Re2 Kf8 Ne5 Rxe2 Kxe2 Ra2+ Kd3 Bxf2 Nxg6+ Kf7, tb=0, R50=47, wv=0.08, }
Qb5 { d=32, pd=Nc3, mt=00:04:26, tl=01:28:36, s=23904 kN/s, n=6363305072, pv=Qb5 Nc3 Qxb2 Bg3 Rae8 Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Rf1 Qxf6 Qc4 a5 h3 Qf7 Qc2 Kg8 Rd1 Qf5 Qb3+ Qf7 Qc2, tb=0, R50=47, wv=0.09, }
20. Bg3 { d=25, pd=Qxb2, mt=00:02:12, tl=01:29:29, s=19720 kN/s, n=2621666058, pv=Bg3 Qxb2 Nc3 Rae8 Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qe5 Qxe5 Bxe5 gxf6 Bf4 Rd8 Kf1 Kg7 Be3 Bxe3 Rxe3 Rd2 Re2 Rd1+ Re1 Rd2 Re2, tb=0, R50=46, wv=0.00, }
Qxb2 { d=31, pd=Nc3, mt=00:04:02, tl=01:25:04, s=24197 kN/s, n=5864642699, pv=Qxb2 Nc3 Rac8 Nxd5 Be6 Nc4 Qb5 Nc7 Rxc7 Bxc7 Ng4 Rxe6 Nxf2 Qd5 Nh3+ Kh1 Nf2+ Kg1, tb=0, R50=46, wv=0.09, }
21. Nc3 { d=26, pd=Rae8, mt=00:02:23, tl=01:27:35, s=21040 kN/s, n=3028121817, pv=Nc3 Rae8 Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qe5 Qxe5 Rxe5 gxf6 Rd5 Re8 Kf1 Kg7 Bf4 Kg6 g3 h5 Rd2 a5 Kg2 Re4 Bd6 Re1 Bxc5 bxc5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Rae8 { d=33, pd=Rb1, mt=00:05:26, tl=01:20:07, s=25035 kN/s, n=8181469121, pv=Rae8 Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qe2 b5 Qc2 Qf5 Qxf5 Rxf5 Re8+ Rf8 Re6 Rf6 Re8+ Rf8, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.09, }
22. Rb1 { d=27, pd=Qa3, mt=00:02:00, tl=01:26:05, s=20008 kN/s, n=2402859897, pv=Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 a5 Re2 Rf7 Re5 Qf6 Re2 Qf5, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.00, }
Qa3 { d=34, pd=Nxg4, mt=00:02:24, tl=01:18:13, s=24305 kN/s, n=3504256894, pv=Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Rd1 Qxf6 Kh1 Qf5 Qd2 h6 h3 b5 Re1 Qg6 Kh2 Rf6 Re5 Bd6 Rd5 Bxg3+ fxg3 Kh7 Rd8 Re6 Rd7 Qf5 Qc3 Qg6 Qd4 Qf6 Qd2 Qg6 Qc3 Qf6 Qc2+ Qg6, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.09, }
23. Nxg4 { d=27, pd=Rxe1+, mt=00:01:48, tl=01:24:47, s=19940 kN/s, n=2159953278, pv=Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Qf6 Qc2, tb=0, R50=48, wv=0.00, }
Rxe1+ { d=36, pd=Rxe1, mt=00:03:56, tl=01:14:46, s=25500 kN/s, n=6030505843, pv=Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Rd1 Qxf6 Qd2 Qg6 Kh1 h6 h3 Kh7 Qe2 b5 Kh2 Re8 Qf3 Rf8 Qe2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.09, }
24. Rxe1 { d=26, pd=Nxg4, mt=00:00:00, tl=01:25:17, s=0 kN/s, n=2051, pv=Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Qf6 Qc2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Nxg4 { d=35, pd=Qxd5+, mt=00:02:55, tl=01:12:20, s=24402 kN/s, n=4293684711, pv=Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qe6 Qxf6 Qe2 h6 Rd1 Qg6 Qxa6 Qc2 Rf1 Kh7 h3 Rd8 Qb7 Qf5 a4 Rd3 Qc7 Rd2 Qc6 Rd3 Qc7, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.07, }
25. Qxd5+ { d=29, pd=Kh8, mt=00:01:52, tl=01:23:55, s=20209 kN/s, n=2248879530, pv=Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Qf6 Qc2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Kh8 { d=33, pd=Ne4, mt=00:00:57, tl=01:11:53, s=24312 kN/s, n=1406008157, pv=Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 Rd8 Kh1 Bb4 Rc1 Ba3 Re1 Bb4, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.07, }
26. Ne4 { d=31, pd=Nf6, mt=00:03:01, tl=01:21:23, s=20811 kN/s, n=3786963632, pv=Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Qf6 Qc2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Nf6 { d=34, pd=Nxf6, mt=00:02:12, tl=01:10:10, s=24567 kN/s, n=3266167589, pv=Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Kh7 Re5 Qg6 Kh2 Bd6 Re3 Bf4 Bxf4 Rxf4 Re5 Rf5 Rxf5 Qxf5 g4 Qf3 Qc2+ Kg8 Qc8+ Kh7 Qc2+, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.07, }
27. Nxf6 { d=29, pd=Qc3, mt=00:00:02, tl=01:21:50, s=20205 kN/s, n=53767195, pv=Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Qf6 Qc2, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.00, }
Qc3 { d=34, pd=Qd1, mt=00:01:25, tl=01:09:14, s=24312 kN/s, n=2081149423, pv=Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qe2 h6 h3 Rd8 Qc2 Qd4 Qg6 Qf6 Re8+ Rxe8 Qxe8+ Kh7 Qe2 Qg6 Be5 Qe6 Qd3+ Kg8 Qd8+ Bf8 Bc3 Qc6 Be5 b5 f4 Qc4 a3 Qc1+ Kh2 Qxa3 Qd5+ Kh7 Qe4+ Kg8 Qd5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.07, }
28. Qd1 { d=29, pd=Qxf6, mt=00:01:59, tl=01:20:20, s=20279 kN/s, n=2409899869, pv=Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Qf6 Qc2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Qxf6 { d=32, pd=Qc2, mt=00:00:54, tl=01:08:49, s=24433 kN/s, n=1336370840, pv=Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Kh7 Re5 Qg6 Kh2 Bd6 Re3 Bxg3+ Rxg3 Qe4 a4 Rf6 Rg4 Qf5 f3 Qe5+ Kg1 Qc5+ Kh1 Rd6 Qe2 Rd4 Rxd4 Qxd4 Qxa6 Qd1+ Kh2 Qd6+ Kg1 Qd4+ Kf1 Qa1+ Kf2 Qd4+ Kg3 Qe5+ Kf2 Qc5+, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.07, }
29. Qc2 { d=28, pd=h6, mt=00:01:48, tl=01:19:02, s=20958 kN/s, n=2267719735, pv=Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Qf6 Qc2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Rd8 { d=33, pd=Qc4, mt=00:03:45, tl=01:05:34, s=25130 kN/s, n=5665282646, pv=Rd8 Qc4 h6 Qxa6 Rd2 Qa8+ Kh7 Qe4+ Kh8 Qe8+ Kh7 Qe4+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.07, }
30. h3 { d=25, pd=h6, mt=00:01:38, tl=01:17:54, s=17561 kN/s, n=1721698994, pv=h3 h6 Kh2 Qd4 Re3 Qd5 Rf3 a5 a4 Kg8 Qg6 Qg5 Qe6+ Kh7 Rf7 Qg6 Qa2 Rd3 Ra7 Qf5 Qc4 Rd2 Qc3 Rd7 Rxd7 Qxd7 Be5 Qxa4 Qd3+ Kh8 Qd8+ Kh7 Qc7, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.00, }
Qg6 { d=33, pd=Qxg6, mt=00:01:35, tl=01:04:28, s=25871 kN/s, n=2474845970, pv=Qg6 Qxg6 hxg6 Bf4 Kg8 Kf1 Kf7 Be3 Rd5 Rc1 g5 Ke2 Re5 Kd3 Rd5+ Ke4 Ke6 Rc2 Re5+ Kf3 Kf6 Rc1 Ke6 Rc2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.07, }
31. Qxg6 { d=27, pd=hxg6, mt=00:01:42, tl=01:16:42, s=18723 kN/s, n=1915721404, pv=Qxg6 hxg6 Bf4 Rf8 Be3 Bxe3 Rxe3 Rc8 Rb3 Rc6 Kf1 Kh7 Ke1 g5 Kd2 Kg6 a4 Kf5 Rd3 Ke6 Rd4 Rc5 Kd3 b5 Re4+ Kd6 axb5 axb5 Kd2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.15, }
hxg6 { d=31, pd=Bf4, mt=00:00:48, tl=01:04:10, s=27103 kN/s, n=1304459746, pv=hxg6 Bf4 Kg8 Kf1 Rd3 Rc1 Ra3 Rc2 Kf7 g3 Bd4 Kg2 b5 Bc1 Ra4 Kf3 Ke6 h4 Rc4 Re2+ Kd5 Be3 Bc3 Bf4 Bf6 Rd2+ Rd4 Rc2 Rc4 Rd2+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.04, }
32. Bf4 { d=29, pd=Rd5, mt=00:02:11, tl=01:15:00, s=20911 kN/s, n=2750683500, pv=Bf4 Rd5 h4 Kg8 Kf1 Kf7 Rc1 a5 Ke2 b5 Rc3 b4 Rc4 Be7 Be3 Rd7 Rf4+ Bf6 g4 Ke6 g5 Bc3 Kf3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.10, }
Rd5 { d=32, pd=Re2, mt=00:02:06, tl=01:02:33, s=28859 kN/s, n=3658056165, pv=Rd5 Re2 g5 Be3 Bxe3 fxe3 Ra5 Kf2 Kh7 Rc2 b5 Ke2 Kg6 Kf3 Ra4 Rc6+ Kf7 Rc7+ Ke6 Rc6+ Kd5 Rg6 Ke5 Rxg7 Kf6 Rb7 Rxa2 g4 Ke5 Re7+ Kf6 Rb7, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.02, }
33. h4 { d=29, pd=Kg8, mt=00:02:40, tl=01:12:50, s=19588 kN/s, n=3138958884, pv=h4 Kg8 g3 Kf7 Kg2 b5 Rc1 a5 Kf3 Ke6 Re1+ Kf7 Re2 b4 Rc2 Ke6 Ke2 a4 Be3 Kd6 Bxc5+ Rxc5 Rxc5 Kxc5 Kd3 Kd5 g4 Kc5 f3 Kd5 f4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kc3 Ke4, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.07, }
Kg8 { d=34, pd=g3, mt=00:01:40, tl=01:01:23, s=27437 kN/s, n=2755246625, pv=Kg8 g3 Kf7 Kg2 b5 Rc1 Ke6 Kf3 a5 Re1+ Kf7 Rc1 b4 Be3 Bxe3 Rc7+ Kf6 Rc6+ Kf7 Kxe3 Re5+ Kf3 Rd5 Rc7+ Kf6 Rc6+ Kf7, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.02, }
34. g3 { d=30, pd=Kf7, mt=00:02:30, tl=01:10:50, s=20349 kN/s, n=3058433391, pv=g3 Kf7 Rc1 b5 Kf1 a5 Ke2 Ke6 Rc2 b4 Rc4 Kf7 Be3 Bxe3 Kxe3 g5 hxg5 Rxg5 Kd4 Rg4+ Kd3 Rg5 Ke4 Rg4+ Kd5 Rg5+ Kc6 Re5 Rc5 Re6+ Kd5 Rf6 Kc4 Rxf2 Rxa5 Rg2 Kxb4 Rxg3 Ra7+ Ke6 a4 g5 a5 g4 a6 Rd3 Kc4 Rf3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.07, }
Kf7 { d=34, pd=Kg2, mt=00:01:42, tl=01:00:10, s=28776 kN/s, n=2952955930, pv=Kf7 Kg2 b5 Kf3 Rd3+ Ke4 Rd4+ Kf3 Rc4 Rc1 Kf6 Rxc4 bxc4 Be3 Bxe3 Kxe3 Kf5 f3 Ke5 a4 Kd5 g4 Kc5 Kd2 Kd4 g5 Ke5 Kc3 Kd5 Kc2 Kd4 Kd2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.02, }
35. Rc1 { d=29, pd=b5, mt=00:01:30, tl=01:09:49, s=19384 kN/s, n=1732354913, pv=Rc1 b5 Kg2 a5 Kf3 Ke6 Re1+ Kf7 Re5 Rxe5 Bxe5 a4 Ke2 b4 f3 Bf8 Kd3 Ke6 Bd4 Kd5 f4 a3 Be5 Kc5 Kc2 Kc4 g4 Kd5 Kb3 Ke4 Kc4 Kf3 h5 gxh5 gxh5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.06, }
b5 { d=34, pd=Kg2, mt=00:03:06, tl=00:57:34, s=28420 kN/s, n=5296425891, pv=b5 Kg2 a5 Kf3 b4 Be3 Bxe3 Kxe3 Re5+ Kd3 Rd5+ Ke3, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.02, }
36. Kg2 { d=30, pd=a5, mt=00:01:46, tl=01:08:33, s=20373 kN/s, n=2175058146, pv=Kg2 a5 Kf3 Ke6 Re1+ Kf7 Rb1 b4 Rc1 Ke6 Ke2 Rf5 Rc2 Kd5 Be3 Bxe3 fxe3 Kd6 Rc8 g5 g4 Re5 h5 Rc5 Rg8 Rc7 Kd2 Kc6 Re8 a4 Re6+ Kd5 Ra6 a3 Ra5+ Rc5 Rxc5+ Kxc5 e4, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.05, }
a5 { d=33, pd=Kf3, mt=00:00:44, tl=00:57:19, s=28817 kN/s, n=1285783055, pv=a5 Kf3 b4 Be3 Bxe3 Kxe3 Re5+ Kd3 Rd5+ Ke3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.02, }
37. Kf3 { d=29, pd=b4, mt=00:01:35, tl=01:07:27, s=19764 kN/s, n=1895731316, pv=Kf3 b4 Be3 Bxe3 Rc7+ Kf6 Rc6+ Kf7 Kxe3 Re5+ Kf3 Rf5+ Kg2 Re5 Ra6 g5 hxg5 Rxg5 Kf3 Re5 Kg4 g6 f3 Rc5 Kf4 Kg7 Ke4 Rc4+ Ke5 Rc3 Rxa5 Rxf3 Ra7+ Kh6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.01, }
b4 { d=34, pd=Be3, mt=00:02:56, tl=00:54:53, s=28532 kN/s, n=5040029898, pv=b4 Be3 Bxe3 Kxe3 Re5+ Kd3 Rd5+ Ke3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.02, }
38. Be3 { d=29, pd=Bxe3, mt=00:01:26, tl=01:06:30, s=19686 kN/s, n=1686023433, pv=Be3 Bxe3 Rc7+ Kf6 Rc6+ Kf7 Kxe3 Re5+ Kf3 Rf5+ Kg2 g5 Rc7+ Kf6 hxg5+ Rxg5 Rc6+ Kf7 Ra6 Rf5 Ra7+ Kf6 f3 g6 Ra6+ Kg7 f4 Rc5 Ra7+ Kh6 Kh3 Rh5+ Kg4 Rc5 Ra8 Kg7 Ra6 Kf7 Kh3 Rb5 Kh4 Rc5 Kg4 Kg7 Ra7+ Kh6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Bxe3 { d=33, pd=Kxe3, mt=00:01:09, tl=00:54:13, s=29541 kN/s, n=2062297802, pv=Bxe3 Kxe3 Re5+ Kd3 Rd5+ Ke3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.02, }
39. Rc7+ { d=32, pd=Kf6, mt=00:01:38, tl=01:05:21, s=17899 kN/s, n=1771919873, pv=Rc7+ Kf6 Rc6+ Ke7 Kxe3 Re5+ Kf3 g5 hxg5 Rf5+ Ke3 Re5+ Kd3 Rd5+ Kc2 Rxg5 Kd2 Rd5+ Ke2 g5 Ra6 Rc5 Kd1 Kd7 f3 Kc7 Kd2 Kb7 Re6 Rf5 Ke3 Rc5 Kd2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Kf6 { d=33, pd=Kxe3, mt=00:01:54, tl=00:52:48, s=29407 kN/s, n=3378774455, pv=Kf6 Kxe3 Re5+ Kf3 Rf5+ Ke3 Re5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.02, }
40. Rc6+ { d=32, pd=Ke7, mt=00:01:34, tl=01:04:17, s=19123 kN/s, n=1791697478, pv=Rc6+ Ke7 Kxe3 Re5+ Kf3 Rf5+ Ke2 g5 Rc7+ Kf6 hxg5+ Rxg5 Rc6+ Kf7 Ke3 Re5+ Kd3 Rd5+ Ke2 Rg5, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.00, }
Kf7 { d=34, pd=fxe3, mt=00:02:20, tl=00:50:58, s=29458 kN/s, n=4129633839, pv=Kf7 fxe3 Rd2 a3 b3 a4 b2 Rb6 Rc2 e4 Rd2 Ke3 Rg2 Kd4 Rc2 Rb7+ Ke6 Rb6+ Kf7, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.02, }
41. Kxe3 { d=32, pd=Rd1, mt=00:01:42, tl=01:03:04, s=20510 kN/s, n=2106019676, pv=Kxe3 Rd1 Rc7+ Kg8 Rc8+ Kh7 Rc2 Rb1 Kd2 a4 Rc1 Rb2+ Rc2 Rb1, tb=0, R50=48, wv=0.00, }
Rd1 { d=29, pd=Rc7+, mt=00:01:50, tl=00:49:37, s=30643 kN/s, n=3386453225, pv=Rd1 Rc7+ Kf6 Rc6+ Kf7, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.01, }
42. Rc7+ { d=32, pd=Kg8, mt=00:01:23, tl=01:02:10, s=19285 kN/s, n=1603953626, pv=Rc7+ Kg8 Rc8+ Kh7 Rc2 Rb1 Kd2 a4 Rc1 Rb2+ Rc2 Rb1, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Kg8 { d=30, pd=Rc2, mt=00:01:37, tl=00:48:30, s=31762 kN/s, n=3095396324, pv=Kg8 Rc2 Rb1 Kd4 Kh7 Rc5 a4 Ra5 a3 Kc4 Rb2 f4 Rxa2 Kxb4 Rg2 Rxa3 Kh6 Kc5 Kh5 Kd6 Kg4 Ke6 Rxg3 Rxg3+ Kxg3 Kf7 Kxf4 Kxg6 Kg4 h5 Kh4 Kxg7 Kxh5 Kf7 Kg5 Ke6 Kh4, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.00, }
43. Rc8+ { d=34, pd=Kh7, mt=00:01:32, tl=01:01:08, s=20014 kN/s, n=1848742835, pv=Rc8+ Kh7 Rc2 Rb1 Kd2 a4 Rc1 Rb2+ Rc2 Rb1, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.00, }
Kh7 { d=33, pd=Rc2, mt=00:02:37, tl=00:46:23, s=32463 kN/s, n=5101338486, pv=Kh7 Rc2 Rb1 f3 a4 Rc7 a3 Ra7 Rb2 Rb7 Kh6 Kf4 Rxa2 Rxb4 Re2 Rb8 Kh7 Ra8 a2 Ra6 Kh6 Ra8 Kh7, tb=0, R50=48, wv=0.01, }
44. Rc2 { d=35, pd=Rb1, mt=00:01:26, tl=01:00:11, s=20196 kN/s, n=1735552734, pv=Rc2 Rb1 Kd2 a4 Rc1 Rb2+ Rc2 Rb1, tb=0, R50=48, wv=0.00, }
Rb1 { d=33, pd=f3, mt=00:02:11, tl=00:44:41, s=33427 kN/s, n=4400813514, pv=Rb1 f3 a4 Rc5 a3 Ra5 Ra1 Ra4 Rxa2 Rxb4 Rc2 Ra4 a2 Ra5 Rg2 g4 Rb2 Kd4 Rf2 Ke3 Rh2 Kd4 Rd2+ Ke3 Rc2 Ke4 Kh6 Kd4 Rb2 Ke3 Rc2 Kd4, tb=0, R50=47, wv=0.01, }
45. Kd2 { d=37, pd=a4, mt=00:01:37, tl=00:59:04, s=19968 kN/s, n=1942903667, pv=Kd2 a4 Rc1 Rb2+ Rc2 Rb1, tb=0, R50=47, wv=0.00, }
a4 { d=36, pd=Rc1, mt=00:03:16, tl=00:41:55, s=34602 kN/s, n=6785401246, pv=a4 Rc1 Rxc1 Kxc1 Kh6 f3 g5 hxg5+ Kxg5 Kd2 Kf5 Kd3 Ke5 Kc4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc4 Ke4 Kc3 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke3 g6 Ke4 Kg4 Ke5 Kf3 f5 gxf5 Kxf5 Ke3 Kg6 Kf4 Kf7 Ke5 Kg6 Ke6 Kg5 Kd7 Kf4 Kc7, tb=0, R50=46, wv=0.00, }
46. Rc1 { d=38, pd=Rb2+, mt=00:01:46, tl=00:57:48, s=18289 kN/s, n=1930561792, pv=Rc1 Rb2+ Rc2 Rb1, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Rxc1 { d=35, pd=Kxc1, mt=00:00:39, tl=00:41:46, s=40407 kN/s, n=1582284682, pv=Rxc1 Kxc1 Kh6 f3 g5 hxg5+ Kxg5 Kc2 Kf5 Kd3 Ke5 Kc4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc3 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke4 Kf2 Kf5 Kf3 Kg5 Ke2 Kg4 Kf2 Kf5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.01, }
47. Kxc1 { d=37, pd=Kh6, mt=00:00:28, tl=00:57:50, s=17076 kN/s, n=470436662, pv=Kxc1 Kh6 Kc2 g5 hxg5+ Kxg5 f3 Kf5 Kd3 Ke5 Kc4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc2 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke4 g6 f5 gxf5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Kh6 { d=38, pd=f3, mt=00:01:11, tl=00:41:05, s=44093 kN/s, n=3138746935, pv=Kh6 f3 g5 hxg5+ Kxg5 Kc2 Kf6 Kd3 b3 axb3 axb3 Kc3 Ke5 Kxb3 Kd4 Kc2 Ke3 f4 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke3 g6 Ke4 Kg4 Ke5 Kf3 f5 gxf5 Kxf5 Ke3 Ke5 Kf3 Kf5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
48. Kc2 { d=40, pd=g5, mt=00:01:22, tl=00:56:57, s=17940 kN/s, n=1487427690, pv=Kc2 g5 hxg5+ Kxg5 f3 Kf5 Kd3 Ke5 Kc4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc2 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke4 g6 f5 gxf5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
g5 { d=39, pd=hxg5+, mt=00:01:42, tl=00:39:52, s=50868 kN/s, n=5227987627, pv=g5 hxg5+ Kxg5 f3 Kf5 Kd3 Ke5 Kc4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kxb3 Kd4 Kc2 Ke3 f4 g6 Kc3 Kf3 Kd4 Kxg3 Ke3 Kg4 Ke4 Kg3 Ke5 Kf3 Kf6 Kxf4 Kxg6 Ke5 Kg5 Kd6 Kg6 Kc7 Kf6 Kb7 Kf7 Kc6 Kg6 Kc7, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.00, }
49. hxg5+ { d=41, pd=Kxg5, mt=00:01:21, tl=00:56:05, s=19924 kN/s, n=1610776808, pv=hxg5+ Kxg5 f3 Kf5 Kd3 Ke5 Kc4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc2 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke4 g6 f5 gxf5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Kxg5 { d=38, pd=f3, mt=00:01:09, tl=00:39:12, s=52457 kN/s, n=3660457428, pv=Kxg5 f3 Kf5 Kd3 b3 axb3 axb3 Kc3 Ke5 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc4 Kf3 Kd4 Kxg3 Ke3 Kg2 Ke4 g6 Ke5 Kg3 Ke4 Kg4 Ke5 Kf3 f5 gxf5 Kxf5 Ke3 Ke5 Kf3 Kd5 Kg2 Ke4 Kg3 Ke3 Kg4 Ke4 Kg5 Ke5 Kg6 Ke6 Kh5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
50. f3 { d=42, pd=Kf5, mt=00:00:50, tl=00:55:45, s=20098 kN/s, n=998958634, pv=f3 Kf5 Kd3 Ke5 Kc4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc2 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke4 g6 f5 gxf5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Kf6 { d=36, pd=Kd3, mt=00:00:50, tl=00:38:52, s=50816 kN/s, n=2554244575, pv=Kf6 Kd3 Ke5 Kc4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc4 Kf3 Kd4 Kxg3 Ke4 g6 Ke5 Kf3 f5 gxf5 Kxf5 Ke3 Ke5 Kf2 Kf4 Kf1 Kf3 Ke1 Ke3 Kd1 Kd3 Ke1 Ke3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
51. Kd3 { d=41, pd=b3, mt=00:01:00, tl=00:55:15, s=19315 kN/s, n=1167162428, pv=Kd3 b3 axb3 axb3 Kc3 Ke5 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc2 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke4 g6 f5 gxf5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
b3 { d=36, pd=axb3, mt=00:00:41, tl=00:38:40, s=58420 kN/s, n=2441593894, pv=b3 axb3 axb3 Kc3 Ke5 Kxb3 Kd4 Kc2 Ke3 f4 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke3 Kg4 Ke4 g6 Ke5 Kf3 f5 gxf5 Kxf5 Ke3 Ke5 Kd3 Kd5 Ke3 Kd6 Kd4 Ke6 Kc3 Kf6 Kb4 Kg7 Kb3 Kg6 Ka4 Kf6 Ka3 Ke5 Ka2 Ke4 Ka1, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.00, }
52. axb3 { d=41, pd=axb3, mt=00:00:48, tl=00:54:56, s=20761 kN/s, n=996905211, pv=axb3 axb3 Kc3 Ke5 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc2 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke4 g6 f5 gxf5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
axb3 { d=36, pd=Kc3, mt=00:01:40, tl=00:37:29, s=66859 kN/s, n=6737951316, pv=axb3 Kc3 Ke5 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke4 Kc4 Kf3 Kd4 Kxg3 Ke5 g6 Ke4 Kg4 Ke5 Kf3 Kf6 Kxf4 Kxg6 Ke5 Kh5 Kf5 Kh6 Ke6 Kg6 Kd7 Kg5 Kc7 Kf4 Kd7 Ke4 Ke6 Kd3 Ke5 Kc2 Kd4 Kb2 Kd3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
53. Kc3 { d=49, pd=Ke5, mt=00:01:17, tl=00:54:08, s=17665 kN/s, n=1370937401, pv=Kc3 Ke5 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc2 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke4 g6 f5 gxf5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Ke5 { d=36, pd=Kxb3, mt=00:02:07, tl=00:35:52, s=66479 kN/s, n=8485461807, pv=Ke5 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc3 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke3 Kg4 Ke4 Kg3 f5 Kg4 Ke5 Kg5 Ke6 Kf4 f6 gxf6 Kxf6 Ke4 Kg5 Kd3 Kg4 Ke4 Kh5 Kf5 Kh4 Kf4 Kh3 Kf3 Kh4 Ke2 Kg5 Ke3 Kg4 Kd3 Kg3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00,, White's connection stalls }
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TheARBChessSys
02-12-2014, 10:32 PM
The Proof of the Pudding is in the Eating!...as they say :)

Stockfish 5 Wins! Stage 3 TCEC Season 7 Chess Engines Competition ???

The Real Score for Komodo 8 is -2 Points from the Final Table below because of the Two FREE! Win Points ? It Picked up against...

[White "Komodo 1318"] [Black "Naum 4.6"] [Event "TCEC Season 7 - Stage 2"]
[Date "2014.11.02"] [Round "8"] [TerminationDetails "Black disconnects"] ??? :(

[White "Critter 1.6a"][Black "Komodo 1324"] [Event "TCEC Season 7 - Stage 3"]
[Date "2014.11.24"] [Round "19"] [TerminationDetails "White's connection stalls"] ??? :(

So the True! Final Score is...

Stockfish 5 = 20 / 28 Points :)

Komodo 8 = 16.5 / 28 Points

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Rincewind
03-12-2014, 02:22 PM
The Real Score for Komodo 8 is -2 Points from the Final Table below because of the Two FREE! Win Points ? It Picked up against...

So the True! Final Score is...

Komodo 8 = 16.5 / 28 Points

Shouldn't that read 16.5 / 26 ???

TheARBChessSys
03-12-2014, 11:10 PM
Shouldn't that read 16.5 / 26 ???

Basically No! Because every Engine had to Play 28 Games! So Komodo 8 Get's NOTHING! for it's Two Losses instead of Two Easy Win! Points! :)

Kevin Bonham
03-12-2014, 11:20 PM
I assume he's saying the computer was lost when its opponents disconnected.

What are "TCEC Win Rule" and "TCEC Draw Rule"?

Rincewind
04-12-2014, 09:09 AM
I assume he's saying the computer was lost when its opponents disconnected.

I don't believe that was the case. The Naum game was terminated after 3 moves and far from resolved. The Critter game was terminated in an easily drawn king-pawn endgame.

Kevin Bonham
04-12-2014, 09:36 AM
I don't believe that was the case. The Naum game was terminated after 3 moves and far from resolved. The Critter game was terminated in an easily drawn king-pawn endgame.

In that case it may be that he's being completely silly.

Rincewind
04-12-2014, 09:46 AM
In that case it may be that he's being completely silly.

There were a lot of smilies in his posts and so I believe deliberately so but a representative result for the chessplay of Komodo 8, if you want to factor out the wins by disconnection, would be either 16.5/26 or 17/27.

TheARBChessSys
05-12-2014, 06:53 AM
The Reason for the...

So the True! Final Score is...

Stockfish 5 = 20 / 28 Points

Komodo 8 = 16.5 / 28 Points

Is Because in any Other Sport/Game where a Discrepancy is found! in the Case Concerning a Chess Engine Winning Two FREE! Points without Playing the Full Games ? then the Player/Engine that was Stripped of the Two Points would be Awarded them by Default!


A.R.B

Kevin Bonham
05-12-2014, 10:11 AM
Is Because in any Other Sport/Game where a Discrepancy is found! in the Case Concerning a Chess Engine Winning Two FREE! Points without Playing the Full Games ? then the Player/Engine that was Stripped of the Two Points would be Awarded them by Default!

Not true. As far as can be told, the opponents forfeited because one disconnected and the other's connection stalled. It is like if you are playing a tennis match and have to retire hurt; your opponent wins the game. In what sport does a player lose because their opponent has retired hurt?

Ian Rout
05-12-2014, 01:17 PM
In what sport does a player lose because their opponent has retired hurt?Probably none, but surely this is not a sport, it's a (quasi)scientific study. You wouldn't say a hypothesis was disproved because of what happened when the power in the lab failed.

Having said that, I don't have the faintest idea what the above interchange is about other than what I can infer from the context. Does it matter? - anybody can run two computer chess programs against each other.

Kevin Bonham
05-12-2014, 01:38 PM
TCEC is a competition of some kind:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thoresen_Chess_Engines_Competition

(Said page also explains what TCEC win rule and draw rule are. Draw rule sounds a bit fishy to me but obviously the competitors are agreeable to it or they wouldn't be competing.)

Rincewind
05-12-2014, 07:14 PM
The official score for Komodo 8 was as listed on the official cross table the -2 is a furphy with regards the competition since the disconnect would have been the fault of the Naum and Critter operators respectively. However if you want to look at demonstrations of playing ability then you could discount the Naum game entirely as it was only 3 moves long. The Critter game was long enough to be adjudicated as a draw.

TheARBChessSys
05-12-2014, 08:44 PM
Probably none, but surely this is not a sport, it's a (quasi)scientific study. You wouldn't say a hypothesis was disproved because of what happened when the power in the lab failed.

Having said that, I don't have the faintest idea what the above interchange is about other than what I can infer from the context. Does it matter? - anybody can run two computer chess programs against each other.


Yes! "- anybody can run two computer chess programs against each other"

And that is How TCEC is getting found out to be a SCAM! Because the Independent Results being put forward by other People Playing Chess Computer Competitions show The FREE! :) Stockfish 5 is Better than the Paid 80 Euro ? Komodo 8 like shown below...

http://immortalchess.net/forum/showthread.php?p=532842&langid=1

SYSTEM~i3 380M | 2 @ 2.53 | Win7 x64 | 6 GB Ram
TEST SUITE~5000 4 move.epd (opening suite reversing)
GUI~Little Blitzer 2.75
TB'S~No | PONDER~Off
HASH~512 MB
HT~On | CORE's~2
TIME~5 min + 3 sec (IPON/CEGT Time controls)

Sorry, but Komodo 8 is beaten here again by SF5 original even at longer time controls.
It appears in my testing that it may be #3 engine behind SF5 and H4...certainly not #1

This result is with a 95% confidence interval, it is outside the error bars 40 Elo vs 38 Error bars

Code:
Program Elo + - Games Score Av.Op. Draws

1 Stockfish 5 : 3220 38 38 150 55.7 % 3180 54.0 %
2 Komodo 8 : 3180 38 38 150 44.3 % 3220 54.0 %
GAMES

TheARBChessSys
29-12-2014, 03:06 AM
Stockfish 5 The No.1 Chess Program Stronger Than Deep Blue +

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjBp3n3ths8


More Results from another Test below!

Stockfish 5 = 3233 ELO

Komodo 8 = 3183 ELO

http://spcc.beepworld.de/endless-roundrobin.htm

TheARBChessSys
30-12-2014, 08:56 PM
The TCEC (Thoresen Chess Engines Competition ?) Results are Definitely Wrong!
Below are (5) Links Showing Stockfish 5 as being The No.1 Chess Program/Engine! Stronger than Komodo 8
http://spcc.beepworld.de/endless-roundrobin.htm
http://www.chess2u.com/t9255-komodo-1339-64-bit-8cpu-v-stockfish-221214-64-bit-8cpu-match
http://www.computerchess.org.uk/ccrl/404/
http://www.computerchess.org.uk/ccrl/404FRC/
http://www.chess2u.com/t6886p45-engineswar-rating-list#62788

The Stockfish 5 Version used in the later TCEC Stages was Not! The Best Optimum Version! As a Version used at the Start ? Where as the Komodo 8 TCEC Version was a Tweaked Version just for TCEC and Not! The Commercial ChessBase Version ? (This does Not! Mean the TCEC Version is Better...it was just made to fit in ? and do the Job! :) ) Stockfish 5 was leading the Early Stages including the Games played against Komodo 8 by 2.5 + Points! And then later it's Playing Strength Rapidly Deteriorated when TCEC uploaded some other Versions of Stockfish 5 ? Resulting in Stockfish 5 having a long Term -2 Points ??
Stockfish 5 Official Versions! :) Are improving every other week with improvements to the Engine by a Large dedicated Team! The Source Code is Open :) which shows the Amazing Work they are doing...
Stockfish 5 was the First Chess Program/Engine to Reach (3300) ELO Which is a Milestone in the History of Chess Computers! Mainly because of it's understanding of PAWNS! And how for the first time to Play In the Correct way like a GM & WC using it's PAWNS! Algorithms which can be seen in the Source Code (Note!) :) and it's Playing Style (Note!) :)
I Cannot Stress enough how important Correct PAWNS! Play is! Just as the Famous Chess Player François-André Danican Philidor Quoted “PAWNS! Are The Soul of Chess”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fran%C3%A7ois-Andr%C3%A9_Danican_Philidor

TheARBChessSys
14-04-2015, 03:13 AM
Stockfish 6 Chess Program Crushed!! - Using The A.R.B Chess System

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwgH96wrN2o


NOTICE!

The A.R.B Chess System Games are Now Played at (180) Seconds Each Per Move! :)
This is a Request from Chess Players Not Happy With the Chess Program/Engines Playing Millions
of Calculations Per Second! :( as With the Previous Rate of (60) Seconds Each Per Move!
So Now I Hope Everyone is Happy with the Machines Playing Billions of Calculations! :)

Anthony.R.Brown 08/04/2015


[Event "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 06-Short"]
[Date "2015.04.08"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 6 Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3300+"]
[Black "Anthony.R.Brown"]
[Black-Elo "?"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]

1. d4 e6 2. Nf3 d6 3. c4 h6 4. e4 a6 5. Nc3 g6 6. Be2 b6 7. O-O Bg7 8. Be3
Ne7 9. Qd2 Bb7 10. d5 e5 11. b4 Nd7 12. c5 Bc8 13. c6 Nf6 14. Qd1 Ng4 15.
Bd2 f5 16. Ne1 Nf6 17. f3 f4 18. Nd3 g5 19. Nf2 h5 20. Be1 Ng6 21. a4 Kf7
22. Rb1 Qg8 23. Rb2 Qh7 24. Nd3 g4 25. Qc1 Bh6 26. Qb1 Bg5 27. Qc2 Qh6 28.
b5 a5 29. Nd1 Kg7 30. Qb1 Bh4 31. Bd2 g3 32. h3 Ng4 33. Bc3 Nh2 34. Kh1 Bf6
35. Ne1 Qg5 36. Qc2 Qh4 37. Bd3 Bxh3 38. gxh3 Qxh3 39. Qg2 Qxg2+ 40. Kxg2
Nxf1 41. Bxf1 h4 42. Kh3 Nf8 43. Kg2 h3+ 44. Kg1 Ng6 45. Rd2 Rag8 46. Nb2
Kf7 47. Nbd3 g2 48. Nxg2 Nh4 49. Ne1 Rg3 50. Rf2 hxg2 51. Bxg2 Nxg2 52.
Rxg2 Rgh3 53. Kf1 Bh4 54. Ke2 Bxe1 55. Bxe1 Rh2 56. Rxh2 Rxh2+ 57. Bf2 Rh1
58. Be1 Ke7 59. Kd2 Rh2+ 60. Kc3 Ke8 61. Kc4 Rh3 62. Bf2 Kd8 63. Be1 Rxf3
64. Bh4+ Kc8 65. Be7 Re3 66. Bh4 Rxe4+ 67. Kd3 Rxa4 68. Be1 e4+ 69. Ke2
Ra2+ 70. Kf1 e3 71. Bc3 Rc2 72. Bd4 Rd2 73. Bf6 f3 74. Kg1 f2+ 75. Kg2 Rd1
76. Bg5 f1=Q+ 77. Kg3 Rd2 78. Kg4 Rg2+ 79. Kh5 Qf5 80. Kh6 Qxg5+ 81. Kh7
Qg7# *



[Event "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 06-Analysis"]
[Date "2015.04.08"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 6 Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3300+"]
[Black "Anthony.R.Brown"]
[Black-Elo "?"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]

1. d4 e6 2. Nf3 {last book move} d6 3. c4 h6 {Covers g5} 4. e4 a6 5. Nc3 g6 6. Be2 b6 7. O-O Bg7 8. Be3 Ne7 {Black should quickly conclude development.} 9. Qd2 Bb7 10. d5 e5 11. b4 Nd7 12. c5 Bc8 13. c6 Nf6 14. Qd1 Ng4 15. Bd2 f5 16. Ne1 Nf6 17. f3 f4 18. Nd3 g5 19. Nf2 h5 20. Be1 Ng6 21. a4 Kf7 22. Rb1 Qg8 23. Rb2 Qh7 24. Nd3 g4 {Black undermines the pawn chain} 25. Qc1 Bh6 26. Qb1 (26. Bd1 g3 27. Bb3 gxh2+ 28. Kxh2 h4 $15) 26... Bg5 $11 27. Qc2 Qh6 28. b5 {White gains space} (28. Qd1 gxf3 29. Bxf3 Ng4 $11) 28... a5 $11 29. Nd1 (29. Bd1 $5 $11) 29... Kg7 $15 30. Qb1 Bh4 31. Bd2 (31. Bxh4 Nxh4 32. Nc3 Qg5 $17) 31... g3 $19 32. h3 Ng4 33. Bc3 Nh2 34. Kh1 Bf6 35. Ne1 Qg5 36. Qc2 $2 (36. Bc4 $142 $19) 36... Qh4 37. Bd3 Bxh3 38. gxh3 Qxh3 39. Qg2 Qxg2+ 40. Kxg2 Nxf1 41. Bxf1 h4 42. Kh3 Nf8 43. Kg2 $2 (43. Rd2 Nh7 44. Nb2 Ng5+ 45. Kg2 h3+ 46. Kg1 Kf7 $19) 43... h3+ 44. Kg1 (44. Kh1 {does not win a prize} Ng6 45. Nd3 Rh5 $19) 44... Ng6 45. Rd2 (45. Nf2 {cannot undo what has already been done} gxf2+ 46. Rxf2 Bh4 $19) 45... Rag8 46. Nb2 (46. Nf2 {hoping against hope} gxf2+ 47. Rxf2 $19) 46... Kf7 47. Nbd3 (47. Nc4 {does not save the day} g2 48. Bxg2 Nh4 49. Bxa5 bxa5 $19 (49... Rxg2+ 50. Rxg2 Nxg2 51. Nxg2 $17)) 47... g2 48. Nxg2 (48. Rxg2 {hardly improves anything} hxg2 49. Nxg2 Nh4 $19) 48... Nh4 49. Nde1 Rg3 50. Rf2 (50. Bb2 {a fruitless try to alter the course of the game} Nxf3+ 51. Nxf3 Rxf3 $19 (51... hxg2 $6 {is easily refuted} 52. Bxg2 Ke7 53. Kf1 $11)) 50... hxg2 51. Bxg2 (51. Rxg2 {cannot change destiny} Nxf3+ 52. Nxf3 Rxf3 53. Bxa5 bxa5 $19) 51... Nxg2 52. Rxg2 (52. Nxg2 {does not solve anything} Rhh3 53. Bxa5 bxa5 $19) 52... Rgh3 53. Kf1 Bh4 54. Ke2 (54. Nd3 {there is nothing else anyway} Rxf3+ 55. Ke2 Re3+ 56. Kd2 Rxe4 57. Re2 Rxa4 58. Kc2 Ra2+ 59. Bb2 $19) 54... Bxe1 55. Bxe1 Rh2 56. Rxh2 Rxh2+ 57. Bf2 Rh1 58. Be1 Ke7 (58... Ke8 59. Bf2 Ra1 60. Be1 Rxa4 61. Bd2 Ra2 62. Ke1 Rxd2 63. Kxd2 Kf7 64. Kc1 Kg6 65. Kb2 Kh5 66. Kc3 a4 67. Kb2 Kh4 68. Kb1 Kg3 69. Kc1 a3 70. Kb1 Kxf3 71. Ka1 Ke2 72. Kb1 Kd2 73. Ka1 Kc3 74. Kb1 f3 75. Ka1 f2 76. Kb1 f1=Q+ 77. Ka2 Qxb5 78. Ka1 Qb2#) 59. Kd2 Rh2+ 60. Kc3 Ke8 (60... Rh3 61. Kd3 Rxf3+ 62. Ke2 Re3+ 63. Kf2 Kd8 64. Bd2 Ra3
65. Be1 Kc8 66. Bd2 Rxa4 67. Be1 Rxe4 68. Bd2 Rd4 69. Be1 Rd1 70. Bc3 Rc1 71. Bd2 Rc2 72. Ke2 e4 73. Kd1 Rxd2+ 74. Kxd2 a4 75. Kc1 f3 76. Kd2 a3 77. Kc3 f2 78. Kb3 f1=Q 79. Kxa3 Qb1 80. Ka4 e3 81. Ka3 e2 82. Ka4 Qa2+ 83. Kb4 e1=Q#) 61. Kc4 Rh3 62. Bf2 Kd8 63. Be1 Rxf3 64. Bh4+ (64. Bd2 {is not much help} Ra3 65. Be1 Rxa4+ 66. Kc3 Rd4 67. Bf2 f3 68. Kc2 Rxe4 69. Kb3 Re2 70. Bh4+ Kc8 71. Bg3 f2 72. Bxf2 Rxf2 73. Kc4 a4 74. Kb4 e4 75. Kc3 a3 76. Kd4 Re2 77. Kc3 a2 78. Kc4 a1=Q 79. Kb3 Rb2+ 80. Kc4 Qc1+ 81. Kd4 Rb4#) 64... Kc8 65. Be7 (65. Be1 {does not help much} Re3 66. Bf2 Rxe4+ 67. Kb3 Rb4+ 68. Ka2 e4 69. Be1 e3 70. Bxb4 axb4 71. a5 bxa5 72. b6 f3 73. b7+ Kb8 74. Ka1 f2 75. Kb1 e2 76. Ka1 e1=Q+ 77. Ka2 f1=Q 78. Kb3 Qb1+ 79. Ka4 Qa2#) 65... Re3 66. Bh4 (66. Bg5 {is no salvation} Rxe4+ 67. Kd3 Rxa4 68. Bh4 Rd4+ 69. Kc2 f3 70. Be1 a4 71. Kc3 Re4 72. Bg3 Re2 73. Kb4 f2 74. Bxf2 Rxf2 75. Ka3 e4 76. Kb4 Rf3 77. Kc4 Rd3 78. Kb4 a3 79. Kc4 a2 80. Kb4 a1=Q 81. Kc4 Qc3#) 66... Rxe4+ 67. Kd3 Rxa4 68. Be1 (68. Bg5 {Not much help}
Rd4+ 69. Ke2 Rxd5 70. Bh4 a4 71. Be1 a3 72. Bc3 Rc5 73. Kd2 Rxc3 74. Kxc3 f3 75. Kc4 a2 76. Kd3 e4+ 77. Kd2 f2 78. Ke2 e3 79. Kd1 a1=Q+ 80. Kc2 f1=Q 81. Kb3 Qxb5+ 82. Kc2 Qbb1#) 68... e4+ 69. Ke2 (69. Kd2 {doesn't change the outcome of the game} Ra2+ 70. Kc3 f3 71. Kd4 f2 72. Bxf2 Rxf2 73. Kxe4 a4 74. Kd3 Rb2 75. Ke4 a3 76. Kd3 a2 77. Ke4 a1=Q 78. Ke3 Rb3+ 79. Kf4 Qe5+ 80. Kg4 Rg3+ 81. Kh4 Qg5#) 69... Ra2+ 70. Kf1 e3 71. Bc3 Rc2 72. Bd4 Rd2 73. Bf6 f3 74. Kg1 f2+ 75. Kg2 Rd1 76. Bg5 (76. Kf3 {does not improve anything} f1=Q+ 77. Ke4 Qxf6 78. Kxe3 Qf5 79. Ke2 Qf1+ 80. Ke3 Rd3+ 81. Ke4 Qf3#) 76... f1=Q+ 77. Kg3 Rd2 78. Kg4 (78. Kh4 {doesn't help} Rg2 79. Kh5 Qf5 80. Kh6 Qxg5+ 81. Kh7 Rh2#) 78... Rg2+ 79. Kh5 Qf5 80. Kh6 Qxg5+ 81. Kh7 Qg7# (81... Rh2#) *

TheARBChessSys
15-04-2015, 05:26 AM
Will Stockfish Learn ?

http://www.thejoyfulprogrammer.com/qb64/forum/attachment.php?aid=459

http://www.thejoyfulprogrammer.com/qb64/forum/attachment.php?aid=460

Desmond
15-04-2015, 09:48 PM
So Now I Hope Everyone is Happy with the Machines Playing Billions of Calculations! :)
Billions of calculations in minutes is not much to crow about I'm afraid, computers have been measured in tera FLOPS (trillions per second) for decades. Bit like Dr evil thinking $1m is a staggering number to ask for in ransoming a government

l91ISfcuzDw

TheARBChessSys
16-04-2015, 12:14 AM
[QUOTE=road runner;394131]Billions of calculations in minutes is not much to crow about I'm afraid, computers have been measured in tera FLOPS (trillions per second) for decades. Bit like Dr evil thinking $1m is a staggering number to ask for in ransoming a government

Shows the Intellect Level of the Punters! :)


A.R.B

Agent Smith
16-04-2015, 06:46 AM
Haha... Chess has some special kind of looneys alright.

TheARBChessSys
18-04-2015, 11:12 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vk7eDMbV-zg

TheARBChessSys
23-04-2015, 03:17 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDnJJYqCtHw

TheARBChessSys
24-04-2015, 10:25 PM
I will Now Gradually post Stockfish's Move Mistakes Depth of (15 Moves/30 Ply) from the Video above (All Chess Engines Make The Same Mistakes! - The A.R.B Chess System)

Stockfish 6 Chess Program Crushed!! - Using The A.R.B Chess System 08-04-2015

Position 01 (Overextending The Centre PAWNS) - The A.R.B Chess System
Move 10. D4 – D5 ?

The Chess Engines Grabb FALSE! Space in the Centre by Overextending their Pawns and Close the Position to the Systems Advantage!

1. d4 e6 2. Nf3 d6 3. c4 h6 4. e4 a6 5. Nc3 g6 6. Be2 b6 7. O-O Bg7 8. Be3
Ne7 9. Qd2 Bb7 10. d5 {(d4-d5 e6-e5 g2-g3 Nb8-d7 a2-a3 Qd8-c8 Nf3-h4 a6-a5
b2-b4 Ne7-g8 Be2-d3 Ng8-f6 h2-h3 h6-h5 Nh4-f3 O-O Kg1-g2 c7-c6 Be3-g5
Qc8-b8 Rf1-c1 c6-c5 b4-b5 Qb8-c8 Rc1-f1 Qc8-c7 Ra1-d1 Ra8-d8 Rf1-e1 Rf8-e8
Bd3-c2) +0.93/30} 0-1

Stockfish 6 (White) (Move 10.d5) Searched to a Depth of (15 Moves/30 Ply) *

With a Score of +0.93 for Stockfish 6 Meaning it thinks it's Winning by about 1 Pawn :)

http://www.thejoyfulprogrammer.com/qb64/forum/attachment.php?aid=473

TheARBChessSys
25-04-2015, 07:50 PM
Below is another of Stockfish's Move Lines Which is a Good Example of the (Chess Engines Move Choice Conditions) and more like the line it chose in the Actual Game...with a better Score for itself!

Position 01 (Overextending The Centre PAWNS) - The A.R.B Chess System
Move 10. D4 – D5 ?

The Chess Engines Grabb FALSE! Space in the Centre by Overextending their Pawns and Close the Position to the Systems Advantage!

1. d4 e6 2. Nf3 d6 3. c4 h6 4. e4 a6 5. Nc3 g6 6. Be2 b6 7. O-O Bg7 8. Be3
Ne7 9. Qd2 Bb7 10. d5 {(d4-d5 e6-e5 b2-b4 Bb7-c8 c4-c5 b6xc5 b4xc5 f7-f5
e4xf5 Ne7xf5 c5-c6 O-O Ra1-b1 a6-a5 Rb1-b5 Nf5xe3 f2xe3 Bc8-a6 Rb5-b1
Qd8-e7 Be2-d3 g6-g5 Qd2-c2 Ba6xd3 Qc2xd3 Nb8-a6 Nc3-e4 Na6-b4 Qd3-c4 g5-g4
Nf3-d2 h6-h5 Rf1xf8+ Ra8xf8) +1.06/30 } 0-1


Stockfish 6 (White) (Move 10.d5) Searched to a Depth of (15 Moves/30 Ply)

With a Score of +1.06 for Stockfish 6 Meaning it thinks it's Winning by about 1 Pawn :)

TheARBChessSys
13-05-2015, 02:39 AM
Below is the Second Position showing Stockfish's Move Mistakes Depth of (15 Moves/30 Ply) from the Video (All Chess Engines Make The Same Mistakes! - The A.R.B Chess System) from the Game...

Stockfish 6 Chess Program Crushed!! - Using The A.R.B Chess System 08-04-2015


Position 02 (Overextending The Queenside PAWNS) - Move 13. C5 – C6 ?

The Chess Engines Grabb FALSE! Space on the Queenside by Overextending their Pawns and Close the Position to the Systems Advantage!

1. d4 e6 2. Nf3 d6 3. c4 h6 4. e4 a6 5. Nc3 g6 6. Be2 b6 7. O-O Bg7 8. Be3
Ne7 9. Qd2 Bb7 10. d5 e5 11. b4 Nd7 12. c5 Bc8 13. c6 {(c5-c6 Nd7-f6 Qd2-d1
Nf6-h5 Nf3-e1 Nh5-f4 Be2-c4 O-O f2-f3 f7-f5 a2-a4 g6-g5 Ne1-c2 Qd8-e8
Be3-f2 Qe8-h5 Nc2-e3 Ne7-g6 Ra1-a2 f5xe4 f3xe4 Qh5xd1 Rf1xd1 h6-h5 Ra2-d2
Bg7-f6 Rd1-f1 Bf6-g7 Rd2-b2 h5-h4 Rb2-b1 a6-a5 b4-b5 g5-g4 Rb1-b2 Bg7-f6)
+0.89/30} 0-1


http://www.thejoyfulprogrammer.com/qb64/forum/attachment.php?aid=486

Desmond
14-05-2015, 10:32 PM
1. d4 e6 2. Nf3 d6 3. c4 h6 4. e4 a6 5. Nc3 g6 6. Be2 b6 7. O-O Bg7 8. Be3
Ne7 9. Qd2 Bb7 10. d5 e5 11. b4 Nd7 12. c5 Bc8 13. c6 Nd7-f6 14.Qd1
Nf6-h5 15.Nf3-e1 Nh5-f4 16.Be2-c4 O-O 17.f2-f3 f7-f5 18.a2-a4 g6-g5 19.Ne1-c2 Qd8-e8 20.Be3-f2 Qe8-h5 21.Nc2-e3 Ne7-g6 22.Ra1-a2 f5xe4 23.f3xe4 Qh5xd1 24.Rf1xd1 h6-h5 25.Ra2-d2 Bg7-f6 26. Rd1-f1 Bf6-g7 27.Rd2-b2 h5-h4 28.Rb2-b1 a6-a5 29.b4-b5 g5-g4 30.Rb1-b2 Bg7-f6
+0.89/30 0-1

Is white lost here? I don't get it.

TheARBChessSys
15-05-2015, 06:18 AM
1. d4 e6 2. Nf3 d6 3. c4 h6 4. e4 a6 5. Nc3 g6 6. Be2 b6 7. O-O Bg7 8. Be3
Ne7 9. Qd2 Bb7 10. d5 e5 11. b4 Nd7 12. c5 Bc8 13. c6 Nd7-f6 14.Qd1
Nf6-h5 15.Nf3-e1 Nh5-f4 16.Be2-c4 O-O 17.f2-f3 f7-f5 18.a2-a4 g6-g5 19.Ne1-c2 Qd8-e8 20.Be3-f2 Qe8-h5 21.Nc2-e3 Ne7-g6 22.Ra1-a2 f5xe4 23.f3xe4 Qh5xd1 24.Rf1xd1 h6-h5 25.Ra2-d2 Bg7-f6 26. Rd1-f1 Bf6-g7 27.Rd2-b2 h5-h4 28.Rb2-b1 a6-a5 29.b4-b5 g5-g4 30.Rb1-b2 Bg7-f6
+0.89/30 0-1

Is white lost here? I don't get it.

Hi road runner

The Problem is that you are looking at How Stockfish thinks ? the Game is going to be Played ? :)

at Move 14 Stockfish thinks ? after it Plays 14.Qd1 that I will Play Nf6-h5 ? :( When in fact I will Play Ng4 :) as in the Actual Game

and then at Move 15 as in the Actual Game it Plays 15. Bd2 and I Play f5 Etc. Etc.


Anthony.

TheARBChessSys
21-05-2015, 08:26 PM
Below is the Third Position showing Stockfish's Move Mistakes Depth of (15 Moves/30 Ply) from the Video (All Chess Engines Make The Same Mistakes! - The A.R.B Chess System) from the Game...

Stockfish 6 Chess Program Crushed!! - Using The A.R.B Chess System 08-04-2015

Position 03 (Closing The Kingside PAWNS) - Move 17. F2-F3 ?

The Chess Engines Close the Kingside by Closing their Pawns to the Systems Advantage!

1. d4 e6 2. Nf3 d6 3. c4 h6 4. e4 a6 5. Nc3 g6 6. Be2 b6 7. O-O Bg7 8. Be3
Ne7 9. Qd2 Bb7 10. d5 e5 11. b4 Nd7 12. c5 Bc8 13. c6 Nf6 14. Qd1 Ng4 15.
Bd2 f5 16. Ne1 Nf6 17. f3 {(f2-f3 g6-g5 Ne1-d3 Ne7-g6 g2-g3 f5-f4 Kg1-h1
O-O a2-a4 a6-a5 b4xa5 Ra8xa5 Nc3-b5 Ra5-a8 Nd3-f2 Bc8-a6 g3-g4 Ng6-h4
Ra1-b1 Qd8-e7 Bd2-c3 Qe7-f7 Kh1-g1 Ba6-c8 h2-h3 h6-h5 Be2-c4 Bc8-a6 Nf2-d3
Ba6xb5 Rb1xb5) +0.90/30} 0-1


http://www.thejoyfulprogrammer.com/qb64/forum/attachment.php?aid=497

TheARBChessSys
31-05-2015, 01:01 AM
Below is the Fourth & Final Position showing Stockfish's Move Mistakes Depth of (15/14 Moves/30/28 Ply) from the Video (All Chess Engines Make The Same Mistakes! - The A.R.B Chess System) from the Game...

Stockfish 6 Chess Program Crushed!! - Using The A.R.B Chess System 08-04-2015

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Position 04 (Overextending The Queenside PAWNS) - Move 28. B4-B5 ?

The Chess Engines Grabb FALSE! Space on the Queenside by Overextending their Pawns and Close the Position to the Systems Advantage!

1. d4 e6 2. Nf3 d6 3. c4 h6 4. e4 a6 5. Nc3 g6 6. Be2 b6 7. O-O Bg7 8. Be3
Ne7 9. Qd2 Bb7 10. d5 e5 11. b4 Nd7 12. c5 Bc8 13. c6 Nf6 14. Qd1 Ng4 15.
Bd2 f5 16. Ne1 Nf6 17. f3 f4 18. Nd3 g5 19. Nf2 h5 20. Be1 Ng6 21. a4 Kf7
22. Rb1 Qg8 23. Rb2 Qh7 24. Nd3 g4 25. Qc1 Bh6 26. Qb1 Bg5 27. Qc2 Qh6 28.
b5 {( b4-b5 a6-a5 Qc2-d1 g4-g3 h2xg3 f4xg3 Be1xg3 h5-h4 Bg3-f2 Ng6-f4 Rf1-e1
Rh8-g8 Rb2-c2 Nf4xd3 Qd1xd3 Bg5-f4 Be2-f1 h4-h3 g2-g4 Bc8xg4 f3xg4 Nf6xg4
Kg1-h1 Ng4xf2+ Rc2xf2 Qh6-h4 Re1-e2 Qh4-g5) +0.07/28} 0-1


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TheARBChessSys
04-06-2015, 01:40 AM
If Stockfish Does Not Enter The 21st World Computer Chess Championship 2015 Netherlands ? It Will Be a Farce! :(


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuPpdTx76CQ

TheARBChessSys
18-06-2015, 07:23 PM
Below is another Position that Defeated members at TalkChess.com One of Many to Defeat the Experts? And is Only the Start! :) of the (A.R.B Chess System) Main Line! Showing How Chess Computers Don't even Consider the Moves? Example: As if Playing for Black! Black to Move According to the System Plays... 10. a6-a5 and What do Most Computers Play?
After a Long Time!...10 .Ng8-f6 *or 10 .Nb8-d7 *or 10 .Ng8-e7 *Etc. ?? All the moves are Wrong! :)

rn1qk1nr/1bp2pb1/pp1p2pp/3Pp3/P3P3/2NBBN2/1PPQ1PPP/R4RK1 b kq - 0 1

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Moderator I changed the Image in the Post above this one because it was Too BIG! Could you please delete that Post! :) as I could not Edit it ? [done - mod]

TheARBChessSys
21-06-2015, 12:29 AM
A BIG! Day for me :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXMkxMurvS4


https://www.newinchess.com


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TheARBChessSys
25-06-2015, 09:25 PM
The Double King's Gambit 60% / 40% Advantage for White Reduced to 50% / 50% :)

Below are Two Example games (So far!) Complete...

All Games were played at (180) Second each Per Move (Ponder-ON)

Stockfish 6 Rated = (3311) ELO
Opening "Double King's Gambit - A.R.B-01-Version Black Moves (1) to (11)

Komodo 6 Rated = (3226) ELO
Opening "Double King's Gambit - A.R.B-02-Version Black Moves (1) to (5)



[Date "2015.06.24"]
[White "Stockfish 6 64-Bit"]
[Black "Stockfish 6 64-Bit"]
[Result "0-0"]
[Opening "Double King's Gambit - A.R.B-01-Version Black Moves (1) to (11)"]

1. e4 e5 2. f4 f5 3. exf5 h5 4. Nc3 d5 5. fxe5 d4 6. Nce2 Nc6 7. Nf3 Bxf5
8. Ng3 Bg4 9. Bb5 h4 10. Bxc6+ bxc6 11. Ne4 h3 12. Qe2 d3 13. cxd3 Qd5 14.
b3 O-O-O 15. g3 Rh5 16. Bb2 Rf5 17. O-O Bc5+ 18. Nxc5 Bxf3 19. Rxf3 Rxf3
20. b4 Ne7 21. Qe4 Qxe4 22. Nxe4 Rfxd3 23. e6 Nf5 24. Rf1 R3d5 25. d3 Re8
26. Nc5 g5 27. g4 Nd6 28. Bf6 a5 29. a3 Nb7 30. Nxb7 Kxb7 31. e7 axb4 32.
axb4 Kc8 33. Rf3 Kd7 34. Rxh3 Rb5 35. Kf2 Rxb4 36. Rf3 Rxg4 37. h3 Ra4 38.
Bxg5 c5 39. h4 c4 40. dxc4 Rxc4 41. Rd3+ Ke6 42. Re3+ Kd7 43. Rd3+ Ke6 44.
Kf3 Kf7 45. Rd8 Rc2 46. h5 Rc5 47. Rxe8 Kxe8 48. Kg4 Rxg5+ 49. Kxg5 Kxe7
50. Kg6 Kf8 51. h6 Kg8 52. h7+ Kh8 53. Kf5 Kxh7 54. Ke4 Kh6 55. Kd3 {1/2-1/2}


[Date "2015.06.24"]
[White "Komodo 6 64-Bit"]
[Black "Komodo 6 64-Bit"]
[Result "0-0"]
[Opening "Double King's Gambit - A.R.B-02-Version Black Moves (1) to (5)"]

1. e4 e5 2. f4 f5 3. exf5 h5 4. Be2 Bc5 5. Nf3 e4 6. Ng5 Nf6 7. d4 exd3 8.
Qxd3 Nc6 9. Be3 Qe7 10. Bxc5 Qxc5 11. Nc3 d6 12. Ne6 Bxe6 13. fxe6 O-O-O
14. O-O-O Rde8 15. Ne4 Nxe4 16. Qxe4 Rhf8 17. g3 Qf5 18. Qxf5 Rxf5 19. Bf1
Rf6 20. Bh3 Kd8 21. Rd3 Ne7 22. Re1 Nf5 23. Bxf5 Rxf5 24. Kd2 Ke7 25. Rc3
c6 26. Rb3 Rb8 27. h4 Rf6 28. Rbe3 a5 29. a4 b6 30. c3 Rh8 31. c4 Rd8 32.
Kc1 Rf5 33. Rb3 Rb8 34. Kc2 g6 35. Rf3 Rc5 36. Kb1 Rf8 37. Rb3 Rb8 38. Re4
d5 39. cxd5 Rxd5 40. Ree3 Rd6 41. Re5 Rxe6 42. Rg5 Kf6 43. Rxa5 bxa5 44.
Rxb8 Re3 45. Ra8 Rxg3 46. Rxa5 Rh3 47. Rc5 Rxh4 48. Rxc6+ Kf5 49. a5 Rxf4
50. a6 g5 51. b3 Ke5 52. Rc8 Rf7 53. b4 Ra7 54. b5 g4 55. Rc7 Rxc7 56. b6
g3 57. bxc7 g2 58. c8=Q g1=Q {1/2-1/2}

TheARBChessSys
27-06-2015, 09:11 PM
Below are Two more Example games..

All Games were played at (180) Second each Per Move (Ponder-ON)

Equinox 3.30 Rated = (3193) ELO
Opening "Double King's Gambit - A.R.B-01-Version Black Moves (1) to (3)

Gull 3 Rated = (3195) ELO
Opening "Double King's Gambit - A.R.B-03-Version Black Moves (1) to (12)


[Date "2015.06.27"]
[White "Equinox 3.30 64-Bit"]
[Black "Equinox 3.30 64-Bit"]
[Result "0-0"]
[Opening "Double King's Gambit - A.R.B-01-Version Black Moves (1) to (3)"]

1. e4 e5 2. f4 f5 3. exf5 h5 4. Nf3 e4 5. Ng5 Nf6 6. d3 d5 7. Nc3 e3 8. d4
Nc6 9. Bxe3 Bxf5 10. Bd3 Qd7 11. O-O Ng4 12. Qd2 O-O-O 13. Rae1 Be7 14. Nf3
Nb4 15. Bxf5 Qxf5 16. Bf2 Nc6 17. a3 a6 18. b4 Kb8 19. Re2 Rhf8 20. Bg3 Bd6
21. h3 Nf6 22. Rfe1 Rde8 23. Ne5 Ne7 24. Bh4 c6 25. Bg5 Ka7 26. Qd3 Ka8 27.
Na4 Ne4 28. Nd7 Ng6 29. Nxf8 Rxf8 30. Rxe4 dxe4 31. Qxe4 Nxf4 32. Qxf5 Rxf5
33. h4 b5 34. Re8+ Kb7 35. Nc5+ Ka7 36. Re4 Kb6 37. Be7 Bc7 38. Bg5 Bd6 39.
Be7 Bc7 40. Bg5 Bd6 3-fold repetition} *


[Date "2015.06.27"]
[White "Gull 3 64-Bit"]
[Black "Gull 3 64-Bit"]
[Result "0-0"]
[Opening "Double King's Gambit - A.R.B-03-Version Black Moves (1) to (12)"]

1. e4 e5 2. f4 f5 3. exf5 h5 4. Be2 Bc5 5. fxe5 d6 6. f6 gxf6 7. d4 Bb6 8.
exd6 Qxd6 9. Nf3 Nc6 10. c3 Bg4 11. Nbd2 O-O-O 12. O-O Kb8 13. Rf2 Be6 14.
Nc4 Bxc4 15. Bxc4 Nh6 16. Bxh6 Rxh6 17. Qe2 h4 18. Re1 Na5 19. Bd3 c5 20.
c4 cxd4 21. Qd2 Rh5 22. Re4 Nxc4 23. Bxc4 d3 24. Re3 Bxe3 25. Qxe3 Qc5 26.
Qf4+ Ka8 27. b4 Qxb4 28. Qxf6 Rhh8 29. Bxd3 h3 30. Bf1 hxg2 31. Bxg2 Rd1+
32. Rf1 Rxf1+ 33. Bxf1 Rg8+ {1/2-1/2}

TheARBChessSys
29-06-2015, 09:11 PM
The FARCE! Starts today :(

https://icga.leidenuniv.nl/?page_id=1260

If Stockfish Does Not Enter The 21st World Computer Chess Championship 2015 Netherlands ? It Will Be a Farce! :(

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuPpdTx76CQ

TheARBChessSys
01-07-2015, 08:14 PM
Download .pgn's
http://toernooien.krabbenbos.org/WCCC15/games.pgn

Live Games
http://www.argedrez.com/live/VisorM.aspx?evento_id=2269

Online Game Analysis
http://en.lichess.org/paste

Chessprogramming (The Maverick Programmer Speaks +)
http://www.chessprogramming.net

Chess Engine Ratings ?
http://www.computerchess.org.uk/ccrl/404...t_all.html

The Real Chess Engine Ratings Showing Stockfish is Clearly the True No.1 Engine :)
http://spcc.beepworld.de/endless-roundrobin.htm


Komodo's First FARCE! Win :( Against an Engine Rated (2500 ?) ELO
With some Quick Analysis by lichess.org

Komodo Rated (3344) ELO
Maverick Rated (2500 ?) ELO


[Event "WCCC 2015"]
[Site "http://lichess.org/9Yt4wA2T"]
[Date "2015.06.29"]
[White "Komodo"]
[Black "Maverick"]
[Result "1-0"]
[WhiteElo "3344"]
[BlackElo "2500 ?"]
[PlyCount "103"]
[Variant "Standard"]
[TimeControl "-"]
[ECO "A03"]
[Opening "Bird Opening, Dutch Variation"]
[Annotator "lichess.org"]


1. f4 d5 { Bird Opening, Dutch Variation } 2. Nf3 g6 3. g3 Bg7 4. Bg2 c6 5. O-O Qb6+ 6. d4 Bf5 7. c4 dxc4 8. Re1 Be6 9. Na3 Nd7 10. e4 h5 11. Bf1 Qb4 12. Nc2 Qa5 13. Bd2 Qc7 14. Ne3 h4 15. d5 cxd5 16. exd5 Bf5 17. Nxc4 hxg3 18. hxg3 b5 19. Nce5 Ngf6 20. Rc1 Qb6+ 21. Be3 Qb7 22. Nc6 Be4 23. Bg2 Bxd5 24. Nxe7 Kxe7 25. Bc5+ Kd8 26. Ng5 Nxc5 27. Rxc5 Qb6 28. Nxf7+ Kd7 29. Ne5+ Kd8 30. Nc6+ Kc8 31. Ne7+ Kb8 32. b4 Bf8?? { (3,37 → 7,07) Blunder. The best move was Bxg2. } (32... Bxg2 33. Kxg2 Re8 34. Qd3 a6 35. Nc6+ Kb7 36. Qxg6 Qxc6+ 37. Rxc6 Rxe1 38. Qxg7+ Kxc6 39. Qxf6+ Kb7 40. Qg7+ Kb6 41. Qd4+ Kb7 42. Qd5+) 33. Bxd5 Bxe7 34. Rxe7 Rd8 35. Re5?! { (6,14 → 5,30) Inaccuracy. The best move was Kf1. } (35. Kf1 Qxc5 36. bxc5 Nxd5 37. Kf2 Nxe7 38. Qxd8+ Nc8 39. Qe8 a6 40. Qe5+ Kb7 41. g4 Ra7 42. g5 a5 43. Qe4+ Kb8 44. Qxg6 Rc7) 35... Nd7? { (5,30 → 7,06) Mistake. The best move was Ne8. } (35... Ne8 36. Qf3 Nc7 37. Bxa8 Nxa8 38. Qc6 Nc7 39. Qxb6+ axb6 40. Rc6 Kb7 41. Rxg6 Rd1+ 42. Kf2 Rd2+ 43. Re2 Rd7 44. Kf3 Na6 45. Re5) 36. Re6 Nxc5 37. Rxb6+ axb6 38. bxc5 bxc5 39. Qb3 Ra5 40. Bf3 Rd6 41. Qf7 Ra7 42. Qe8+ Kc7 43. Qe7+ Rd7 44. Qxc5+ Kd8 45. Bg4 Rab7?! { (8,37 → 8,96) Inaccuracy. The best move was Ra6. } (45... Ra6 46. Bxd7 Kxd7 47. Qxb5+ Rc6 48. Kf2 Kc7 49. Kf3 Rb6 50. Qc5+ Kb7 51. a4 Ka6 52. Qc8+ Ka7 53. Qc4 Kb7 54. a5 Ra6 55. Qb5+) 46. Qf8+ Kc7 47. Bxd7 Kxd7 48. f5?! { (9,06 → 8,23) Inaccuracy. The best move was Qf7+. } (48. Qf7+ Kc8 49. Qxg6 Kd7 50. Qf5+ Kc6 51. Qe6+ Kc5 52. g4 Rc7 53. Qe5+ Kb6 54. Qe3+ Kc6 55. f5 Kd7 56. Qe6+ Kd8 57. g5 Rc1+) 48... gxf5 49. Qxf5+ Kc7? { (8,39 → 16,05) Mistake. The best move was Kc6. } (49... Kc6 50. g4 Rd7 51. g5 Rd1+ 52. Kf2 Rd5 53. Qf3 Kc5 54. Qc3+ Kb6 55. g6 Rf5+ 56. Ke3 Rf8 57. Qe5 Rc8 58. g7) 50. Qf7+? { (16,05 → 7,38) Mistake. The best move was g4. } (50. g4 Kb6 51. g5 Ka5 52. g6 Rc7 53. Qf6 Rc1+ 54. Kf2 Rc2+ 55. Ke3 Rxa2 56. Qf8 Ra4 57. Qd8+ Kb4 58. g7 Ra3+ 59. Kf4 Rc3) 50... Kb6 51. Qxb7+ Kxb7 52. Kf2 { Black resigns } 1-0

TheARBChessSys
01-07-2015, 10:18 PM
My Favorite Outsider Engine at the WCCC is Jonny :) it always uses a Massive amount of Cores to make up for the Programs Strength a Draw playing Black against Shredder below Shows how Dangerous it can be! I just hope we See One Crushing!! Win Game against Komodo at least! :)

https://chessprogramming.wikispaces.com/...s+Zwanzger



[Event "WCCC 2015"]
[Site "Leiden, The Netherlands"]
[Date "2015.06.29"]
[Round "2.1"]
[White "Shredder"]
[Black "Jonny"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[LiveChessVersion "1.4.6"]
[ECO "C65"]


1. e4 {[%clk 1:45:26]} e5 {[%clk 1:45:20]} 2. Nf3 {[%clk 1:45:39]} Nc6
{[%clk 1:45:32]} 3. Bb5 {[%clk 1:45:52]} Nf6 {[%clk 1:45:44]} 4. d3
{[%clk 1:46:04]} Bc5 {[%clk 1:45:56]} 5. O-O {[%clk 1:46:16]} Nd4
{[%clk 1:46:09]} 6. Nxd4 {[%clk 1:46:26]} Bxd4 {[%clk 1:46:22]} 7. c3
{[%clk 1:46:38]} Bb6 {[%clk 1:46:34]} 8. d4 {[%clk 1:41:49]} O-O {[%clk 1:41:05]}
9. dxe5 {[%clk 1:41:15]} Nxe4 {[%clk 1:41:17]} 10. Nd2 {[%clk 1:36:21]} d5
{[%clk 1:41:29]} 11. Nxe4 {[%clk 1:31:29]} dxe4 {[%clk 1:41:41]} 12. Qxd8
{[%clk 1:28:37]} Rxd8 {[%clk 1:41:08]} 13. a4 {[%clk 1:25:20]} c6
{[%clk 1:39:57]} 14. Bc4 {[%clk 1:24:03]} h6 {[%clk 1:40:08]} 15. Re1
{[%clk 1:18:20]} a5 {[%clk 1:35:59]} 16. h3 {[%clk 1:15:34]} Bf5 {[%clk 1:36:11]}
17. g4 {[%clk 1:12:35]} Be6 {[%clk 1:33:45]} 18. Bxe6 {[%clk 1:09:09]} fxe6
{[%clk 1:33:49]} 19. Kg2 {[%clk 1:05:24]} Rd3 {[%clk 1:33:59]} 20. Rxe4 Rd1
{[%clk 1:32:42]} 21. Re2 {[%clk 1:00:53]} Rad8 {[%clk 1:27:59]} 22. b4
{[%clk 1:01:03]} axb4 {[%clk 1:23:40]} 23. cxb4 {[%clk 1:01:01]} Bd4
{[%clk 1:14:43]} 24. Rb1 {[%clk 1:01:11]} Rd5 {[%clk 1:02:43]} 25. Rd2
{[%clk 1:01:23]} Ba7 {[%clk 0:56:13]} 26. Rdb2 {[%clk 1:01:34]} Bd4
{[%clk 0:53:21]} 27. Rd2 {[%clk 1:01:43]} Ba7 {[%clk 0:49:14]} 28. Re2
{[%clk 0:59:47]} Bd4 {[%clk 0:42:52]} 29. Rd2 1/2-1/2

déjà vu :)

[Event "WCCC 2013"]
[Site "Yokohama, Japan"]
[Date "2013.08.12"]
[Round "1.3"]
[White "Shredder"]
[Black "Jonny"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]


1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 Nf6 4.d3 d6 5.c3 Be7 6.O-O O-O 7.Re1 Bd7 8.Nbd2 Re8
9.Nf1 Bf8 10.a4 h6 11.Ne3 Be6 12.a5 a6 13.Ba4 Bd7 14.b4 Ne7 15.Bb3 Ng6 16.Qc2
c6 17.h3 Rb8 18.Nc4 Be6 19.Be3 d5 20.exd5 Nxd5 21.Bd2 Qf6 22.Nfxe5 Bxh3 23.d4
Bf5 24.Qd1 Nxe5 25.Nxe5 Bd6 26.f4 Rbd8 27.Qf3 Be6 28.Re4 Bxe5 29.Rxe5 Nxf4
30.Rae1 Ng6 31.Qxf6 gxf6 32.R5e2 h5 33.Kf2 Rd6 34.Rh1 h4 35.Bc2 Rd7 36.g3 hxg3+
37.Kxg3 Rde7 38.Rf1 Bc4 39.Rxe7 Nxe7 40.Rxf6 Nd5 41.Rf3 Kg7 42.Bf5 Be2 43.Rf2
Bc4 44.Kf3 Kf6 45.Bh7 Ke6 46.Rh2 Rd8 47.Rh1 Kd6 48.Bf5 Rg8 49.Bh7 Re8 50.Rh6+
Kc7 51.Be4 Kb8 52.Rh2 Ka7 53.Bf5 54.Bd7 Rd8 55.Bf5 Re8 56.Bc2 Ka7 57.Bd1 b5
58.Rh6 Kb7 59.Kf2 Bd3 60.Rh5 f6 61.Rh4 Re7 62.Bf3 Kc7 63.Rh8 Be4 64.Be2 Rg7
65.Rh2 Kb8 66.c4 bxc4 67.Bxc4 Kb7 68.Bf1 Rg4 69.Be2 Rg8 70.Rh6 Rg2+ 71.Kf1 Rg3
72.Kf2 Rg8 73.Bf1 Rg4 74.Bh3 Rg8 75.Rh4 Bd3 76.Bg2 1/2-1/2

TheARBChessSys
01-07-2015, 10:22 PM
WOW! What did I say about Jonny :)

Looks like Jonny is going to get it's first Draw against Komodo according to what I See in the Live game so far below..
Komodo will have to pull a Miracle out of the Bag to Win ? this one!

http://www.argedrez.com.ar/live/VisorM.a...to_id=2269

The Game moves so far live below...


[Event "WCCC 2015"]
[Site "Leiden, The Netherlands"]
[Date "2015.07.01"]
[Round "5.3"]
[White "Jonny"]
[Black "Komodo"]
[Result "*"]
[LiveChessVersion "1.4.6"]
[ECO "D15"]


1. d4 {[%clk 1:45:21]} c6 {[%clk 1:45:27]} 2. c4 {[%clk 1:45:33]} Nf6
{[%clk 1:45:39]} 3. Nc3 {[%clk 1:45:45]} d5 {[%clk 1:45:51]} 4. Nf3
{[%clk 1:45:58]} a6 {[%clk 1:46:03]} 5. e3 {[%clk 1:46:10]} g6 {[%clk 1:46:15]}
6. Bd3 {[%clk 1:42:26]} Bg7 {[%clk 1:46:27]} 7. O-O {[%clk 1:39:04]} O-O
{[%clk 1:46:39]} 8. Qc2 {[%clk 1:39:16]} Bg4 {[%clk 1:46:50]} 9. Ne5
{[%clk 1:39:18]} Be6 {[%clk 1:47:02]} 10. c5 {[%clk 1:39:25]} Nbd7
{[%clk 1:47:14]} 11. Nxd7 {[%clk 1:39:36]} Qxd7 {[%clk 1:47:26]} 12. Na4
{[%clk 1:37:14]} Rae8 {[%clk 1:47:37]} 13. Nb6 {[%clk 1:36:34]} Qc7
{[%clk 1:47:48]} 14. Bd2 {[%clk 1:35:54]} Nd7 {[%clk 1:45:27]} 15. Na4
{[%clk 1:35:46]} f6 {[%clk 1:44:38]} 16. f4 Bg4 {[%clk 1:39:11]} 17. h3
{[%clk 1:26:00]} Be6 {[%clk 1:38:58]} 18. Kh1 {[%clk 1:26:11]} Bh6
{[%clk 1:33:32]} 19. h4 {[%clk 1:19:55]} Bg7 {[%clk 1:29:54]} 20. h5
{[%clk 1:18:17]} f5 {[%clk 1:30:00]} 21. hxg6 hxg6 {[%clk 1:27:48]} 22. g4
{[%clk 1:18:33]} Nf6 {[%clk 1:23:15]} 23. g5 {[%clk 1:18:40]} Ne4
{[%clk 1:20:48]} 24. Kg2 {[%clk 1:18:52]} Qb8 {[%clk 1:20:17]} 25. b3
{[%clk 1:17:42]} Bd7 {[%clk 1:19:21]} 26. Nb6 {[%clk 1:14:08]} Bc8
{[%clk 1:17:19]} 27. Rh1 {[%clk 1:12:28]} Kf7 {[%clk 1:16:56]} 28. Raf1
{[%clk 1:08:04]} Rh8 {[%clk 1:14:26]} 29. Ba5 {[%clk 1:06:49]} Be6
{[%clk 1:10:53]} 30. Kf3 {[%clk 1:06:59]} Rxh1 {[%clk 1:07:32]} 31. Rxh1
{[%clk 1:00:44]} Rh8 {[%clk 0:59:43]} 32. Qg2 {[%clk 1:00:52]} Qg8
{[%clk 0:57:59]} 33. Rh3 {[%clk 0:59:28]} Rxh3+ {[%clk 0:54:42]} 34. Qxh3
{[%clk 0:55:10]} Ke8 {[%clk 0:47:41]} 35. Qh2 {[%clk 0:53:43]} Kf7
{[%clk 0:44:36]} 36. Qh4 {[%clk 0:52:20]} Qh8 {[%clk 0:43:26]} 37. Qxh8
{[%clk 0:51:15]} Bxh8 {[%clk 0:43:01]} 38. Ke2 {[%clk 0:49:40]} Bg7
{[%clk 0:41:17]} 39. Kd1 {[%clk 0:49:53]} Ke8 {[%clk 0:40:52]} 40. Kc2
{[%clk 0:48:09]} Bf7 {[%clk 0:38:34]} 41. Be1 {[%clk 0:48:19]} Bg8
{[%clk 0:37:31]} 42. Kd1 {[%clk 0:46:36]} Bf8 {[%clk 0:35:39]} 43. Na4
{[%clk 0:45:26]} Bf7 {[%clk 0:34:49]} 44. Ke2 {[%clk 0:44:06]} Kd7
{[%clk 0:33:56]} 45. Nb6+ {[%clk 0:42:55]} Kd8 {[%clk 0:32:42]} 46. Ba5
{[%clk 0:41:48]} Ke8 {[%clk 0:31:59]} 47. Na4 {[%clk 0:42:01]} Be6
{[%clk 0:31:34]} 48. Bc7 {[%clk 0:42:12]} Bg7 {[%clk 0:30:21]} 49. Ke1
{[%clk 0:40:43]} Bf7 {[%clk 0:29:11]} 50. Nb6 {[%clk 0:39:18]} Bg8
{[%clk 0:28:43]} 51. Kd1 {[%clk 0:38:08]} Bf7 {[%clk 0:26:33]} 52. Kc1
{[%clk 0:38:19]} Bg8 {[%clk 0:22:55]} 53. Kc2 {[%clk 0:37:19]} Bh8
{[%clk 0:22:37]} 54. Bb8 {[%clk 0:36:11]} Bg7 {[%clk 0:22:03]} 55. Kd1
{[%clk 0:35:20]} Kd8 {[%clk 0:21:18]} 56. Bb1 {[%clk 0:34:11]} Ng3
{[%clk 0:19:42]} 57. Bc2 {[%clk 0:33:21]} Ne4 {[%clk 0:19:20]} 58. Na4
{[%clk 0:33:32]} Kd7 {[%clk 0:17:26]} 59. Ke1 {[%clk 0:32:29]} Bf7
{[%clk 0:16:46]} 60. Ke2 {[%clk 0:31:31]} Kc8 {[%clk 0:15:47]} 61. Ba7
{[%clk 0:31:42]} Kd8 {[%clk 0:15:24]} 62. Nb2 {[%clk 0:30:51]} Kc7
{[%clk 0:14:11]} 63. Bb6+ {[%clk 0:27:30]} Kd7 {[%clk 0:14:22]} 64. Kf1
{[%clk 0:26:10]} Nc3 {[%clk 0:13:26]} 65. Nd1 {[%clk 0:25:37]} Ne4
{[%clk 0:12:02]} 66. Kg2 {[%clk 0:25:48]} Be6 {[%clk 0:11:31]} 67. Kg1
{[%clk 0:24:11]} Bg8 {[%clk 0:10:16]} 68. Nb2 {[%clk 0:16:11]} Ke8
{[%clk 0:09:33]} 69. Kf1 {[%clk 0:16:22]} Kd7 {[%clk 0:09:07]} *

Fantastic!! I never even had a Chance to Post this Post... Jonny get's it's first Win! against Komodo :)

Chessbase.com must be Very upset with their New (80 Euros) ? in house Pet Komodo 9.1

The Winning Game...


[Event "WCCC 2015"]
[Site "Leiden, The Netherlands"]
[Date "2015.07.01"]
[Round "5.3"]
[White "Jonny"]
[Black "Komodo"]
[Result "1-0"]
[LiveChessVersion "1.4.6"]
[ECO "D15"]


1. d4 {[%clk 1:45:21]} c6 {[%clk 1:45:27]} 2. c4 {[%clk 1:45:33]} Nf6
{[%clk 1:45:39]} 3. Nc3 {[%clk 1:45:45]} d5 {[%clk 1:45:51]} 4. Nf3
{[%clk 1:45:58]} a6 {[%clk 1:46:03]} 5. e3 {[%clk 1:46:10]} g6 {[%clk 1:46:15]}
6. Bd3 {[%clk 1:42:26]} Bg7 {[%clk 1:46:27]} 7. O-O {[%clk 1:39:04]} O-O
{[%clk 1:46:39]} 8. Qc2 {[%clk 1:39:16]} Bg4 {[%clk 1:46:50]} 9. Ne5
{[%clk 1:39:18]} Be6 {[%clk 1:47:02]} 10. c5 {[%clk 1:39:25]} Nbd7
{[%clk 1:47:14]} 11. Nxd7 {[%clk 1:39:36]} Qxd7 {[%clk 1:47:26]} 12. Na4
{[%clk 1:37:14]} Rae8 {[%clk 1:47:37]} 13. Nb6 {[%clk 1:36:34]} Qc7
{[%clk 1:47:48]} 14. Bd2 {[%clk 1:35:54]} Nd7 {[%clk 1:45:27]} 15. Na4
{[%clk 1:35:46]} f6 {[%clk 1:44:38]} 16. f4 Bg4 {[%clk 1:39:11]} 17. h3
{[%clk 1:26:00]} Be6 {[%clk 1:38:58]} 18. Kh1 {[%clk 1:26:11]} Bh6
{[%clk 1:33:32]} 19. h4 {[%clk 1:19:55]} Bg7 {[%clk 1:29:54]} 20. h5
{[%clk 1:18:17]} f5 {[%clk 1:30:00]} 21. hxg6 hxg6 {[%clk 1:27:48]} 22. g4
{[%clk 1:18:33]} Nf6 {[%clk 1:23:15]} 23. g5 {[%clk 1:18:40]} Ne4
{[%clk 1:20:48]} 24. Kg2 {[%clk 1:18:52]} Qb8 {[%clk 1:20:17]} 25. b3
{[%clk 1:17:42]} Bd7 {[%clk 1:19:21]} 26. Nb6 {[%clk 1:14:08]} Bc8
{[%clk 1:17:19]} 27. Rh1 {[%clk 1:12:28]} Kf7 {[%clk 1:16:56]} 28. Raf1
{[%clk 1:08:04]} Rh8 {[%clk 1:14:26]} 29. Ba5 {[%clk 1:06:49]} Be6
{[%clk 1:10:53]} 30. Kf3 {[%clk 1:06:59]} Rxh1 {[%clk 1:07:32]} 31. Rxh1
{[%clk 1:00:44]} Rh8 {[%clk 0:59:43]} 32. Qg2 {[%clk 1:00:52]} Qg8
{[%clk 0:57:59]} 33. Rh3 {[%clk 0:59:28]} Rxh3+ {[%clk 0:54:42]} 34. Qxh3
{[%clk 0:55:10]} Ke8 {[%clk 0:47:41]} 35. Qh2 {[%clk 0:53:43]} Kf7
{[%clk 0:44:36]} 36. Qh4 {[%clk 0:52:20]} Qh8 {[%clk 0:43:26]} 37. Qxh8
{[%clk 0:51:15]} Bxh8 {[%clk 0:43:01]} 38. Ke2 {[%clk 0:49:40]} Bg7
{[%clk 0:41:17]} 39. Kd1 {[%clk 0:49:53]} Ke8 {[%clk 0:40:52]} 40. Kc2
{[%clk 0:48:09]} Bf7 {[%clk 0:38:34]} 41. Be1 {[%clk 0:48:19]} Bg8
{[%clk 0:37:31]} 42. Kd1 {[%clk 0:46:36]} Bf8 {[%clk 0:35:39]} 43. Na4
{[%clk 0:45:26]} Bf7 {[%clk 0:34:49]} 44. Ke2 {[%clk 0:44:06]} Kd7
{[%clk 0:33:56]} 45. Nb6+ {[%clk 0:42:55]} Kd8 {[%clk 0:32:42]} 46. Ba5
{[%clk 0:41:48]} Ke8 {[%clk 0:31:59]} 47. Na4 {[%clk 0:42:01]} Be6
{[%clk 0:31:34]} 48. Bc7 {[%clk 0:42:12]} Bg7 {[%clk 0:30:21]} 49. Ke1
{[%clk 0:40:43]} Bf7 {[%clk 0:29:11]} 50. Nb6 {[%clk 0:39:18]} Bg8
{[%clk 0:28:43]} 51. Kd1 {[%clk 0:38:08]} Bf7 {[%clk 0:26:33]} 52. Kc1
{[%clk 0:38:19]} Bg8 {[%clk 0:22:55]} 53. Kc2 {[%clk 0:37:19]} Bh8
{[%clk 0:22:37]} 54. Bb8 {[%clk 0:36:11]} Bg7 {[%clk 0:22:03]} 55. Kd1
{[%clk 0:35:20]} Kd8 {[%clk 0:21:18]} 56. Bb1 {[%clk 0:34:11]} Ng3
{[%clk 0:19:42]} 57. Bc2 {[%clk 0:33:21]} Ne4 {[%clk 0:19:20]} 58. Na4
{[%clk 0:33:32]} Kd7 {[%clk 0:17:26]} 59. Ke1 {[%clk 0:32:29]} Bf7
{[%clk 0:16:46]} 60. Ke2 {[%clk 0:31:31]} Kc8 {[%clk 0:15:47]} 61. Ba7
{[%clk 0:31:42]} Kd8 {[%clk 0:15:24]} 62. Nb2 {[%clk 0:30:51]} Kc7
{[%clk 0:14:11]} 63. Bb6+ {[%clk 0:27:30]} Kd7 {[%clk 0:14:22]} 64. Kf1
{[%clk 0:26:10]} Nc3 {[%clk 0:13:26]} 65. Nd1 {[%clk 0:25:37]} Ne4
{[%clk 0:12:02]} 66. Kg2 {[%clk 0:25:48]} Be6 {[%clk 0:11:31]} 67. Kg1
{[%clk 0:24:11]} Bg8 {[%clk 0:10:16]} 68. Nb2 {[%clk 0:16:11]} Ke8
{[%clk 0:09:33]} 69. Kf1 {[%clk 0:16:22]} Kd7 {[%clk 0:09:07]} 70. Nd3
{[%clk 0:16:04]} Nc3 {[%clk 0:08:44]} 71. Kf2 {[%clk 0:15:49]} Ne4+
{[%clk 0:08:40]} 72. Ke1 {[%clk 0:15:28]} Kc8 {[%clk 0:08:35]} 73. Ba5
{[%clk 0:15:14]} Kd7 {[%clk 0:08:01]} 74. a3 {[%clk 0:14:51]} Bf7
{[%clk 0:07:26]} 75. a4 {[%clk 0:14:24]} Be8 {[%clk 0:06:56]} 76. Kf1
{[%clk 0:10:26]} Bf7 {[%clk 0:06:40]} 77. Bd1 {[%clk 0:10:16]} Kc8
{[%clk 0:06:24]} 78. Ke1 {[%clk 0:10:11]} Kd7 {[%clk 0:06:30]} 79. Bf3
{[%clk 0:09:44]} Be6 {[%clk 0:05:55]} 80. Kf1 {[%clk 0:09:37]} Bf7
{[%clk 0:05:47]} 81. Ke2 {[%clk 0:09:26]} Ng3+ {[%clk 0:05:41]} 82. Ke1
{[%clk 0:09:37]} Ne4 {[%clk 0:05:42]} 83. Kd1 {[%clk 0:09:50]} Ng3
{[%clk 0:05:33]} 84. Bg2 {[%clk 0:09:37]} Kc8 {[%clk 0:05:30]} 85. Ke1
{[%clk 0:09:30]} Kd7 {[%clk 0:05:32]} 86. Kd2 {[%clk 0:09:23]} Ne4+
{[%clk 0:05:36]} 87. Kc1 {[%clk 0:09:35]} Be6 {[%clk 0:05:30]} 88. Kc2
{[%clk 0:09:29]} Bf7 {[%clk 0:05:16]} 89. Kb2 {[%clk 0:09:41]} Be6
{[%clk 0:05:07]} 90. Kb1 {[%clk 0:09:39]} Kc8 {[%clk 0:05:12]} 91. Kc2
{[%clk 0:09:34]} Kd7 {[%clk 0:05:23]} 92. Kc1 {[%clk 0:09:45]} Bg8
{[%clk 0:05:13]} 93. Kd1 {[%clk 0:09:38]} Ng3 {[%clk 0:05:19]} 94. Kc2
{[%clk 0:09:31]} Ne4 {[%clk 0:05:19]} 95. Ne1 {[%clk 0:09:43]} Kc8
{[%clk 0:05:20]} 96. Bb6 {[%clk 0:09:38]} Bf7 {[%clk 0:05:27]} 97. Kc1
{[%clk 0:09:50]} Kd7 {[%clk 0:05:20]} 98. Bf3 {[%clk 0:10:01]} Ng3
{[%clk 0:05:19]} 99. Kd2 {[%clk 0:09:56]} Nf1+ {[%clk 0:05:30]} 100. Kd3
{[%clk 0:09:51]} Ng3 {[%clk 0:05:37]} 101. Kc3 {[%clk 0:10:04]} Ne4+
{[%clk 0:05:44]} 102. Kb2 {[%clk 0:09:52]} Ng3 {[%clk 0:05:34]} 103. Kc2
{[%clk 0:09:45]} Nf1 {[%clk 0:05:37]} 104. Ng2 {[%clk 0:09:40]} Bg8
{[%clk 0:05:42]} 105. Kc3 {[%clk 0:09:11]} Ng3 {[%clk 0:05:42]} 106. Kb2
{[%clk 0:09:21]} Ne4 {[%clk 0:05:46]} 107. Kc2 {[%clk 0:09:06]} Bf7
{[%clk 0:05:56]} 108. Kd3 {[%clk 0:09:02]} Bf8 {[%clk 0:06:02]} 109. b4
{[%clk 0:09:13]} Bg7 {[%clk 0:06:12]} 110. Kc2 {[%clk 0:09:03]} Ke6
{[%clk 0:06:16]} 111. Ne1 {[%clk 0:08:56]} Be8 {[%clk 0:06:23]} 112. Bg2
{[%clk 0:08:46]} Kf7 {[%clk 0:06:33]} 113. Nd3 {[%clk 0:08:42]} Bd7
{[%clk 0:06:33]} 114. Bc7 {[%clk 0:08:49]} Bc8 {[%clk 0:06:43]} 115. Kc1
{[%clk 0:08:47]} Bd7 {[%clk 0:06:42]} 116. Bb6 {[%clk 0:08:46]} Be8
{[%clk 0:06:44]} 117. Kd1 {[%clk 0:08:40]} Ke6 {[%clk 0:06:48]} 118. Bc7
{[%clk 0:08:51]} Bf8 {[%clk 0:06:56]} 119. Ke1 {[%clk 0:08:31]} Kf7
{[%clk 0:07:00]} 120. Ne5+ {[%clk 0:08:12]} Ke6 {[%clk 0:07:12]} 121. Ke2
{[%clk 0:08:24]} Bg7 {[%clk 0:07:21]} 122. Nd3 {[%clk 0:08:17]} Bf8
{[%clk 0:07:27]} 123. Be5 {[%clk 0:08:27]} Nc3+ {[%clk 0:07:37]} 124. Kd2
{[%clk 0:08:40]} Ne4+ {[%clk 0:07:43]} 125. Kc1 {[%clk 0:08:52]} Kf7
{[%clk 0:07:43]} 126. Kd1 {[%clk 0:09:05]} Bd7 {[%clk 0:07:40]} 127. Kc2
{[%clk 0:08:50]} Be8 {[%clk 0:07:49]} 128. Kc1 {[%clk 0:09:00]} Nc3
{[%clk 0:07:51]} 129. Nf2 {[%clk 0:09:00]} Nxa4 {[%clk 0:07:59]} 130. Kc2
{[%clk 0:09:07]} b6 {[%clk 0:08:11]} 131. Nd3 {[%clk 0:08:55]} b5
{[%clk 0:08:17]} 132. Kd2 {[%clk 0:09:07]} Ke6 {[%clk 0:08:26]} 133. Bf3
{[%clk 0:09:19]} Kf7 {[%clk 0:08:35]} 134. Bd1 {[%clk 0:09:17]} Ke6
{[%clk 0:08:45]} 135. Bxa4 {[%clk 0:09:29]} bxa4 {[%clk 0:08:54]} 136. Kc3
{[%clk 0:09:42]} a3 {[%clk 0:09:07]} 137. Kb3 {[%clk 0:09:15]} Kd7
{[%clk 0:09:11]} 138. Kxa3 {[%clk 0:09:28]} Kc8 {[%clk 0:09:20]} 139. Kb3
{[%clk 0:09:40]} Kb7 {[%clk 0:09:26]} 140. Ka4 {[%clk 0:09:30]} Bd7
{[%clk 0:09:32]} 141. Ka5 {[%clk 0:09:24]} Ka7 {[%clk 0:09:29]} 142. Nb2
{[%clk 0:08:49]} Kb7 {[%clk 0:09:41]} 143. Na4 {[%clk 0:08:51]} Bc8
{[%clk 0:09:48]} 144. Nb6 {[%clk 0:08:36]} Be6 {[%clk 0:10:01]} 145. Na8
{[%clk 0:08:45]} Bc8 {[%clk 0:10:09]} 146. Nc7 {[%clk 0:08:44]} Ka7
{[%clk 0:10:18]} 147. Bh8 {[%clk 0:08:55]} e6 {[%clk 0:10:29]} 148. Na8
{[%clk 0:08:11]} Kxa8 {[%clk 0:10:30]} 149. Kb6 {[%clk 0:08:25]} Bb7
{[%clk 0:10:30]} 150. Kc7 {[%clk 0:08:36]} Ka7 {[%clk 0:10:23]} 151. Bf6
{[%clk 0:08:35]} a5 {[%clk 0:10:31]} 152. bxa5 {[%clk 0:07:50]} Ba8
{[%clk 0:10:44]} 153. Kd7 {[%clk 0:07:54]} Bb7 {[%clk 0:10:53]} 154. Kxe6
{[%clk 0:07:56]} Ba6 {[%clk 0:11:00]} 155. Kf7 {[%clk 0:08:08]} Bc4
{[%clk 0:10:56]} 156. Kxg6 {[%clk 0:07:57]} Ka6 {[%clk 0:11:09]} 157. Kf7
{[%clk 0:08:09]} Bxc5 {[%clk 0:11:18]} 158. g6 {[%clk 0:08:21]} 1-0


Looking at Jonny's Win a bit more it really is Quite an Amazing game!
At one or more points the Position was very locked which has always been a problem for Engines in the Past to understand how to best make Progress...where as a Strong Human player would understand very Quickly how to do it.

Jonny did take a long time to find the right Plan and get behind the Opposing Pawns with the King Etc. and to do it within the (50) Move rule without taking a Piece Violation...but nevertheless he :) done it! again a Strong Human player would have worked it out much Quicker ? but against the latest (3300) ELO Engines maybe not so Easy!

All in all a Great Win by Jonny if this is the Sign of things to come then expect a Very BIG! upset :) ? in a way Jonny's play makes me think how DeepBlue would have played against the Best Engines seeing as Jonny is a Brute force Engine like DeepBlue relying on Multiple Cores to make up for the Very best Programming Techniques used by some of the Other Big team Engine Participants...even the Best Creative Strategical Algorithms can be cut through by Very Deep Tactical Moves found using Brute force!

The Position below from the Game Shows Jonny's Winning move! 145.Nb6-a8 Komodo does not take the Bait first time but does Second time with 148..Ka7xa8


2928

TheARBChessSys
04-07-2015, 08:07 PM
Another Win! for Jonny :)

[Event "WCCC 2015"]
[Site "Leiden, The Netherlands"]
[Date "2015.07.03"]
[Round "8.2"]
[White "Jonny"]
[Black "Ginkgo"]
[Result "1-0"]
[LiveChessVersion "1.4.6"]
[ECO "A81"]

1. d4 {[%clk 1:45:22]} f5 {[%clk 1:45:22]} 2. g3 {[%clk 1:45:34]} e6
{[%clk 1:45:30]} 3. Bg2 {[%clk 1:45:47]} d5 {[%clk 1:45:41]} 4. Nf3
{[%clk 1:40:50]} Nf6 {[%clk 1:45:49]} 5. c4 {[%clk 1:41:03]} c6 {[%clk 1:45:59]}
6. O-O {[%clk 1:41:00]} Bd6 {[%clk 1:46:08]} 7. Nc3 {[%clk 1:34:19]} O-O
{[%clk 1:46:17]} 8. Qc2 {[%clk 1:34:33]} Ne4 {[%clk 1:46:27]} 9. Be3
{[%clk 1:27:23]} Nd7 {[%clk 1:40:19]} 10. Rac1 {[%clk 1:27:36]} Qe8
{[%clk 1:38:58]} 11. Nxe4 {[%clk 1:22:48]} dxe4 {[%clk 1:39:07]} 12. Nd2
{[%clk 1:19:59]} e5 {[%clk 1:36:25]} 13. c5 {[%clk 1:20:12]} exd4
{[%clk 1:34:30]} 14. Bxd4 {[%clk 1:20:25]} Be5 {[%clk 1:32:22]} 15. Bxe5
{[%clk 1:20:37]} Qxe5 {[%clk 1:31:29]} 16. b4 {[%clk 1:20:50]} Nf6
{[%clk 1:24:18]} 17. Nc4 {[%clk 1:19:16]} Qc7 {[%clk 1:19:36]} 18. f3
{[%clk 1:17:03]} exf3 {[%clk 1:07:13]} 19. Rxf3 {[%clk 1:17:14]} Be6
{[%clk 1:06:15]} 20. Nd6 {[%clk 1:17:25]} g6 {[%clk 1:05:11]} 21. Re3
{[%clk 1:17:37]} Bd5 {[%clk 1:04:09]} 22. Rd1 {[%clk 1:17:49]} Rad8
{[%clk 1:02:53]} 23. a4 {[%clk 1:18:00]} b6 {[%clk 1:02:19]} 24. Bxd5+
{[%clk 1:18:07]} Nxd5 {[%clk 1:02:14]} 25. Qb3 {[%clk 1:17:07]} a5
{[%clk 0:53:11]} 26. Rxd5 {[%clk 1:17:18]} cxd5 {[%clk 0:52:50]} 27. Qxd5+
{[%clk 1:17:29]} Kh8 {[%clk 0:51:19]} 28. Rd3 {[%clk 1:17:41]} Rb8
{[%clk 0:50:11]} 29. Qd4+ {[%clk 1:17:52]} Kg8 {[%clk 0:48:36]} 30. Qc4+
{[%clk 1:09:02]} Kh8 {[%clk 0:48:47]} 31. Nb5 {[%clk 1:09:13]} Qe7
{[%clk 0:47:16]} 32. Qd4+ {[%clk 1:06:10]} Kg8 {[%clk 0:43:30]} 33. cxb6
{[%clk 1:06:22]} Qxb4 {[%clk 0:42:52]} 34. Qxb4 {[%clk 1:06:35]} axb4
{[%clk 0:42:44]} 35. a5 {[%clk 0:58:34]} Rfe8 {[%clk 0:42:55]} 36. Nd4
{[%clk 0:58:45]} Rec8 {[%clk 0:37:40]} 37. Kf2 {[%clk 0:58:57]} Kf7
{[%clk 0:36:17]} 38. Rb3 {[%clk 0:59:07]} Rc4 {[%clk 0:35:55]} 39. Nb5
{[%clk 0:55:37]} Ke6 {[%clk 0:33:59]} 40. Nc7+ {[%clk 0:54:21]} Kd6
{[%clk 0:34:10]} 41. Na6 {[%clk 0:54:32]} Rb7 {[%clk 0:32:26]} 42. Nxb4
{[%clk 0:54:42]} Re4 {[%clk 0:27:28]} 43. h4 {[%clk 0:54:54]} Re5
{[%clk 0:26:14]} 44. Ra3 {[%clk 0:55:02]} Re4 {[%clk 0:25:47]} 45. Nd3
{[%clk 0:54:08]} Re8 {[%clk 0:25:13]} 46. Rb3 {[%clk 0:54:20]} Ra8
{[%clk 0:22:48]} 47. Rb5 {[%clk 0:54:24]} Kc6 {[%clk 0:19:10]} 48. Rc5+
{[%clk 0:54:36]} Kd6 {[%clk 0:14:55]} 49. Kf3 {[%clk 0:54:47]} Re7
{[%clk 0:14:38]} 50. Re5 {[%clk 0:54:58]} Rd7 {[%clk 0:14:25]} 51. Kf4
{[%clk 0:53:58]} Kc6 {[%clk 0:14:00]} 52. Nb4+ {[%clk 0:53:40]} Kb7
{[%clk 0:13:12]} 53. Kg5 {[%clk 0:53:18]} Rf7 {[%clk 0:11:16]} 54. Kh6
{[%clk 0:52:43]} Rg8 {[%clk 0:11:04]} 55. Rb5 {[%clk 0:49:59]} Ka8
{[%clk 0:11:14]} 56. a6 {[%clk 0:49:16]} g5 {[%clk 0:10:00]} 1-0


Ranking after Round 7 - 7/2/2015 - Normal ranking.
Pos Name * * Gms W D L Score SBgr Rtg TPR IRtg

1 *Jonny * * *6 4 2 0 5.0 11.00
2 *Komodo * * 6 4 1 1 4.5 12.75
3 *Hiarcs * * 6 3 3 0 4.5 9.75
4 *Ginkgo * * 7 2 4 1 4.0 7.75
5 *Protector *6 2 3 1 3.5 9.25
6 *Shredder * 6 2 3 1 3.5 7.25
7 *The Baron *6 1 2 3 2.0 4.25
8 *Maverick * 7 1 0 6 1.0 0.00
9 *Fridolin * 6 0 0 6 0.0 0.00

Result table.

Nr. Player * *1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 *The Baron × 0 0 0 ½ ½ 1 . .
2 *Komodo * *1 × 1 0 1 ½ . . 1
3 *Protector 1 0 × ½ ½ . . ½ 1
4 *Jonny * * 1 1 ½ × . . 1 ½ 1
5 *Ginkgo * *½ 0 ½ . × ½ 1 ½ 1
6 *Hiarcs * *½ ½ . . ½ × 1 1 1
7 *Fridolin *0 . . 0 0 0 × 0 0
8 *Shredder *. . ½ ½ ½ 0 1 × 1

TheARBChessSys
04-07-2015, 08:09 PM
Ranking after Round 9 – 7/3/2015 – Normal ranking.

Pos Name * * Gms W D L Score *SBgr

1 *Jonny * * *8 6 2 0 *7.0 *24.25
2 *Komodo * * 8 6 1 1 *6.5 *20.00
3 *Hiarcs * * 8 3 4 1 *5.0 *14.75
4 *Protector *8 3 4 1 *5.0 *14.25
5 *Shredder * 8 3 3 2 *4.5 *12.00
6 *Ginkgo * * 8 2 4 2 *4.0 * 9.75
7 *The Baron *8 2 2 4 *3.0 * 5.50
8 *Maverick * 8 1 0 7 *1.0 * 0.00
9 *Fridolin * 8 0 0 8 *0.0 * 0.00

Result table.

Nr. Player * *1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
1 *The Baron × 0 0 0 ½ ½ 1 0 1
2 *Komodo * *1 × 1 0 1 ½ 1 1 1
3 *Protector 1 0 × ½ ½ ½ 1 ½ 1
4 *Jonny * * 1 1 ½ × 1 1 1 ½ 1
5 *Ginkgo * *½ 0 ½ 0 × ½ 1 ½ 1
6 *Hiarcs * *½ ½ ½ 0 ½ × 1 1 1
7 *Fridolin *0 0 0 0 0 0 × 0 0
8 *Shredder *1 0 ½ ½ ½ 0 1 × 1
9 *Maverick *0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 ×

Here's Jonny * (Taken from the 1980's Shining Film with Jack Nicholson) :)

9CMmwVRAtaI


[Event "WCCC 2015"]
[Site "Leiden, The Netherlands"]
[Date "2015.07.03"]
[Round "9.2"]
[White "Hiarcs"]
[Black "Jonny"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "C54"]
[LiveChessVersion "1.4.6"]

1.e4 { [%clk 1:45:28] } 1...e5 { [%clk 1:45:16] } 2.Nf3 { [%clk 1:45:38] }
2...Nc6 { [%clk 1:45:29] } 3.Bc4 { [%clk 1:45:46] } 3...Bc5
{ [%clk 1:45:42] } 4.c3 { [%clk 1:45:54] } 4...Nf6 { [%clk 1:45:54] } 5.d3
{ [%clk 1:46:03] } 5...d6 { [%clk 1:46:06] } 6.O-O { [%clk 1:46:10] } 6...a6
{ [%clk 1:46:18] } 7.Bb3 { [%clk 1:46:19] } 7...Ba7 { [%clk 1:46:30] } 8.h3
{ [%clk 1:46:28] } 8...h6 { [%clk 1:40:34] } 9.Be3 { [%clk 1:46:37] }
9...Bxe3 { [%clk 1:38:47] } 10.fxe3 { [%clk 1:46:47] } 10...O-O
{ [%clk 1:27:09] } 11.Nbd2 { [%clk 1:46:57] } 11...Na5 { [%clk 1:27:22] }
12.Bc2 { [%clk 1:47:05] } 12...c5 { [%clk 1:27:35] } 13.d4 { [%clk 1:39:45] }
13...Qc7 { [%clk 1:27:44] } 14.Bd3 { [%clk 1:33:38] } 14...c4
{ [%clk 1:18:13] } 15.Bc2 { [%clk 1:29:20] } 15...b5 { [%clk 1:18:21] }
16.Nh4 { [%clk 1:24:47] } 16...Kh7 { [%clk 1:16:22] } 17.Rxf6
{ [%clk 1:19:25] } 17...gxf6 { [%clk 1:14:27] } 18.Qf3 { [%clk 1:19:35] }
18...Rg8 { [%clk 1:13:48] } 19.Nf1 { [%clk 1:15:56] } 19...Rg5
{ [%clk 1:09:20] } 20.Ng3 { [%clk 1:11:55] } 20...Bxh3 { [%clk 1:06:46] }
21.Nh5 { [%clk 1:09:34] } 21...Be6 { [%clk 1:06:58] } 22.d5
{ [%clk 1:06:06] } 22...Rf8 { [%clk 1:07:10] } 23.dxe6 { [%clk 1:03:04] }
23...fxe6 { [%clk 1:04:09] } 24.Rf1 { [%clk 1:03:14] } 24...Nb7
{ [%clk 1:04:22] } 25.Nxf6+ { [%clk 1:01:14] } 25...Kh8 { [%clk 1:04:35] }
26.Qh3 { [%clk 0:58:29] } 26...Qe7 { [%clk 1:04:47] } 27.Ng4
{ [%clk 0:56:06] } 27...Rxf1+ { [%clk 1:04:59] } 28.Kxf1 { [%clk 0:56:04] }
28...Qg7 { [%clk 1:05:12] } 29.Nf2 { [%clk 0:53:40] } 29...Nc5
{ [%clk 1:05:22] } 30.Qf3 { [%clk 0:51:26] } 30...Rg3 { [%clk 0:57:23] }
31.Qe2 { [%clk 0:49:07] } 31...Qf6 { [%clk 0:56:11] } 32.Nf3
{ [%clk 0:48:29] } 32...h5 { [%clk 0:56:21] } 33.Qd1 { [%clk 0:46:16] }
33...Nb7 { [%clk 0:54:31] } 34.b3 { [%clk 0:46:25] } 34...Qg6
{ [%clk 0:53:21] } 35.Nh1 { [%clk 0:46:34] } 35...Rg4 { [%clk 0:52:19] }
36.Qd2 { [%clk 0:46:45] } 36...Qg7 { [%clk 0:51:51] } 37.bxc4
{ [%clk 0:44:14] } 37...bxc4 { [%clk 0:50:36] } 38.Ne1 { [%clk 0:44:20] }
38...h4 { [%clk 0:48:27] } 39.Bd1 { [%clk 0:42:24] } 39...Qf8+
{ [%clk 0:48:09] } 40.Nf2 { [%clk 0:37:43] } 40...Rg7 { [%clk 0:48:21] }
41.Bf3 { [%clk 0:36:17] } 41...Nc5 { [%clk 0:48:34] } 42.Qe2
{ [%clk 0:34:51] } 42...Qb8 { [%clk 0:48:47] } 43.Qxc4 { [%clk 0:29:25] }
43...Qb5 { [%clk 0:49:00] } 44.Qe2 { [%clk 0:28:17] } 44...Qxe2+
{ [%clk 0:49:11] } 45.Kxe2 { [%clk 0:27:05] } 45...Rc7 { [%clk 0:49:23] }
46.Kd2 { [%clk 0:25:54] } 46...Kg7 { [%clk 0:49:35] } 47.Bd1
{ [%clk 0:25:06] } 47...Kf6 { [%clk 0:47:47] } 48.Nf3 { [%clk 0:24:30] }
48...Rh7 { [%clk 0:46:20] } 49.Be2 { [%clk 0:23:55] } 49...Rh8
{ [%clk 0:39:18] } 50.Kc2 { [%clk 0:24:03] } 50...Ke7 { [%clk 0:39:30] }
51.c4 { [%clk 0:21:17] } 51...a5 { [%clk 0:37:13] } 52.Bd1 { [%clk 0:17:55] }
52...Kf6 { [%clk 0:34:51] } 53.Kd2 { [%clk 0:17:05] } 53...Kf7
{ [%clk 0:33:45] } 54.Kc3 { [%clk 0:16:18] } 54...Ke7 { [%clk 0:33:57] }
55.Bc2 { [%clk 0:15:46] } 55...Rf8 { [%clk 0:32:14] } 56.Kd2
{ [%clk 0:15:14] } 56...Rh8 { [%clk 0:30:31] } 57.Kd1 { [%clk 0:14:31] }
57...Rf8 { [%clk 0:29:17] } 58.Kc1 { [%clk 0:13:23] } 58...Kd7
{ [%clk 0:29:29] } 59.Kd2 { [%clk 0:13:11] } 59...Rh8 { [%clk 0:24:08] }
60.Ke2 { [%clk 0:13:20] } 60...Ke7 { [%clk 0:23:07] } 61.Ke1
{ [%clk 0:11:15] } 61...Rb8 { [%clk 0:21:51] } 62.Nd1 { [%clk 0:11:23] }
62...Rh8 { [%clk 0:22:03] } 63.Kf1 { [%clk 0:11:08] } 63...Rb8
{ [%clk 0:19:28] } 64.Kg1 { [%clk 0:10:19] } 64...Rb4 { [%clk 0:18:56] }
65.Nd2 { [%clk 0:09:33] } 65...Rb8 { [%clk 0:19:08] } 66.Kf2
{ [%clk 0:09:21] } 66...Nd7 { [%clk 0:18:28] } 67.Nb3 { [%clk 0:07:47] }
67...a4 { [%clk 0:17:13] } 68.Nd2 { [%clk 0:06:41] } 68...a3
{ [%clk 0:15:59] } 69.Kg1 { [%clk 0:06:43] } 69...Nf6 { [%clk 0:12:51] }
70.Nb1 { [%clk 0:06:34] } 70...Rg8 { [%clk 0:12:07] } 71.Kh1
{ [%clk 0:06:16] } 71...Ng4 { [%clk 0:11:36] } 72.Nbc3 { [%clk 0:06:05] }
72...Kd7 { [%clk 0:11:10] } 73.Bd3 { [%clk 0:05:41] } 73...Kc6
{ [%clk 0:10:58] } 74.Bf1 { [%clk 0:04:53] } 74...Kc5 { [%clk 0:10:47] }
75.Nb5 { [%clk 0:05:03] } 75...Nf6 { [%clk 0:10:48] } 76.Bd3
{ [%clk 0:05:12] } 76...Kb4 { [%clk 0:10:47] } 77.Nc7 { [%clk 0:05:07] }
77...Rc8 { [%clk 0:10:59] } 78.Nxe6 { [%clk 0:05:04] } 78...Nd7
{ [%clk 0:11:12] } 79.Ng7 { [%clk 0:03:24] } 79...Nb6 { [%clk 0:11:26] }
80.Nf5 { [%clk 0:03:01] } 80...Rc7 { [%clk 0:11:39] } 81.g4
{ [%clk 0:02:58] } 81...hxg3 { [%clk 0:10:56] } 82.Kg2 { [%clk 0:03:09] }
82...Nxc4 { [%clk 0:10:29] } 83.Kxg3 { [%clk 0:02:51] } 83...Nb2
{ [%clk 0:10:42] } 84.Nf2 { [%clk 0:02:48] } 84...Nxd3 { [%clk 0:10:54] }
85.Nxd3+ { [%clk 0:02:54] } 85...Kc3 { [%clk 0:11:06] } 86.Ne1
{ [%clk 0:03:00] } 86...Rc6 { [%clk 0:11:19] } 87.Ne7 { [%clk 0:01:59] }
87...Rc5 { [%clk 0:11:28] } 88.Ng6 { [%clk 0:01:54] } 88...Rb5
{ [%clk 0:11:11] } 89.Ne7 { [%clk 0:00:57] } 89...Rb2 { [%clk 0:11:24] }
90.Nd5+ { [%clk 0:00:59] } 90...Kc4 { [%clk 0:11:36] } 91.Nb6+
{ [%clk 0:01:02] } 91...Rxb6 { [%clk 0:11:47] } 92.Nf3 { [%clk 0:01:00] }
92...Rb2 { [%clk 0:11:59] } 0-1

I am not sure what is wrong with the .pgn above from the WCCC Site ? it loads the first few moves but not the Whole game ?

So below is a Cleaned up version which I made using the Arena GUI Maintenance so that is has no Comments Etc.
And now I have another problem with the one below :( it only works by loading the Game moves and not the Complete .pgn ?
Well at least you can now see the Moves :)

[Event "WCCC 2015"]
[Site "Leiden, The Netherlands"]
[Date "2015.07.03"]
[Round "9.2"]
[White "Hiarcs"]
[Black "Jonny"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "C54"]
[Opening "Giuoco Pianissimo"]
[Variation "5.d3 d6 6.O-O"]
[TimeControl "0+180"]
[Termination "normal"]
[PlyCount "184"]
[WhiteType "human"]
[BlackType "human"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc4 Bc5 4. c3 Nf6 5. d3 d6 6. O-O a6 7. Bb3 Ba7 8.
h3 h6 9. Be3 Bxe3 10. fxe3 O-O 11. Nbd2 Na5 12. Bc2 c5 13. d4 Qc7 14. Bd3
c4 15. Bc2 b5 16. Nh4 Kh7 17. Rxf6 gxf6 18. Qf3 Rg8 19. Nf1 Rg5 20. Ng3
Bxh3 21. Nh5 Be6 22. d5 Rf8 23. dxe6 fxe6 24. Rf1 Nb7 25. Nxf6+ Kh8 26. Qh3
Qe7 27. Ng4 Rxf1+ 28. Kxf1 Qg7 29. Nf2 Nc5 30. Qf3 Rg3 31. Qe2 Qf6 32. Nf3
h5 33. Qd1 Nb7 34. b3 Qg6 35. Nh1 Rg4 36. Qd2 Qg7 37. bxc4 bxc4 38. Ne1 h4
39. Bd1 Qf8+ 40. Nf2 Rg7 41. Bf3 Nc5 42. Qe2 Qb8 43. Qxc4 Qb5 44. Qe2 Qxe2+
45. Kxe2 Rc7 46. Kd2 Kg7 47. Bd1 Kf6 48. Nf3 Rh7 49. Be2 Rh8 50. Kc2 Ke7
51. c4 a5 52. Bd1 Kf6 53. Kd2 Kf7 54. Kc3 Ke7 55. Bc2 Rf8 56. Kd2 Rh8 57.
Kd1 Rf8 58. Kc1 Kd7 59. Kd2 Rh8 60. Ke2 Ke7 61. Ke1 Rb8 62. Nd1 Rh8 63. Kf1
Rb8 64. Kg1 Rb4 65. Nd2 Rb8 66. Kf2 Nd7 67. Nb3 a4 68. Nd2 a3 69. Kg1 Nf6
70. Nb1 Rg8 71. Kh1 Ng4 72. Nbc3 Kd7 73. Bd3 Kc6 74. Bf1 Kc5 75. Nb5 Nf6
76. Bd3 Kb4 77. Nc7 Rc8 78. Nxe6 Nd7 79. Ng7 Nb6 80. Nf5 Rc7 81. g4 hxg3
82. Kg2 Nxc4 83. Kxg3 Nb2 84. Nf2 Nxd3 85. Nxd3+ Kc3 86. Ne1 Rc6 87. Ne7
Rc5 88. Ng6 Rb5 89. Ne7 Rb2 90. Nd5+ Kc4 91. Nb6+ Rxb6 92. Nf3 Rb2 0-1

Kevin Bonham
04-07-2015, 08:39 PM
Anthony, I'm happy to move your WCCC posts to a distinct thread if you like.

TheARBChessSys
04-07-2015, 09:27 PM
Anthony, I'm happy to move your WCCC posts to a distinct thread if you like.

Hi Kevin

The Main WCCC Is now over and Jonny is the Winner so I will not be Posting any more posts regarding the Championship...so maybe it's best to leave them where they are seeing as a few People have now looked at them.


Anthony.

Kevin Bonham
04-07-2015, 11:15 PM
Hi Kevin

The Main WCCC Is now over and Jonny is the Winner so I will not be Posting any more posts regarding the Championship...so maybe it's best to leave them where they are seeing as a few People have now looked at them.

OK, no problems.

I thought that Jonny-Komodo game was quite interesting at the end though it is tedious playing through all the mucking about!

TheARBChessSys
05-07-2015, 07:49 PM
OK! This is my final post regarding the WCCC 2015 Netherlands :)

The files below from the site are the Complete games .pgn's Plus a Very good description of all the Games played in a .pdf format Very well worth reading!

I tried to upload them onto this Post but the size was a Problem...I think ? maybe there another way to do it ? (Kevin) before they get lost forever when the WCCC goes away!

https://icga.leidenuniv.nl/?page_id=1260

Report: WCCC2015.pdf

Played Games PGN (zipped!): WCCC2015.pgn


Anthony.

TheARBChessSys
08-07-2015, 11:24 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gYqQPS1T0Y

TheARBChessSys
08-07-2015, 11:25 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dvlb8ttAPv4

ElevatorEscapee
10-07-2015, 09:38 PM
Hi Andrew, when playing your system, you seem to be able to absorb "shock" moves from the computer... are you in any way related to the A.R.B. 4WD shock absorber systems available in Australia?

http://www.arb.com.au/products/old-man-emu-4x4-suspension/shock-absorbers-steering-stabilisers/

TheARBChessSys
11-07-2015, 12:42 AM
Hi Andrew, when playing your system, you seem to be able to absorb "shock" moves from the computer... are you in any way related to the A.R.B. 4WD shock absorber systems available in Australia?

http://www.arb.com.au/products/old-man-emu-4x4-suspension/shock-absorbers-steering-stabilisers/


Gee! Freaks RUS or What! ? Not only do you get My Name Wrong! ? But What you are Trying to Say & Link to is Way Off this Planet! :(

antichrist
11-07-2015, 10:32 AM
Gee! Freaks RUS or What! ? Not only do you get My Name Wrong! ? But What you are Trying to Say & Link to is Way Off this Planet! :(

We give certain concessions to Elevator EScape because of his condition - don't worry he is pretty harmless compared to others

TheARBChessSys
11-07-2015, 08:09 PM
We give certain concessions to Elevator EScape because of his condition - don't worry he is pretty harmless compared to others

Point taken ? but a Persons Name is Important! :(

TheARBChessSys
17-11-2015, 01:47 AM
TCEC 8 - SCAM! - Super Final - Game 22 - Move 64 - TRUE! Win!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tphf0p--GE

TheARBChessSys
18-11-2015, 08:45 PM
[Event "TCEC 8 - SCAM! - Super Final - Game 22 - Move 64.Kg4 - FAKE! Draw ?"]
[Site "http://tcec.chessdom.com"]
[Date "2015.11.11"]
[Round "22"]
[White "Stockfish 021115"]
[Black "Komodo 9.3x"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[BlackElo "3223"]
[ECO "E15"]
[EventDate "2015.11.06"]
[GameDuration "06:42:03"]
[Opening "Queen's Indian: Nimzowitsch, 5.Nbd2 c5"]
[PlyCount "136"]
[Termination "adjudication"]
[TerminationDetails "TCEC draw rule"]
[TimeControl "10800+30"]
[WhiteElo "3224"]


1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 b6 4. g3 Ba6 5. Nbd2 c5 6. e4 cxd4 7. e5 Ng4 8. h3 Nh6
9. Bg2 Nc6 10. O-O Be7 11. Qa4 Bb7 12. Nxd4 Nxd4 13. Bxb7 Rb8 14. Be4 Qc7 15. Qd1 Nhf5 16. Re1 Qxe5
17. Nb3 Rd8 18. Bf4 Qf6 19. Qd3 Bc5 20. Rad1 Nxb3 21. axb3 Nd4 22. Kg2 Nc6 23. h4 a5 24. Qe2 Qe7
25. Qh5 g6 26. Qf3 Nd4 27. Qc3 Qf6 28. Bd5 Bb4 29. Qd3 O-O 30. Be5 Qf5 31. Qxd4 Bxe1 32. Rxe1 d6
33. Bf6 e5 34. Qxb6 Qxf6 35. Qxa5 Kh8 36. b4 g5 37. Rh1 gxh4 38. Rxh4 Qg6 39. Qa3 f5 40. Qf3 Qg7
41. b5 Rb8 42. b4 Rf6 43. Rh5 Qg6 44. Qe2 f4 45. Be4 Qg7 46. Qf3 Rh6 47. Rxh6 Qxh6 48. Qe2 fxg3
49. fxg3 Qg5 50. c5 Rg8 51. Qe1 dxc5 52. bxc5 Rd8 53. b6 Rd2+ 54. Kg1 Qd8 55. Qe3 Rb2 56. Bf3 Rb1+
57. Kg2 Rb2+ 58. Kh3 Qf6 59. b7 Qe6+ 60. g4 h5 61. c6 hxg4+ 62. Bxg4 Qd6 63. Bf5 Qf6 64. Kg4 Rg2+
65. Kf3 Rb2 66. Kg4 Rg2+ 67. Kf3 Rb2 68. Qe4 Qd6 ½-½



[Event "TCEC 8 - SCAM! - Super Final - Game 22 - Move 64.Bc2 - TRUE! Win!"]
[Site "http://tcec.chessdom.com"]
[Date "2015.11.11"]
[Round "22"]
[White "Stockfish 021115"]
[Black "Komodo 9.3x"]
[Result "1-0"]
[BlackElo "3223"]
[ECO "E15"]
[EventDate "2015.11.06"]
[GameDuration "06:42:03"]
[Opening "Queen's Indian: Nimzowitsch, 5.Nbd2 c5"]
[PlyCount "136"]
[Termination "normal"]
[TimeControl "10800+30"]
[WhiteElo "3224"]


1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 b6 4. g3 Ba6 5. Nbd2 c5 6. e4 cxd4 7. e5 Ng4 8.
h3 Nh6 9. Bg2 Nc6 10. O-O Be7 11. Qa4 Bb7 12. Nxd4 Nxd4 13. Bxb7 Rb8 14.
Be4 Qc7 15. Qd1 Nhf5 16. Re1 Qxe5 17. Nb3 Rd8 18. Bf4 Qf6 19. Qd3 Bc5 20.
Rad1 Nxb3 21. axb3 Nd4 22. Kg2 Nc6 23. h4 a5 24. Qe2 Qe7 25. Qh5 g6 26. Qf3
Nd4 27. Qc3 Qf6 28. Bd5 Bb4 29. Qd3 O-O 30. Be5 Qf5 31. Qxd4 Bxe1 32. Rxe1
d6 33. Bf6 e5 34. Qxb6 Qxf6 35. Qxa5 Kh8 36. b4 g5 37. Rh1 gxh4 38. Rxh4
Qg6 39. Qa3 f5 40. Qf3 Qg7 41. b5 Rb8 42. b4 Rf6 43. Rh5 Qg6 44. Qe2 f4 45.
Be4 Qg7 46. Qf3 Rh6 47. Rxh6 Qxh6 48. Qe2 fxg3 49. fxg3 Qg5 50. c5 Rg8 51.
Qe1 dxc5 52. bxc5 Rd8 53. b6 Rd2+ 54. Kg1 Qd8 55. Qe3 Rb2 56. Bf3 Rb1+ 57.
Kg2 Rb2+ 58. Kh3 Qf6 59. b7 Qe6+ 60. g4 h5 61. c6 hxg4+ 62. Bxg4 Qd6 63.
Bf5 Qf6 64. Bc2 {(Bf5-c2 Rb2-b4) +1.96} Rb4 {(Rb2-b4 Bc2-e4 Rb4-b2
c6-c7 Qf6-e6+ Kh3-g3 Rb2xb7 Qe3-h6+ Qe6xh6 c7-c8Q+ Kh8-g7 Qc8xb7+ Kg7-f8
Qb7-b8+ Kf8-e7 Qb8-c7+ Ke7-f8 Qc7-d8+ Kf8-g7 Qd8-e7+ Kg7-h8 Qe7-e8+ Kh8-g7
Qe8xe5+ Qh6-f6 Qe5-c5 Kg7-h8 Qc5-c8+ Kh8-g7 Qc8-c7+ Kg7-f8 Qc7-c5+ Qf6-e7
Qc5-c8+ Kf8-g7 Qc8-c3+ Qe7-f6 Qc3-b4 Kg7-g8 Be4-f3 Qf6-e5+ Kg3-h3 Qe5-f5+
Kh3-g2 Kg8-g7 Qb4-b7+ Qf5-f7 Qb7-b5 Qf7-g6+ Kg2-f2 Qg6-d6 Qb5-b7+ Kg7-f8
Qb7-e4 Qd6-f6 Qe4-a8+ Kf8-g7 Qa8-a7+ Kg7-h6 Qa7-c5 Qf6-b2+ Kf2-e1 Qb2-f6
Qc5-e3+ Qf6-g5 Qe3-b6+ Qg5-g6) -1.15} 65. Be4 {(Bc2-e4 Rb4-b2)
+1.06} Rb2 {(Rb4-b2 Kh3-g4) -2.68} 66. Kg4 {(Kh3-g4) +2.91}
Qe6+ {(Qf6-e6+ Kg4-g5) -4.10} 67. Kg5 {(Kg4-g5) +3.27}
Qg8+ {(Qe6-g8+ Kg5-f5) -3.54} 68. Kf5 {(Kg5-f5 Qg8-f7+) +2.57}
Qf7+ {(Qg8-f7+ Kf5xe5) -3.55} 69. Kxe5 {(Kf5xe5) +2.53}
Qg7+ {(Qf7-g7+ Ke5-e6) -4.66} 70. Ke6 {(Ke5-e6 Qg7-g8+ Ke6-f5
Rb2-b5+ Kf5-f4 Qg8-f8+ Kf4-g3 Qf8-g7+ Kg3-f2 Qg7-b2+ Kf2-f3 Rb5-g5 Qe3-e2
Qb2-f6+ Kf3-e3 Qf6-c3+ Qe2-d3 Qc3-e1+ Ke3-f3 Qe1-g3+ Kf3-e2 Qg3-h2+ Ke2-e3
Qh2-g3+ Ke3-d2 Qg3-f2+ Kd2-c3 Qf2-c5+ Kc3-b3 Qc5-b6+ Kb3-c2 Qb6-f2+ Qd3-d2
Rg5-c5+ Kc2-d3 Qf2-g3+ Kd3-e2 Qg3-g4+ Be4-f3 Rc5-e5+ Ke2-f2 Qg4-h4+ Kf2-f1
Re5-e8 Qd2-d5 Qh4-h3+ Bf3-g2 Re8-f8+ Kf1-e2 Qh3-h2 Ke2-d3 Qh2-g3+ Kd3-c4
Kh8-g7 Qd5-d7+ Rf8-f7 Qd7-d4+ Rf7-f6 Bg2-d5 Qg3-c7 Kc4-b5 Qc7-d6 Qd4-g4+
Kg7-h6 Qg4-g8 Rf6-f8 Qg8-e6+ Qd6xe6) +5.00} Qg8+ {(Qg7-g8+ Ke6-f5)
-5.94} 71. Kf5 {(Ke6-f5) +5.78} Rb5+ {(Rb2-b5+) -5.18}
72. Kf4 {(Kf5-f4 Qg8-f8+) +4.29} Qf8+ {(Qg8-f8+ Kf4-g3) -5.63}
73. Kg3 {(Kf4-g3 Qf8-f6 Qe3-f3 Rb5-g5+ Kg3-f2 Qf6-d4+ Qf3-e3 Qd4-b2+
Qe3-e2 Qb2-f6+ Kf2-e3 Qf6-c3+ Qe2-d3 Qc3-e1+ Ke3-f3 Qe1-h1+ Kf3-e2 Qh1-h2+
Ke2-e3 Qh2-g1+ Ke3-d2 Qg1-f2+ Kd2-c3 Qf2-c5+ Kc3-b3 Qc5-b6+ Kb3-c2 Qb6-f2+
Qd3-d2 Rg5-c5+ Kc2-d3 Qf2-g3+ Kd3-e2 Qg3-g4+ Be4-f3 Rc5-e5+ Ke2-f2 Qg4-h4+
Kf2-f1 Re5-e8 Qd2-c3+ Kh8-h7 Bf3-g2 Qh4-d8 Kf1-g1 Qd8-b6+ Kg1-h2 Re8-e6
Bg2-e4+ Re6xe4 Qc3-h3+ Kh7-g6 Qh3-g3+ Kg6-f5 b7-b8Q Re4-h4+ Kh2-g2 Qb6xc6+
Qg3-f3+ Qc6xf3+ Kg2xf3 Rh4-d4 Qb8-b5+ Kf5-e6 Kf3-e3 Rd4-d6 Ke3-e4 Ke6-e7
Qb5-c5 Ke7-d7 Ke4-e5 Rd6-e6+ Ke5-d5 Re6-h6 Qc5-b5+ Kd7-d8 Qb5-b4 Rh6-h5+
Kd5-d6 Rh5-h6+ Kd6-c5 Rh6-h5+ Kc5-b6 Rh5-h1) +5.62} Qf6 {(Qf8-f6
Qe3-f3) -5.91} 74. Qf3 {(Qe3-f3) +6.62} Rg5+ {(Rb5-g5+
Kg3-f2) -7.06} 75. Kf2 {(Kg3-f2) +6.90} Qb2+ {(Qf6-b2+
Qf3-e2) -7.64} 76. Qe2 {(Qf3-e2) +6.89} Qd4+ {(Qb2-d4+
Kf2-f3) -8.30} 77. Kf3 {(Kf2-f3) +9.08} Qf6+ {(Qd4-f6+
Kf3-e3) -10.82} 78. Ke3 {(Kf3-e3 Qf6-c3+) +9.67} Qc3+
{(Qf6-c3+) -9.30} 79. Qd3 {(Qe2-d3) +9.90} Qe1+ {(Qc3-e1+
Ke3-f3) -7.44} 80. Kf3 {(Ke3-f3 Qe1-g3+) +7.91} Qg3+
{(Qe1-g3+ Kf3-e2) -13.77} 81. Ke2 {(Kf3-e2 Qg3-h2+ Ke2-e3 Qh2-g1+
Ke3-d2 Qg1-f2+ Kd2-c3 Qf2-c5+ Kc3-b3 Qc5-b6+ Kb3-c2 Qb6-f2+ Qd3-d2 Rg5-c5+
Kc2-d3 Qf2-g3+ Kd3-e2 Qg3-g4+ Ke2-f2 Qg4-h4+ Kf2-f1 Qh4-h3+ Be4-g2 Qh3-f5+
Kf1-g1 Qf5-b1+ Bg2-f1 Qb1-b6 Qd2-d4+ Kh8-g8 Bf1-c4+ Kg8-h7 Qd4-d7+ Kh7-h8
Qd7-e8+ Kh8-g7 Qe8-e7+ Kg7-g6 Qe7-d6+ Kg6-g7 b7-b8Q Rc5-g5+ Kg1-f1 Qb6-g1+
Kf1-e2 Rg5-g2+ Ke2-d3 Qg1-d1+ Kd3-e4 Qd1-e1+ Ke4-d4 Qe1-a1+ Kd4-c5 Qa1-a5+
Qb8-b5 Rg2-g5+ Bc4-d5 Qa5-c3+ Qb5-c4 Qc3-a5+ Kc5-d4 Rg5-g1 Qc4-c3 Qa5xc3+
Kd4xc3 Rg1-c1+ Kc3-b4 Rc1-f1 Qd6-e7+ Kg7-g6 c6-c7 Rf1-b1+ Kb4-c5 Rb1-c1+
Bd5-c4) +18.41} Qh2+ {(Qg3-h2+ Ke2-e3 Qh2-g1+ Ke3-d2 Qg1-f2+ Kd2-c3
Qf2-c5+ Kc3-b3 Qc5-b6+ Kb3-c2 Qb6-f2+ Qd3-d2 Rg5-c5+ Kc2-d3 Qf2-g3+ Kd3-e2
Qg3-g4+ Be4-f3 Rc5-e5+ Ke2-f2 Qg4-h4+ Kf2-f1 Re5-e8 Qd2-d5 Qh4-h3+ Bf3-g2
Re8-f8+ Kf1-e2 Qh3-h2 Ke2-d3 Qh2-g3+ Kd3-c4 Kh8-g7 Qd5-d7+ Rf8-f7 Qd7-d4+
Rf7-f6 Bg2-e4 Qg3-c7 Kc4-b5 Qc7-f4 Kb5-a6 Qf4-g3 Ka6-b6 Qg3-h2 Be4-d3
Kg7-f7 Qd4-d7+ Kf7-f8 Qd7-d8+ Kf8-g7 b7-b8Q Qh2-b2+ Bd3-b5 Qb2-f2+ Kb6-b7
Rf6-f7+ c6-c7 Qf2-f3+ Kb7-c8 Rf7-f5 Qd8-d4+ Kg7-h6 Qd4-h8+ Kh6-g5 Bb5-e8
Rf5-d5 Qh8-g7+ Kg5-h4 Qb8-b4+ Kh4-h3 Be8-d7+ Rd5xd7 Qg7xd7+ Kh3-g3 Qb4-d6+
Kg3-h4) -14.67} 82. Ke3 {(Ke2-e3 Qh2-g3+) +8.29} Rg3+
{(Rg5-g3+ Be4-f3) -19.92} 83. Bf3 {(Be4-f3 Qh2-h6+) +26.47}
Qh6+ {(Qh2-h6+) -21.55} 84. Kd4 {(Ke3-d4 Qh6-f4+) +20.13}
Qd6+ {(Qh6-d6+) -11.26} 85. Kc3 {(Kd4-c3 Qd6-a3+) +44.61}
Qa3+ {(Qd6-a3+) -13.31} 86. Kc4 {(Kc3-c4) +55.69} Qa4+
{(Qa3-a4+) -13.50} 87. Kc5 {(Kc4-c5) +33.34} Rg5+ {(Rg3-g5+
Bf3-d5) -16.14} 88. Bd5 {(Bf3-d5 Qa4-a5+) +72.89} Qa5+
{(Qa4-a5+ Kc5-c4) -M54} 89. Kc4 {(Kc5-c4 Qa5-a6+) +123.24}
Rg4+ {(Rg5-g4+) -11.48} 90. Be4 {(Bd5-e4 Qa5-a2+) +M36} Qa2+
{(Qa5-a2+ Kc4-d4) -83.49} 91. Kd4 {(Kc4-d4 Qa2-a7+) +M33}
Qa7+ {(Qa2-a7+ Kd4-d5 Qa7-a2+ Kd5-d6 Qa2-h2+ Kd6-e6 Qh2-h6+ Ke6-d5 Rg4-g5+
Kd5-c4 Qh6-h2 Qd3-d8+ Rg5-g8 Qd8-f6+ Rg8-g7 Qf6-f8+ Rg7-g8 b7-b8Q Qh2-e2+
Kc4-d4 Qe2-d1+ Kd4-e5 Qd1-h5+ Ke5-d6 Qh5-h2+ Kd6-d7 Qh2-h3+ Be4-f5 Qh3xf5+
Qf8xf5 Rg8xb8 Qf5-e5+ Kh8-g8 Qe5xb8+ Kg8-f7 Qb8-f4+ Kf7-g6 c6-c7 Kg6-g7
c7-c8Q Kg7-g6 Qc8-g8+ Kg6-h5 Qf4-h2+) -M22} 92. Kd5 {(Kd4-d5 Qa7-a2+
Kd5-d6 Qa2-h2+ Kd6-e6 Qh2-h6+ Ke6-d5 Rg4-g5+ Kd5-c4 Qh6-e6+ Be4-d5 Qe6-d6
Qd3-d4+ Rg5-g7 Qd4-h4+ Rg7-h7 Qh4-g4 Rh7-f7 b7-b8R+ Qd6xb8 Bd5xf7 Qb8-f8
Qg4-h5+ Kh8-g7 Qh5-g6+ Kg7-h8 Qg6-f6+ Qf8-g7 Qf6-h4+ Qg7-h7 Qh4-d4+ Qh7-g7
c6-c7 Qg7xd4+ Kc4xd4 Kh8-g7 Bf7-e6 Kg7-f6 c7-c8Q Kf6-e7 Kd4-d5 Ke7-f6
Qc8-g8 Kf6-e7 Qg8-f7+ Ke7-d8 Qf7-d7+) +M24} Qa2+ {(Qa7-a2+ Kd5-d6)
-M25} 93. Kd6 {(Kd5-d6 Qa2-h2+ Kd6-e6 Qh2-h6+ Ke6-d5 Qh6-g5+ Kd5-c4
Qg5-g8+ Kc4-b5 Rg4-g5+ Kb5-b6 Kh8-g7 c6-c7 Qg8-e6+ Be4-c6 Qe6-e5 b7-b8Q
Qe5-b2+ Kb6-a6 Qb2-a1+ Ka6-b7 Qa1-b2+ Kb7-c8 Qb2-f6 Bc6-e4 Rg5-e5 Qd3-d7+
Re5-e7 Qd7-g4+ Kg7-h6 Qg4-h3+ Kh6-g5 Qb8-b5+ Re7-e5 Qh3-g2+ Kg5-h6 Qg2-h2+
Kh6-g5 Qh2xe5+ Qf6xe5 Qb5xe5+ Kg5-g4 Kc8-b7 Kg4-h4 c7-c8R Kh4-h3 Qe5-g5
Kh3-h2 Qg5-g2+) +M25} Qh2+ {(Qa2-h2+ Kd6-e6 Qh2-h6+ Ke6-d5 Qh6-g5+
Kd5-c4 Qg5-g8+ Kc4-b5 Rg4-g5+ Kb5-b6 Kh8-g7 c6-c7 Qg8-e6+ Be4-c6 Qe6-e5
b7-b8Q Qe5-a5+ Kb6-b7 Qa5-b4+ Kb7-c8 Qb4-g4+ Kc8-d8 Qg4-h4 Qb8-b2+ Rg5-e5+
Kd8-c8 Qh4-f6 Qd3-g3+ Kg7-h6 Qg3xe5 Qf6xe5 Qb2xe5 Kh6-g6 Kc8-d8 Kg6-h6
c7-c8Q Kh6-g6 Qc8-g4+ Kg6-h6 Qe5-h8+) -M20} 94. Ke6 {(Kd6-e6)
+M52} Qh6+ {(Qh2-h6+ Ke6-d5 Rg4-g5+ Kd5-c4 Qh6-h2 Qd3-d8+ Rg5-g8
Qd8-f6+ Rg8-g7 Qf6-f8+ Rg7-g8 b7-b8Q Qh2-e2+ Kc4-d4 Qe2-d1+ Kd4-e5 Qd1-h5+
Ke5-d6 Qh5-h2+ Kd6-d7 Qh2-h3+ Be4-f5 Qh3xf5+ Qf8xf5 Rg8xb8 Qf5-e5+ Kh8-g8
Qe5xb8+ Kg8-f7 Qb8-g3 Kf7-f6 c6-c7 Kf6-f5 c7-c8Q Kf5-e4 Qc8-c4+ Ke4-f5
Qc4-f4+) -M19} 95. Kd5 {(Ke6-d5 Qh6-h5+ Kd5-c4 Qh5-f7+ Kc4-c3 Qf7-f4
b7-b8R+ Qf4xb8 Qd3-h3+ Kh8-g8 Qh3xg4+ Kg8-f8 Qg4-f5+ Kf8-g7 Qf5-g6+ Kg7-f8
Qg6-h6+ Kf8-e7 Qh6-g7+ Ke7-e6 c6-c7 Qb8-e8 Qg7-g6+ Qe8xg6 c7-c8Q+ Ke6-e5
Be4xg6 Ke5-f6 Bg6-e4 Kf6-e5 Qc8-f5+ Ke5-d6 Qf5-f6+ Kd6-d7 Be4-f5+ Kd7-c7
Qf6-a6 Kc7-b8 Qa6-b6+ Kb8-a8 Bf5-e4+) +M21} Rg5+ {(Rg4-g5+ Kd5-c4
Qh6-e6+ Be4-d5 Rg5xd5 Qd3xd5 Qe6-e2+ Kc4-c5 Qe2-e7+ Qd5-d6 Qe7-g5+ Kc5-b6
Qg5-g1+ Kb6-c7 Qg1-g7+ Kc7-c8 Qg7-g4+ Qd6-d7 Qg4-g8+ Qd7-d8 Kh8-g7 b7-b8Q
Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kg7-f6 c6-c7 Kf6-e5 c7-c8Q+ Ke5-d5 Qb8-b3+ Kd5-d4 Qc8-e6
Kd4-c5 Qb3-c4+) -M17} 96. Kc4 {(Kd5-c4 Qh6-e6+ Be4-d5 Rg5xd5 Qd3xd5
Qe6-e2+ Kc4-c5 Qe2-e7+ Qd5-d6 Qe7-g5+ Kc5-b6 Qg5-g1+ Kb6-c7 Qg1-a7 Kc7-d8
Qa7-a5+ Kd8-e7 Kh8-h7 b7-b8Q Qa5-g5+ Qd6-f6 Qg5-e3+ Qf6-e6 Qe3-g5+ Ke7-e8
Qg5-g8+ Qe6xg8+ Kh7xg8 Qb8-g3+ Kg8-h7 Ke8-f7 Kh7-h8 Qg3-h2+) +M17}
Qe6+ {(Qh6-e6+ Be4-d5 Rg5xd5 Qd3xd5 Qe6-e2+ Kc4-c5 Qe2-e7+ Kc5-b6 Qe7-e3+
Kb6-c7 Qe3-a7 Kc7-c8 Qa7-a6 c6-c7 Kh8-h7 Kc8-b8 Kh7-h6 c7-c8Q Qa6-f6
Qd5-h1+ Kh6-g7 Qh1-h8+ Kg7-g6 Qh8-g8+ Kg6-h5 Qc8-h3+ Qf6-h4 Qg8-h7+ Kh5-g5
Qh3xh4+) -M15} 97. Bd5 {(Be4-d5 Rg5xd5 Qd3xd5 Qe6-e2+ Kc4-c5 Qe2-e7+
Kc5-b6 Qe7-e3+ Kb6-c7 Qe3-a7 Kc7-c8 Qa7-a6 c6-c7 Kh8-h7 Kc8-b8 Kh7-h6
c7-c8Q Qa6-f6 Qd5-h1+ Kh6-g7 Qh1-h8+ Kg7-g6 Qh8-g8+ Kg6-h5 Qc8-h3+ Qf6-h4
Qg8-h7+ Kh5-g5 Qh3xh4+) +M15} Rxd5 {(Rg5xd5 Qd3xd5 Qe6-e2+ Kc4-c5
Qe2-c2+ Kc5-d6 Qc2-g6+ Kd6-c7 Qg6-f7+ Qd5-d7 Qf7-f4+ Kc7-c8 Qf4-f8+ Qd7-d8
Kh8-g8 b7-b8Q Qf8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kg8-f7 c6-c7 Kf7-f6 c7-c8Q Kf6-g5 Qb8-e5+
Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) -M14} 98. Qxd5 {(Qd3xd5 Qe6-e2+
Kc4-c5 Qe2-e7+ Kc5-b6 Qe7-e3+ Kb6-c7 Qe3-g3+ Kc7-c8 Qg3-g4+ Qd5-d7 Qg4-g8+
Qd7-d8 Kh8-g7 b7-b8Q Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kg7-g6 c6-c7 Kg6-f6 c7-c8Q Kf6-g5
Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) +M14} Qe2+ {(Qe6-e2+ Kc4-c5
Qe2-e7+ Kc5-b6 Qe7-e3+ Kb6-c7 Qe3-f4+ Kc7-c8 Qf4-g4+ Qd5-d7 Qg4-g8+ Qd7-d8
Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kh8-g7 b7-b8Q Kg7-f6 c6-c7 Kf6-e6 c7-c8Q+ Ke6-d5 Qb8-g3
Kd5-d4 Qc8-c3+ Kd4-d5 Qg3-e5+) -M13} 99. Kc5 {(Kc4-c5 Qe2-e7+ Kc5-b6
Qe7-e3+ Kb6-c7 Qe3-f4+ Kc7-c8 Qf4-g4+ Qd5-d7 Qg4-g8+ Qd7-d8 Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8
Kh8-g8 Kd8-e7 Kg8-g7 b7-b8Q Kg7-g6 Qb8-e5 Kg6-h7 Ke7-f6 Kh7-h8 Kf6-f7+
Kh8-h7 Qe5-h2+) +M13} Qc2+ {(Qe2-c2+ Kc5-d6 Qc2-g6+ Kd6-c7 Qg6-g7+
Kc7-c8 Qg7-g4+ Qd5-d7 Qg4-g8+ Qd7-d8 Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kh8-g7 b7-b8Q Kg7-f6
c6-c7 Kf6-e5 c7-c8Q+ Ke5-e4 Qc8-c4+ Ke4-f3 Qb8-f4+ Kf3-g2 Qc4-f1+) -M12}
100. Kd6 {(Kc5-d6 Qc2-g6+ Kd6-c7 Qg6-g3+ Kc7-c8 Qg3-g4+ Qd5-d7 Qg4-g8+
Qd7-d8 Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kh8-g7 b7-b8Q Kg7-f7 c6-c7 Kf7-f6 c7-c8Q Kf6-g5
Qb8-g3+ Kg5-f6 Qc8-g4 Kf6-f7 Qg3-f4+) +M12} Qg6+ {(Qc2-g6+ Kd6-c7
Qg6-f7+ Qd5-d7 Qf7-f4+ Kc7-c8 Qf4-f8+ Qd7-d8 Kh8-g8 b7-b8Q Qf8xd8+ Kc8xd8
Kg8-f7 Qb8-g3 Kf7-f6 c6-c7 Kf6-f7 c7-c8Q Kf7-f6 Qg3-g4 Kf6-e5 Qc8-e6+)
-M11} 101. Kc7 {(Kd6-c7 Qg6-g7+ Kc7-c8 Qg7-g4+ Qd5-d7 Qg4-g8+ Qd7-d8
Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kh8-g7 c6-c7 Kg7-f7 c7-c8Q Kf7-f6 b7-b8Q Kf6-g5 Qb8-g3+
Kg5-f6 Qg3-g4 Kf6-e5 Qc8-e6+) +M11} Qf7+ {(Qg6-f7+ Qd5-d7 Qf7-f4+
Kc7-c8 Qf4-f8+ Qd7-d8 Qf8-g8 b7-b8Q Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kh8-g7 Qb8-e5+ Kg7-h7
c6-c7 Kh7-g6 c7-c8Q Kg6-f7 Qc8-g4 Kf7-f8 Qe5-f4+) -M10} 102. Qd7
{(Qd5-d7 Qf7-f4+ Kc7-c8 Qf4-f8+ Qd7-d8 Qf8-g8 b7-b8Q Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kh8-g7
Qb8-e5+ Kg7-h7 c6-c7 Kh7-g6 c7-c8Q Kg6-f7 Qc8-g4 Kf7-f8 Qe5-f4+)
+M10} Qf4+ {(Qf7-f4+ Kc7-c8 Qf4-f8+ Qd7-d8 Qf8-g8 b7-b8Q Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8
Kh8-g7 Qb8-e5+ Kg7-h7 c6-c7 Kh7-g6 c7-c8Q Kg6-f7 Qc8-g4 Kf7-f8 Qe5-f4+)
-M9} 103. Kc8 {(Kc7-c8 Qf4-f8+ Qd7-d8 Kh8-g7 b7-b8Q Kg7-g8 Qd8xf8+
Kg8xf8 Qb8-b7 Kf8-g8 Qb7-d7 Kg8-f8 Kc8-b7 Kf8-g8 c6-c7 Kg8-f8 c7-c8Q+)
+M9} Qf8+ {(Qf4-f8+ Qd7-d8 Kh8-g8 b7-b8Q Qf8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kg8-g7
Qb8-f4 Kg7-h7 c6-c7 Kh7-h8 c7-c8Q Kh8-g7 Qf4-g5+ Kg7-f7 Qc8-f5+)
-M8} 104. Qd8 {(Qd7-d8 Qf8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kh8-g7 b7-b8Q Kg7-f7 c6-c7 Kf7-f6
c7-c8Q Kf6-g5 Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) +M8} Kg8
{(Kh8-g8 b7-b8Q Qf8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kg8-g7 c6-c7 Kg7-g6 c7-c8Q Kg6-g5 Qb8-e5+
Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) -M7} 105. b8=Q {(b7-b8Q Qf8xd8+
Kc8xd8 Kg8-g7 c6-c7 Kg7-g6 c7-c8Q Kg6-g5 Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6
Qh3-h5+) +M7} Qxd8+ {(Qf8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kg8-f7 c6-c7 Kf7-f6 c7-c8Q
Kf6-g5 Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) -M6} 106. Kxd8 {(Kc8xd8
Kg8-g7 c6-c7 Kg7-g6 c7-c8Q Kg6-g5 Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+)
+M6} Kf7 {(Kg8-f7 c6-c7 Kf7-f6 c7-c8Q Kf6-g5 Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+
Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) -M5} 107. c7 {(c6-c7 Kf7-f6 c7-c8Q Kf6-g5 Qb8-e5+
Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) +M5} Kg6 {(Kf7-g6 c7-c8Q Kg6-g5
Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) -M4} 108. c8=Q {(c7-c8Q Kg6-g5
Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) +M4} Kg5 {(Kg6-g5 Qb8-e5+
Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) -M3} 109. Qe5+ {(Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6
Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) +M3} Kh6 {(Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+)
-M2} 110. Qh3+ {(Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) +M2} Kg6 {(Kh6-g6
Qh3-h5+) -M1} 111. Qhh5# {(Qh3-h5+) +M1} 1-0

TheARBChessSys
01-12-2015, 11:19 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPPJONmL9M4

TheARBChessSys
26-05-2016, 01:29 AM
The A.R.B Chess System - Complete Links + 2016 Onwards :)

An opening system developed by Anthony.R.Brown more than 30 years ago as a response to the growing strength of Chess engines
The apparently passive system gives the programs a FALSE! initial space advantage by allowing them to push center pawns Etc.

The A.R.B Chess System Official Site :)
https://www.youtube.com/user/COMPUTERSTOPBUILD/videos

The A.R.B Chess System is the First & Only Chess System in the History of Chess to play (6)
Pawns first in the Opening before any Main Pieces are played :)
Whether playing White or Black...

The Six Pawns for White or Black (Reversed) are Moved forward by one rank only,
Except if there is a Need to Block a Check or Stop a Piece being Captured Etc.

The Move Order is One of the Most important things concerning how the First Six Pawns are Played!

Below Playing for White is how the System plays the first Six Pawn Moves in Move Order Preference...

1. e3 (Most Moves!) 2. d3 (Most Moves!) 3. h3 (Most Moves!) 4. a3 (Most Moves!)
5. g3 (Most Moves!) 6. (Most Moves!) b3

And Below Playing for Black is how the System plays the first Six Pawn Moves in Move Order Preference...

1. (Most Moves!) e6 2. (Most Moves!) d6 3. (Most Moves!) h6 4. (Most Moves!) a6
5. (Most Moves!) g6 6. (Most Moves!) b6

Other strategies are characterized by closing the center, no or delayed castling , and provoking other early pawn advances by the programs,
yielding in long term weaknesses.


Stockfish ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The A.R.B Chess System - 1st Officially Published Game - New In Chess Yearbook 115
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXMkxMurvS4

All Chess Engines Make The Same Mistakes! - The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDnJJYqCtHw

Will Stockfish 6 Learn ? - The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vk7eDMbV-zg

Stockfish 6 Chess Program Crushed!! - Using The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwgH96wrN2o

Stockfish 5 The No.1 Chess Program Stronger Than Deep Blue +
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjBp3n3ths8

The A.R.B Chess System v Stockfish 5 Chess Program CRUSHED!! Round 2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2Q8NvLdiEk

Stockfish 5 Chess Program DRAWS! Round 1 v The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNa4IZJ9-lo

Stockfish (5 +) (2014 +) No.1 And It's Free! :) The A.R.B Chess System Knows! :)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ev6UwoQvmIc

Stockfish No.1 It's Senseless to Buy a Chess Program!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUA-pGc-Y8s

Komodo ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Stockfish Destroys! Komodo by (8) Points! The True TCEC 9
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyCv7aiPGyw

Komodo's Famous Blunder! 8. Nxf7 ??? :) 28.03.2016
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CuwHTdDdLmU

ChessBase Endorse Fritz 15 Banned Chess Programmer + Komodo 9 + TCEC 8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPPJONmL9M4

TCEC 8 - SCAM! - Super Final - Game 22 - Move 64 - TRUE! Win!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tphf0p--GE

TCEC - SCAM! - Thoresen Chess Engines Competition ???
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfeRSq3ihwk

Komodo 8 FALSE! Propaganda
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxsORZ8rcLA

Komodo Chess Program Crushed!! 2 - Using The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6h44k2pZVg

Komodo Chess Program Crushed!! - Using The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v74y2Pv7HUo

Chess Problems -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The A.R.B Chess System - Chess Problem 30-10-2013
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqY_H1Soy7g

The A.R.B Chess Challenge! - White to Play & Win!? - 22-10-2013
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-o4Ze2s27w

The A.R.B Chess System - Chess Problem 04-10-2013
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zG4DrzgPvcQ

The A.R.B Chess System - Kings & Pawns Game - Challenge!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6A1xd1zSJw

The A.R.B Chess System - End Game - Game 01 - Part 1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ISYkbmZSQM

The A.R.B Chess System - End Game - Game 01 - Part 2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qs6wc0ps3Qo


Chess Demonstrations Proofs --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The A.R.B Chess System Finally Gets Recognition! - Rybkaforum
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mny8j6QN9HE

The A.R.B Chess System - Silicon Proof!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iynl0C6-WbI

The A.R.B Chess System - Advanced Main Line 18 Moves
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xn2YStZlvDY

The A.R.B Chess System v The Hippopotamus Defence - Differences
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RidiladKJVw

BISHOPS v KNIGHTS The A.R.B Chess System ANSWER!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gYqQPS1T0Y

QUEEN v ROOKS The A.R.B Chess System ANSWER!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dvlb8ttAPv4

Other Chess Scams -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Chess.com SCAM!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnKC6TNufy0


Chess Sites Defeated Shown up ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Hiarcs.net Defeated! - By The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oerf6TLS5IY

TalkChess.com Defeated! - By The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDX4fZbKo_A


Other Chess –---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Carlsen Will DESTROY! Anand - World Chess Championship 2013
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYOMgIT-KzE

Houdini Chess Program Crushed!! - Using The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1fVAALg7tc


Other Interests –----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

GO

The A.R.B GO System + AlphaGo v Lee Sedol - Seoul 2016 - Prediction
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MabOjRtU0kA

AlphaGo v Ke Jie + Tianhe-2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhzK2dBa3kE

Table Tennis

The Advanced Response Blade - The Future of Table Tennis Now! - by Anthony.R.Brown
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgclc3ctBJ8

The Advanced Response Blade - The Future of Table Tennis Now! - 2 - by Anthony.R.Brown
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLlBTfcOgeU

TheARBChessSys
10-06-2016, 01:36 AM
http://www.thejoyfulprogrammer.com/qb64/forum/attachment.php?aid=886

TheARBChessSys
09-01-2017, 04:52 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLVgz_taAbY

http://www.thejoyfulprogrammer.com/qb64/forum/attachment.php?aid=984

TheARBChessSys
09-01-2017, 10:32 PM
http://www.thejoyfulprogrammer.com/qb64/forum/attachment.php?aid=985

http://www.thejoyfulprogrammer.com/qb64/forum/attachment.php?aid=986

TheARBChessSys
12-01-2017, 08:29 PM
Some A.R.B Chess System Proof! :)

ARB System "Blindness" of Stockfish 8

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/fishcooking/LVVCE4HzjN4


Here is the pgn of ARB destroying Houdini 3:

[Event "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 01-Short"]
[Date "2013.07.27"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Houdini.Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3000+"]
[Black "Anthony.R.Brown"]
[Black-Elo "?"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Nf3 h6 4. Nc3 a6 5. Bd3 g6 6. O-O b6 7. Be3 Bg7 8. Qd2
Bb7 9. d5 e5 10. a4 Ne7 11. Ne1 g5 12. Bc4 f5 13. f3 f4 14. Bf2 Ng6 15. Qe2
h5 16. a5 Ke7 17. axb6 cxb6 18. Nd3 b5 19. Bb3 Qc8 20. Rad1 g4 21. Kh1 Bf6
22. Rg1 Nd7 23. Rgf1 Qg8 24. Nb4 Kf7 25. Nc6 Nh4 26. Rg1 Re8 27. Qe1 Qg5
28. Nb1 Reg8 29. c4 g3 30. hxg3 fxg3 31. Be3 Qg4 32. Rf1 Nxf3 33. Rxf3 h4
34. Bf2 h3 35. Rxg3 hxg2+ 36. Kxg2 Qh3+ 37. Kf3 Rxg3+ 38. Bxg3 Nc5 39. Qh1
Qxh1+ 40. Rxh1 Rxh1 41. Bc2 Bxc6 42. dxc6 b4 43. c7 Rh8 44. Nd2 Rc8 45. Nb3
Rxc7 46. Ke2 Na4 47. Na5 Nxb2 48. Be1 Nxc4 49. Nxc4 Rxc4 50. Bd3 Rd4 51.
Bf2 Rxd3 52. Kxd3 Bd8 53. Kc4 a5 54. Ba7 Bc7 55. Be3 Kg6 56. Kd5 b3 57. Bc1
a4 58. Kc4 Bb6 59. Kb4 Be3 60. Bb2 Bd4 61. Ka3 Bxb2+ 62. Kxa4 Kg5 63. Kxb3
Bd4 64. Kc4 Kf4 65. Kd3 Ba1 66. Ke2 Kxe4 67. Kd2 d5 68. Kc2 d4 69. Kb1 d3
70. Kc1 Ke3 71. Kd1 e4 72. Ke1 Kf3 73. Kd1 e3 74. Kc1 Kf2 75. Kb1 e2 76.
Kxa1 d2 77. Kb2 d1=Q 78. Kc3 e1=Q+ 79. Kc4 Qe4+ 80. Kc5 Qda4 81. Kb6 Qec6#
0-1


I analysed the game with stockfish 8, and in this position:
4r2r/1b1n1k2/p1Np1b2/1p1Pp1qp/4Pppn/1B3P2/1PP2BPP/1N1RQ1RK b - - 0 28

Now I play Rg8 like ARB does and stockfish scores c4 as +0.85. When I play when ARB played after that stockfish eventually realizes that c4 is -1.56 for black. I try every move that stockfish ranks first and do ARB's attack on the king and get a winning score for black eventually. Yet I am still unsure if Rg8 is the winning move but stockfish 8 cannot find a solution for white to defend.

Stockfish 8 finds the winning move g3 for black after 30 seconds after c4 is played. Its also takes time to find out that black is winning while analysing moves after g3 (in the pgn above) but it eventually finds out. Can someone please take this investigation into further depth by using fishtesting or other analysis strategies to improve stockfish 8?


The game Adam Herwis is referring to above is below...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1fVAALg7tc

TheARBChessSys
18-01-2017, 12:46 AM
Download the .Zip file with all The A.R.B Chess Games from G01 To G07 plus some Extra Analysis Games .pgn's

From the link below...

http://www.thejoyfulprogrammer.com/qb64/forum/showthread.php?tid=544&pid=1645&rndtime=1484663939748303486#pid1645

Enjoy! :)

A.R.B

TheARBChessSys
20-01-2017, 08:41 PM
An opening system developed by Anthony.R.Brown more than 30 years ago as a response to the growing strength of Chess engines
The apparently passive system gives the programs a FALSE! initial space advantage by allowing them to push center pawns Etc.

The A.R.B Chess System Official Site :)
https://www.youtube.com/user/COMPUTERSTOPBUILD/videos

The A.R.B Chess System is the First & Only Chess System in the History of Chess to play (6)
Pawns first in the Opening before any Main Pieces are played :)
Whether playing White or Black...

The Six Pawns for White or Black (Reversed) are Moved forward by one rank only,
Except if there is a Need to Block a Check or Stop a Piece being Captured Etc.

The Move Order is One of the Most important things concerning how the First Six Pawns are Played!

Below Playing for White is how the System plays the first Six Pawn Moves in Move Order Preference...

1. e3 (Most Moves!) 2. d3 (Most Moves!) 3. h3 (Most Moves!) 4. a3 (Most Moves!)
5. g3 (Most Moves!) 6. (Most Moves!) b3

And Below Playing for Black is how the System plays the first Six Pawn Moves in Move Order Preference...

1. (Most Moves!) e6 2. (Most Moves!) d6 3. (Most Moves!) h6 4. (Most Moves!) a6
5. (Most Moves!) g6 6. (Most Moves!) b6

Other strategies are characterized by closing the center, no or delayed castling , and provoking other early pawn advances by the programs,
yielding in long term weaknesses.


Stockfish ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Stockfish 8 Chess Program Crushed!! - Using The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLVgz_taAbY

Stockfish The No.1 Chess Engine Wins! TCEC 9 - A.R.B :)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BAnaSvSDOig

The A.R.B Chess System - 1st Officially Published Game - New In Chess Yearbook 115
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXMkxMurvS4

All Chess Engines Make The Same Mistakes! - The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDnJJYqCtHw

Will Stockfish 6 Learn ? - The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vk7eDMbV-zg

Stockfish 6 Chess Program Crushed!! - Using The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwgH96wrN2o

Stockfish 5 The No.1 Chess Program Stronger Than Deep Blue +
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjBp3n3ths8

The A.R.B Chess System v Stockfish 5 Chess Program CRUSHED!! Round 2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2Q8NvLdiEk

Stockfish 5 Chess Program DRAWS! Round 1 v The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNa4IZJ9-lo

Stockfish (5 +) (2014 +) No.1 And It's Free! :) The A.R.B Chess System Knows! :)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ev6UwoQvmIc

Stockfish No.1 It's Senseless to Buy a Chess Program!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUA-pGc-Y8s

Komodo ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

TCEC 9 - SCAM! - Stage 3 - Game 1 - TRUE! Win!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JIZalrnvsE

TCEC 9 - SCAM! - Stage 2 - Game 30 - TRUE! Draw!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Vl9lyRSRPE

TCEC 9 - SCAM! - Stage 2 - Game 25 - TRUE! Win!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruTrffBQH0U

Stockfish Destroys! Komodo by (9) Points! The True TCEC 9
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vW8zoyP1sYA

Stockfish Destroys! Komodo by (8) Points! The True TCEC 9
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyCv7aiPGyw

Komodo's Famous Blunder! 8. Nxf7 ??? :) 28.03.2016
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CuwHTdDdLmU

ChessBase Endorse Fritz 15 Banned Chess Programmer + Komodo 9 + TCEC 8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPPJONmL9M4

TCEC 8 - SCAM! - Super Final - Game 22 - Move 64 - TRUE! Win!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tphf0p--GE

TCEC - SCAM! - Thoresen Chess Engines Competition ???
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfeRSq3ihwk

Komodo 8 FALSE! Propaganda
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxsORZ8rcLA

Komodo Chess Program Crushed!! 2 - Using The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q6h44k2pZVg

Komodo Chess Program Crushed!! - Using The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v74y2Pv7HUo

Chess Problems -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The A.R.B Chess System - Chess Problem 30-10-2013
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqY_H1Soy7g

The A.R.B Chess Challenge! - White to Play & Win!? - 22-10-2013
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-o4Ze2s27w

The A.R.B Chess System - Chess Problem 04-10-2013
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zG4DrzgPvcQ

The A.R.B Chess System - Kings & Pawns Game - Challenge!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6A1xd1zSJw

The A.R.B Chess System - End Game - Game 01 - Part 1
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ISYkbmZSQM

The A.R.B Chess System - End Game - Game 01 - Part 2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qs6wc0ps3Qo


Chess Demonstrations Proofs --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The A.R.B Chess System Finally Gets Recognition! - Rybkaforum
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mny8j6QN9HE

The A.R.B Chess System - Silicon Proof!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iynl0C6-WbI

The A.R.B Chess System - Advanced Main Line 18 Moves
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xn2YStZlvDY

The A.R.B Chess System v The Hippopotamus Defence - Differences
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RidiladKJVw

BISHOPS v KNIGHTS The A.R.B Chess System ANSWER!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gYqQPS1T0Y

QUEEN v ROOKS The A.R.B Chess System ANSWER!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dvlb8ttAPv4

Other Chess Scams -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Chess.com SCAM!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnKC6TNufy0


Chess Sites Defeated Shown up ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Hiarcs.net Defeated! - By The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oerf6TLS5IY

TalkChess.com Defeated! - By The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDX4fZbKo_A


Other Chess –---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Carlsen Will DESTROY! Anand - World Chess Championship 2013
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYOMgIT-KzE

Houdini Chess Program Crushed!! - Using The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1fVAALg7tc


Other Interests –----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

GO

The A.R.B GO System + AlphaGo v Lee Sedol - Seoul 2016 - Prediction
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MabOjRtU0kA

AlphaGo v Ke Jie + Tianhe-2
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhzK2dBa3kE

Table Tennis

The Advanced Response Blade - The Future of Table Tennis Now! - by Anthony.R.Brown
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgclc3ctBJ8

The Advanced Response Blade - The Future of Table Tennis Now! - 2 - by Anthony.R.Brown
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLlBTfcOgeU

TheARBChessSys
25-01-2017, 09:33 PM
Stockfish Versions 5/6/7/8 Playing White (3rd Move) Preference v The A.R.B Chess System.

Stockfish 5 (3. Nf3 ...)

Stockfish 6 (3. c4 ...)

Stockfish 7 (3. Bd3 ...)

Stockfish 8 (3. Bd3 ...)

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 {last book move} (3. ?).. h6

3. Bd3 {(Bf1-d3 d6-d5 e4xd5 e6xd5 Ng1-f3 Bf8-d6 O-O Ng8-e7
Rf1-e1 O-O Nf3-h4 Ne7-g6 Nh4-f5 Bc8xf5 Bd3xf5 Nb8-d7
Bc1-e3 Nd7-f6 c2-c3 Rf8-e8 Nb1-d2 a7-a5 Qd1-c2 Ng6-h4
Bf5-h3 h7-h6 g2-g3 Nh4-g6 a2-a4 b7-b6 Nd2-f3 c7-c5
b2-b3 Nf6-e4 Ra1-d1 c5-c4 b3xc4 d5xc4 d4-d5) +0.33}

TheARBChessSys
27-01-2017, 11:04 PM
Below is an updated Post for the above! because I could not Edit it :( + more...

Stockfish Versions 5/6/7/8 Playing White (3rd Move) Preference v The A.R.B Chess System.

Notice! The Computer hardware used for the moves below was much faster and efficient
than when the Original Engines where made, so expect more reliable Results :)
The idea behind the examples is to show the Evolution of the Stockfish Engine, using
different updated Versions and how they look at the positions.

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 {last book move} (3. ?).. (h6 The A.R.B.C.S next move)

Stockfish 5 (3. Nf3 ...)

Stockfish 6 (3. c4 ...)

Stockfish 7 (3. Bd3 ...)

Stockfish 8 (3. Bd3 ...)

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Bd3 {(Bf1-d3 d6-d5 e4xd5 e6xd5 Ng1-f3 Bf8-d6 O-O
Ng8-e7 Rf1-e1 O-O Nf3-h4 Ne7-g6 Nh4-f5 Bc8xf5 Bd3xf5 Nb8-d7 Bc1-e3 Nd7-f6
c2-c3 Rf8-e8 Nb1-d2 a7-a5 Qd1-c2 Ng6-h4 Bf5-h3 h7-h6 g2-g3 Nh4-g6 a2-a4
b7-b6 Nd2-f3 c7-c5 b2-b3 Nf6-e4 Ra1-d1 c5-c4 b3xc4 d5xc4 d4-d5) +0.33}


Stockfish Versions 5/6/7/8 Playing White (4th Move) Preference v The A.R.B Chess System.

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 {last book move} 3. Bd3 h6 (4. ?).. (a6 The A.R.B.C.S next move)

Stockfish 5 (4. Nf3 ...)

Stockfish 6 (4. Nf3 ...)

Stockfish 7 (4. Nf3 ...)

Stockfish 8 (4. Nf3 ...)

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 {(Ng1-f3 Nb8-d7 O-O e6-e5 c2-c4 Ng8-e7
Nb1-c3 Ne7-g6 Bd3-e2 Bf8-e7 Qd1-c2 O-O Rf1-d1 b7-b6 g2-g3 Bc8-b7 Bc1-e3
Rf8-e8 Ra1-c1 a7-a5 d4-d5 Nd7-c5 h2-h4 Bb7-c8 Nf3-e1 Ng6-f8 Be3xc5 b6xc5
b2-b3 Nf8-d7 Ne1-g2 Nd7-f6 Ng2-e3) +0.65}

TheARBChessSys
01-02-2017, 06:01 AM
Stockfish Versions 5/6/7/8 Playing White (5th Move) Preference v The A.R.B Chess System.

Notice! The Computer hardware used for the moves below was much faster and efficient
than when the Original Engines where made, so expect more reliable Results :)
The idea behind the examples is to show the Evolution of the Stockfish Engine, using
different updated Versions and how they look at the positions.

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 {last book move} 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 a6 (5. ?).. (g6 The A.R.B.C.S next move)

Stockfish 5 (5. O-O ...)

Stockfish 6 (5. O-O ...)

Stockfish 7 (5. c4 ...) {Interesting SF-V7 Was known for Pushing Pawns!} :)

Stockfish 8 (5. O-O ...)

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 a6 5. O-O {(O-O Nb8-d7 c2-c4 e6-e5 Bc1-e3 Ng8-e7
d4-d5 Ne7-g6 h2-h3 Bf8-e7 Rf1-e1 O-O Nb1-c3 Nd7-f6 Qd1-d2 Bc8-d7 Ra1-d1 c7-c5 a2-a3
Nf6-h5 Nc3-e2 b7-b5 b2-b4 b5xc4 Bd3xc4 c5xb4 a3xb4 a6-a5 b4-b5 a5-a4) +0.68}

TheARBChessSys
05-02-2017, 07:15 AM
Stockfish Versions 5/6/7/8 Playing White (6th Move) Preference v The A.R.B Chess System.

Notice! The Computer hardware used for the moves below was much faster and efficient
than when the Original Engines where made, so expect more reliable Results :)
The idea behind the examples is to show the Evolution of the Stockfish Engine, using
different updated Versions and how they look at the positions.

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 {last book move} 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 a6 5. O-O g6 (6. ?).. (b6 The A.R.B.C.S next move)

Stockfish 5 (6. Be3 ...)

Stockfish 6 (6. c4 ...)

Stockfish 7 (6. c4 ...)

Stockfish 8 (6. Nb1-d2 ...) / (6. c4 ...)

(6. Nb1-d2 ...)
1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 a6 5. O-O g6 6. Nb1-d2 {(Nb1-d2 Bf8-g7 c2-c3
Ng8-e7 Nd2-c4 Nb8-d7 Nc4-e3 e6-e5 b2-b3 b7-b6 d4xe5 Nd7xe5 Nf3xe5 d6xe5 Qd1-c2
c7-c5 Bc1-b2 O-O Ra1-d1 Qd8-c7 c3-c4 Bc8-b7 Ne3-d5 Ne7xd5 c4xd5 Ra8-d8 Bb2-c3
h6-h5 a2-a3 Bg7-h6 Qc2-e2 Rd8-a8 a3-a4 Kg8-h7 Bd3-c4 Qc7-d6 Qe2-b2) +0.89}

(6. c4 ...)
1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 a6 5. O-O g6 6. c4 {(c2-c4 Bf8-g7 Nb1-c3
e6-e5 Bc1-e3 Ng8-e7 d4xe5 d6xe5 Nc3-d5 O-O h2-h3 Ne7xd5 c4xd5 c7-c6 Bd3-c4
b7-b5 Bc4-b3 Bc8-b7 Qd1-c1 c6xd5 Be3xh6 Nb8-d7 Bh6xg7 Kg8xg7 Bb3xd5 Bb7xd5
e4xd5 Nd7-b6 Nf3xe5 Ra8-c8 Qc1-f4 Nb6xd5 Qf4-d4 Kg7-h8) +0.83}

TheARBChessSys
07-02-2017, 08:54 PM
Below are all the Stockfish Versions 5/6/7/8 Playing White (3rd-4th-5th-6th Move) Preferences v The A.R.B Chess System.

Notice! The Computer hardware used for the moves below was much faster and efficient
than when the Original Engines were made,So expect more reliable Results :)
The idea behind the examples is to show the Evolution of the Stockfish Engine, using
different updated Versions and how they look at the positions.

.................................................. ........................................
3rd...

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 {last book move} (3. ?).. (h6 The A.R.B.C.S next move)

Stockfish 5 (3. Nf3 ...)
Stockfish 6 (3. c4 ...)
Stockfish 7 (3. Bd3 ...)
Stockfish 8 (3. Bd3 ...)

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Bd3 {(Bf1-d3 d6-d5 e4xd5 e6xd5 Ng1-f3 Bf8-d6 O-O
Ng8-e7 Rf1-e1 O-O Nf3-h4 Ne7-g6 Nh4-f5 Bc8xf5 Bd3xf5 Nb8-d7 Bc1-e3 Nd7-f6
c2-c3 Rf8-e8 Nb1-d2 a7-a5 Qd1-c2 Ng6-h4 Bf5-h3 h7-h6 g2-g3 Nh4-g6 a2-a4
b7-b6 Nd2-f3 c7-c5 b2-b3 Nf6-e4 Ra1-d1 c5-c4 b3xc4 d5xc4 d4-d5) +0.33}

.................................................. ........................................
4th...

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 {last book move} 3. Bd3 h6 (4. ?).. (a6 The A.R.B.C.S next move)

Stockfish 5 (4. Nf3 ...)
Stockfish 6 (4. Nf3 ...)
Stockfish 7 (4. Nf3 ...)
Stockfish 8 (4. Nf3 ...)

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 {(Ng1-f3 Nb8-d7 O-O e6-e5 c2-c4 Ng8-e7
Nb1-c3 Ne7-g6 Bd3-e2 Bf8-e7 Qd1-c2 O-O Rf1-d1 b7-b6 g2-g3 Bc8-b7 Bc1-e3
Rf8-e8 Ra1-c1 a7-a5 d4-d5 Nd7-c5 h2-h4 Bb7-c8 Nf3-e1 Ng6-f8 Be3xc5 b6xc5
b2-b3 Nf8-d7 Ne1-g2 Nd7-f6 Ng2-e3) +0.65}

.................................................. ........................................
5th...

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 {last book move} 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 a6 (5. ?).. (g6 The A.R.B.C.S next move)

Stockfish 5 (5. O-O ...)
Stockfish 6 (5. O-O ...)
Stockfish 7 (5. c4 ...) {Interesting SF-V7 Was known for Pushing Pawns!} :)
Stockfish 8 (5. O-O ...)

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 a6 5. O-O {(O-O Nb8-d7 c2-c4 e6-e5 Bc1-e3 Ng8-e7
d4-d5 Ne7-g6 h2-h3 Bf8-e7 Rf1-e1 O-O Nb1-c3 Nd7-f6 Qd1-d2 Bc8-d7 Ra1-d1 c7-c5 a2-a3
Nf6-h5 Nc3-e2 b7-b5 b2-b4 b5xc4 Bd3xc4 c5xb4 a3xb4 a6-a5 b4-b5 a5-a4) +0.68}

.................................................. .................................................. ....
6th...

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 {last book move} 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 a6 5. O-O g6 (6. ?).. (b6 The A.R.B.C.S next move)

Stockfish 5 (6. Be3 ...)
Stockfish 6 (6. c4 ...)
Stockfish 7 (6. c4 ...)
Stockfish 8 (6. Nb1-d2 ...) / (6. c4 ...)

(6. Nb1-d2 ...)
1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 a6 5. O-O g6 6. Nb1-d2 {(Nb1-d2 Bf8-g7 c2-c3
Ng8-e7 Nd2-c4 Nb8-d7 Nc4-e3 e6-e5 b2-b3 b7-b6 d4xe5 Nd7xe5 Nf3xe5 d6xe5 Qd1-c2
c7-c5 Bc1-b2 O-O Ra1-d1 Qd8-c7 c3-c4 Bc8-b7 Ne3-d5 Ne7xd5 c4xd5 Ra8-d8 Bb2-c3
h6-h5 a2-a3 Bg7-h6 Qc2-e2 Rd8-a8 a3-a4 Kg8-h7 Bd3-c4 Qc7-d6 Qe2-b2) +0.89}

(6. c4 ...)
1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 a6 5. O-O g6 6. c4 {(c2-c4 Bf8-g7 Nb1-c3
e6-e5 Bc1-e3 Ng8-e7 d4xe5 d6xe5 Nc3-d5 O-O h2-h3 Ne7xd5 c4xd5 c7-c6 Bd3-c4
b7-b5 Bc4-b3 Bc8-b7 Qd1-c1 c6xd5 Be3xh6 Nb8-d7 Bh6xg7 Kg8xg7 Bb3xd5 Bb7xd5
e4xd5 Nd7-b6 Nf3xe5 Ra8-c8 Qc1-f4 Nb6xd5 Qf4-d4 Kg7-h8) +0.83}

TheARBChessSys
07-02-2017, 08:55 PM
The Position below from the "Stockfish 8 Chess Program Crushed!! - Using The A.R.B Chess System" Game-07...

Is a Deep Combination Stockfish 8 had Calculated if (T.A.R.B.C.S) Played 10... Nd7 ? :) Where SF8 would play 11. Bxd6!!

rn1qk2r/1bp1npb1/pp1pp1pp/8/2NPPB2/2PB1N2/PP3PPP/R2QR1K1 b kq - 6 10

[Event "Stockfish 8 v The A.R.B.C.S - G07 - SF8 Deep Combination 10... Nd7 ? 11. Bxd6"]
[Date "2017.01.08"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8 Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Anthony.R.Brown"]
[Black-Elo "?"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "??"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 a6 5. O-O g6 6. Nbd2 b6 7. c3 Bg7 8. Re1
Bb7 9. Nc4 Ne7 10. Bf4 Nd7 11. Bxd6 cxd6 12. Nxd6+ Kf8 13. Nxb7 Qc7 14. e5
Qxb7 15. Be4 Qc8 16. Bxa8 Qxa8 17. Qa4 Qb7 18. Qa3 Nb8 19. c4 Kg8 20. Rad1
Kh7 21. d5 exd5 22. e6 dxc4 23. exf7 Nf5 24. g4 c3 25. Rd3 Qxf7 26. gxf5
Qxf5 27. Rxc3 Bxc3 28. Qxc3 {+0.95}

TheARBChessSys
03-03-2017, 12:08 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4PJSHEBrDc


http://www.thejoyfulprogrammer.com/qb64/forum/attachment.php?aid=1026

TheARBChessSys
04-03-2017, 12:04 AM
[Event "Stockfish 8 Plays ? The A.R.B Chess System-Short"]
[Date "2017.03.01"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8 Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 8 Chess Program"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System - To Move (10)"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 a6 5. O-O g6 6. Nbd2 b6 7. c3 Bg7 8. Re1
Bb7 9. Nc4 Ne7 10. Bf4 g5 11. Bg3 Ng6 12. d5 e5 13. Nfd2 Nd7 14. Ne3 Bc8
15. f3 Nf6 16. Bf2 h5 17. Bc2 Kf8 18. Rf1 Bd7 19. a4 a5 20. c4 Qc8 21. Qe1
h4 22. Ra3 Bh6 23. Kh1 Rh7 24. Bd1 Nf4 25. Rg1 N6h5 26. Bc2 Bg7 27. Ndf1
Nf6 28. Qd2 N6h5 29. Nf5 Bxf5 30. exf5 Rh8 31. Be4 Qa6 32. b3 Qc8 33. h3
Qd7 34. Ne3 Ke7 35. Qe1 Ra6 36. Bb1 Bf6 37. Kh2 Bg7 38. Rf1 Bf6 39. Ra2
Rha8 40. Ng4 Bg7 41. Be4 Kd8 42. Rc2 Kc8 43. Rg1 Kb7 44. Qd2 Nf6 45. Ra1
Qd8 46. Nxf6 Bxf6 47. Rca2 Kb8 48. Kg1 Kb7 49. Rc2 Kb8 50. Be3 R6a7 51. Re1
Rb7 52. Rb2 Rba7 53. Kh2 Kc8 54. Rbb1 Kb7 55. Kg1 Qd7 56. Bf2 Ra6 57. Red1
Nh5 58. Rb2 Nf4 59. Qc2 Qd8 60. Ra2 Kc8 61. Qd2 Kd7 62. Re1 Ke7 63. Qe3 Qd7
64. Rb2 Kd8 65. Kh2 Ke8 66. Rd1 Ke7 67. Rbd2 Kf8 68. Kg1 Kg7 69. Re1 Rh8
70. Rc1 Re8 71. Rdc2 Raa8 72. Re1 Rh8 73. Rb2 Qc8 74. Rd2 Re8 75. Rc2 Qb7
76. Rec1 Kh7 77. Rd2 Nh5 78. Qd3 Nf4 79. Qb1 Rg8 80. Qb2 Qc8 81. Be3 Nh5
82. Qc2 Ng3 83. Bd3 Kg7 84. Re1 Nh5 85. Be4 Ng3 86. Rdd1 Rh8 87. Ra1 Kf8
88. Bf2 Nh5 89. Reb1 Kg7 90. Qd2 Nf4 91. b4 axb4 92. Rxb4 Kf8 93. Ra3 Qd7
94. Be3 Nh5 95. Kh2 Ng3 96. Qd3 Kg7 97. Bf2 Nh5 98. Qd2 Rhc8 99. Kg1 Kg8
100. Be3 Qd8 101. Rb1 Ng3 102. Rb5 Nh5 103. Bf2 Qd7 104. Rb4 Rcb8 105. Be3
Qe7 106. Qe1 Ra5 107. Bf2 Rba8 108. Kh2 Qd7 109. Bc2 e4 110. fxe4 Be5+ 111.
Kg1 Qe7 112. Qd1 Ng3 113. Be3 Qf6 114. Rd3 Kf8 115. Qg4 Bf4 116. Bxf4 gxf4
117. Rb1 Re8 118. Re1 Rxe4 119. Rxe4 Nxe4 120. Qxf4 Ng3 121. Kf2 c5 122.
Rd1 Ra8 123. Rd3 Re8 124. Re3 Nh5 125. Rxe8+ Kxe8 126. Qf3 Ng3 127. Qe3+
Kd7 128. Kf3 Kd8 129. Bd3 Kd7 130. Be4 Nf1 131. Qe1 Ng3 132. Bd3 Nxf5 133.
Qd2 Nh6+ 134. Qf4 Qc3 135. Qe3 Qf6+ 136. Qf4 Qc3 137. Qe3 Qf6+ 138. Qf4
{3-fold repetition} 1/2-1/2


[Event "Stockfish 8 Plays ? The A.R.B Chess System-Analysis"]
[Date "2017.03.01"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8 Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 8 Chess Program"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System - To Move (10)"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 {last book move} 3.Bd3 h6 {Consolidates g5} 4. Nf3 a6
{Secures b5} 5. O-O g6 6. Nbd2 b6 7. c3 Bg7 8. Re1 Bb7 {Black is behind in development.}
9. Nc4 Ne7 10. Bf4 g5 (10... O-O 11. Qd2 Kh7 12. Bg3 $14) 11. Bg3 $16 Ng6
12. d5 {White gains space} e5 13. Nfd2 Nd7 14. Ne3 Bc8 15. f3 Nf6 16. Bf2 h5 17. Bc2 Kf8
18. Rf1 Bd7 19. a4 a5 20. c4 Qc8 21. Qe1 h4 {This push gains space} 22. Ra3 Bh6 23. Kh1 Rh7
24. Bd1 Nf4 25. Rg1 N6h5 26. Bc2 Bg7 27. Ndf1 Nf6 28. Qd2 N6h5 29. Nf5 Bxf5 30. exf5 Rh8 31.
Be4 {A sound move} Qa6 32. b3 Qc8 33. h3 Qd7 34. Ne3 Ke7 35. Qe1 Ra6 36. Bb1 Bf6 37. Kh2 Bg7
38. Rf1 Bf6 39. Ra2 Rha8 40. Ng4 {A comfortable square for the white knight} Bg7 41. Be4 Kd8
42. Rc2 Kc8 43. Rg1 Kb7 44. Qd2 Nf6 45. Ra1 Qd8 46. Nxf6 Bxf6 {The bishop blocks f5}
47. Rca2 Kb8 48. Kg1 Kb7 49. Rc2 Kb8 50. Be3 R6a7 51. Re1 Rb7 52. Rb2 Rba7 53. Kh2 Kc8
54. Rbb1 Kb7 55. Kg1 Qd7 56. Bf2 Ra6 57. Red1 Nh5 58. Rb2 Nf4 59. Qc2 Qd8 60. Ra2 Kc8
61. Qd2 Kd7 62. Re1 Ke7 63. Qe3 Qd7 64. Rb2 Kd8 65. Kh2 Ke8 66. Rd1 Ke7 67. Rbd2 Kf8
68. Kg1 Kg7 69. Re1 Rh8 70. Rc1 Re8 71. Rdc2 Raa8 72. Re1 Rh8 73. Rb2 Qc8 74. Rd2 Re8
75. Rc2 Qb7 76. Rec1 Kh7 77. Rd2 Nh5 78. Qd3 Nf4 79. Qb1 Rg8 80. Qb2 Qc8 81. Be3 Nh5
82. Qc2 Ng3 83. Bd3 Kg7 84. Re1 Nh5 85. Be4 {The bishop feels good on e4} Ng3 86. Rdd1 Rh8
87. Ra1 Kf8 88. Bf2 Nh5 89. Reb1 Kg7 90. Qd2 Nf4 91. b4 axb4 92. Rxb4 Kf8 93. Ra3 Qd7
94. Be3 Nh5 95. Kh2 ({Not} 95. Bxg5 Bxg5 96. Qxg5 Qe7 $15) 95... Ng3 96. Qd3 Kg7 97. Bf2 Nh5
98. Qd2 Rhc8 99. Kg1 Kg8 100. Be3 Qd8 101. Rb1 Ng3 102. Rb5 Nh5 103. Bf2 Qd7 104. Rb4 Rcb8
105. Be3 Qe7 106. Qe1 Ra5 107. Bf2 Rba8 108. Kh2 Qd7 {The pressure on the isolated pawn grows}
109. Bc2 e4 110. fxe4 ({Less advisable is} 110. Bxe4 Rxa4 111. Rbxa4 Rxa4 $17) 110... Be5+ {
The bishop likes it on e5} 111. Kg1 Qe7 112. Qd1 Ng3 113. Be3 Qf6 114. Rd3 Kf8
(114... Nxe4 115. c5 Nxc5 116. Bxg5 Qxf5 117. Rg3 Qxc2 118. Bxh4+ (118. Qxc2 $6
hxg3 119. Rh4 Rxa4 120. Qh7+ Kf8 121. Bh6+ Ke7 122. Bg5+ Kf8 123. Bh6+ Ke7 124.
Bg5+ Kf8 $11) 118... Qg6 119. Rxg6+ fxg6 120. Qc2 $18) 115. Qg4 Bf4 116. Bxf4
gxf4 117. Rb1 Re8 118. Re1 Rxe4 (118... Nxe4 $2 119. Rdd1 Ng5 120. Rxe8+ Kxe8
121. Qxf4 $18) 119. Rxe4 Nxe4 120. Qxf4 Ng3 {Menacing} 121. Kf2 c5 (121... Nxf5
$4 {the pawn is indigestible} 122. Re3 $18 {Clearance to allow c2-f5}) 122. Rd1
Ra8 123. Rd3 Re8 (123... Nxf5 $4 {the pawn must be left alone, otherwise Black will be punished}
124. Rd1 $18) 124. Re3 Nh5 125. Rxe8+ Kxe8 126. Qf3 Ng3 127. Qe3+ Kd7 128. Kf3 Kd8 129. Bd3
Kd7 ({Worse is} 129... Nxf5 130. Qf4 Nd4+ 131. Kg4 $18) 130. Be4 Nf1 131. Qe1
Ng3 132. Bd3 Nxf5 133. Qd2 Nh6+ 134. Qf4 Qc3 135. Qe3 Qf6+ 136. Qf4 Qc3 137.
Qe3 Qf6+ 138. Qf4 {3-fold repetition} 1/2-1/2

TheARBChessSys
05-03-2017, 04:15 AM
Move (10) Black to play …

rn1qk2r/1bp1npb1/pp1pp1pp/8/2NPPB2/2PB1N2/PP3PPP/R2QR1K1 b kq - 6 10

Stockfish 8 wants to play (10)... O-O with a Score of -0.70 For Black ?

The A.R.B Chess System plays {The Very Important} (10)… g5 with a Score of -0.90 For Black :)

The idea behind (10)… g5 is to Stop White playing f4 ... after White plays d5 where Black plays e5 which is a (Long Term Strategic) plan beyond an Engines calculation in the position!


Below shows the Reason why Stockfish's Evaluation for Move (10)... O-O with a Score of -0.70 For Black ? is Wrong!!

[Event "Stockfish 8 Plays ? The A.R.B Chess System - Stockfish 8 Move (10)"]
[Date "2017.03.01"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8 Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 8 Chess Program"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System - To Move (9)"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1-0"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 a6 5. O-O g6 6. Nbd2 b6 7. c3 Bg7 8. Re1
Bb7 9. Nc4 Ne7 10. Bf4 O-O 11. Qd2 g5 12. Bg3 Ng6 13. e5 Bxf3 14. exd6 cxd6
15. Bxg6 fxg6 16. gxf3 d5 17. Ne5 Qe8 18. Qe2 Bxe5 19. Qxe5 Kf7 20. Qe2 Nc6
21. f4 g4 22. Qxg4 h5 23. Qh3 Qd7 24. Bh4 Rae8 25. Re3 Ne7 26. Bxe7 Kxe7
27. Qg3 Rf6 28. Kh1 b5 29. Rae1 Ref8 30. Re5 Rxf4 31. Qxg6 R8f6 32. Qxh5
Rxf2 33. Kg1 Rxb2 34. Qh4 Qc8 35. Qg3 Rbf2 36. Rxe6+ Rxe6 37. Rxe6+ Qxe6
38. Kxf2 Qf5+ 39. Ke3 Kd7 40. Qe5 Qh3+ 41. Kd2 Qg2+ 42. Qe2 Qg6 43. Kc1 Kc7
44. Kb2 Kb6 45. Qe5 Kc6 46. h4 a5 47. Qe7 Qg2+ 48. Ka3 Qf1 49. Qc5+ Kb7 50.
Qxd5+ {(Qc5xd5+ Kb7-c7 Qd5-c5+ Kc7-b7 Qc5-e7+ Kb7-a6 Qe7-d6+ Ka6-b7 Qd6-d7+
Kb7-b6 Qd7-e6+ Kb6-b7 Qe6-e3 Qf1-b1 Qe3-d2 Qb1-f5 Qd2-g2+ Kb7-b6 Ka3-b2
Qf5-f4 Qg2-g6+ Kb6-c7 Qg6-g5 Qf4-f2+ Kb2-a3 b5-b4+ Ka3-b3 b4xc3 Qg5xa5+
Kc7-b8 Qa5-b4+ Kb8-a8 Qb4-a3+ Ka8-b7 Qa3-e7+ Kb7-c8 Qe7-c5+ Kc8-b8 Qc5xc3
Qf2xh4 a2-a4 Qh4-e4 Kb3-a3 Kb8-b7 Qc3-c4 Kb7-b6 Qc4-b5+ Kb6-a7 Qb5-c5+
Ka7-a6 Qc5-d6+ Ka6-b7 Ka3-b4) +2.31 } 1-0

Agent Smith
19-03-2017, 11:53 AM
At the risk of waking up our mate...there's a good laugh here where he takes on the Talkchess crew,
who actually have some time to analyse his claims.
They offer him to play Houdini online under controlled circumstances. ARB declines .

Should be called the Figjam opening.

He's likely played 40 since the inception of this thread. He just hasn't WON another one.

Ok so you won't play Houdini on my system, so how about Crafty?

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3.c4! Anthony.R.Brown resigns 1-0...
This is _exactly_ why I want him to play a game. I can't find an engine book that would allow this opening to happen
http://www.talkchess.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=48818

TheARBChessSys
21-03-2017, 08:08 AM
At the risk of waking up our mate...there's a good laugh here where he takes on the Talkchess crew,
who actually have some time to analyse his claims.
They offer him to play Houdini online under controlled circumstances. ARB declines .


http://www.talkchess.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=48818


I Had a Good laugh here! :)

Better you look at the Video to get the TRUTH! about that Bogus Chess Site Forum ??? ...

TalkChess.com Defeated! - By The A.R.B Chess System


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDX4fZbKo_A

TheARBChessSys
21-03-2017, 08:22 AM
At the risk of waking up our mate...there's a good laugh here where he takes on the Talkchess crew,
who actually have some time to analyse his claims.
They offer him to play Houdini online under controlled circumstances. ARB declines .
http://www.talkchess.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=48818

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3.c4! Anthony.R.Brown resigns 1-0...
This is _exactly_ why I want him to play a game. I can't find an engine book that would allow this opening to happen
http://www.talkchess.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=48818


And just to Rub! it in :) below is an A.R.B.C.S Game where 1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3.c4! is Played! :)


[Event "The A.R.B Chess System-Game 06-Analysis"]
[Date "2015.04.08"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 6 Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3300+"]
[Black "Anthony.R.Brown"]
[Black-Elo "?"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]

1. d4 e6 2. Nf3 {last book move} d6 3. c4 h6 {Covers g5} 4. e4 a6 5. Nc3 g6 6. Be2 b6 7. O-O Bg7 8. Be3 Ne7
{Black should quickly conclude development.} 9. Qd2 Bb7 10. d5 e5 11. b4 Nd7 12. c5 Bc8 13. c6 Nf6 14. Qd1 Ng4
15. Bd2 f5 16. Ne1 Nf6 17. f3 f4 18. Nd3 g5 19. Nf2 h5 20. Be1 Ng6 21. a4 Kf7 22. Rb1 Qg8 23. Rb2 Qh7 24. Nd3 g4
{Black undermines the pawn chain} 25. Qc1 Bh6 26. Qb1 (26. Bd1 g3 27. Bb3 gxh2+ 28. Kxh2 h4 $15) 26... Bg5
$11 27. Qc2 Qh6 28. b5 {White gains space} (28. Qd1 gxf3 29. Bxf3 Ng4 $11) 28... a5 $11 29. Nd1 (29. Bd1 $5 $11)
29... Kg7 $15 30. Qb1 Bh4 31. Bd2 (31. Bxh4 Nxh4 32. Nc3 Qg5 $17) 31... g3 $19 32. h3 Ng4 33. Bc3 Nh2 34. Kh1 Bf6
35. Ne1 Qg5 36. Qc2 $2 (36. Bc4 $142 $19) 36... Qh4 37. Bd3 Bxh3 38. gxh3 Qxh3 39. Qg2 Qxg2+ 40. Kxg2 Nxf1 41. Bxf1 h4
42. Kh3 Nf8 43. Kg2 $2 (43. Rd2 Nh7 44. Nb2 Ng5+ 45. Kg2 h3+ 46. Kg1 Kf7 $19) 43... h3+ 44. Kg1 (44. Kh1 {does not win a prize}
Ng6 45. Nd3 Rh5 $19) 44... Ng6 45. Rd2 (45. Nf2 {cannot undo what has already been done} gxf2+ 46. Rxf2 Bh4 $19) 45... Rag8 46.
Nb2 (46. Nf2 {hoping against hope} gxf2+ 47. Rxf2 $19) 46... Kf7 47. Nbd3 (47. Nc4 {does not save the day} g2 48. Bxg2 Nh4
49. Bxa5 bxa5 $19 (49... Rxg2+ 50. Rxg2 Nxg2 51. Nxg2 $17)) 47... g2 48. Nxg2 (48. Rxg2 {hardly improves anything} hxg2
49. Nxg2 Nh4 $19) 48... Nh4 49. Nde1 Rg3 50. Rf2 (50. Bb2 {a fruitless try to alter the course of the game} Nxf3+ 51. Nxf3 Rxf3 $19
(51... hxg2 $6 {is easily refuted} 52. Bxg2 Ke7 53. Kf1 $11)) 50... hxg2 51. Bxg2 (51. Rxg2 {cannot change destiny} Nxf3+ 52. Nxf3 Rxf3
53. Bxa5 bxa5 $19) 51... Nxg2 52. Rxg2 (52. Nxg2 {does not solve anything} Rhh3 53. Bxa5 bxa5 $19) 52... Rgh3 53. Kf1 Bh4
54. Ke2 (54. Nd3 {there is nothing else anyway} Rxf3+ 55. Ke2 Re3+ 56. Kd2 Rxe4 57. Re2 Rxa4 58. Kc2 Ra2+ 59. Bb2 $19)
54... Bxe1 55. Bxe1 Rh2 56. Rxh2 Rxh2+ 57. Bf2 Rh1 58. Be1 Ke7 (58... Ke8 59. Bf2 Ra1 60. Be1 Rxa4 61. Bd2 Ra2 62. Ke1 Rxd2
63. Kxd2 Kf7 64. Kc1 Kg6 65. Kb2 Kh5 66. Kc3 a4 67. Kb2 Kh4 68. Kb1 Kg3 69. Kc1 a3 70. Kb1 Kxf3 71. Ka1 Ke2 72. Kb1 Kd2
73. Ka1 Kc3 74. Kb1 f3 75. Ka1 f2 76. Kb1 f1=Q+ 77. Ka2 Qxb5 78. Ka1 Qb2#) 59. Kd2 Rh2+ 60. Kc3 Ke8 (60... Rh3 61. Kd3 Rxf3+
62. Ke2 Re3+ 63. Kf2 Kd8 64. Bd2 Ra3 65. Be1 Kc8 66. Bd2 Rxa4 67. Be1 Rxe4 68. Bd2 Rd4 69. Be1 Rd1 70. Bc3 Rc1 71. Bd2 Rc2
72. Ke2 e4 73. Kd1 Rxd2+ 74. Kxd2 a4 75. Kc1 f3 76. Kd2 a3 77. Kc3 f2 78. Kb3 f1=Q 79. Kxa3 Qb1 80. Ka4 e3 81. Ka3 e2 82. Ka4 Qa2+
83. Kb4 e1=Q#) 61. Kc4 Rh3 62. Bf2 Kd8 63. Be1 Rxf3 64. Bh4+ (64. Bd2 {is not much help} Ra3 65. Be1 Rxa4+ 66. Kc3 Rd4 67. Bf2 f3
68. Kc2 Rxe4 69. Kb3 Re2 70. Bh4+ Kc8 71. Bg3 f2 72. Bxf2 Rxf2 73. Kc4 a4 74. Kb4 e4 75. Kc3 a3 76. Kd4 Re2 77. Kc3 a2 78. Kc4 a1=Q
79. Kb3 Rb2+ 80. Kc4 Qc1+ 81. Kd4 Rb4#) 64... Kc8 65. Be7 (65. Be1 {does not help much} Re3 66. Bf2 Rxe4+ 67. Kb3 Rb4+ 68. Ka2 e4
69. Be1 e3 70. Bxb4 axb4 71. a5 bxa5 72. b6 f3 73. b7+ Kb8 74. Ka1 f2 75. Kb1 e2 76. Ka1 e1=Q+ 77. Ka2 f1=Q 78. Kb3 Qb1+ 79. Ka4 Qa2#)
65... Re3 66. Bh4 (66. Bg5 {is no salvation} Rxe4+ 67. Kd3 Rxa4 68. Bh4 Rd4+ 69. Kc2 f3 70. Be1 a4 71. Kc3 Re4 72. Bg3 Re2 73. Kb4 f2
74. Bxf2 Rxf2 75. Ka3 e4 76. Kb4 Rf3 77. Kc4 Rd3 78. Kb4 a3 79. Kc4 a2 80. Kb4 a1=Q 81. Kc4 Qc3#) 66... Rxe4+ 67. Kd3 Rxa4 68. Be1
(68. Bg5 {Not much help} Rd4+ 69. Ke2 Rxd5 70. Bh4 a4 71. Be1 a3 72. Bc3 Rc5 73. Kd2 Rxc3 74. Kxc3 f3 75. Kc4 a2 76. Kd3 e4+ 77. Kd2 f2
78. Ke2 e3 79. Kd1 a1=Q+ 80. Kc2 f1=Q 81. Kb3 Qxb5+ 82. Kc2 Qbb1#) 68... e4+ 69. Ke2 (69. Kd2 {doesn't change the outcome of the game}
Ra2+ 70. Kc3 f3 71. Kd4 f2 72. Bxf2 Rxf2 73. Kxe4 a4 74. Kd3 Rb2 75. Ke4 a3 76. Kd3 a2 77. Ke4 a1=Q 78. Ke3 Rb3+ 79. Kf4 Qe5+
80. Kg4 Rg3+ 81. Kh4 Qg5#) 69... Ra2+ 70. Kf1 e3 71. Bc3 Rc2 72. Bd4 Rd2 73. Bf6 f3 74. Kg1 f2+ 75. Kg2 Rd1 76. Bg5
(76. Kf3 {does not improve anything} f1=Q+ 77. Ke4 Qxf6 78. Kxe3 Qf5 79. Ke2 Qf1+ 80. Ke3 Rd3+ 81. Ke4 Qf3#) 76... f1=Q+
77. Kg3 Rd2 78. Kg4 (78. Kh4 {doesn't help} Rg2 79. Kh5 Qf5 80. Kh6 Qxg5+ 81. Kh7 Rh2#) 78... Rg2+ 79. Kh5 Qf5 80. Kh6 Qxg5+
81. Kh7 Qg7# (81... Rh2#) *

TheARBChessSys
01-05-2017, 03:31 AM
Martin Thoresen's open letter to the community from last year.

Open letter to the TCEC community
From TCEC founder Martin Thoresen

Hello,
I sit here 1 week after the Rapid event came to a conclusion in the on-going Season 9 of TCEC with many thoughts racing through my head and I don't know how to let it all out. So I figured I would write my first ever open letter to the community that has been a part of me for so many years.

To start off, I will give you some background information regarding how TCEC came to be.

I was a part of the CCRL engine rating list group in the mid-to-late 2000s. However, I got tired of the concept and instead took a break. After a while, in June 2010, I returned and started broadcasting some longer time control games that people could watch online. It was a very basic and crude platform, mostly consisting of the built-in live feature of the older Fritz GUI. Then I started working on my own website, and with the help of Paolo Casaschi (the author of pgn4web) I managed to put together a site that was quite decent. At that time I used ChessGUI to run the games. The website got tweaked and/or redesigned several times during the next Seasons and the core of the current website is still the same - the pgn4web framework. With the help of Jeremy Bernstein I could replace ChessGUI with his fork of cutechess-cli and that's what still in use today.

My sister Marit was responsible for the Facebook page and she was constantly posting updates and replying to questions there. I also bought parts for a new server, a dual Xeon 2689, assembled it and used it for several Seasons, not having to rely on a 3rd party.

At the end of Season 4, now this is when I was approached by Anton Mihailov of Chessdom and we agreed to a cooperation - they would publish articles, promote the event and basically be a long-term partner. This was in effect from Season 5 and Season 6. After Season 6 concluded I was having some personal problems and was basically fed up with the whole thing at that point, mostly due to all the bullshit going on in the chat, especially with the constant "scam", "conspiracy" and "rigged" comments hurting me badly. Anton always believed in TCEC and he asked me if we could agree on a transfer of TCEC rights, including the name, the chatwing account, the tcec-chess.net domain and the Facebook page, to Chessdom. We came to an agreement and so that's what happened. I was going to teach some other person/admin to take the technical responsibilities, and then I'd be out for good. This never happened. Anton never managed to get someone else. I have no idea why, or if it was ever meant to be in the first place. So we agreed that I would be the man behind the scenes for Season 7. The same would apply to Season 8. And now Season 9.

Being roughly my own age, Anton struck me as a person willing to take a leap of faith, to gamble a bit in order to get what he wanted. It was obvious to me from all our communication that he wanted TCEC to succeed in one way or another. But during the years, there has been very little structure, a lack of planning and basically everything has happened in the last minute. This was not how I did things. I planned ahead, gave plenty of information to the community so that they could keep up to date on any situation.

I don't know how to run a business. But I do know that in today's society, communication is key. You can't just sit around doing nothing when you receive income from ads and donations, support packages and pretend that everything is fine. This will crush your name and your reputation.

This is what I feel has happened now. I have tried my best to get Anton to publish something, anything, about the situation we are in. Yet nothing. I don't know if the Superfinal of Season 9 will happen. I don't know if Season 10 will happen. What I do know, is that the TCEC name has lost tremendous value and credibility. This is what hurts me personally.

I should have never agreed on a transfer. But I can't undo the past. I have to live with my choices.

My point is that I want to extend a formal apology to anyone reading this, for how things have turned out. Thanks for believing in me.

-Martin

TheARBChessSys
01-05-2017, 03:32 AM
Below are some of the TCEC SCAM! Highlights from One Season to the Next,there were many more SCAM! Examples Posted on various sites regarding Bogus games Etc.

TCEC 9 - SCAM! - Stage 3 - Game 1 - TRUE! Win!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JIZalrnvsE

TCEC 9 - SCAM! - Stage 2 - Game 30 - TRUE! Draw!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Vl9lyRSRPE

TCEC 9 - SCAM! - Stage 2 - Game 25 - TRUE! Win!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ruTrffBQH0U

Stockfish Destroys! Komodo by (9) Points! The True TCEC 9
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vW8zoyP1sYA

Stockfish Destroys! Komodo by (8) Points! The True TCEC 9
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyCv7aiPGyw

Komodo's Famous Blunder! 8. Nxf7 ??? :) 28.03.2016
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CuwHTdDdLmU

ChessBase Endorse Fritz 15 Banned Chess Programmer + Komodo 9 + TCEC 8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wPPJONmL9M4

TCEC 8 - SCAM! - Super Final - Game 22 - Move 64 - TRUE! Win!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1tphf0p--GE

TCEC - SCAM! - Thoresen Chess Engines Competition ???
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfeRSq3ihwk

Komodo 8 FALSE! Propaganda
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxsORZ8rcLA

TheARBChessSys
01-05-2017, 06:31 AM
Below is the Start of a Series of Games Etc. to Show how the TCEC SCAM! Evolved from Season (7) Onwards.

Komodo 8 FALSE! Propaganda...

Komodo 8 keep trying to push their Chess Engine as being the Best ???

But Experts in the Chess Computer World know that Stockfish 5 is No.1 :)

Below is how Komodo 8 got as far as it has/did In the TCEC Season 7 :(


Komodo 8 First FREE! Win Point
[White "Komodo 1318"] [Black "Naum 4.6"] [Event "TCEC Season 7 - Stage 2"]
[Date "2014.11.02"] [Round "8"] [TerminationDetails "Black disconnects"] ??? :(

Komodo 8 Second FREE! Win Point
[White "Critter 1.6a"][Black "Komodo 1324"] [Event "TCEC Season 7 - Stage 3"]
[Date "2014.11.24"] [Round "19"] [TerminationDetails "White's connection stalls"] ??? :(


[Event "TCEC Season 7 - Stage 2"]
[Site "http://tcec.chessdom.com"]
[Date "2014.11.02"]
[Round "8"]
[White "Komodo 1318"]
[Black "Naum 4.6"]
[Result "1-0"]
[BlackElo "3074"]
[ECO "D30"]
[EventDate "2014.10.24"]
[GameDuration "01:04:43"]
[Opening "QGD: 3.Nf3 Nf6"]
[PlyCount "7"]
[Termination "abandoned"]
[TerminationDetails "Black disconnects"]
[TimeControl "7200+30"]
[WhiteElo "3230"]

{ WhiteEngineOptions: Protocol=UCI; Hash=16384; Table Memory=256; Threads=16; Use Syzygy=false; OwnBook=false; Ponder=false;, BlackEngineOptions: Protocol=UCI; Hash=1024; MaxThreads=16; OwnBook=false; Ponder=false; }
1. d4 { d=25, pd=d5, mt=00:01:53, tl=01:58:36, s=15031 kN/s, n=1712503125, pv=d4 d5 c4 c6 cxd5 cxd5 Nf3 Nc6 Nc3 a6 Qb3 Nf6 Bf4 Bf5 Qxb7 Na5 Qc7 Qxc7 Bxc7 Nc4 b3 Na3 Rc1 e6 Ba5 Nc2+ Kd2 Na3 e3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.20, }
Nf6 { d=25, pd=Nf3, mt=00:05:25, tl=01:55:04, s=20062 kN/s, n=6521868347, pv=Nf6 Nf3 d5 c4 e6 e3 Nc6 Nc3 Be7 Bd3 O-O O-O Nb4 Be2 c5 h3 h6 Bd2 cxd4 exd4 dxc4 Bxc4 Qb6 a3 Nbd5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.17, }
2. c4 { d=26, pd=e6, mt=00:02:38, tl=01:56:27, s=15683 kN/s, n=2482800169, pv=c4 e6 Nc3 Bb4 Bd2 b6 e3 O-O Bd3 Bb7 f3 d5 cxd5 Nxd5 Nge2 Nxc3 bxc3 Bd6 Ng3 Qh4 O-O Bxg3 hxg3 Qxg3 Qe1 Qxe1 Raxe1 h6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.18, }
e6 { d=24, pd=Nc3, mt=00:05:13, tl=01:50:20, s=23036 kN/s, n=7187153588, pv=e6 Nc3 d5 Nf3 Nc6 g3 Bd6 c5 Be7 Bf4 Nh5 Be3 b6 Bg2 O-O O-O Nf6 cxb6 axb6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.16, }
3. Nf3 { d=26, pd=d5, mt=00:02:08, tl=01:54:49, s=17075 kN/s, n=2191530993, pv=Nf3 d5 Bg5 dxc4 Nc3 c5 e3 cxd4 exd4 Be7 Bxc4 O-O O-O Nc6 a3 h6 Bf4 a6 Rc1 b5 d5 exd5 Bxd5 Nxd5 Nxd5 Be6 Nc7 Qxd1, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.20, }
d5 { d=25, pd=Nc3, mt=00:06:56, tl=01:43:54, s=24128 kN/s, n=10047511463, pv=d5 Nc3 Be7 g3 O-O Bg2 c5 dxc5 Bxc5 cxd5 exd5 O-O Nc6 Bg5 Be6 Rc1 Be7 Bf4 Qb6 Ne5 Rfd8 Na4 Qb5 Nd3 Rac8, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.24, }
4. Bg5 { d=27, pd=Be7, mt=00:06:57, tl=01:48:21, s=18510 kN/s, n=7733281972, pv=Bg5 Be7 e3 h6 Bxf6 Bxf6 Nc3 O-O Rc1 c6 Bd3 Nd7 O-O dxc4 Bxc4 e5 Ne4 exd4 Nxf6+ Nxf6 Nxd4 Qe7 Qb3 c5 Ne2 b6 f3 Bd7 Rfd1 Rad8 e4 Be6 Bxe6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.18,, Black disconnects }
1-0


[Event "TCEC Season 7 - Stage 3"]
[Site "http://tcec.chessdom.com"]
[Date "2014.11.24"]
[Round "19"]
[White "Critter 1.6a"]
[Black "Komodo 1324"]
[Result "0-1"]
[BlackElo "3219"]
[ECO "C11"]
[EventDate "2014.11.10"]
[GameDuration "04:17:19"]
[Opening "French: Steinitz, 5.Nf3 c5 6.dxc5"]
[PlyCount "106"]
[TerminationDetails "White's connection stalls"]
[TimeControl "7200+30"]
[WhiteElo "3094"]

{ WhiteEngineOptions: Protocol=UCI; Hash=8192; Threads=16; Split Depth=12; OwnBook=false; Ponder=false;, BlackEngineOptions: Protocol=UCI; Hash=16384; Table Memory=256; Threads=16; Drawscore=-5; Use Syzygy=false; OwnBook=false; Ponder=false; }
1. e4 { book } e6 { book } 2. d4 { book } d5 { book } 3. Nc3 { book }
Nf6 { book } 4. e5 { book } Nfd7 { book } 5. Nf3 { book } c5 { book }
6. dxc5 { book } Nc6 { book } 7. Bf4 { book } Bxc5 { book } 8. Bd3 { book }
f6 { book }
9. exf6 { d=23, pd=Nxf6, mt=00:03:29, tl=02:01:00, s=15806 kN/s, n=3298411714, pv=exf6 Nxf6 O-O O-O Qd2 a6 Rad1 b5 h3 Bd7 Bh2 Qe7 Rfe1 Rac8 a3 Ba7 Kh1 h6 Ne5 Nxe5 Bxe5 Bc6 Bg6 Be8 Bd3 Bb6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=-0.07, }
Nxf6 { d=25, pd=Na4, mt=00:02:20, tl=02:02:09, s=15346 kN/s, n=2151964571, pv=Nxf6 Na4 Bd6 Bxd6 Qxd6 O-O e5 c4 d4 Qb3 Qe7 Rfe1 O-O Qb5 Bd7 Nc5 Rab8 h3 Be8 Bf5 Nd8 Qb4 Nc6 Qb5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.10, }
10. O-O { d=24, pd=O-O, mt=00:05:22, tl=01:56:08, s=19420 kN/s, n=6253832916, pv=O-O O-O Na4 Bd6 Bxd6 Qxd6 c4 Ng4 Bxh7+ Kxh7 Ng5+ Kg6 Qxg4 Qf4 Qxf4 Rxf4 Nf3 Rxc4 b3 Rc2 Ne1 Re2 Nc3 Rd2 Nf3 Rc2 Nb5 Bd7 Rfc1 Rxc1+ Rxc1 Rc8 Nd6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=-0.10, }
a6 { d=26, pd=Ne5, mt=00:06:50, tl=01:55:49, s=18483 kN/s, n=7580257724, pv=a6 Ne5 Nxe5 Bxe5 O-O Qf3 g6 Qh3 Bd6 Qg3 Bxe5 Qxe5 Qb6 Na4 Qc6 Nc3 Nd7 Qg5 Qb6 Bxg6 hxg6 Qxg6+ Kh8 Qh6+ Kg8 Qg6+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.10, }
11. Ne2 { d=24, pd=O-O, mt=00:03:28, tl=01:53:10, s=17681 kN/s, n=3687529745, pv=Ne2 O-O c4 Nb4 cxd5 Nxd3 Qxd3 Qxd5 Rad1 Qxd3 Rxd3 Bd7 Ned4 Rad8 Rc1 Ne4 Be5 Rc8 Rf1 Nf6 Rfd1 Ne4 a3 Ba7 Re1 Nc5 Rc3 h6 Bd6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.09, }
O-O { d=27, pd=c4, mt=00:03:29, tl=01:52:50, s=20113 kN/s, n=4207289338, pv=O-O c4 Nb4 Nc3 b6 Na4 Nxd3 Qxd3 Be7 Nc3 dxc4 Qxc4 b5 Qe2 Qb6 Rfd1 Bb7 Be3 Bxf3 Qxf3 Bc5 Bxc5 Qxc5 Rac1 Qb6 Qe2 Rad8 Rxd8 Rxd8 Ne4 e5 Qf3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.14, }
12. c4 { d=24, pd=Nb4, mt=00:04:29, tl=01:49:10, s=19600 kN/s, n=5278881894, pv=c4 Nb4 cxd5 Nxd3 Qxd3 Qxd5 Rad1 Qxd3 Rxd3 Bd7 Ned4 Rad8 Rc1 Bb6 Bd6 Rfe8 Be5 Ba4 h3 Rd5 b3 Bb5 Rdd1 Ne4 Re1 Bd3 Re3 Rxe5 Rxd3 Rd5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.07, }
Nb4 { d=27, pd=cxd5, mt=00:02:54, tl=01:50:25, s=20439 kN/s, n=3566995041, pv=Nb4 cxd5 Nxd3 Qxd3 Qxd5 Qc2 Qf5 Qc1 b6 Ng3 Qd3 Rd1 Qb5 Be3 Bb7 Bxc5 bxc5 a4 Qb4 Ne5 Rac8 Nd3 Qb6 a5 Qc6 f3 c4 Nf2 c3 Qc2 Nd5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.10, }
13. cxd5 { d=24, pd=Nxd3, mt=00:03:52, tl=01:45:48, s=20362 kN/s, n=4736373556, pv=cxd5 Nxd3 Qxd3 Qxd5 Rad1 Qxd3 Rxd3 Bd7 Ned4 Rad8 Rc1 Bb6 Bd6 Rfe8 Be5 Ba4 h3 h6 Rd2 Nd5 Bg3 Re7 Re2 Bd7 Bd6 Ree8 b3 Ba7, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.10, }
exd5 { d=29, pd=Rc1, mt=00:09:06, tl=01:41:49, s=20919 kN/s, n=11424609062, pv=exd5 Rc1 Nxd3 Qxd3 b6 Be3 Qd6 Bf4 Qd7 Be3 Qd6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.10, }
14. Rc1 { d=25, pd=Nxd3, mt=00:02:27, tl=01:43:50, s=17187 kN/s, n=2535251383, pv=Rc1 Nxd3 Qxd3 b6 Be3 Qd6 Rfe1 Re8 Ned4 Bd7 Nf5 Qf8 h3 Bb5 Qb3 Bd7 Qd3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Nxd3 { d=29, pd=Qxd3, mt=00:03:17, tl=01:39:02, s=21022 kN/s, n=4142642918, pv=Nxd3 Qxd3 b6 Rfe1 a5 Nc3 Ba6 Qd1 Ne4 Be3 Nxc3 bxc3 Qd6 Qd2 Rae8 Bd4 Re4 Bxc5 Rxe1+ Rxe1 bxc5 Ne5 a4 f4 d4 g3 d3 c4 Qd4+ Re3 Bxc4 Nxc4 Qxc4 Rxd3 Re8, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.10, }
15. Qxd3 { d=22, pd=b6, mt=00:00:00, tl=01:44:20, s=9828 kN/s, n=157250, pv=Qxd3 b6 Be3 Qd6 Rfe1 Re8 Ned4 Bd7 Nf5 Qf8 h3 Bb5 Qb3 Bd7 Qd3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
b6 { d=27, pd=Nc3, mt=00:02:11, tl=01:37:21, s=20982 kN/s, n=2749226969, pv=b6 Nc3 a5 Rfe1 Ba6 Qd1 Ne4 Be3 Nxc3 bxc3 Qd6 Qa4 Rf5 Bxc5 bxc5 Re3 Rf4 Qc2 Raf8 Rce1 Bc8 Re5 R4f5 Re8 Rxe8 Rxe8+ Rf8 Rxf8+ Qxf8 Qa4 Bf5 Qxa5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.15, }
16. Be3 { d=25, pd=Qd6, mt=00:02:29, tl=01:42:21, s=19165 kN/s, n=2857045394, pv=Be3 Qd6 Rfe1 Re8 Bf4 Qf8 Nc3 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Bb7 h3 Re8 Rxe8 Qxe8 Be3 Qe7 a3 h6 b4 Bxe3 fxe3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.08, }
Qd6 { d=27, pd=Rfe1, mt=00:01:27, tl=01:36:24, s=21021 kN/s, n=1831527117, pv=Qd6 Rfe1 Bg4 Bf4 Qd7 Ne5 Qb5 Nc3 Qxb2 Bg3 Rae8 Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 Kg8 a4 Qf5 Qa2+ Qf7 Qc2 Qf5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.09, }
17. Rfe1 { d=25, pd=Re8, mt=00:03:06, tl=01:39:45, s=19264 kN/s, n=3594920646, pv=Rfe1 Re8 Bf4 Qd7 Nc3 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Bb7 Be3 Re8 Re2 Qd6 h3 Bb4 a3 Bxc3 Qxc3 Ne4 Qd4 Re6 Nd2 a5 Nxe4 Rxe4 Qd3 d4 Re1 Qd5, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.07, }
Bg4 { d=30, pd=Bf4, mt=00:02:51, tl=01:34:03, s=22211 kN/s, n=3799362630, pv=Bg4 Bf4 Qd7 Ne5 Qb5 Nc3 Qxb2 Bg3 Rae8 Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qe4 Qxf6 Qc2 Qf7 h3 Kg8 a4 Qf5 Qd2 Qf7 Qc2, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.09, }
18. Bf4 { d=26, pd=Qd7, mt=00:07:36, tl=01:32:38, s=20052 kN/s, n=9161252980, pv=Bf4 Qd7 Ne5 Qb5 Nc3 Qxb2 Bg3 Rae8 Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qe5 Qxe5 Bxe5 gxf6 Bf4 Rd8 g3 Kg7 Kg2 Rd3 Re6 Ra3 Re2 Rd3 Re1 Ra3 Re2, tb=0, R50=48, wv=0.00, }
Qd7 { d=31, pd=Ne5, mt=00:02:00, tl=01:32:32, s=22918 kN/s, n=2763742835, pv=Qd7 Ne5 Qb5 Nc3 Qxb2 Bg3 Rae8 Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qe4 Qxf6 Qc2 Qf5 Qd2 Kg8 h3 Qf7 Qc2 Qd5 Rd1 Qf5 Qc4+ Kh8 Qe2 b5 Rd2 Qb1+ Rd1 Qf5, tb=0, R50=48, wv=0.09, }
19. Ne5 { d=25, pd=Qb5, mt=00:01:55, tl=01:31:12, s=19933 kN/s, n=2308974976, pv=Ne5 Qb5 h3 Bh5 Ng3 Bg6 Qxb5 axb5 a3 Ng4 Nxg4 Rxf4 Ne2 Rc4 Nc3 b4 axb4 Rxb4 Nxd5 Rxb2 Ne7+ Kh8 Nxg6+ hxg6 Rb1 Rba2 Kf1 Kg8 Re2 Kf8 Ne5 Rxe2 Kxe2 Ra2+ Kd3 Bxf2 Nxg6+ Kf7, tb=0, R50=47, wv=0.08, }
Qb5 { d=32, pd=Nc3, mt=00:04:26, tl=01:28:36, s=23904 kN/s, n=6363305072, pv=Qb5 Nc3 Qxb2 Bg3 Rae8 Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Rf1 Qxf6 Qc4 a5 h3 Qf7 Qc2 Kg8 Rd1 Qf5 Qb3+ Qf7 Qc2, tb=0, R50=47, wv=0.09, }
20. Bg3 { d=25, pd=Qxb2, mt=00:02:12, tl=01:29:29, s=19720 kN/s, n=2621666058, pv=Bg3 Qxb2 Nc3 Rae8 Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qe5 Qxe5 Bxe5 gxf6 Bf4 Rd8 Kf1 Kg7 Be3 Bxe3 Rxe3 Rd2 Re2 Rd1+ Re1 Rd2 Re2, tb=0, R50=46, wv=0.00, }
Qxb2 { d=31, pd=Nc3, mt=00:04:02, tl=01:25:04, s=24197 kN/s, n=5864642699, pv=Qxb2 Nc3 Rac8 Nxd5 Be6 Nc4 Qb5 Nc7 Rxc7 Bxc7 Ng4 Rxe6 Nxf2 Qd5 Nh3+ Kh1 Nf2+ Kg1, tb=0, R50=46, wv=0.09, }
21. Nc3 { d=26, pd=Rae8, mt=00:02:23, tl=01:27:35, s=21040 kN/s, n=3028121817, pv=Nc3 Rae8 Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qe5 Qxe5 Rxe5 gxf6 Rd5 Re8 Kf1 Kg7 Bf4 Kg6 g3 h5 Rd2 a5 Kg2 Re4 Bd6 Re1 Bxc5 bxc5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Rae8 { d=33, pd=Rb1, mt=00:05:26, tl=01:20:07, s=25035 kN/s, n=8181469121, pv=Rae8 Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qe2 b5 Qc2 Qf5 Qxf5 Rxf5 Re8+ Rf8 Re6 Rf6 Re8+ Rf8, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.09, }
22. Rb1 { d=27, pd=Qa3, mt=00:02:00, tl=01:26:05, s=20008 kN/s, n=2402859897, pv=Rb1 Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 a5 Re2 Rf7 Re5 Qf6 Re2 Qf5, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.00, }
Qa3 { d=34, pd=Nxg4, mt=00:02:24, tl=01:18:13, s=24305 kN/s, n=3504256894, pv=Qa3 Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Rd1 Qxf6 Kh1 Qf5 Qd2 h6 h3 b5 Re1 Qg6 Kh2 Rf6 Re5 Bd6 Rd5 Bxg3+ fxg3 Kh7 Rd8 Re6 Rd7 Qf5 Qc3 Qg6 Qd4 Qf6 Qd2 Qg6 Qc3 Qf6 Qc2+ Qg6, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.09, }
23. Nxg4 { d=27, pd=Rxe1+, mt=00:01:48, tl=01:24:47, s=19940 kN/s, n=2159953278, pv=Nxg4 Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Qf6 Qc2, tb=0, R50=48, wv=0.00, }
Rxe1+ { d=36, pd=Rxe1, mt=00:03:56, tl=01:14:46, s=25500 kN/s, n=6030505843, pv=Rxe1+ Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Rd1 Qxf6 Qd2 Qg6 Kh1 h6 h3 Kh7 Qe2 b5 Kh2 Re8 Qf3 Rf8 Qe2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.09, }
24. Rxe1 { d=26, pd=Nxg4, mt=00:00:00, tl=01:25:17, s=0 kN/s, n=2051, pv=Rxe1 Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Qf6 Qc2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Nxg4 { d=35, pd=Qxd5+, mt=00:02:55, tl=01:12:20, s=24402 kN/s, n=4293684711, pv=Nxg4 Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qe6 Qxf6 Qe2 h6 Rd1 Qg6 Qxa6 Qc2 Rf1 Kh7 h3 Rd8 Qb7 Qf5 a4 Rd3 Qc7 Rd2 Qc6 Rd3 Qc7, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.07, }
25. Qxd5+ { d=29, pd=Kh8, mt=00:01:52, tl=01:23:55, s=20209 kN/s, n=2248879530, pv=Qxd5+ Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Qf6 Qc2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Kh8 { d=33, pd=Ne4, mt=00:00:57, tl=01:11:53, s=24312 kN/s, n=1406008157, pv=Kh8 Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 Rd8 Kh1 Bb4 Rc1 Ba3 Re1 Bb4, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.07, }
26. Ne4 { d=31, pd=Nf6, mt=00:03:01, tl=01:21:23, s=20811 kN/s, n=3786963632, pv=Ne4 Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Qf6 Qc2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Nf6 { d=34, pd=Nxf6, mt=00:02:12, tl=01:10:10, s=24567 kN/s, n=3266167589, pv=Nf6 Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Kh7 Re5 Qg6 Kh2 Bd6 Re3 Bf4 Bxf4 Rxf4 Re5 Rf5 Rxf5 Qxf5 g4 Qf3 Qc2+ Kg8 Qc8+ Kh7 Qc2+, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.07, }
27. Nxf6 { d=29, pd=Qc3, mt=00:00:02, tl=01:21:50, s=20205 kN/s, n=53767195, pv=Nxf6 Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Qf6 Qc2, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.00, }
Qc3 { d=34, pd=Qd1, mt=00:01:25, tl=01:09:14, s=24312 kN/s, n=2081149423, pv=Qc3 Qd1 Qxf6 Qe2 h6 h3 Rd8 Qc2 Qd4 Qg6 Qf6 Re8+ Rxe8 Qxe8+ Kh7 Qe2 Qg6 Be5 Qe6 Qd3+ Kg8 Qd8+ Bf8 Bc3 Qc6 Be5 b5 f4 Qc4 a3 Qc1+ Kh2 Qxa3 Qd5+ Kh7 Qe4+ Kg8 Qd5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.07, }
28. Qd1 { d=29, pd=Qxf6, mt=00:01:59, tl=01:20:20, s=20279 kN/s, n=2409899869, pv=Qd1 Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Qf6 Qc2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Qxf6 { d=32, pd=Qc2, mt=00:00:54, tl=01:08:49, s=24433 kN/s, n=1336370840, pv=Qxf6 Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Kh7 Re5 Qg6 Kh2 Bd6 Re3 Bxg3+ Rxg3 Qe4 a4 Rf6 Rg4 Qf5 f3 Qe5+ Kg1 Qc5+ Kh1 Rd6 Qe2 Rd4 Rxd4 Qxd4 Qxa6 Qd1+ Kh2 Qd6+ Kg1 Qd4+ Kf1 Qa1+ Kf2 Qd4+ Kg3 Qe5+ Kf2 Qc5+, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.07, }
29. Qc2 { d=28, pd=h6, mt=00:01:48, tl=01:19:02, s=20958 kN/s, n=2267719735, pv=Qc2 h6 h3 Qf5 Qd2 Qf6 Qc2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Rd8 { d=33, pd=Qc4, mt=00:03:45, tl=01:05:34, s=25130 kN/s, n=5665282646, pv=Rd8 Qc4 h6 Qxa6 Rd2 Qa8+ Kh7 Qe4+ Kh8 Qe8+ Kh7 Qe4+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.07, }
30. h3 { d=25, pd=h6, mt=00:01:38, tl=01:17:54, s=17561 kN/s, n=1721698994, pv=h3 h6 Kh2 Qd4 Re3 Qd5 Rf3 a5 a4 Kg8 Qg6 Qg5 Qe6+ Kh7 Rf7 Qg6 Qa2 Rd3 Ra7 Qf5 Qc4 Rd2 Qc3 Rd7 Rxd7 Qxd7 Be5 Qxa4 Qd3+ Kh8 Qd8+ Kh7 Qc7, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.00, }
Qg6 { d=33, pd=Qxg6, mt=00:01:35, tl=01:04:28, s=25871 kN/s, n=2474845970, pv=Qg6 Qxg6 hxg6 Bf4 Kg8 Kf1 Kf7 Be3 Rd5 Rc1 g5 Ke2 Re5 Kd3 Rd5+ Ke4 Ke6 Rc2 Re5+ Kf3 Kf6 Rc1 Ke6 Rc2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.07, }
31. Qxg6 { d=27, pd=hxg6, mt=00:01:42, tl=01:16:42, s=18723 kN/s, n=1915721404, pv=Qxg6 hxg6 Bf4 Rf8 Be3 Bxe3 Rxe3 Rc8 Rb3 Rc6 Kf1 Kh7 Ke1 g5 Kd2 Kg6 a4 Kf5 Rd3 Ke6 Rd4 Rc5 Kd3 b5 Re4+ Kd6 axb5 axb5 Kd2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.15, }
hxg6 { d=31, pd=Bf4, mt=00:00:48, tl=01:04:10, s=27103 kN/s, n=1304459746, pv=hxg6 Bf4 Kg8 Kf1 Rd3 Rc1 Ra3 Rc2 Kf7 g3 Bd4 Kg2 b5 Bc1 Ra4 Kf3 Ke6 h4 Rc4 Re2+ Kd5 Be3 Bc3 Bf4 Bf6 Rd2+ Rd4 Rc2 Rc4 Rd2+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.04, }
32. Bf4 { d=29, pd=Rd5, mt=00:02:11, tl=01:15:00, s=20911 kN/s, n=2750683500, pv=Bf4 Rd5 h4 Kg8 Kf1 Kf7 Rc1 a5 Ke2 b5 Rc3 b4 Rc4 Be7 Be3 Rd7 Rf4+ Bf6 g4 Ke6 g5 Bc3 Kf3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.10, }
Rd5 { d=32, pd=Re2, mt=00:02:06, tl=01:02:33, s=28859 kN/s, n=3658056165, pv=Rd5 Re2 g5 Be3 Bxe3 fxe3 Ra5 Kf2 Kh7 Rc2 b5 Ke2 Kg6 Kf3 Ra4 Rc6+ Kf7 Rc7+ Ke6 Rc6+ Kd5 Rg6 Ke5 Rxg7 Kf6 Rb7 Rxa2 g4 Ke5 Re7+ Kf6 Rb7, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.02, }
33. h4 { d=29, pd=Kg8, mt=00:02:40, tl=01:12:50, s=19588 kN/s, n=3138958884, pv=h4 Kg8 g3 Kf7 Kg2 b5 Rc1 a5 Kf3 Ke6 Re1+ Kf7 Re2 b4 Rc2 Ke6 Ke2 a4 Be3 Kd6 Bxc5+ Rxc5 Rxc5 Kxc5 Kd3 Kd5 g4 Kc5 f3 Kd5 f4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kc3 Ke4, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.07, }
Kg8 { d=34, pd=g3, mt=00:01:40, tl=01:01:23, s=27437 kN/s, n=2755246625, pv=Kg8 g3 Kf7 Kg2 b5 Rc1 Ke6 Kf3 a5 Re1+ Kf7 Rc1 b4 Be3 Bxe3 Rc7+ Kf6 Rc6+ Kf7 Kxe3 Re5+ Kf3 Rd5 Rc7+ Kf6 Rc6+ Kf7, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.02, }
34. g3 { d=30, pd=Kf7, mt=00:02:30, tl=01:10:50, s=20349 kN/s, n=3058433391, pv=g3 Kf7 Rc1 b5 Kf1 a5 Ke2 Ke6 Rc2 b4 Rc4 Kf7 Be3 Bxe3 Kxe3 g5 hxg5 Rxg5 Kd4 Rg4+ Kd3 Rg5 Ke4 Rg4+ Kd5 Rg5+ Kc6 Re5 Rc5 Re6+ Kd5 Rf6 Kc4 Rxf2 Rxa5 Rg2 Kxb4 Rxg3 Ra7+ Ke6 a4 g5 a5 g4 a6 Rd3 Kc4 Rf3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.07, }
Kf7 { d=34, pd=Kg2, mt=00:01:42, tl=01:00:10, s=28776 kN/s, n=2952955930, pv=Kf7 Kg2 b5 Kf3 Rd3+ Ke4 Rd4+ Kf3 Rc4 Rc1 Kf6 Rxc4 bxc4 Be3 Bxe3 Kxe3 Kf5 f3 Ke5 a4 Kd5 g4 Kc5 Kd2 Kd4 g5 Ke5 Kc3 Kd5 Kc2 Kd4 Kd2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.02, }
35. Rc1 { d=29, pd=b5, mt=00:01:30, tl=01:09:49, s=19384 kN/s, n=1732354913, pv=Rc1 b5 Kg2 a5 Kf3 Ke6 Re1+ Kf7 Re5 Rxe5 Bxe5 a4 Ke2 b4 f3 Bf8 Kd3 Ke6 Bd4 Kd5 f4 a3 Be5 Kc5 Kc2 Kc4 g4 Kd5 Kb3 Ke4 Kc4 Kf3 h5 gxh5 gxh5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.06, }
b5 { d=34, pd=Kg2, mt=00:03:06, tl=00:57:34, s=28420 kN/s, n=5296425891, pv=b5 Kg2 a5 Kf3 b4 Be3 Bxe3 Kxe3 Re5+ Kd3 Rd5+ Ke3, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.02, }
36. Kg2 { d=30, pd=a5, mt=00:01:46, tl=01:08:33, s=20373 kN/s, n=2175058146, pv=Kg2 a5 Kf3 Ke6 Re1+ Kf7 Rb1 b4 Rc1 Ke6 Ke2 Rf5 Rc2 Kd5 Be3 Bxe3 fxe3 Kd6 Rc8 g5 g4 Re5 h5 Rc5 Rg8 Rc7 Kd2 Kc6 Re8 a4 Re6+ Kd5 Ra6 a3 Ra5+ Rc5 Rxc5+ Kxc5 e4, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.05, }
a5 { d=33, pd=Kf3, mt=00:00:44, tl=00:57:19, s=28817 kN/s, n=1285783055, pv=a5 Kf3 b4 Be3 Bxe3 Kxe3 Re5+ Kd3 Rd5+ Ke3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.02, }
37. Kf3 { d=29, pd=b4, mt=00:01:35, tl=01:07:27, s=19764 kN/s, n=1895731316, pv=Kf3 b4 Be3 Bxe3 Rc7+ Kf6 Rc6+ Kf7 Kxe3 Re5+ Kf3 Rf5+ Kg2 Re5 Ra6 g5 hxg5 Rxg5 Kf3 Re5 Kg4 g6 f3 Rc5 Kf4 Kg7 Ke4 Rc4+ Ke5 Rc3 Rxa5 Rxf3 Ra7+ Kh6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.01, }
b4 { d=34, pd=Be3, mt=00:02:56, tl=00:54:53, s=28532 kN/s, n=5040029898, pv=b4 Be3 Bxe3 Kxe3 Re5+ Kd3 Rd5+ Ke3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.02, }
38. Be3 { d=29, pd=Bxe3, mt=00:01:26, tl=01:06:30, s=19686 kN/s, n=1686023433, pv=Be3 Bxe3 Rc7+ Kf6 Rc6+ Kf7 Kxe3 Re5+ Kf3 Rf5+ Kg2 g5 Rc7+ Kf6 hxg5+ Rxg5 Rc6+ Kf7 Ra6 Rf5 Ra7+ Kf6 f3 g6 Ra6+ Kg7 f4 Rc5 Ra7+ Kh6 Kh3 Rh5+ Kg4 Rc5 Ra8 Kg7 Ra6 Kf7 Kh3 Rb5 Kh4 Rc5 Kg4 Kg7 Ra7+ Kh6, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Bxe3 { d=33, pd=Kxe3, mt=00:01:09, tl=00:54:13, s=29541 kN/s, n=2062297802, pv=Bxe3 Kxe3 Re5+ Kd3 Rd5+ Ke3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.02, }
39. Rc7+ { d=32, pd=Kf6, mt=00:01:38, tl=01:05:21, s=17899 kN/s, n=1771919873, pv=Rc7+ Kf6 Rc6+ Ke7 Kxe3 Re5+ Kf3 g5 hxg5 Rf5+ Ke3 Re5+ Kd3 Rd5+ Kc2 Rxg5 Kd2 Rd5+ Ke2 g5 Ra6 Rc5 Kd1 Kd7 f3 Kc7 Kd2 Kb7 Re6 Rf5 Ke3 Rc5 Kd2, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Kf6 { d=33, pd=Kxe3, mt=00:01:54, tl=00:52:48, s=29407 kN/s, n=3378774455, pv=Kf6 Kxe3 Re5+ Kf3 Rf5+ Ke3 Re5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.02, }
40. Rc6+ { d=32, pd=Ke7, mt=00:01:34, tl=01:04:17, s=19123 kN/s, n=1791697478, pv=Rc6+ Ke7 Kxe3 Re5+ Kf3 Rf5+ Ke2 g5 Rc7+ Kf6 hxg5+ Rxg5 Rc6+ Kf7 Ke3 Re5+ Kd3 Rd5+ Ke2 Rg5, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.00, }
Kf7 { d=34, pd=fxe3, mt=00:02:20, tl=00:50:58, s=29458 kN/s, n=4129633839, pv=Kf7 fxe3 Rd2 a3 b3 a4 b2 Rb6 Rc2 e4 Rd2 Ke3 Rg2 Kd4 Rc2 Rb7+ Ke6 Rb6+ Kf7, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.02, }
41. Kxe3 { d=32, pd=Rd1, mt=00:01:42, tl=01:03:04, s=20510 kN/s, n=2106019676, pv=Kxe3 Rd1 Rc7+ Kg8 Rc8+ Kh7 Rc2 Rb1 Kd2 a4 Rc1 Rb2+ Rc2 Rb1, tb=0, R50=48, wv=0.00, }
Rd1 { d=29, pd=Rc7+, mt=00:01:50, tl=00:49:37, s=30643 kN/s, n=3386453225, pv=Rd1 Rc7+ Kf6 Rc6+ Kf7, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.01, }
42. Rc7+ { d=32, pd=Kg8, mt=00:01:23, tl=01:02:10, s=19285 kN/s, n=1603953626, pv=Rc7+ Kg8 Rc8+ Kh7 Rc2 Rb1 Kd2 a4 Rc1 Rb2+ Rc2 Rb1, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Kg8 { d=30, pd=Rc2, mt=00:01:37, tl=00:48:30, s=31762 kN/s, n=3095396324, pv=Kg8 Rc2 Rb1 Kd4 Kh7 Rc5 a4 Ra5 a3 Kc4 Rb2 f4 Rxa2 Kxb4 Rg2 Rxa3 Kh6 Kc5 Kh5 Kd6 Kg4 Ke6 Rxg3 Rxg3+ Kxg3 Kf7 Kxf4 Kxg6 Kg4 h5 Kh4 Kxg7 Kxh5 Kf7 Kg5 Ke6 Kh4, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.00, }
43. Rc8+ { d=34, pd=Kh7, mt=00:01:32, tl=01:01:08, s=20014 kN/s, n=1848742835, pv=Rc8+ Kh7 Rc2 Rb1 Kd2 a4 Rc1 Rb2+ Rc2 Rb1, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.00, }
Kh7 { d=33, pd=Rc2, mt=00:02:37, tl=00:46:23, s=32463 kN/s, n=5101338486, pv=Kh7 Rc2 Rb1 f3 a4 Rc7 a3 Ra7 Rb2 Rb7 Kh6 Kf4 Rxa2 Rxb4 Re2 Rb8 Kh7 Ra8 a2 Ra6 Kh6 Ra8 Kh7, tb=0, R50=48, wv=0.01, }
44. Rc2 { d=35, pd=Rb1, mt=00:01:26, tl=01:00:11, s=20196 kN/s, n=1735552734, pv=Rc2 Rb1 Kd2 a4 Rc1 Rb2+ Rc2 Rb1, tb=0, R50=48, wv=0.00, }
Rb1 { d=33, pd=f3, mt=00:02:11, tl=00:44:41, s=33427 kN/s, n=4400813514, pv=Rb1 f3 a4 Rc5 a3 Ra5 Ra1 Ra4 Rxa2 Rxb4 Rc2 Ra4 a2 Ra5 Rg2 g4 Rb2 Kd4 Rf2 Ke3 Rh2 Kd4 Rd2+ Ke3 Rc2 Ke4 Kh6 Kd4 Rb2 Ke3 Rc2 Kd4, tb=0, R50=47, wv=0.01, }
45. Kd2 { d=37, pd=a4, mt=00:01:37, tl=00:59:04, s=19968 kN/s, n=1942903667, pv=Kd2 a4 Rc1 Rb2+ Rc2 Rb1, tb=0, R50=47, wv=0.00, }
a4 { d=36, pd=Rc1, mt=00:03:16, tl=00:41:55, s=34602 kN/s, n=6785401246, pv=a4 Rc1 Rxc1 Kxc1 Kh6 f3 g5 hxg5+ Kxg5 Kd2 Kf5 Kd3 Ke5 Kc4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc4 Ke4 Kc3 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke3 g6 Ke4 Kg4 Ke5 Kf3 f5 gxf5 Kxf5 Ke3 Kg6 Kf4 Kf7 Ke5 Kg6 Ke6 Kg5 Kd7 Kf4 Kc7, tb=0, R50=46, wv=0.00, }
46. Rc1 { d=38, pd=Rb2+, mt=00:01:46, tl=00:57:48, s=18289 kN/s, n=1930561792, pv=Rc1 Rb2+ Rc2 Rb1, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Rxc1 { d=35, pd=Kxc1, mt=00:00:39, tl=00:41:46, s=40407 kN/s, n=1582284682, pv=Rxc1 Kxc1 Kh6 f3 g5 hxg5+ Kxg5 Kc2 Kf5 Kd3 Ke5 Kc4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc3 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke4 Kf2 Kf5 Kf3 Kg5 Ke2 Kg4 Kf2 Kf5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.01, }
47. Kxc1 { d=37, pd=Kh6, mt=00:00:28, tl=00:57:50, s=17076 kN/s, n=470436662, pv=Kxc1 Kh6 Kc2 g5 hxg5+ Kxg5 f3 Kf5 Kd3 Ke5 Kc4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc2 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke4 g6 f5 gxf5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Kh6 { d=38, pd=f3, mt=00:01:11, tl=00:41:05, s=44093 kN/s, n=3138746935, pv=Kh6 f3 g5 hxg5+ Kxg5 Kc2 Kf6 Kd3 b3 axb3 axb3 Kc3 Ke5 Kxb3 Kd4 Kc2 Ke3 f4 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke3 g6 Ke4 Kg4 Ke5 Kf3 f5 gxf5 Kxf5 Ke3 Ke5 Kf3 Kf5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
48. Kc2 { d=40, pd=g5, mt=00:01:22, tl=00:56:57, s=17940 kN/s, n=1487427690, pv=Kc2 g5 hxg5+ Kxg5 f3 Kf5 Kd3 Ke5 Kc4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc2 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke4 g6 f5 gxf5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
g5 { d=39, pd=hxg5+, mt=00:01:42, tl=00:39:52, s=50868 kN/s, n=5227987627, pv=g5 hxg5+ Kxg5 f3 Kf5 Kd3 Ke5 Kc4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kxb3 Kd4 Kc2 Ke3 f4 g6 Kc3 Kf3 Kd4 Kxg3 Ke3 Kg4 Ke4 Kg3 Ke5 Kf3 Kf6 Kxf4 Kxg6 Ke5 Kg5 Kd6 Kg6 Kc7 Kf6 Kb7 Kf7 Kc6 Kg6 Kc7, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.00, }
49. hxg5+ { d=41, pd=Kxg5, mt=00:01:21, tl=00:56:05, s=19924 kN/s, n=1610776808, pv=hxg5+ Kxg5 f3 Kf5 Kd3 Ke5 Kc4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc2 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke4 g6 f5 gxf5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Kxg5 { d=38, pd=f3, mt=00:01:09, tl=00:39:12, s=52457 kN/s, n=3660457428, pv=Kxg5 f3 Kf5 Kd3 b3 axb3 axb3 Kc3 Ke5 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc4 Kf3 Kd4 Kxg3 Ke3 Kg2 Ke4 g6 Ke5 Kg3 Ke4 Kg4 Ke5 Kf3 f5 gxf5 Kxf5 Ke3 Ke5 Kf3 Kd5 Kg2 Ke4 Kg3 Ke3 Kg4 Ke4 Kg5 Ke5 Kg6 Ke6 Kh5, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
50. f3 { d=42, pd=Kf5, mt=00:00:50, tl=00:55:45, s=20098 kN/s, n=998958634, pv=f3 Kf5 Kd3 Ke5 Kc4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc2 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke4 g6 f5 gxf5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Kf6 { d=36, pd=Kd3, mt=00:00:50, tl=00:38:52, s=50816 kN/s, n=2554244575, pv=Kf6 Kd3 Ke5 Kc4 b3 axb3 axb3 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc4 Kf3 Kd4 Kxg3 Ke4 g6 Ke5 Kf3 f5 gxf5 Kxf5 Ke3 Ke5 Kf2 Kf4 Kf1 Kf3 Ke1 Ke3 Kd1 Kd3 Ke1 Ke3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
51. Kd3 { d=41, pd=b3, mt=00:01:00, tl=00:55:15, s=19315 kN/s, n=1167162428, pv=Kd3 b3 axb3 axb3 Kc3 Ke5 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc2 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke4 g6 f5 gxf5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
b3 { d=36, pd=axb3, mt=00:00:41, tl=00:38:40, s=58420 kN/s, n=2441593894, pv=b3 axb3 axb3 Kc3 Ke5 Kxb3 Kd4 Kc2 Ke3 f4 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke3 Kg4 Ke4 g6 Ke5 Kf3 f5 gxf5 Kxf5 Ke3 Ke5 Kd3 Kd5 Ke3 Kd6 Kd4 Ke6 Kc3 Kf6 Kb4 Kg7 Kb3 Kg6 Ka4 Kf6 Ka3 Ke5 Ka2 Ke4 Ka1, tb=0, R50=49, wv=0.00, }
52. axb3 { d=41, pd=axb3, mt=00:00:48, tl=00:54:56, s=20761 kN/s, n=996905211, pv=axb3 axb3 Kc3 Ke5 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc2 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke4 g6 f5 gxf5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
axb3 { d=36, pd=Kc3, mt=00:01:40, tl=00:37:29, s=66859 kN/s, n=6737951316, pv=axb3 Kc3 Ke5 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke4 Kc4 Kf3 Kd4 Kxg3 Ke5 g6 Ke4 Kg4 Ke5 Kf3 Kf6 Kxf4 Kxg6 Ke5 Kh5 Kf5 Kh6 Ke6 Kg6 Kd7 Kg5 Kc7 Kf4 Kd7 Ke4 Ke6 Kd3 Ke5 Kc2 Kd4 Kb2 Kd3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
53. Kc3 { d=49, pd=Ke5, mt=00:01:17, tl=00:54:08, s=17665 kN/s, n=1370937401, pv=Kc3 Ke5 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc2 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke4 g6 f5 gxf5+, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00, }
Ke5 { d=36, pd=Kxb3, mt=00:02:07, tl=00:35:52, s=66479 kN/s, n=8485461807, pv=Ke5 Kxb3 Kd4 f4 Ke3 Kc3 Kf3 Kd3 Kxg3 Ke3 Kg4 Ke4 Kg3 f5 Kg4 Ke5 Kg5 Ke6 Kf4 f6 gxf6 Kxf6 Ke4 Kg5 Kd3 Kg4 Ke4 Kh5 Kf5 Kh4 Kf4 Kh3 Kf3 Kh4 Ke2 Kg5 Ke3 Kg4 Kd3 Kg3, tb=0, R50=50, wv=0.00,, White's connection stalls }
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TheARBChessSys
03-05-2017, 07:43 PM
Event "TCEC 8 - SCAM! - Super Final - Game 22 - Move 64.Kg4 - FAKE! Draw ?"]
[Site "http://tcec.chessdom.com"]
[Date "2015.11.11"]
[Round "22"]
[White "Stockfish 021115"]
[Black "Komodo 9.3x"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[BlackElo "3223"]
[ECO "E15"]
[EventDate "2015.11.06"]
[GameDuration "06:42:03"]
[Opening "Queen's Indian: Nimzowitsch, 5.Nbd2 c5"]
[PlyCount "136"]
[Termination "adjudication"]
[TerminationDetails "TCEC draw rule"]
[TimeControl "10800+30"]
[WhiteElo "3224"]

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 b6 4. g3 Ba6 5. Nbd2 c5 6. e4 cxd4 7. e5 Ng4 8. h3 Nh6
9. Bg2 Nc6 10. O-O Be7 11. Qa4 Bb7 12. Nxd4 Nxd4 13. Bxb7 Rb8 14. Be4 Qc7 15. Qd1 Nhf5 16. Re1 Qxe5
17. Nb3 Rd8 18. Bf4 Qf6 19. Qd3 Bc5 20. Rad1 Nxb3 21. axb3 Nd4 22. Kg2 Nc6 23. h4 a5 24. Qe2 Qe7
25. Qh5 g6 26. Qf3 Nd4 27. Qc3 Qf6 28. Bd5 Bb4 29. Qd3 O-O 30. Be5 Qf5 31. Qxd4 Bxe1 32. Rxe1 d6
33. Bf6 e5 34. Qxb6 Qxf6 35. Qxa5 Kh8 36. b4 g5 37. Rh1 gxh4 38. Rxh4 Qg6 39. Qa3 f5 40. Qf3 Qg7
41. b5 Rb8 42. b4 Rf6 43. Rh5 Qg6 44. Qe2 f4 45. Be4 Qg7 46. Qf3 Rh6 47. Rxh6 Qxh6 48. Qe2 fxg3
49. fxg3 Qg5 50. c5 Rg8 51. Qe1 dxc5 52. bxc5 Rd8 53. b6 Rd2+ 54. Kg1 Qd8 55. Qe3 Rb2 56. Bf3 Rb1+
57. Kg2 Rb2+ 58. Kh3 Qf6 59. b7 Qe6+ 60. g4 h5 61. c6 hxg4+ 62. Bxg4 Qd6 63. Bf5 Qf6 64. Kg4 Rg2+
65. Kf3 Rb2 66. Kg4 Rg2+ 67. Kf3 Rb2 68. Qe4 Qd6 ½-½


[Event "TCEC 8 - SCAM! - Super Final - Game 22 - Move 64.Bc2 - TRUE! Win!"]
[Site "http://tcec.chessdom.com"]
[Date "2015.11.11"]
[Round "22"]
[White "Stockfish 021115"]
[Black "Komodo 9.3x"]
[Result "1-0"]
[BlackElo "3223"]
[ECO "E15"]
[EventDate "2015.11.06"]
[GameDuration "06:42:03"]
[Opening "Queen's Indian: Nimzowitsch, 5.Nbd2 c5"]
[PlyCount "136"]
[Termination "normal"]
[TimeControl "10800+30"]
[WhiteElo "3224"]

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 b6 4. g3 Ba6 5. Nbd2 c5 6. e4 cxd4 7. e5 Ng4 8.
h3 Nh6 9. Bg2 Nc6 10. O-O Be7 11. Qa4 Bb7 12. Nxd4 Nxd4 13. Bxb7 Rb8 14.
Be4 Qc7 15. Qd1 Nhf5 16. Re1 Qxe5 17. Nb3 Rd8 18. Bf4 Qf6 19. Qd3 Bc5 20.
Rad1 Nxb3 21. axb3 Nd4 22. Kg2 Nc6 23. h4 a5 24. Qe2 Qe7 25. Qh5 g6 26. Qf3
Nd4 27. Qc3 Qf6 28. Bd5 Bb4 29. Qd3 O-O 30. Be5 Qf5 31. Qxd4 Bxe1 32. Rxe1
d6 33. Bf6 e5 34. Qxb6 Qxf6 35. Qxa5 Kh8 36. b4 g5 37. Rh1 gxh4 38. Rxh4
Qg6 39. Qa3 f5 40. Qf3 Qg7 41. b5 Rb8 42. b4 Rf6 43. Rh5 Qg6 44. Qe2 f4 45.
Be4 Qg7 46. Qf3 Rh6 47. Rxh6 Qxh6 48. Qe2 fxg3 49. fxg3 Qg5 50. c5 Rg8 51.
Qe1 dxc5 52. bxc5 Rd8 53. b6 Rd2+ 54. Kg1 Qd8 55. Qe3 Rb2 56. Bf3 Rb1+ 57.
Kg2 Rb2+ 58. Kh3 Qf6 59. b7 Qe6+ 60. g4 h5 61. c6 hxg4+ 62. Bxg4 Qd6 63.
Bf5 Qf6 64. Bc2 Rb4 65. Be4 Rb2 66. Kg4 Qe6+ 67. Kg5 Qg8+ 68. Kf5 Qf7+ 69.
Kxe5 Qg7+ 70. Ke6 Qg8+ 71. Kf5 Rb5+ 72. Kf4 Qf8+ 73. Kg3 Qf6 74. Qf3 Rg5+
75. Kf2 Qb2+ 76. Qe2 Qd4+ 77. Kf3 Qf6+ 78. Ke3 Qc3+ 79. Qd3 Qe1+ 80. Kf3
Qg3+ 81. Ke2 Qh2+ 82. Ke3 Rg3+ 83. Bf3 Qh6+ 84. Kd4 Qd6+ 85. Kc3 Qa3+ 86.
Kc4 Qa4+ 87. Kc5 Rg5+ 88. Bd5 Qa5+ 89. Kc4 Rg4+ 90. Be4 Qa2+ 91. Kd4 Qa7+
92. Kd5 Qa2+ 93. Kd6 Qh2+ 94. Ke6 Qh6+ 95. Kd5 Rg5+ 96. Kc4 Qe6+ 97. Bd5
Rxd5 98. Qxd5 Qe2+ 99. Kc5 Qc2+ 100. Kd6 Qg6+ 101. Kc7 Qf7+ 102. Qd7 Qf4+
103. Kc8 Qf8+ 104. Qd8 Kg8 105. b8=Q Qxd8+ 106. Kxd8 Kf7 107. c7 Kg6 108.
c8=Q Kg5 109. Qe5+ Kh6 110. Qh3+ Kg6 111. Qhh5# 1-0


[Event "TCEC 8 - SCAM! - Super Final - Game 22 - Move 64.Bc2 - TRUE! Win! - Full"]
[Site "http://tcec.chessdom.com"]
[Date "2015.11.11"]
[Round "22"]
[White "Stockfish 021115"]
[Black "Komodo 9.3x"]
[Result "1-0"]
[BlackElo "3223"]
[ECO "E15"]
[EventDate "2015.11.06"]
[GameDuration "06:42:03"]
[Opening "Queen's Indian: Nimzowitsch, 5.Nbd2 c5"]
[PlyCount "136"]
[Termination "normal"]
[TimeControl "10800+30"]
[WhiteElo "3224"]

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 b6 4. g3 Ba6 5. Nbd2 c5 6. e4 cxd4 7. e5 Ng4 8.
h3 Nh6 9. Bg2 Nc6 10. O-O Be7 11. Qa4 Bb7 12. Nxd4 Nxd4 13. Bxb7 Rb8 14.
Be4 Qc7 15. Qd1 Nhf5 16. Re1 Qxe5 17. Nb3 Rd8 18. Bf4 Qf6 19. Qd3 Bc5 20.
Rad1 Nxb3 21. axb3 Nd4 22. Kg2 Nc6 23. h4 a5 24. Qe2 Qe7 25. Qh5 g6 26. Qf3
Nd4 27. Qc3 Qf6 28. Bd5 Bb4 29. Qd3 O-O 30. Be5 Qf5 31. Qxd4 Bxe1 32. Rxe1
d6 33. Bf6 e5 34. Qxb6 Qxf6 35. Qxa5 Kh8 36. b4 g5 37. Rh1 gxh4 38. Rxh4
Qg6 39. Qa3 f5 40. Qf3 Qg7 41. b5 Rb8 42. b4 Rf6 43. Rh5 Qg6 44. Qe2 f4 45.
Be4 Qg7 46. Qf3 Rh6 47. Rxh6 Qxh6 48. Qe2 fxg3 49. fxg3 Qg5 50. c5 Rg8 51.
Qe1 dxc5 52. bxc5 Rd8 53. b6 Rd2+ 54. Kg1 Qd8 55. Qe3 Rb2 56. Bf3 Rb1+ 57.
Kg2 Rb2+ 58. Kh3 Qf6 59. b7 Qe6+ 60. g4 h5 61. c6 hxg4+ 62. Bxg4 Qd6 63.
Bf5 Qf6 64. Bc2 {(Bf5-c2 Rb2-b4) +1.96} Rb4 {(Rb2-b4 Bc2-e4 Rb4-b2
c6-c7 Qf6-e6+ Kh3-g3 Rb2xb7 Qe3-h6+ Qe6xh6 c7-c8Q+ Kh8-g7 Qc8xb7+ Kg7-f8
Qb7-b8+ Kf8-e7 Qb8-c7+ Ke7-f8 Qc7-d8+ Kf8-g7 Qd8-e7+ Kg7-h8 Qe7-e8+ Kh8-g7
Qe8xe5+ Qh6-f6 Qe5-c5 Kg7-h8 Qc5-c8+ Kh8-g7 Qc8-c7+ Kg7-f8 Qc7-c5+ Qf6-e7
Qc5-c8+ Kf8-g7 Qc8-c3+ Qe7-f6 Qc3-b4 Kg7-g8 Be4-f3 Qf6-e5+ Kg3-h3 Qe5-f5+
Kh3-g2 Kg8-g7 Qb4-b7+ Qf5-f7 Qb7-b5 Qf7-g6+ Kg2-f2 Qg6-d6 Qb5-b7+ Kg7-f8
Qb7-e4 Qd6-f6 Qe4-a8+ Kf8-g7 Qa8-a7+ Kg7-h6 Qa7-c5 Qf6-b2+ Kf2-e1 Qb2-f6
Qc5-e3+ Qf6-g5 Qe3-b6+ Qg5-g6) -1.15} 65. Be4 {(Bc2-e4 Rb4-b2)
+1.06} Rb2 {(Rb4-b2 Kh3-g4) -2.68} 66. Kg4 {(Kh3-g4) +2.91}
Qe6+ {(Qf6-e6+ Kg4-g5) -4.10} 67. Kg5 {(Kg4-g5) +3.27}
Qg8+ {(Qe6-g8+ Kg5-f5) -3.54} 68. Kf5 {(Kg5-f5 Qg8-f7+) +2.57}
Qf7+ {(Qg8-f7+ Kf5xe5) -3.55} 69. Kxe5 {(Kf5xe5) +2.53}
Qg7+ {(Qf7-g7+ Ke5-e6) -4.66} 70. Ke6 {(Ke5-e6 Qg7-g8+ Ke6-f5
Rb2-b5+ Kf5-f4 Qg8-f8+ Kf4-g3 Qf8-g7+ Kg3-f2 Qg7-b2+ Kf2-f3 Rb5-g5 Qe3-e2
Qb2-f6+ Kf3-e3 Qf6-c3+ Qe2-d3 Qc3-e1+ Ke3-f3 Qe1-g3+ Kf3-e2 Qg3-h2+ Ke2-e3
Qh2-g3+ Ke3-d2 Qg3-f2+ Kd2-c3 Qf2-c5+ Kc3-b3 Qc5-b6+ Kb3-c2 Qb6-f2+ Qd3-d2
Rg5-c5+ Kc2-d3 Qf2-g3+ Kd3-e2 Qg3-g4+ Be4-f3 Rc5-e5+ Ke2-f2 Qg4-h4+ Kf2-f1
Re5-e8 Qd2-d5 Qh4-h3+ Bf3-g2 Re8-f8+ Kf1-e2 Qh3-h2 Ke2-d3 Qh2-g3+ Kd3-c4
Kh8-g7 Qd5-d7+ Rf8-f7 Qd7-d4+ Rf7-f6 Bg2-d5 Qg3-c7 Kc4-b5 Qc7-d6 Qd4-g4+
Kg7-h6 Qg4-g8 Rf6-f8 Qg8-e6+ Qd6xe6) +5.00} Qg8+ {(Qg7-g8+ Ke6-f5)
-5.94} 71. Kf5 {(Ke6-f5) +5.78} Rb5+ {(Rb2-b5+) -5.18}
72. Kf4 {(Kf5-f4 Qg8-f8+) +4.29} Qf8+ {(Qg8-f8+ Kf4-g3) -5.63}
73. Kg3 {(Kf4-g3 Qf8-f6 Qe3-f3 Rb5-g5+ Kg3-f2 Qf6-d4+ Qf3-e3 Qd4-b2+
Qe3-e2 Qb2-f6+ Kf2-e3 Qf6-c3+ Qe2-d3 Qc3-e1+ Ke3-f3 Qe1-h1+ Kf3-e2 Qh1-h2+
Ke2-e3 Qh2-g1+ Ke3-d2 Qg1-f2+ Kd2-c3 Qf2-c5+ Kc3-b3 Qc5-b6+ Kb3-c2 Qb6-f2+
Qd3-d2 Rg5-c5+ Kc2-d3 Qf2-g3+ Kd3-e2 Qg3-g4+ Be4-f3 Rc5-e5+ Ke2-f2 Qg4-h4+
Kf2-f1 Re5-e8 Qd2-c3+ Kh8-h7 Bf3-g2 Qh4-d8 Kf1-g1 Qd8-b6+ Kg1-h2 Re8-e6
Bg2-e4+ Re6xe4 Qc3-h3+ Kh7-g6 Qh3-g3+ Kg6-f5 b7-b8Q Re4-h4+ Kh2-g2 Qb6xc6+
Qg3-f3+ Qc6xf3+ Kg2xf3 Rh4-d4 Qb8-b5+ Kf5-e6 Kf3-e3 Rd4-d6 Ke3-e4 Ke6-e7
Qb5-c5 Ke7-d7 Ke4-e5 Rd6-e6+ Ke5-d5 Re6-h6 Qc5-b5+ Kd7-d8 Qb5-b4 Rh6-h5+
Kd5-d6 Rh5-h6+ Kd6-c5 Rh6-h5+ Kc5-b6 Rh5-h1) +5.62} Qf6 {(Qf8-f6
Qe3-f3) -5.91} 74. Qf3 {(Qe3-f3) +6.62} Rg5+ {(Rb5-g5+
Kg3-f2) -7.06} 75. Kf2 {(Kg3-f2) +6.90} Qb2+ {(Qf6-b2+
Qf3-e2) -7.64} 76. Qe2 {(Qf3-e2) +6.89} Qd4+ {(Qb2-d4+
Kf2-f3) -8.30} 77. Kf3 {(Kf2-f3) +9.08} Qf6+ {(Qd4-f6+
Kf3-e3) -10.82} 78. Ke3 {(Kf3-e3 Qf6-c3+) +9.67} Qc3+
{(Qf6-c3+) -9.30} 79. Qd3 {(Qe2-d3) +9.90} Qe1+ {(Qc3-e1+
Ke3-f3) -7.44} 80. Kf3 {(Ke3-f3 Qe1-g3+) +7.91} Qg3+
{(Qe1-g3+ Kf3-e2) -13.77} 81. Ke2 {(Kf3-e2 Qg3-h2+ Ke2-e3 Qh2-g1+
Ke3-d2 Qg1-f2+ Kd2-c3 Qf2-c5+ Kc3-b3 Qc5-b6+ Kb3-c2 Qb6-f2+ Qd3-d2 Rg5-c5+
Kc2-d3 Qf2-g3+ Kd3-e2 Qg3-g4+ Ke2-f2 Qg4-h4+ Kf2-f1 Qh4-h3+ Be4-g2 Qh3-f5+
Kf1-g1 Qf5-b1+ Bg2-f1 Qb1-b6 Qd2-d4+ Kh8-g8 Bf1-c4+ Kg8-h7 Qd4-d7+ Kh7-h8
Qd7-e8+ Kh8-g7 Qe8-e7+ Kg7-g6 Qe7-d6+ Kg6-g7 b7-b8Q Rc5-g5+ Kg1-f1 Qb6-g1+
Kf1-e2 Rg5-g2+ Ke2-d3 Qg1-d1+ Kd3-e4 Qd1-e1+ Ke4-d4 Qe1-a1+ Kd4-c5 Qa1-a5+
Qb8-b5 Rg2-g5+ Bc4-d5 Qa5-c3+ Qb5-c4 Qc3-a5+ Kc5-d4 Rg5-g1 Qc4-c3 Qa5xc3+
Kd4xc3 Rg1-c1+ Kc3-b4 Rc1-f1 Qd6-e7+ Kg7-g6 c6-c7 Rf1-b1+ Kb4-c5 Rb1-c1+
Bd5-c4) +18.41} Qh2+ {(Qg3-h2+ Ke2-e3 Qh2-g1+ Ke3-d2 Qg1-f2+ Kd2-c3
Qf2-c5+ Kc3-b3 Qc5-b6+ Kb3-c2 Qb6-f2+ Qd3-d2 Rg5-c5+ Kc2-d3 Qf2-g3+ Kd3-e2
Qg3-g4+ Be4-f3 Rc5-e5+ Ke2-f2 Qg4-h4+ Kf2-f1 Re5-e8 Qd2-d5 Qh4-h3+ Bf3-g2
Re8-f8+ Kf1-e2 Qh3-h2 Ke2-d3 Qh2-g3+ Kd3-c4 Kh8-g7 Qd5-d7+ Rf8-f7 Qd7-d4+
Rf7-f6 Bg2-e4 Qg3-c7 Kc4-b5 Qc7-f4 Kb5-a6 Qf4-g3 Ka6-b6 Qg3-h2 Be4-d3
Kg7-f7 Qd4-d7+ Kf7-f8 Qd7-d8+ Kf8-g7 b7-b8Q Qh2-b2+ Bd3-b5 Qb2-f2+ Kb6-b7
Rf6-f7+ c6-c7 Qf2-f3+ Kb7-c8 Rf7-f5 Qd8-d4+ Kg7-h6 Qd4-h8+ Kh6-g5 Bb5-e8
Rf5-d5 Qh8-g7+ Kg5-h4 Qb8-b4+ Kh4-h3 Be8-d7+ Rd5xd7 Qg7xd7+ Kh3-g3 Qb4-d6+
Kg3-h4) -14.67} 82. Ke3 {(Ke2-e3 Qh2-g3+) +8.29} Rg3+
{(Rg5-g3+ Be4-f3) -19.92} 83. Bf3 {(Be4-f3 Qh2-h6+) +26.47}
Qh6+ {(Qh2-h6+) -21.55} 84. Kd4 {(Ke3-d4 Qh6-f4+) +20.13}
Qd6+ {(Qh6-d6+) -11.26} 85. Kc3 {(Kd4-c3 Qd6-a3+) +44.61}
Qa3+ {(Qd6-a3+) -13.31} 86. Kc4 {(Kc3-c4) +55.69} Qa4+
{(Qa3-a4+) -13.50} 87. Kc5 {(Kc4-c5) +33.34} Rg5+ {(Rg3-g5+
Bf3-d5) -16.14} 88. Bd5 {(Bf3-d5 Qa4-a5+) +72.89} Qa5+
{(Qa4-a5+ Kc5-c4) -M54} 89. Kc4 {(Kc5-c4 Qa5-a6+) +123.24}
Rg4+ {(Rg5-g4+) -11.48} 90. Be4 {(Bd5-e4 Qa5-a2+) +M36} Qa2+
{(Qa5-a2+ Kc4-d4) -83.49} 91. Kd4 {(Kc4-d4 Qa2-a7+) +M33}
Qa7+ {(Qa2-a7+ Kd4-d5 Qa7-a2+ Kd5-d6 Qa2-h2+ Kd6-e6 Qh2-h6+ Ke6-d5 Rg4-g5+
Kd5-c4 Qh6-h2 Qd3-d8+ Rg5-g8 Qd8-f6+ Rg8-g7 Qf6-f8+ Rg7-g8 b7-b8Q Qh2-e2+
Kc4-d4 Qe2-d1+ Kd4-e5 Qd1-h5+ Ke5-d6 Qh5-h2+ Kd6-d7 Qh2-h3+ Be4-f5 Qh3xf5+
Qf8xf5 Rg8xb8 Qf5-e5+ Kh8-g8 Qe5xb8+ Kg8-f7 Qb8-f4+ Kf7-g6 c6-c7 Kg6-g7
c7-c8Q Kg7-g6 Qc8-g8+ Kg6-h5 Qf4-h2+) -M22} 92. Kd5 {(Kd4-d5 Qa7-a2+
Kd5-d6 Qa2-h2+ Kd6-e6 Qh2-h6+ Ke6-d5 Rg4-g5+ Kd5-c4 Qh6-e6+ Be4-d5 Qe6-d6
Qd3-d4+ Rg5-g7 Qd4-h4+ Rg7-h7 Qh4-g4 Rh7-f7 b7-b8R+ Qd6xb8 Bd5xf7 Qb8-f8
Qg4-h5+ Kh8-g7 Qh5-g6+ Kg7-h8 Qg6-f6+ Qf8-g7 Qf6-h4+ Qg7-h7 Qh4-d4+ Qh7-g7
c6-c7 Qg7xd4+ Kc4xd4 Kh8-g7 Bf7-e6 Kg7-f6 c7-c8Q Kf6-e7 Kd4-d5 Ke7-f6
Qc8-g8 Kf6-e7 Qg8-f7+ Ke7-d8 Qf7-d7+) +M24} Qa2+ {(Qa7-a2+ Kd5-d6)
-M25} 93. Kd6 {(Kd5-d6 Qa2-h2+ Kd6-e6 Qh2-h6+ Ke6-d5 Qh6-g5+ Kd5-c4
Qg5-g8+ Kc4-b5 Rg4-g5+ Kb5-b6 Kh8-g7 c6-c7 Qg8-e6+ Be4-c6 Qe6-e5 b7-b8Q
Qe5-b2+ Kb6-a6 Qb2-a1+ Ka6-b7 Qa1-b2+ Kb7-c8 Qb2-f6 Bc6-e4 Rg5-e5 Qd3-d7+
Re5-e7 Qd7-g4+ Kg7-h6 Qg4-h3+ Kh6-g5 Qb8-b5+ Re7-e5 Qh3-g2+ Kg5-h6 Qg2-h2+
Kh6-g5 Qh2xe5+ Qf6xe5 Qb5xe5+ Kg5-g4 Kc8-b7 Kg4-h4 c7-c8R Kh4-h3 Qe5-g5
Kh3-h2 Qg5-g2+) +M25} Qh2+ {(Qa2-h2+ Kd6-e6 Qh2-h6+ Ke6-d5 Qh6-g5+
Kd5-c4 Qg5-g8+ Kc4-b5 Rg4-g5+ Kb5-b6 Kh8-g7 c6-c7 Qg8-e6+ Be4-c6 Qe6-e5
b7-b8Q Qe5-a5+ Kb6-b7 Qa5-b4+ Kb7-c8 Qb4-g4+ Kc8-d8 Qg4-h4 Qb8-b2+ Rg5-e5+
Kd8-c8 Qh4-f6 Qd3-g3+ Kg7-h6 Qg3xe5 Qf6xe5 Qb2xe5 Kh6-g6 Kc8-d8 Kg6-h6
c7-c8Q Kh6-g6 Qc8-g4+ Kg6-h6 Qe5-h8+) -M20} 94. Ke6 {(Kd6-e6)
+M52} Qh6+ {(Qh2-h6+ Ke6-d5 Rg4-g5+ Kd5-c4 Qh6-h2 Qd3-d8+ Rg5-g8
Qd8-f6+ Rg8-g7 Qf6-f8+ Rg7-g8 b7-b8Q Qh2-e2+ Kc4-d4 Qe2-d1+ Kd4-e5 Qd1-h5+
Ke5-d6 Qh5-h2+ Kd6-d7 Qh2-h3+ Be4-f5 Qh3xf5+ Qf8xf5 Rg8xb8 Qf5-e5+ Kh8-g8
Qe5xb8+ Kg8-f7 Qb8-g3 Kf7-f6 c6-c7 Kf6-f5 c7-c8Q Kf5-e4 Qc8-c4+ Ke4-f5
Qc4-f4+) -M19} 95. Kd5 {(Ke6-d5 Qh6-h5+ Kd5-c4 Qh5-f7+ Kc4-c3 Qf7-f4
b7-b8R+ Qf4xb8 Qd3-h3+ Kh8-g8 Qh3xg4+ Kg8-f8 Qg4-f5+ Kf8-g7 Qf5-g6+ Kg7-f8
Qg6-h6+ Kf8-e7 Qh6-g7+ Ke7-e6 c6-c7 Qb8-e8 Qg7-g6+ Qe8xg6 c7-c8Q+ Ke6-e5
Be4xg6 Ke5-f6 Bg6-e4 Kf6-e5 Qc8-f5+ Ke5-d6 Qf5-f6+ Kd6-d7 Be4-f5+ Kd7-c7
Qf6-a6 Kc7-b8 Qa6-b6+ Kb8-a8 Bf5-e4+) +M21} Rg5+ {(Rg4-g5+ Kd5-c4
Qh6-e6+ Be4-d5 Rg5xd5 Qd3xd5 Qe6-e2+ Kc4-c5 Qe2-e7+ Qd5-d6 Qe7-g5+ Kc5-b6
Qg5-g1+ Kb6-c7 Qg1-g7+ Kc7-c8 Qg7-g4+ Qd6-d7 Qg4-g8+ Qd7-d8 Kh8-g7 b7-b8Q
Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kg7-f6 c6-c7 Kf6-e5 c7-c8Q+ Ke5-d5 Qb8-b3+ Kd5-d4 Qc8-e6
Kd4-c5 Qb3-c4+) -M17} 96. Kc4 {(Kd5-c4 Qh6-e6+ Be4-d5 Rg5xd5 Qd3xd5
Qe6-e2+ Kc4-c5 Qe2-e7+ Qd5-d6 Qe7-g5+ Kc5-b6 Qg5-g1+ Kb6-c7 Qg1-a7 Kc7-d8
Qa7-a5+ Kd8-e7 Kh8-h7 b7-b8Q Qa5-g5+ Qd6-f6 Qg5-e3+ Qf6-e6 Qe3-g5+ Ke7-e8
Qg5-g8+ Qe6xg8+ Kh7xg8 Qb8-g3+ Kg8-h7 Ke8-f7 Kh7-h8 Qg3-h2+) +M17}
Qe6+ {(Qh6-e6+ Be4-d5 Rg5xd5 Qd3xd5 Qe6-e2+ Kc4-c5 Qe2-e7+ Kc5-b6 Qe7-e3+
Kb6-c7 Qe3-a7 Kc7-c8 Qa7-a6 c6-c7 Kh8-h7 Kc8-b8 Kh7-h6 c7-c8Q Qa6-f6
Qd5-h1+ Kh6-g7 Qh1-h8+ Kg7-g6 Qh8-g8+ Kg6-h5 Qc8-h3+ Qf6-h4 Qg8-h7+ Kh5-g5
Qh3xh4+) -M15} 97. Bd5 {(Be4-d5 Rg5xd5 Qd3xd5 Qe6-e2+ Kc4-c5 Qe2-e7+
Kc5-b6 Qe7-e3+ Kb6-c7 Qe3-a7 Kc7-c8 Qa7-a6 c6-c7 Kh8-h7 Kc8-b8 Kh7-h6
c7-c8Q Qa6-f6 Qd5-h1+ Kh6-g7 Qh1-h8+ Kg7-g6 Qh8-g8+ Kg6-h5 Qc8-h3+ Qf6-h4
Qg8-h7+ Kh5-g5 Qh3xh4+) +M15} Rxd5 {(Rg5xd5 Qd3xd5 Qe6-e2+ Kc4-c5
Qe2-c2+ Kc5-d6 Qc2-g6+ Kd6-c7 Qg6-f7+ Qd5-d7 Qf7-f4+ Kc7-c8 Qf4-f8+ Qd7-d8
Kh8-g8 b7-b8Q Qf8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kg8-f7 c6-c7 Kf7-f6 c7-c8Q Kf6-g5 Qb8-e5+
Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) -M14} 98. Qxd5 {(Qd3xd5 Qe6-e2+
Kc4-c5 Qe2-e7+ Kc5-b6 Qe7-e3+ Kb6-c7 Qe3-g3+ Kc7-c8 Qg3-g4+ Qd5-d7 Qg4-g8+
Qd7-d8 Kh8-g7 b7-b8Q Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kg7-g6 c6-c7 Kg6-f6 c7-c8Q Kf6-g5
Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) +M14} Qe2+ {(Qe6-e2+ Kc4-c5
Qe2-e7+ Kc5-b6 Qe7-e3+ Kb6-c7 Qe3-f4+ Kc7-c8 Qf4-g4+ Qd5-d7 Qg4-g8+ Qd7-d8
Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kh8-g7 b7-b8Q Kg7-f6 c6-c7 Kf6-e6 c7-c8Q+ Ke6-d5 Qb8-g3
Kd5-d4 Qc8-c3+ Kd4-d5 Qg3-e5+) -M13} 99. Kc5 {(Kc4-c5 Qe2-e7+ Kc5-b6
Qe7-e3+ Kb6-c7 Qe3-f4+ Kc7-c8 Qf4-g4+ Qd5-d7 Qg4-g8+ Qd7-d8 Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8
Kh8-g8 Kd8-e7 Kg8-g7 b7-b8Q Kg7-g6 Qb8-e5 Kg6-h7 Ke7-f6 Kh7-h8 Kf6-f7+
Kh8-h7 Qe5-h2+) +M13} Qc2+ {(Qe2-c2+ Kc5-d6 Qc2-g6+ Kd6-c7 Qg6-g7+
Kc7-c8 Qg7-g4+ Qd5-d7 Qg4-g8+ Qd7-d8 Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kh8-g7 b7-b8Q Kg7-f6
c6-c7 Kf6-e5 c7-c8Q+ Ke5-e4 Qc8-c4+ Ke4-f3 Qb8-f4+ Kf3-g2 Qc4-f1+) -M12}
100. Kd6 {(Kc5-d6 Qc2-g6+ Kd6-c7 Qg6-g3+ Kc7-c8 Qg3-g4+ Qd5-d7 Qg4-g8+
Qd7-d8 Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kh8-g7 b7-b8Q Kg7-f7 c6-c7 Kf7-f6 c7-c8Q Kf6-g5
Qb8-g3+ Kg5-f6 Qc8-g4 Kf6-f7 Qg3-f4+) +M12} Qg6+ {(Qc2-g6+ Kd6-c7
Qg6-f7+ Qd5-d7 Qf7-f4+ Kc7-c8 Qf4-f8+ Qd7-d8 Kh8-g8 b7-b8Q Qf8xd8+ Kc8xd8
Kg8-f7 Qb8-g3 Kf7-f6 c6-c7 Kf6-f7 c7-c8Q Kf7-f6 Qg3-g4 Kf6-e5 Qc8-e6+)
-M11} 101. Kc7 {(Kd6-c7 Qg6-g7+ Kc7-c8 Qg7-g4+ Qd5-d7 Qg4-g8+ Qd7-d8
Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kh8-g7 c6-c7 Kg7-f7 c7-c8Q Kf7-f6 b7-b8Q Kf6-g5 Qb8-g3+
Kg5-f6 Qg3-g4 Kf6-e5 Qc8-e6+) +M11} Qf7+ {(Qg6-f7+ Qd5-d7 Qf7-f4+
Kc7-c8 Qf4-f8+ Qd7-d8 Qf8-g8 b7-b8Q Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kh8-g7 Qb8-e5+ Kg7-h7
c6-c7 Kh7-g6 c7-c8Q Kg6-f7 Qc8-g4 Kf7-f8 Qe5-f4+) -M10} 102. Qd7
{(Qd5-d7 Qf7-f4+ Kc7-c8 Qf4-f8+ Qd7-d8 Qf8-g8 b7-b8Q Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kh8-g7
Qb8-e5+ Kg7-h7 c6-c7 Kh7-g6 c7-c8Q Kg6-f7 Qc8-g4 Kf7-f8 Qe5-f4+)
+M10} Qf4+ {(Qf7-f4+ Kc7-c8 Qf4-f8+ Qd7-d8 Qf8-g8 b7-b8Q Qg8xd8+ Kc8xd8
Kh8-g7 Qb8-e5+ Kg7-h7 c6-c7 Kh7-g6 c7-c8Q Kg6-f7 Qc8-g4 Kf7-f8 Qe5-f4+)
-M9} 103. Kc8 {(Kc7-c8 Qf4-f8+ Qd7-d8 Kh8-g7 b7-b8Q Kg7-g8 Qd8xf8+
Kg8xf8 Qb8-b7 Kf8-g8 Qb7-d7 Kg8-f8 Kc8-b7 Kf8-g8 c6-c7 Kg8-f8 c7-c8Q+)
+M9} Qf8+ {(Qf4-f8+ Qd7-d8 Kh8-g8 b7-b8Q Qf8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kg8-g7
Qb8-f4 Kg7-h7 c6-c7 Kh7-h8 c7-c8Q Kh8-g7 Qf4-g5+ Kg7-f7 Qc8-f5+)
-M8} 104. Qd8 {(Qd7-d8 Qf8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kh8-g7 b7-b8Q Kg7-f7 c6-c7 Kf7-f6
c7-c8Q Kf6-g5 Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) +M8} Kg8
{(Kh8-g8 b7-b8Q Qf8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kg8-g7 c6-c7 Kg7-g6 c7-c8Q Kg6-g5 Qb8-e5+
Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) -M7} 105. b8=Q {(b7-b8Q Qf8xd8+
Kc8xd8 Kg8-g7 c6-c7 Kg7-g6 c7-c8Q Kg6-g5 Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6
Qh3-h5+) +M7} Qxd8+ {(Qf8xd8+ Kc8xd8 Kg8-f7 c6-c7 Kf7-f6 c7-c8Q
Kf6-g5 Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) -M6} 106. Kxd8 {(Kc8xd8
Kg8-g7 c6-c7 Kg7-g6 c7-c8Q Kg6-g5 Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+)
+M6} Kf7 {(Kg8-f7 c6-c7 Kf7-f6 c7-c8Q Kf6-g5 Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+
Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) -M5} 107. c7 {(c6-c7 Kf7-f6 c7-c8Q Kf6-g5 Qb8-e5+
Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) +M5} Kg6 {(Kf7-g6 c7-c8Q Kg6-g5
Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) -M4} 108. c8=Q {(c7-c8Q Kg6-g5
Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) +M4} Kg5 {(Kg6-g5 Qb8-e5+
Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) -M3} 109. Qe5+ {(Qb8-e5+ Kg5-h6
Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) +M3} Kh6 {(Kg5-h6 Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+)
-M2} 110. Qh3+ {(Qc8-h3+ Kh6-g6 Qh3-h5+) +M2} Kg6 {(Kh6-g6
Qh3-h5+) -M1} 111. Qhh5# {(Qh3-h5+) +M1} 1-0

TheARBChessSys
07-05-2017, 09:58 PM
The Public Votes! ... 07/05/2017 :)

http://www.strawpoll.me/11099067/r

http://www.strawpoll.me/10386665/r

http://www.thejoyfulprogrammer.com/qb64/forum/attachment.php?aid=1177

TheARBChessSys
21-05-2017, 05:53 AM
Komodo's Famous Blunder! 8. Nxf7 ??? :) 28.03.2016


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CuwHTdDdLmU


[Event "Komodo v Stockfish IV 8CPU"]
[Site "ChessGUI2"]
[Date "2016.03.28"]
[Round "17.1"]
[White "Komodo 9 .42 64-bit 8CPU"]
[Black "Stockfish 150316 64-bit 8CPU"]
[Result "0-1"]
[Time "9 a.m."]
[ECO "C44"]
[Opening "Ponziani; Staunton; English Knights"]
[TimeControl "40/1800:40/1800:40/1800"]
[PlyCount "57"]
[Number "33"]
[Termination "GUI adjudication"]
[WhiteType "program"]
[BlackType "program"]
[Variant "normal"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. c3 d5 4. Qa4 Qd6 5. exd5 Qxd5 6. Bb5 e4 7. Ng5 Nf6
8. Nxf7 Qxf7 9. Bxc6+ bxc6 10. Qxc6+ Qd7 11. Qxa8 Bc5 12. b4 O-O 13. bxc5
Qd3 14. c4 Bg4 15. Qxf8+ Kxf8 16. Nc3 Qxc4 17. h3 Nd5 18. hxg4 Nxc3 19.
dxc3 Qxc3+ 20. Kd1 Qd4+ 21. Kc2 Qxa1 22. Rxh7 Qxa2+ 23. Bb2 Qc4+ 24. Bc3
Qxc5 25. f3 Qf2+ 26. Kb3 e3 27. Rh5 Qxg2 28. Rc5 e2 29. Re5 0-1


Stockfish Destroys! Komodo :)

http://www.chess2u.com/t10369-stockfish-latest-v-komodo-9-42-8cpu-match

TheARBChessSys
28-07-2017, 08:26 PM
Stockfish 8 v Stockfish 1 - Evolution of The Worlds No.1 Chess Engine

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Me_mi3oIzxA

TheARBChessSys
14-08-2017, 02:45 AM
[Event "Stockfish 8 v Stockfish 1 - Short"]
[Date "2017.07.27"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 1"]
[Black-Elo "2753"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1-0"]
1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Nf6 4. O-O Bc5 5. Nxe5 Nxe5 6. d4 a6 7. Be2 Bxd4
8. Qxd4 d6 9. Nc3 O-O 10. Bg5 h6 11. Bh4 Nc6 12. Qe3 Ne5 13. f4 Ng6 14.
Bxf6 Qxf6 15. Nd5 Qd8 16. f5 Ne7 17. Nf6+ Kh8 18. Ng4 Nc6 19. Nxh6 Qf6 20.
Ng4 Qd4 21. Rf4 Kg8 22. Rd1 Qxe3+ 23. Nxe3 Ne7 24. Rdf1 Bd7 25. R1f3 Rfd8
26. Rg3 Kf8 27. Rh4 g6 28. Bc4 Kg7 29. f6+ Kxf6 30. Rf3+ Ke5 31. Rxf7 Nc8
32. c3 c6 33. Bb3 d5 34. exd5 Nb6 35. dxc6 bxc6 36. Rd4 a5 37. Bc2 Be8 38.
Re7+ Kf6 39. Rde4 Bd7 40. Bb3 Rf8 41. h4 g5 42. hxg5+ Kxg5 43. R4e5+ Kf6
44. g4 Rg8 45. Bxg8 Rxg8 46. Kf2 Na4 47. Kg3 Bc8 48. Re8 Rxe8 49. Rxe8 Be6
50. Ra8 Nxb2 51. Rxa5 Nd3 52. a4 Bc8 53. Rh5 Ne5 54. Rh8 Ba6 55. Ra8 Bb7
56. Rb8 Ba6 57. Rb6 Bc8 58. a5 Ke6 59. a6 Bxa6 60. Rxa6 Kd6 61. Kf4 Ke6 62.
Ke4 Nf7 63. Rxc6+ Nd6+ 64. Rxd6+ Kxd6 65. Kf5 Kc5 66. g5 Kd6 67. g6 Ke7 68.
Nd5+ Kd6 69. Ke4 Kc5 70. g7 Kd6 71. g8=Q Kc5 72. Qc8+ Kb5 73. Qb7+ Kc5 74.
Qb6+ Kc4 75. Qb4# 1-0


[Event "Stockfish 8 v Stockfish 1 - Analysis"]
[Date "2017.07.27"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 1"]
[Black-Elo "2753"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1-0"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Nf6 4. O-O Bc5 5. Nxe5 Nxe5 6. d4 a6 7. Be2 {
last book move} Bxd4 8. Qxd4 d6 9. Nc3 O-O 10. Bg5 h6 11. Bh4 Nc6 12. Qe3 Ne5 (
12... Ng4 13. Qg3 (13. Bxd8 $6 Nxe3 14. fxe3 Rxd8 $11) 13... g5 14. Bxg4 gxh4
15. Qh3 Bxg4 16. Qxg4+ Qg5 17. Qd7 $16) 13. f4 Ng6 14. Bxf6 Qxf6 15. Nd5 Qd8
16. f5 Ne7 17. Nf6+ $1 {Demolition of pawn structure} Kh8 (17... gxf6 {
Deflection from h6} 18. Qxh6) 18. Ng4 Nc6 19. Nxh6 Qf6 20. Ng4 Qd4 21. Rf4 Kg8
$2 (21... Bd7 $142 $5 $16) 22. Rd1 $18 Qxe3+ 23. Nxe3 Ne7 24. Rdf1 Bd7 (24...
Re8 $18) 25. R1f3 Rfd8 (25... Bb5 26. c4 Bd7 27. Rg3 $18) 26. Rg3 Kf8 (26... b5
$18 {there is nothing better in the position}) 27. Rh4 g6 28. Bc4 Kg7 29. f6+
$1 {Clearance to allow f4-f7} Kxf6 {Decoy to f6} 30. Rf3+ Ke5 31. Rxf7 Nc8 32.
c3 c6 (32... d5 {a fruitless try to alter the course of the game} 33. Bxd5 (33.
Nxd5 $143 Be6 34. Rxc7 Nd6 $18) (33. exd5 $143 Nd6 34. Re7+ Kf6 $18) 33... Nb6
34. Bxb7 $18) 33. Bb3 d5 34. exd5 Nb6 35. dxc6 bxc6 (35... Bxc6 {
doesn't do any good} 36. Rh6 Rd7 37. Rxg6 Rxf7 38. Re6+ Kf4 39. g3+ Kg5 40. h4+
Kh5 41. Re5+ Kg6 42. Rg5+ Kh7 43. Bxf7 $18) 36. Rd4 a5 37. Bc2 (37. Re7+ {
keeps an even firmer grip} Kf6 38. Rde4 Rf8 $18) 37... Be8 (37... Ke6 {
does not save the day} 38. Bxg6 Rf8 39. Rh7 $18) 38. Re7+ Kf6 39. Rde4 Bd7 40.
Bb3 Rf8 (40... Re8 {is not the saving move} 41. Ng4+ Bxg4 42. Rxe8 Rxe8 43.
Rxe8 $18 (43. Rxg4 $6 {is not possible} Re2 $16)) 41. h4 g5 42. hxg5+ Kxg5 43.
R4e5+ Kf6 44. g4 Rg8 45. Bxg8 Rxg8 46. Kf2 Na4 (46... Nc8 {
cannot change what is in store for ?} 47. g5+ Rxg5 48. Rxg5 Kxe7 49. Rxa5 $18)
47. Kg3 Bc8 48. Re8 Rxe8 49. Rxe8 Be6 (49... Bd7 {cannot change destiny} 50.
Rb8 $18) 50. Ra8 Nxb2 51. Rxa5 Nd3 (51... c5 {is no salvation} 52. a4 Nd3 53.
Ra6 $18) 52. a4 Bc8 53. Rh5 Ne5 54. Rh8 Ba6 55. Ra8 Bb7 56. Rb8 Ba6 57. Rb6 Bc8
58. a5 Ke6 (58... Kg5 {doesn't improve anything} 59. a6 Bxa6 60. Rxa6 Nf7 61.
Rxc6 Nd8 62. Ra6 Ne6 63. Ng2 Nc7 64. Rc6 Ne6 65. Nf4 Nxf4 66. Rc5+ Nd5 67.
Rxd5+ Kf6 68. Rf5+ Ke7 69. g5 Kd6 70. g6 Ke7 71. Kf4 Kd6 72. g7 Ke7 73. g8=Q
Kd6 74. Qg6+ Ke7 75. Rf7+ Ke8 76. Qg8#) 59. a6 Bxa6 60. Rxa6 Kd6 (60... Ke7 {
cannot undo what has already been done} 61. Kf4 Ng6+ 62. Kg5 Ne5 63. Kf5 Kd6
64. g5 Nf7 65. g6 Nh6+ 66. Kg5 Ng8 67. Ra8 Ne7 68. g7 Kc5 69. Kf6 Nd5+ 70. Nxd5
Kc4 71. Ne3+ Kd3 72. g8=Q c5 73. Qc4+ Kxe3 74. Ra2 Kf3 75. Kg5 Kg3 76. Qg4#)
61. Kf4 Ke6 (61... Ng6+ {does not improve anything} 62. Kg5 Ne5 63. Kf5 Nf3 64.
g5 Kc5 65. Kf6 Kb5 66. Ra8 Nd2 67. g6 Ne4+ 68. Ke5 Ng5 69. Kf5 Kb6 70. Kxg5 Kb7
71. Re8 c5 72. g7 c4 73. g8=Q Ka6 74. Re6+ Ka5 75. Qb8 Ka4 76. Qb4#) 62. Ke4
Nf7 63. Rxc6+ Nd6+ (63... Kd7 {doesn't help} 64. Rf6 Nd6+
65. Rxd6+ Kxd6 66. Kf5 Kc5 67. g5 Kd6 68. Kf6 Kc5 69. g6 Kd6 70. g7 Kd7 71.
g8=Q Kc7 72. Qc4+ Kb7 73. Nd5 Ka8 74. Qa6+ Kb8 75. Qb6+ Kc8 76. Qc7#) 64. Rxd6+
$1 {a brilliant end} Kxd6 {A deflection} 65. Kf5 Kc5 (65... Kc6 {
doesn't change the outcome of the game} 66. g5 Kb5 67. Ke5 Ka4 68. g6 Kb3 69.
g7 Kxc3 70. g8=Q Kb4 71. Qc4+ Ka5 72. Ke6 Kb6 73. Nd5+ Ka5 74. Qb4+ Ka6 75.
Qb6#) 66. g5 Kd6 (66... Kb5 {hardly improves anything} 67. g6 Ka4 68. Ke4 Kb3
69. g7 Kxc3 70. g8=Q Kb4 71. Qc4+ Ka5 72. Kd4 Kb6 73. Nd5+ Ka5 74. Qb4+ Ka6 75.
Qb6#) 67. g6 Ke7 68. Nd5+ Kd6 (68... Ke8 {does not win a prize} 69. c4 Kd7 70.
g7 Kc6 71. g8=Q Kc5 72. Ke4 Kxc4 73. Qb8 Kc5 74. Qb6+ Kc4 75. Qb4#) 69. Ke4 Kc5
(69... Ke6 {doesn't change anything anymore} 70. c4 Kd7 71. g7 Kc6 72. g8=Q Kb7
73. Qd8 Ka7 74. Qb6+ Ka8 75. Nc7#) 70. g7 Kd6 (70... Kc4 {
does not solve anything} 71. g8=Q Kb3 72. Qb8+ Ka2 73. Ne3 Ka1 74. Nc4 Ka2 75.
Qb2#) 71. g8=Q Kc5 72. Qc8+ Kb5 73. Qb7+ Kc5 (73... Ka5 {does not help much}
74. Qb4+ Ka6 75. Qb6#) 74. Qb6+ Kc4 75. Qb4# 1-0


[Event "Stockfish 1 v Stockfish 8 - Short"]
[Date "2017.07.27"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 1"]
[White-Elo "2753"]
[Black "Stockfish 8"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]

1. e4 e6 2. Nf3 d5 3. e5 c5 4. d4 cxd4 5. Qxd4 Nc6 6. Bb5 Ne7 7. Nc3 Bd7 8.
Qg4 Ng6 9. O-O h5 10. Qg3 h4 11. Qh3 a6 12. Bxc6 bxc6 13. Re1 Qc7 14. Bg5
Rb8 15. Nd1 Rb4 16. a3 Nf4 17. Bxf4 Rxf4 18. Nc3 Bc5 19. Ne2 Re4 20. Nc3
Rc4 21. Rac1 a5 22. Nd1 Rf4 23. Ra1 f6 24. g4 Qd8 25. Ne3 fxe5 26. Nxe5 O-O
27. Re2 Be8 28. Rae1 Bd4 29. Nd1 Bxe5 30. Rxe5 Bg6 31. Rxe6 Qg5 32. R6e3 d4
33. Re5 Rxg4+ 34. Kh1 Qf4 35. f3 Qxf3+ 36. Qxf3 Rxf3 37. R5e2 Bf7 38. Rg2
Bd5 39. Kg1 Rxg2+ 40. Kxg2 Rc3+ 41. Kg1 Rxc2 42. h3 Rc1 43. Kf2 Bb3 44. Re4
Rxd1 45. Rxh4 c5 46. Re4 Rd2+ 47. Re2 Rxe2+ 48. Kxe2 g5 49. Kd3 Kf8 50. Kd2
Kf7 51. Kc1 Be6 52. Kd2 Bxh3 53. Ke2 g4 54. Kf2 c4 55. a4 d3 56. Ke3 g3 57.
b3 cxb3 58. Kd2 b2 59. Ke3 b1=Q 60. Kd2 g2 61. Ke3 g1=Q+ 62. Ke4 Qb4+ 63.
Kxd3 Qb3+ 64. Ke4 Qge3# 0-1


[Event "Stockfish 1 v Stockfish 8 - Analysis"]
[Date "2017.07.27"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 1"]
[White-Elo "2753"]
[Black "Stockfish 8"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Time "60 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "0-1"]

1. e4 e6 2. Nf3 d5 3. e5 c5 4. d4 cxd4 5. Qxd4
Nc6 6. Bb5 {last book move} Nge7 7. Nc3 (7. O-O Qc7 $15) 7... Bd7 8. Qg4 Ng6 9.
O-O h5 10. Qg3 h4 11. Qh3 a6 12. Bxc6 bxc6 13. Re1 Qc7 14. Bg5 {
Black cannot castle queen side} Rb8 15. Nd1 (15. Rab1 Rb4 $15) 15... Rb4 $17
16. a3 Nf4 17. Bxf4 Rxf4 18. Nc3 (18. Nd2 f6 19. Qc3 fxe5 20. Qxe5 Qxe5 21.
Rxe5 Bd6 $17) 18... Bc5 19. Ne2 Re4 20. Nc3 Rc4 21. Rac1 a5 22. Nd1 Rf4 23. Ra1
f6 24. g4 (24. b4 $5 Bb6 25. c4 $19) 24... Qd8 25. Ne3 (25. Kh1 g5 $19) 25...
fxe5 26. Nxe5 O-O 27. Re2 (27. Ng6 Rf3 28. Qxh4 Qxh4 29. Nxh4 Rxf2 30. b4 axb4
31. axb4 Bxb4 32. Ng6 $19) 27... Be8 28. Rae1 (28. Nd3 {
cannot change what is in store for ?} Rf3 29. Qxf3 Rxf3 30. Nxc5 Bg6 $19) 28...
Bd4 29. Nd1 Bxe5 30. Rxe5 Bg6 31. Rxe6 Qg5 32. R6e3 (32. Kh1 {is the last straw
} Bxc2 33. R6e5 $19) 32... d4 33. Re5 Rxg4+ 34. Kh1 Qf4 35. f3 Qxf3+ 36. Qxf3
Rxf3 37. R5e2 Bf7 38. Rg2 Bd5 39. Kg1 Rxg2+ 40. Kxg2 Rc3+ 41. Kg1 Rxc2 42. h3 (
42. Kf1 $19 {what else?}) 42... Rc1 43. Kf2 (43. b4 {does not save the day}
axb4 44. axb4 Bf3 $19) 43... Bb3 44. Re4 (44. Re8+ {desperation} Kf7 45. Rb8
Bxd1 46. b4 axb4 47. axb4 $19) 44... Rxd1 45. Rxh4 c5 46. Re4 Rd2+ 47. Re2
Rxe2+ 48. Kxe2 g5 49. Kd3 Kf8 50. Kd2 Kf7 (50... Kg7 51. Kd3 Kf6 52. Kd2 Ke5
53. Ke2 Ke4 54. Kd2 Kf3 55. Kd3 a4 56. Kd2 c4 57. Ke1 c3 58. bxc3 dxc3 59. h4
g4 60. h5 g3 61. h6 g2 62. h7 g1=Q#) 51. Kc1 (51. Ke2 {is no salvation} a4 52.
Kd3 Be6 53. Ke2 Bxh3 54. Kf2 Be6 55. Kg3 g4 56. Kf4 d3 57. Ke3 g3 58. b3 axb3
59. a4 d2 60. Kxd2 g2 61. Ke3 g1=Q+ 62. Kf3 b2 63. a5 b1=Q 64. a6 Qb3+ 65. Ke2
Qbd1#) 51... Be6 52. Kd2 (52. b4 {doesn't help} cxb4 53.
axb4 axb4 54. Kd2 b3 55. Kd1 d3 56. Kc1 Bxh3 57. Kb2 d2 58. Kxb3 d1=Q+ 59. Kc3
Qc1+ 60. Kb3 Be6+ 61. Kb4 Qc4+ 62. Ka5 Qc5+ 63. Ka4 Qb6 64. Ka3 Qb3#) 52...
Bxh3 53. Ke2 (53. b4 {doesn't do any good} cxb4 54. axb4 axb4 55. Kc2 g4 56.
Kb2 g3 57. Kb3 g2 58. Kxb4 g1=Q 59. Kc4 Qe3 60. Kb5 Qc3 61. Kb6 Qb4+ 62. Kc7
Bg2 63. Kd8 Qb6+ 64. Kd7 Bh3#) 53... g4 54. Kf2 (54. b4 {cannot change destiny}
cxb4 55. axb4 axb4 56. Kd2 g3 57. Kd3 b3 58. Ke4 g2 59. Kd3 g1=Q 60. Kc4 Qe3
61. Kd5 b2 62. Kc4 b1=Q 63. Kd5 Qb6 64. Kc4 Be6#) 54... c4 55. a4 d3 56. Ke3 g3
57. b3 (57. Kf3 {is not much help} g2 58. Kf2 d2 59. Ke2 g1=Q 60. Kxd2 Qd4+ 61.
Ke2 Bg4+ 62. Kf1 Qxb2 63. Kg1 Bh3 64. Kh1 Qg2#) 57... cxb3 58. Kd2 (58. Kxd3 {
does not improve anything} g2 59. Kd2 b2 60. Kc2 g1=Q 61. Kxb2 Qc5 62. Kb1 Qc3
63. Ka2 Qc1 64. Kb3 Be6#) 58... b2 59. Ke3 (59. Kxd3 {
doesn't change the outcome of the game} b1=Q+ 60. Kd2 g2 61. Ke3 g1=Q+ 62. Kf3
Qb3+ 63. Ke2 Qge3#) 59... b1=Q 60. Kd2 g2 61. Ke3 g1=Q+ 62. Ke4 Qb4+ 63. Kxd3
Qb3+ 64. Ke4 Qge3# 0-1

TheARBChessSys
14-08-2017, 11:34 PM
Stockfish 8 v Stockfish 8 - The (14) Queens Game :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8VNyy9r01Q

TheARBChessSys
15-08-2017, 10:48 PM
[Event "Stockfish 8 v Stockfish 8 - The (14) Queens Game :) - Short"]
[Date "2017.08.14"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 8"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "qqqqkqqq/pppppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPPPPP/QQQQKQQQ w - - 0 1"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. d4 d5 2. c4 b6 3. g4 e6 4. cxd5 exd5 5. e3 g6 6. Qg3 Qfe7 7. b4 Kf8 8.
Qac3 Qhf6 9. Qfe2 c6 10. f4 c5 11. g5 Qfd6 12. bxc5 bxc5 13. Qxc5 Qdxc5 14.
dxc5 Qxb1 15. Qxb1 Qexc5 16. Kf2 Qg7 17. Qbd3 Qgc3 18. Qxc3 Qxc3 19. Qgf3
d4 20. Qxa8 Qxa8 21. Qxa8 dxe3+ 22. Qxe3 Qxe3+ 23. Kxe3 Qxa8 24. a4 Qg2 25.
Qd8+ Kg7 26. Qd4+ Kg8 27. Qd8+ Kg7 28. h4 Qg3+ 29. Ke4 Qg2+ 30. Ke3 Qg3+
31. Ke4 Qe1+ 32. Kf3 Qxh4 33. Qd4+ Kf8 34. Qh8+ Ke7 35. Qf6+ Kf8 36. Qd8+
Kg7 37. Qd4+ Kf8 38. Qe5 Qh1+ 39. Kf2 a6 40. Qh8+ Ke7 41. Qf6+ Kf8 42. Qh8+
Ke7 43. Qe5+ Kf8 44. Qb8+ Ke7 45. Qe5+ Kf8 {3-fold repetition} 1/2-1/2


[Event "Stockfish 8 v Stockfish 8 - The (14) Queens Game :) - Analysis"]
[Date "2017.08.14"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 8"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "qqqqkqqq/pppppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPPPPP/QQQQKQQQ w - - 0 1"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. d4 d5 2. c4 b6 3. g4 e6 4. cxd5 exd5 5. e3 g6 6. Qg3 Qfe7 7. b4 Kf8 8. Qac3
Qhf6 9. Qfe2 c6 10. f4 c5 11. g5 {This push gains space} Qfd6 12. bxc5 bxc5 13.
Qxc5 Qdxc5 14. dxc5 Qxb1 15. Qxb1 Qexc5 16. Kf2 Qg7 17. Qbd3 {
The pressure on the isolated pawn grows} Qgc3 18. Qxc3 Qxc3 19. Qgf3 d4 20.
Qxa8 Qxa8 21. Qxa8 dxe3+ 22. Qxe3 Qxe3+ (22... Qxa8 {
leads to a non-trivial mate} 23. Qxc3 Qe8 24. Qh8+ Ke7 25. Qe5+ Kf8 26. Qdd6+
Kg8 27. Qxe8+ Kg7 28. Qf6#) 23. Kxe3 Qxa8 24. a4 Qg2 25. Qd8+ Kg7 26. Qd4+ Kg8
27. Qd8+ Kg7 28. h4 Qg3+ 29. Ke4 Qg2+ 30. Ke3 Qg3+ 31. Ke4 Qe1+ 32. Kf3 Qxh4
33. Qd4+ Kf8 34. Qh8+ Ke7 35. Qf6+ Kf8 36. Qd8+ Kg7 37. Qd4+ Kf8 38. Qe5 Qh1+
39. Kf2 a6 40. Qh8+ Ke7 41. Qf6+ Kf8 42. Qh8+ Ke7 43. Qe5+ Kf8 44. Qb8+ Ke7 45.
Qe5+ Kf8 {3-fold repetition} 1/2-1/2

TheARBChessSys
16-08-2017, 11:38 PM
Stockfish 8 v Stockfish 8 - The (14) Rooks Game :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5EsWnoCKOm0

Kevin Bonham
16-08-2017, 11:57 PM
Moderation Notice

I have merged still more ARBChessSys posts for which new threads had been started above.

It has been made clear before that we don't mind having these posts here but we not want a new thread here for every post. Keep them to one or two threads or if starting new threads at least keep the number of threads down by grouping related posts together.

Final warning for a year or two - will delete or ban if this keeps being an issue.

TheARBChessSys
17-08-2017, 09:54 AM
[Event "Stockfish 8 v Stockfish 8 - The (14) Rooks Game :) - Short"]
[Date "2017.08.15"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 8"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[Notice! Castling is VOID!]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "rrrrkrrr/pppppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPPPPP/RRRRKRRR w - - 0 1"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. d4 g5 2. f3 d5 3. c4 c6 4. e4 h5 5. Rc3 f6 6. Kf2 h4 7. Rfe1 dxc4 8.
Rxc4 g4 9. Rd3 e5 10. Rbd1 Kf7 11. Ree3 Rc7 12. d5 g3+ 13. Ke2 Rbc8 14.
Rac1 h3 15. R1d2 Rfe8 16. hxg3 Rxg3 17. gxh3 Rxg1 18. Rhxg1 Rxh3 19. Rc1c3
Rg8 20. Rxg8 Rxg8 21. Kd1 c5 22. a4 Rg1+ 23. Kc2 Rhh1 24. Ree2 b6 25. Rd1
a6 26. b4 a5 27. Rxg1 Rxg1 28. bxa5 Rxa5 29. Rd1 Rxd1 30. Kxd1 Rca7 31. Rb3
Rxa4 32. Rxa4 Rxa4 33. Rxb6 f5 34. exf5 Rh8 35. Rxe5 Rh2 36. Rb7+ Kf8 37.
Rb1 Rd4+ 38. Kc1 Rh1+ 39. Kc2 Rc4+ 40. Kd3 Rd4+ 41. Kc2 Rc4+ 42. Kd3 Rd4+
43. Kc2 {3-fold repetition} 1/2-1/2


[Event "Stockfish 8 v Stockfish 8 - The (14) Rooks Game :) - Analysis"]
[Date "2017.08.15"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 8"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[Notice! Castling is VOID!]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "rrrrkrrr/pppppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPPPPP/RRRRKRRR w - - 0 1"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. d4 g5 2. f3 d5 3. c4 c6 4. e4 h5 5. Rc3 f6 6. Kf2 h4 {Black wins space} 7.
Rfe1 dxc4 8. Rxc4 g4 9. Rd3 e5 10. Rbd1 Kf7 11. Ree3 Rc7 12. d5 {
White gains space} g3+ 13. Ke2 Rbc8 14. Rac1 h3 15. R1d2 Rfe8 16. hxg3 Rxg3 17.
gxh3 Rxg1 18. Rhxg1 Rxh3 19. R1c3 Rg8 20. Rxg8 Rxg8 21. Kd1 c5 22. a4 Rg1+ 23.
Kc2 Rhh1 24. Ree2 b6 25. Rd1 a6 26. b4 a5 27. Rxg1 Rxg1 28. bxa5 Rxa5 29. Rd1
Rxd1 30. Kxd1 Rca7 {Exerts pressure on the isolated pawn} 31. Rb3 Rxa4 32. Rxa4
Rxa4 33. Rxb6 f5 34. exf5 Rh8 35. Rxe5 Rh2 36. Rb7+ Kf8 37. Rb1 Rd4+ 38. Kc1
Rh1+ 39. Kc2 Rc4+ 40. Kd3 Rd4+ 41. Kc2 Rc4+ 42. Kd3 Rd4+
43. Kc2 {3-fold repetition} 1/2-1/2

TheARBChessSys
17-08-2017, 09:56 AM
Stockfish 8 v Stockfish 8 - The (14) Bishops Game :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxCGU5vr5XE

TheARBChessSys
17-08-2017, 07:09 PM
[Event "Stockfish 8 v Stockfish 8 - The (14) Bishops Game :) - Short"]
[Date "2017.08.16"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 8"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "bbbbkbbb/pppppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPPPPP/BBBBKBBB w - - 0 1"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. b3 b6 2. c4 c5 3. Bdc2 Bdc7 4. Bxh7 Bxh2 5. g3 Bxh1 6. Bxh2 Bxh7 7. Bxh7
Bc6 8. d3 e5 9. Bf5 g6 10. B5h3 B8b7 11. g4 Bc7 12. e4 b5 13. g5 Bhg7 14.
Bd2 d6 15. Be2 b4 16. Bb2 Be7 17. f4 Bcd8 18. Bd1 a5 19. Kf1 Bd7 20. Bxd7+
Kxd7 21. Bg4+ Ke8 22. a4 bxa3 23. Bxa3 Bc6 24. Bd1 exf4 25. Bdxf4 Bgf8 26.
Bac1 Kd7 27. Bcd2 Bc7 28. Bde3 Bb6 29. Kg2 Bg7 30. Bd2 Bc7 31. Bhg3 Bb2 32.
Bge1 Bed8 33. Bc3 Bxc3 34. Bxc3 Ke8 35. Bc2 d5 36. cxd5 Bxf4 37. dxc6 Bdc7
38. Bd1 Bxg5 39. Bg4 Ke7 40. Kf3 Bf6 41. Bd2 Kd6 42. Bd7 Be5 43. Bg5 Bb2
44. Be3 Be5 45. Kg4 Bd8 46. Bh6 Bd4 47. Kf4 B8f6 48. Kf3 Bd8 49. Ke2 Be5
50. Bd2 Bc7 51. Kf3 Bd4 52. Bf4+ Be5 53. Bh6 Bd8 54. Bc1 Bh2 55. Be3 Be5
56. Kg4 Bb6 57. Bh6 Bd8 58. Bd2 Bb6 59. Be1 Bc7 60. Kf3 Bd8 61. Ke3 Bb6 62.
Kd2 Bd8 63. Ke2 Bd4 64. Bd2 Be5 65. Kf2 Bc7 66. Kg2 Ke7 67. Be1 Bd4 68. Kh3
f6 69. Kg4 Bde5 70. Kf3 Bd4 71. Ke2 Bde5 72. Ke3 Bg3 73. Bc3 Bgf4+ 74. Ke2
Bfe5 75. Be1 Bg3 76. Bc3 Bge5 77. Bd2 Bf4 78. Bc3 Bfe5 1/2-1/2



[Event "Stockfish 8 v Stockfish 8 - The (14) Bishops Game :) - Analysis"]
[Date "2017.08.16"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 8"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "bbbbkbbb/pppppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPPPPP/BBBBKBBB w - - 0 1"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. b3 b6 2. c4 c5 3. Bdc2 Bdc7 4. Bxh7 Bxh2 5. g3 {Covers f4.} Bxh1 6. Bxh2
Bxh7 7. Bxh7 Bc6 8. d3 {Controls e4} e5 9. Bf5 g6 10. B5h3 B8b7 11. g4 Bc7 12.
e4 b5 13. g5 Bhg7 14. Bd2 d6 15. Be2 b4 {Black gets more space} 16. Bb2 Be7 17.
f4 Bcd8 18. Bd1 a5 19. Kf1 Bd7 20. Bxd7+ Kxd7 21. Bg4+ Ke8 22. a4 bxa3 23. Bxa3
Bc6 24. Bd1 exf4 25. Bdxf4 Bgf8 (25... Bxg5 $2 {is worthless because of} 26.
Bxg5 Bxg5 27. Bxd6 $18) 26. Bac1 Kd7 27. Bcd2 Bc7 28. Bde3 Bb6 29. Kg2 Bg7 30.
Bd2 Bc7 31. Bhg3 Bb2 32. Bge1 {Attacks the isolani on a5} Bed8 33. Bc3 Bxc3 34.
Bxc3 Ke8 35. Bc2 d5 36. cxd5 Bxf4 37. dxc6 Bdc7 38. Bd1 Bxg5 39. Bg4 Ke7 40.
Kf3 Bf6 41. Bd2 Kd6 42. Bd7 Be5 43. Bg5 Bb2 44. Be3 Be5 45. Kg4 Bd8 46. Bh6 Bd4
47. Kf4 B8f6 48. Kf3 Bd8 49. Ke2 Be5 50. Bd2 Bc7 51. Kf3 Bd4 52. Bf4+ Be5 53.
Bh6 Bd8 54. Bc1 Bh2 55. Be3 Be5 56. Kg4 Bb6 57. Bh6 Bd8 58. Bd2 Bb6 59. Be1 Bc7
60. Kf3 Bd8 61. Ke3 Bb6 62. Kd2 Bd8 63. Ke2 Bd4 64. Bd2 Be5 65. Kf2 Bc7 66. Kg2
Ke7 67. Be1 Bd4 68. Kh3 f6 69. Kg4 Bde5 70. Kf3 Bd4 71. Ke2 Bde5 72. Ke3 Bg3
73. Bc3 Bgf4+ 74. Ke2 Bfe5 75. Be1 Bg3 76. Bc3 Bge5 77. Bd2 Bf4 78. Bc3 Bfe5
1/2-1/2

TheARBChessSys
18-08-2017, 12:54 AM
Stockfish 8 v Stockfish 8 - The (14) Knights Game :)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToL1NeA2Vyg

TheARBChessSys
19-08-2017, 05:41 AM
[Event "Stockfish 8 v Stockfish 8 - The (14) Knights Game :) - Short"]
[Date "2017.08.17"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 8"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "nnnnknnn/pppppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPPPPP/NNNNKNNN w - - 0 1"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. d4 d5 2. Nhg3 Nbc6 3. Nab3 Nf6 4. Nbc3 Nd6 5. Nfd2 Nfe6 6. Ngf3 a5 7. a3
Nb6 8. e3 g5 9. Ne5 Ng6 10. Nxg6 hxg6 11. h3 Ng7 12. Nd3 Ngf5 13. Ne5 Nxg3
14. fxg3 e6 15. g4 Nh7 16. Nxc6 Nxc6 17. Nc5 Nd7 18. b3 b6 19. Nxd7 Kxd7
20. Ke2 f5 21. Nf3 Nf7 22. Nb5 Nb8 23. c4 c6 24. Nbc3 Nf6 25. gxf5 gxf5 26.
Na4 Kc7 27. c5 b5 28. Nab2 Nbd7 29. Nd3 Ne4 30. h4 g4 31. Ng1 Kd8 32. Ke1
Nh8 33. N1f2 Ke7 34. Nf4 e5 35. dxe5 Nxe5 36. Nxe4 fxe4 37. Nge2 Nhf7 38.
Nd4 Kf6 39. Kf2 Nd8 40. b4 Nc4 41. Nh5+ Kg6 42. Nf4+ Kf6 43. Nh5+ Kg6 44.
Nf4+ Kf6 1/2-1/2


[Event "Stockfish 8 v Stockfish 8 - The (14) Knights Game :) - Analysis"]
[Date "2017.08.17"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 8"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "nnnnknnn/pppppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPPPPP/NNNNKNNN w - - 0 1"]
[Termination "normal"]

1. d4 d5 2. Nhg3 Nbc6 3. Nab3 Nf6 4. Nbc3 Nd6 5. Nfd2 Nfe6 6. Ngf3 a5 7. a3 {
Secures b4} Nb6 8. e3 {Controls f4} g5 9. Ne5 Ng6 10. Nxg6 hxg6 11. h3 {
Covers g4} Ng7 12. Nd3 Ngf5 13. Ne5 Nxg3 14. fxg3 e6 15. g4 Nh7 16. Nxc6 Nxc6
17. Nc5 Nd7 18. b3 {Prevents intrusion on c4} b6 19. Nxd7 Kxd7 20. Ke2 f5
21. Nf3 Nf7 22. Nb5 Nb8 23. c4 c6 24. Nbc3 Nf6 25. gxf5 gxf5 26. Na4 {
White intends c5} Kc7 {Black plans g4} 27. c5 b5 28. Nab2 Nbd7 29. Nd3 Ne4 30.
h4 g4 31. Ng1 Kd8 32. Ke1 Nh8 33. N1f2 Ke7 34. Nf4 e5 35. dxe5 Nxe5 ({Not}
35... Ndxc5 36. b4 Nxf2 37. Kxf2 axb4 38. axb4 Ne4+ 39. Ke1 $16) 36. Nxe4 fxe4
37. Nge2 Nhf7 38. Nd4 Kf6 39. Kf2 Nd8 40. b4 Nc4 41. Nh5+ Kg6 42. Nf4+ Kf6 43.
Nh5+ Kg6 44. Nf4+ Kf6 1/2-1/2

TheARBChessSys
25-09-2017, 08:20 AM
Stockfish (The A.R.B Chess System - Version) Help needed! :)

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/fishcooking/5dNrDobzmgk


Anthony.R.Brown

TheARBChessSys
11-01-2018, 11:19 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSuCu9ZNv4w

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-tp5AI2iWwAg/Wla6F074ISI/AAAAAAAAA90/UW1VFe4zp0Al_FWstctmnR1wbptDptprgCJoC/w530-h442-n-rw/AlphaZero%2B%2528Chess%2529%2BCopied%2521%2BThe%2B A.R.B%2BChess%2BSystem%2B%2BA.R.B%2B%253A%2529.jpg

TheARBChessSys
12-01-2018, 07:47 AM
I put the Question to Demis Hassabis at his Twitter @demishassabis

Hi Demis it's a bit difficult to get a direct Question & Answer to you :) So I will try this...what do you think about... AlphaZero (Chess) Copied! The A.R.B Chess System A.R.B :)

https://twitter.com/demishassabis/status/939260541591347200



A.R.B :)

TheARBChessSys
13-01-2018, 08:05 PM
The A.R.B Chess System...

Official Site :) https://www.youtube.com/user/COMPUTERSTOPBUILD/videos

https://chessprogramming.wikispaces.com/The+A.R.B+Chess+System

An opening system developed by Anthony.R.Brown more than 35 years ago (1983) (as of 2018) as a response to the growing strength of Chess engines
The apparently passive system gives the programs a FALSE! initial space advantage by allowing them to push center pawns Etc.

(In 1983, the first chess microcomputer beat a master in tournament play. BELLE became the first chess computer to attain a master's rating when, in October, 1983, its USCF rating was 2203)

The A.R.B Chess System is the First & Only Chess System in the History of Chess to play (6)
Pawns first in the Opening before any Main Pieces are played :)
Whether playing White or Black...

The Six Pawns for White or Black (Reversed) are Moved forward by one rank only,
Except if there is a Need to Block a Check or Stop a Piece being Captured Etc.

The Move Order is One of the Most important things concerning how the First Six Pawns are Played!

Below Playing for White is how the System plays the first Six Pawn Moves in Move Order Preference...

1. e3 (Most Moves!) 2. d3 (Most Moves!) 3. h3 (Most Moves!) 4. a3 (Most Moves!)
5. g3 (Most Moves!) 6. (Most Moves!) b3

And Below Playing for Black is how the System plays the first Six Pawn Moves in Move Order Preference...

1. (Most Moves!) e6 2. (Most Moves!) d6 3. (Most Moves!) h6 4. (Most Moves!) a6
5. (Most Moves!) g6 6. (Most Moves!) b6

Other strategies are characterized by closing the center, no or delayed castling , and provoking other early pawn advances by the programs,
yielding in long term weaknesses.

AlphaZero (Chess) 1st, 2nd & 3rd Copied! references.



A.R.B :)

Anthony.R.Brown (2018)

TheARBChessSys
14-01-2018, 10:16 PM
Pawn-structures: Why pawns are the soul of chess...

https://chessfox.com/pawn-structures-why-pawns-are-the-soul-of-chess/

TheARBChessSys
16-01-2018, 11:25 PM
What is the importance of pawns in the endgame ?...

https://chess.stackexchange.com/questions/676/what-is-the-importance-of-pawns-in-the-endgame

TheARBChessSys
25-01-2018, 09:30 PM
Below is a Very interesting game!,where The A.R.B Chess System is played (1st 6 Pawns Only) for both sides White & Black.
Using Stockfish 8 played at "180 Seconds Each Per Move" with Ponder & TB's off!
The interest is how Stockfish plays the Pawn structure for both sides as the game progresses,even though Stockfish is not able to play (T.A.R.B.C.S),
Once the (1st 6 Pawns) for both sides have been played.

What is very intersting is that Stockfish Castles on opposite sides in a symmetrical Pawn formation,with both sides having 1(4) & 1(3) Pawn islands.
(T.A.R.B.C.S) Pawn formation shows how hard it is for Stockfish to find a Win for either side! :)


[Event "The A.R.B Chess System SF8 v SF8"]
[Date "2018.01.23"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8 Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 8 Chess Program"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System (1st 6 Pawns Only) W&B"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]

1. e3 e6 2. d3 d6 3. h3 h6 4. a3 a6 5. g3 g6 6. b3 b6 7. Bb2 e5 8. Bg2 Ra7
9. d4 Nd7 10. Nc3 Ngf6 11. g4 exd4 12. Qxd4 Bg7 13. Nge2 O-O 14. O-O-O Re8
15. Qf4 Nc5 16. Nd4 Bb7 17. Bxb7 Rxb7 18. f3 Ne6 19. Nxe6 Rxe6 20. e4 b5
21. Ne2 Nd7 22. Qd2 Qg5 23. f4 Qc5 24. e5 Re7 25. exd6 Re6 26. Bxg7 Kxg7
27. Qc3+ Qxc3 28. Nxc3 cxd6 29. Kb2 Nb6 30. f5 gxf5 31. gxf5 Re3 32. Na2 d5
33. Nb4 a5 34. Nxd5 Nxd5 35. Rxd5 Kf6 36. Rd6+ Kg5 37. Rg1+ Kh5 38. f6 Re5
39. b4 axb4 40. axb4 Rg5 41. Rf1 Rc7 42. c3 Rc8 43. Rb6 Kg6 44. Rf3 Re8 45.
h4 Rd5 46. Kb3 Re1 47. Rb8 Rb1+ 48. Kc2 Ra1 49. Rf4 Rh1 50. Rf2 Kh5 51. Rg8
Re5 52. Rf8 Ra1 53. Kb3 Ra7 54. Rc8 Kxh4 55. Rc5 Rg5 56. Rh2+ Kg4 57. Rxh6
Rxc5 58. bxc5 Kg5 59. Rh7 Kg6 60. Rh8 Kxf6 61. Rh6+ Ke7 62. Kb4 Kd7 63.
Kxb5 Rb7+ 64. Kc4 Rb1 65. Rf6 Rc1 66. Rxf7+ Kc6 67. Rf6+ Kc7 68. Rd6 Ra1
69. Rb6 Rc1 70. Ra6 Rg1 71. Ra8 Kc6 72. Rc8+ Kb7 73. Rf8 Rc1 74. Rf4 Kc6
75. Re4 Ra1 76. Re6+ Kc7 77. Rg6 Rc1 78. Rg5 Rh1 79. Rg7+ Kc6 80. Rg6+ Kc7
81. c6 Kb6 82. c7+ Kxc7 83. Kc5 Rh5+ 84. Kb4 Rh1 85. Kc4 Ra1 86. Kb5 Rc1
87. Rg7+ Kc8 88. c4 Re1 89. c5 Re6 90. Rg1 Rh6 91. Rg8+ Kb7 92. Rg7+ Kc8
93. Ra7 Re6 94. Rh7 Rg6 95. Rh8+ Kb7 96. Rh5 Kc7 97. Re5 Kb7 98. Re1 Kc7
99. Re7+ Kc8 100. Rf7 Re6 101. Ka4 Kd8 102. Ra7 Rh6 103. Kb5 Kc8 104. Kc4
Re6 105. Rf7 Rc6 106. Kb4 Rh6 107. Ka5 Rc6 108. Rf8+ Kb7 109. Rf5 Kc7 110.
Kb5 Re6 111. Rf4 Rg6 112. Rf8 Kb7 113. Rf5 Kc7 114. Rf1 Kd7 115. Rb1 Kc7
116. Rd1 Rc6 117. Rc1 Re6 118. Ra1 Rf6 119. Rg1 Kb7 120. Rg7+ Kb8 121. Kc4
Kc8 122. Kd5 Ra6 123. Kd4 Rf6 124. Rh7 Rc6 125. Rh8+ Kc7 126. Rh7+ Kc8 127.
Rh1 Kc7 128. Rh7+ Kc8 {3-fold repetition 1/2-1/2} *


[Event "The A.R.B Chess System SF8 v SF8"]
[Date "2018.01.23"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8 Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 8 Chess Program"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System (1st 6 Pawns Only) W&B"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]

1. e3 e6 2. d3 d6 3. h3 h6 4. a3 a6 5. g3 g6 6. b3 b6 7. Bb2 e5 8. Bg2 Ra7
9. d4 Nd7 10. Nc3 Ngf6 11. g4 exd4 12. Qxd4 Bg7 13. Nge2 O-O 14. O-O-O Re8
15. Qf4 Nc5 16. Nd4 Bb7 17. Bxb7 Rxb7 18. f3 Ne6 19. Nxe6 Rxe6 20. e4 b5
21. Ne2 Nd7 22. Qd2 Qg5 23. f4 Qc5 24. e5 Re7 25. exd6 Re6 26. Bxg7 Kxg7
27. Qc3+ Qxc3 28. Nxc3 cxd6 29. Kb2 Nb6 30. f5 gxf5 31. gxf5 Re3 32. Na2 d5
33. Nb4 a5 34. Nxd5 Nxd5 35. Rxd5 Kf6 36. Rd6+ Kg5 37. Rg1+ Kh5 38. f6 Re5
39. b4 axb4 40. axb4 Rg5 41. Rf1 Rc7 42. c3 Rc8 43. Rb6 Kg6 44. Rf3 Re8 45.
h4 Rd5 46. Kb3 Re1 47. Rb8 Rb1+ 48. Kc2 Ra1 49. Rf4 Rh1 50. Rf2 Kh5 51. Rg8
Re5 52. Rf8 Ra1 53. Kb3 Ra7 54. Rc8 Kxh4 55. Rc5 Rg5 56. Rh2+ Kg4 57. Rxh6
Rxc5 58. bxc5 Kg5 59. Rh7 Kg6 60. Rh8 Kxf6 61. Rh6+ Ke7 62. Kb4 Kd7 63.
Kxb5 Rb7+ 64. Kc4 Rb1 65. Rf6 Rc1 66. Rxf7+ Kc6 67. Rf6+ Kc7 68. Rd6 Ra1
69. Rb6 Rc1 70. Ra6 Rg1 71. Ra8 Kc6 72. Rc8+ Kb7 73. Rf8 Rc1 74. Rf4 Kc6
75. Re4 Ra1 76. Re6+ Kc7 77. Rg6 Rc1 78. Rg5 Rh1 79. Rg7+ Kc6 80. Rg6+ Kc7
81. c6 Kb6 82. c7+ Kxc7 83. Kc5 Rh5+ 84. Kb4 Rh1 85. Kc4 Ra1 86. Kb5 Rc1
87. Rg7+ Kc8 88. c4 Re1 89. c5 Re6 90. Rg1 Rh6 91. Rg8+ Kb7 92. Rg7+ Kc8
93. Ra7 Re6 94. Rh7 Rg6 95. Rh8+ Kb7 96. Rh5 Kc7 97. Re5 Kb7 98. Re1 Kc7
99. Re7+ Kc8 100. Rf7 Re6 101. Ka4 Kd8 102. Ra7 Rh6 103. Kb5 Kc8 104. Kc4
Re6 105. Rf7 Rc6 106. Kb4 Rh6 107. Ka5 Rc6 108. Rf8+ Kb7 109. Rf5 Kc7 110.
Kb5 Re6 111. Rf4 Rg6 112. Rf8 Kb7 113. Rf5 Kc7 114. Rf1 Kd7 115. Rb1 Kc7
116. Rd1 Rc6 117. Rc1 Re6 118. Ra1 Rf6 119. Rg1 Kb7 120. Rg7+ Kb8 121. Kc4
Kc8 122. Kd5 Ra6 123. Kd4 Rf6 124. Rh7 Rc6 125. Rh8+ Kc7 126. Rh7+ Kc8 127.
Rh1 Kc7 128. Rh7+ Kc8 {3-fold repetition 1/2-1/2} *

TheARBChessSys
26-01-2018, 04:43 AM
rn1qk2r/1bp1npb1/pp1pp2p/6p1/2NPPB2/2PB1N2/PP3PPP/R2QR1K1 w kq - 0 11

Move (10) Black plays … g5 with a Score of -0.90 For Black :)

The Position above is the Start of {"Stockfish 8 Plays ? The A.R.B Chess System"}

All Whites moves from Move (1) to Move (10) are played by Stockfish 8

All Whites & Blacks moves from Move (11) to Move (138) are played by Stockfish 8

Even though Stockfish 8 is Not! able to play (T.A.R.B.C.S) Correct :) It’s interesting to see how it Calculates the difficulty of the Closed position, as it’s unable to find a way to Break through and find a Win for Black,where as (T.A.R.B.C.S) understands the position is about opening up certain lines leading to a (Long Term Strategic) Mating of Whites King!


[Event "Stockfish 8 Plays ? The A.R.B Chess System-Short"]
[Date "2017.03.01"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8 Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 8 Chess Program"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System - To Move (10)"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 a6 5. O-O g6 6. Nbd2 b6 7. c3 Bg7 8. Re1
Bb7 9. Nc4 Ne7 10. Bf4 g5 11. Bg3 Ng6 12. d5 e5 13. Nfd2 Nd7 14. Ne3 Bc8
15. f3 Nf6 16. Bf2 h5 17. Bc2 Kf8 18. Rf1 Bd7 19. a4 a5 20. c4 Qc8 21. Qe1
h4 22. Ra3 Bh6 23. Kh1 Rh7 24. Bd1 Nf4 25. Rg1 N6h5 26. Bc2 Bg7 27. Ndf1
Nf6 28. Qd2 N6h5 29. Nf5 Bxf5 30. exf5 Rh8 31. Be4 Qa6 32. b3 Qc8 33. h3
Qd7 34. Ne3 Ke7 35. Qe1 Ra6 36. Bb1 Bf6 37. Kh2 Bg7 38. Rf1 Bf6 39. Ra2
Rha8 40. Ng4 Bg7 41. Be4 Kd8 42. Rc2 Kc8 43. Rg1 Kb7 44. Qd2 Nf6 45. Ra1
Qd8 46. Nxf6 Bxf6 47. Rca2 Kb8 48. Kg1 Kb7 49. Rc2 Kb8 50. Be3 R6a7 51. Re1
Rb7 52. Rb2 Rba7 53. Kh2 Kc8 54. Rbb1 Kb7 55. Kg1 Qd7 56. Bf2 Ra6 57. Red1
Nh5 58. Rb2 Nf4 59. Qc2 Qd8 60. Ra2 Kc8 61. Qd2 Kd7 62. Re1 Ke7 63. Qe3 Qd7
64. Rb2 Kd8 65. Kh2 Ke8 66. Rd1 Ke7 67. Rbd2 Kf8 68. Kg1 Kg7 69. Re1 Rh8
70. Rc1 Re8 71. Rdc2 Raa8 72. Re1 Rh8 73. Rb2 Qc8 74. Rd2 Re8 75. Rc2 Qb7
76. Rec1 Kh7 77. Rd2 Nh5 78. Qd3 Nf4 79. Qb1 Rg8 80. Qb2 Qc8 81. Be3 Nh5
82. Qc2 Ng3 83. Bd3 Kg7 84. Re1 Nh5 85. Be4 Ng3 86. Rdd1 Rh8 87. Ra1 Kf8
88. Bf2 Nh5 89. Reb1 Kg7 90. Qd2 Nf4 91. b4 axb4 92. Rxb4 Kf8 93. Ra3 Qd7
94. Be3 Nh5 95. Kh2 Ng3 96. Qd3 Kg7 97. Bf2 Nh5 98. Qd2 Rhc8 99. Kg1 Kg8
100. Be3 Qd8 101. Rb1 Ng3 102. Rb5 Nh5 103. Bf2 Qd7 104. Rb4 Rcb8 105. Be3
Qe7 106. Qe1 Ra5 107. Bf2 Rba8 108. Kh2 Qd7 109. Bc2 e4 110. fxe4 Be5+ 111.
Kg1 Qe7 112. Qd1 Ng3 113. Be3 Qf6 114. Rd3 Kf8 115. Qg4 Bf4 116. Bxf4 gxf4
117. Rb1 Re8 118. Re1 Rxe4 119. Rxe4 Nxe4 120. Qxf4 Ng3 121. Kf2 c5 122.
Rd1 Ra8 123. Rd3 Re8 124. Re3 Nh5 125. Rxe8+ Kxe8 126. Qf3 Ng3 127. Qe3+
Kd7 128. Kf3 Kd8 129. Bd3 Kd7 130. Be4 Nf1 131. Qe1 Ng3 132. Bd3 Nxf5 133.
Qd2 Nh6+ 134. Qf4 Qc3 135. Qe3 Qf6+ 136. Qf4 Qc3 137. Qe3 Qf6+ 138. Qf4
{3-fold repetition} 1/2-1/2


[Event "Stockfish 8 Plays ? The A.R.B Chess System-Short"]
[Date "2017.03.01"]
[Origin "Great Britain"]
[White "Stockfish 8 Chess Program"]
[White-Elo "3390+"]
[Black "Stockfish 8 Chess Program"]
[Black-Elo "3390+"]
[Opening "The A.R.B Chess System - To Move (10)"]
[Time "180 Seconds Each Per Move"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d6 3. Bd3 h6 4. Nf3 a6 5. O-O g6 6. Nbd2 b6 7. c3 Bg7 8. Re1
Bb7 9. Nc4 Ne7 10. Bf4 g5 11. Bg3 Ng6 12. d5 e5 13. Nfd2 Nd7 14. Ne3 Bc8
15. f3 Nf6 16. Bf2 h5 17. Bc2 Kf8 18. Rf1 Bd7 19. a4 a5 20. c4 Qc8 21. Qe1
h4 22. Ra3 Bh6 23. Kh1 Rh7 24. Bd1 Nf4 25. Rg1 N6h5 26. Bc2 Bg7 27. Ndf1
Nf6 28. Qd2 N6h5 29. Nf5 Bxf5 30. exf5 Rh8 31. Be4 Qa6 32. b3 Qc8 33. h3
Qd7 34. Ne3 Ke7 35. Qe1 Ra6 36. Bb1 Bf6 37. Kh2 Bg7 38. Rf1 Bf6 39. Ra2
Rha8 40. Ng4 Bg7 41. Be4 Kd8 42. Rc2 Kc8 43. Rg1 Kb7 44. Qd2 Nf6 45. Ra1
Qd8 46. Nxf6 Bxf6 47. Rca2 Kb8 48. Kg1 Kb7 49. Rc2 Kb8 50. Be3 R6a7 51. Re1
Rb7 52. Rb2 Rba7 53. Kh2 Kc8 54. Rbb1 Kb7 55. Kg1 Qd7 56. Bf2 Ra6 57. Red1
Nh5 58. Rb2 Nf4 59. Qc2 Qd8 60. Ra2 Kc8 61. Qd2 Kd7 62. Re1 Ke7 63. Qe3 Qd7
64. Rb2 Kd8 65. Kh2 Ke8 66. Rd1 Ke7 67. Rbd2 Kf8 68. Kg1 Kg7 69. Re1 Rh8
70. Rc1 Re8 71. Rdc2 Raa8 72. Re1 Rh8 73. Rb2 Qc8 74. Rd2 Re8 75. Rc2 Qb7
76. Rec1 Kh7 77. Rd2 Nh5 78. Qd3 Nf4 79. Qb1 Rg8 80. Qb2 Qc8 81. Be3 Nh5
82. Qc2 Ng3 83. Bd3 Kg7 84. Re1 Nh5 85. Be4 Ng3 86. Rdd1 Rh8 87. Ra1 Kf8
88. Bf2 Nh5 89. Reb1 Kg7 90. Qd2 Nf4 91. b4 axb4 92. Rxb4 Kf8 93. Ra3 Qd7
94. Be3 Nh5 95. Kh2 Ng3 96. Qd3 Kg7 97. Bf2 Nh5 98. Qd2 Rhc8 99. Kg1 Kg8
100. Be3 Qd8 101. Rb1 Ng3 102. Rb5 Nh5 103. Bf2 Qd7 104. Rb4 Rcb8 105. Be3
Qe7 106. Qe1 Ra5 107. Bf2 Rba8 108. Kh2 Qd7 109. Bc2 e4 110. fxe4 Be5+ 111.
Kg1 Qe7 112. Qd1 Ng3 113. Be3 Qf6 114. Rd3 Kf8 115. Qg4 Bf4 116. Bxf4 gxf4
117. Rb1 Re8 118. Re1 Rxe4 119. Rxe4 Nxe4 120. Qxf4 Ng3 121. Kf2 c5 122.
Rd1 Ra8 123. Rd3 Re8 124. Re3 Nh5 125. Rxe8+ Kxe8 126. Qf3 Ng3 127. Qe3+
Kd7 128. Kf3 Kd8 129. Bd3 Kd7 130. Be4 Nf1 131. Qe1 Ng3 132. Bd3 Nxf5 133.
Qd2 Nh6+ 134. Qf4 Qc3 135. Qe3 Qf6+ 136. Qf4 Qc3 137. Qe3 Qf6+ 138. Qf4
{3-fold repetition} 1/2-1/2


Stockfish 8 Plays ? The A.R.B Chess System
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4PJSHEBrDc





A.R.B :)