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Paderborn 2007/8 - HIARCS WINS!
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2007 9:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

To Wael - Ya! hmm they do seem to have adopted us!?

To everyone else here are the standings after 2 rounds end of day 1:

Rk. Name Fed Pts Fine
1 Shredder GER 1,5 2
2 Hiarcs GER 1,5 2
3 Rybka USA 1,5 1,5
4 Spike GER 1,5 1,5
5 Jonny GER 1,5 1,5
6 Cluster Toga GER 1,5 1,5
7 Isichess GER 0,5 2
8 ParSOS GER 0,5 2
9 Diep NL 0 3
10 Gandalf DEN 0 3

and round 3 at 0930 CET

1 Jonny - Rybka -
2 Shredder - Spike -
3 Hiarcs - Cluster Toga -
4 Diep - Isichess -
5 ParSOS - Gandalf -
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2007 10:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Harvey - could you please enquire as to whether or not there are likely to be future public releases of SOS and Jonny?

Thanks, Graham.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2007 10:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Graham Banks wrote:
Harvey - could you please enquire as to whether or not there are likely to be future public releases of SOS and Jonny?

Thanks, Graham.


Yes Harvey,I strongly second Graham's words Cool
Thanx in advance Very Happy
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2007 10:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:
Graham Banks wrote:
Harvey - could you please enquire as to whether or not there are likely to be future public releases of SOS and Jonny?

Thanks, Graham.


Yes Harvey,I strongly second Graham's words Cool
Thanx in advance Very Happy


Guys,

You should be asking Sebi - he is the one in Paderborn doing all the hard work I am sat in london Sad

Harvey
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2007 10:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Harvey Williamson wrote:
Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:
Graham Banks wrote:
Harvey - could you please enquire as to whether or not there are likely to be future public releases of SOS and Jonny?

Thanks, Graham.


Yes Harvey,I strongly second Graham's words Cool
Thanx in advance Very Happy


Guys,

You should be asking Sebi - he is the one in Paderborn doing all the hard work I am sat in london Sad

Harvey


Is Sebi likely to read this thread or should I ask in another one?

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2007 11:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Graham Banks wrote:
Harvey Williamson wrote:
Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:
Graham Banks wrote:
Harvey - could you please enquire as to whether or not there are likely to be future public releases of SOS and Jonny?

Thanks, Graham.


Yes Harvey,I strongly second Graham's words Cool
Thanx in advance Very Happy


Guys,

You should be asking Sebi - he is the one in Paderborn doing all the hard work I am sat in london Sad

Harvey


Is Sebi likely to read this thread or should I ask in another one?

Regards, Graham.


He has no internet at his Hotel - the phones are rubbish also when i tried to talk to him earlier. As you can see he has been posting all the games in this thread so I am sure he will read it when he gets to the playing hall in the morning.
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 27, 2007 11:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Harvey Williamson wrote:
Graham Banks wrote:
Harvey Williamson wrote:
Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:
Graham Banks wrote:
Harvey - could you please enquire as to whether or not there are likely to be future public releases of SOS and Jonny?

Thanks, Graham.


Yes Harvey,I strongly second Graham's words Cool
Thanx in advance Very Happy


Guys,

You should be asking Sebi - he is the one in Paderborn doing all the hard work I am sat in london Sad

Harvey


Is Sebi likely to read this thread or should I ask in another one?

Regards, Graham.


He has no internet at his Hotel - the phones are rubbish also when i tried to talk to him earlier. As you can see he has been posting all the games in this thread so I am sure he will read it when he gets to the playing hall in the morning.


Okay - thanks.
Perhaps he can find out and let us know later.

Regards, Graham.

PS - thanks for posting all the games for us to enjoy. Smile
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 4:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Uri Blass wrote:
Rybka wins again in 5+5

This time the game was longer
It seems that the 50 move rule pushed toga to blunder by 109...Be5

[Event "URI-AMD, Blitz:5'+5""]
[Site "URI-AMD"]
[Date "2007.12.27"]
[Round "2"]
[White "Rybka 2.3.2a 32-bit"]
[Black "Toga II 1.3 Beta1"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "B01"]
[Annotator "0.00;-0.40"]
[PlyCount "283"]
[TimeControl "300+5"]

1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Qxd5 3. Nc3 Qd6 4. d4 Nf6 5. Nf3 g6 6. Nb5 Qb6 7. c4 c6 8. Nc3
Bg7 9. Be2 O-O 10. O-O Rd8 11. Re1 Bg4 12. Na4 Qc7 13. Qb3 Nbd7 14. h3 Bxf3 15.
Bxf3 e5 16. dxe5 Nxe5 17. Be2 Ne4 18. Qc2 f5 19. Be3 c5 20. Nc3 Nxc3 21. bxc3
Rd7 22. f4 Bh6 23. g3 Rad8 24. Rad1 b6 25. Bf2 Rxd1 26. Rxd1 Rxd1+ 27. Qxd1 Nf7
28. Bf3 Bg7 29. Be1 Bf6 30. Qd5 Kg7 31. Qe6 Qd6 32. Qe8 Qd8 33. Qxd8 Nxd8 34.
Bd2 Kf7 35. Bd5+ Ke7 36. Kf1 Ne6 37. Ke2 h6 38. Kf3 Kd6 39. Be1 g5 40. fxg5
hxg5 41. Bd2 Ke5 42. Bc1 {adjud. Draw accepted Both last book move} Nc7 {
-0.40/18 14} 43. Bb7 {0.00/19 23} Kd6 {(Nc7-e6) -0.32/18 21} 44. Bd2 {
0.00/18 19} Ke7 {(Nc7-e6) -0.31/18 24} 45. Be1 {0.01/17 29} Ne6 {-0.30/17 19}
46. Bc8 {(Bb7-d5) 0.05/17 14} Kd6 {-0.30/18 19} 47. a3 {(h3-h4) 0.01/18 19} Ke5
{(Kd6-e7) -0.37/16 12} 48. Bb7 {(h3-h4) 0.01/19 39} Be7 {(Ke5-d6) -0.36/16 16}
49. Bc6 {(Be1-d2) 0.02/17 38} Bf8 {(g5-g4+) -0.38/16 15} 50. a4 {
(Kf3-e2) 0.02/18 42} Bg7 {-0.39/17 18} 51. Bb7 {0.02/19 16} Nf8 {
(g5-g4+) -0.35/17 28} 52. Bd2 {0.05/18 17} Bh6 {-0.34/17 12} 53. Ke2 {
0.03/19 14} Kf6 {(Nf8-g6) -0.35/17 13} 54. Bd5 {0.03/17 15} Ng6 {-0.36/19 17}
55. h4 {0.00/18 11} f4 {-0.35/19 10} 56. hxg5+ {0.00/18 4} Bxg5 {-0.35/19 19}
57. Be1 {0.00/20 6} Kf5 {-0.35/20 15} 58. Ba8 {(Be1-f2) 0.00/20 12} fxg3 {
(Ng6-e5) -0.35/18 15} 59. Bxg3 {0.00/17 4} Ne5 {-0.35/19 12} 60. Bd5 {0.00/19 3
} Bf6 {(Bg5-f4) -0.35/20 15} 61. Kd2 {0.00/20 11} Kg4 {(Bf6-g5+) -0.35/19 12}
62. Bh2 {(Bg3xe5) 0.00/21 12} Kg5 {(Bf6-g5+) -0.35/19 14} 63. Kc2 {
(Bh2-g1) 0.00/20 12} Kf5 {-0.19/18 16} 64. Kb3 {(a4-a5) 0.00/19 14} a5 {
(Bf6-e7) -0.22/17 8} 65. Bb7 {0.06/20 9} Bd8 {(Bf6-g5) -0.27/19 11} 66. Bc8+ {
0.06/21 10} Kf6 {(Kf5-e4) -0.25/22 8} 67. Bg3 {0.06/21 14} Bc7 {
(Bd8-e7) -0.25/22 10} 68. Bh4+ {0.10/19 10} Kf7 {(Kf6-g6) -0.25/22 13} 69. Bb7
{0.06/20 12} Kg6 {-0.26/22 12} 70. Be4+ {(Bh4-e7) 0.06/22 14} Kh5 {-0.31/23 11}
71. Be7 {0.06/22 4} Kg4 {-0.31/23 12} 72. Bd5 {(Be4-b7) 0.06/23 17} Kf5 {
-0.28/22 12} 73. Bb7 {0.06/23 9} Nf7 {(Kf5-f4) -0.31/22 12} 74. Bc8+ {
(Bb7-d5) 0.00/20 11} Ke5 {(Kf5-f4) -0.33/22 9} 75. Bh4 {0.06/23 11} Kf4 {
-0.31/22 10} 76. Kc2 {0.03/22 7} Bd8 {(Nf7-g5) -0.31/22 11} 77. Be1 {0.06/19 2}
Nd6 {(Bd8-f6) -0.30/21 18} 78. Be6 {0.07/18 2} Ne4 {-0.30/21 6} 79. Kd3 {
0.07/20 2} Ng5 {-0.31/22 9} 80. Bd5 {(Be1-d2+) 0.06/21 12} Nf3 {-0.33/21 10}
81. Bf2 {(Be1-d2+) 0.06/20 4} Ne5+ {-0.34/20 10} 82. Ke2 {(Kd3-c2) 0.06/22 13}
Kf5 {(Ne5-g6) -0.31/20 9} 83. Be1 {(Bf2-g3) 0.06/19 4} Be7 {
(Bd8-g5) -0.31/20 10} 84. Bg3 {0.01/20 8} Bg5 {-0.31/21 9} 85. Bg8 {
(Ke2-d1) 0.00/21 7} Bf6 {(Bg5-f4) -0.31/19 7} 86. Kd1 {(Bg8-d5) 0.00/19 6} Nd7
{(Bf6-g5) -0.32/19 8} 87. Kc2 {0.00/20 7} Be5 {(Bf6-g5) -0.31/21 6} 88. Be1 {
(Bg3-f2) 0.00/21 10} Bd6 {(Be5-f6) -0.31/20 9} 89. Bd5 {0.06/21 9} Kg5 {
(Bd6-f4) -0.30/20 15} 90. Kd3 {0.06/20 8} Nf6 {(Kg5-f5) -0.28/20 23} 91. Ke2 {
(Bd5-e6) 0.06/19 11} Kf5 {(Bd6-f4) -0.29/18 8} 92. Bb7 {0.16/18 6} Bh2 {
(Nf6-e4) -0.23/18 15} 93. Kf3 {0.19/19 13} Ke6 {-0.23/19 9} 94. Bd2 {
(Bb7-c8+) 0.21/18 4} Kd7 {(Nf6-eCool -0.24/19 8} 95. Ke2 {0.22/19 7} Ke7 {
(Kd7-e6) -0.22/18 15} 96. Bg2 {(Ke2-d3) 0.22/20 15} Kf7 {(Ke7-d6) -0.24/18 7}
97. Kf3 {(Bd2-e3) 0.22/20 6} Ke6 {(Kf7-e7) -0.23/19 11} 98. Bh3+ {0.19/20 19}
Ke7 {(Ke6-d6) -0.23/22 7} 99. Bf5 {(Kf3-e3) 0.19/19 11} Kd6 {
(Nf6-d7) -0.23/20 4} 100. Bd3 {(Bf5-h3) 0.19/20 11} Ke5 {(Kd6-e7) -0.23/20 5}
101. Bg5 {0.21/21 3} Ke6 {-0.22/21 8} 102. Bf1 {0.21/20 2} Be5 {-0.22/20 7}
103. Bd2 {(Bf1-h3+) 0.19/20 3} Kd7 {(Be5-h2) -0.23/21 7} 104. Be1 {
(Bf1-g2) 0.21/19 9} Ke7 {(Kd7-e6) -0.23/19 4} 105. Bg2 {(Be1-d2) 0.19/20 6} Bb8
{(Ke7-e6) -0.23/18 4} 106. Bd2 {(Bg2-f1) 0.19/20 7} Bc7 {(Bb8-e5) -0.22/20 7}
107. Bf1 {(Bg2-h3) 0.19/18 5} Kf7 {(Bc7-d6) -0.22/19 7} 108. Bh3 {
(Bf1-g2) 0.10/19 11} Kg6 {(Bc7-e5) -0.18/18 8} 109. Bc8 {(Kf3-e3) 0.00/15 9}
Be5 {(Bc7-dCool -0.02/17 7} 110. Bf4 {(Kf3-e3) 0.52/18 7} Bxf4 {
(Be5xc3) 0.00/20 5} 111. Kxf4 {0.55/13 0} Kf7 {0.00/22 7} 112. Ke5 {0.76/19 2}
Ke7 {0.00/20 7} 113. Bf5 {(Bc8-h3) 0.68/17 0} Nh5 {0.84/20 4} 114. Kd5 {
1.16/20 2} Ng3 {1.07/21 6} 115. Bg4 {1.05/18 0} Kf6 {(Ke7-dCool 0.99/22 7} 116.
Bd1 {1.30/18 2} Ke7 {1.49/23 5} 117. Kc6 {1.17/16 0} Ne4 {1.49/22 6} 118. Kxb6
{1.83/21 2} Kd7 {(Ne4xc3) 2.66/22 7} 119. Bc2 {(Kb6xa5) 2.83/23 5} Nxc3 {
2.67/20 4} 120. Kxa5 {2.56/21 0} Kc6 {2.92/25 6} 121. Ka6 {2.98/22 2} Kc7 {
3.35/25 5} 122. a5 {3.15/21 1} Kc6 {3.60/25 5} 123. Bf5 {(Bc2-d3) 3.27/20 1}
Kc7 {3.65/24 5} 124. Bg4 {(Bf5-g6) 3.30/21 1} Na2 {3.66/24 4} 125. Kb5 {
(Bg4-f3) 3.48/20 1} Kb7 {3.69/23 5} 126. a6+ {3.48/22 1} Ka7 {3.77/25 6} 127.
Bc8 {3.70/24 3} Nc1 {(Na2-c3+) 3.99/24 6} 128. Kxc5 {3.70/24 1} Nd3+ {4.05/25 6
} 129. Kb5 {(Kc5-c6) 3.70/25 2} Nf4 {4.06/25 5} 130. Bb7 {(c4-c5) 3.81/25 2}
Ne6 {4.06/26 6} 131. Kc6 {(c4-c5) 5.09/25 5} Nf4 {(Ne6-d4+) 4.10/22 6} 132. Kd6
{(c4-c5) 5.09/17 8} Ne2 {(Nf4-h5) 13.52/23 24} 133. c5 {5.28/19 4} Nc3 {
13.52/23 6} 134. Kd7 {5.28/18 2} Kb8 {13.81/22 6} 135. Bf3 {5.28/19 1} Ka7 {
(Nc3-a4) 14.23/19 6} 136. c6 {11.21/16 3} Na4 {14.42/18 4} 137. Be2 {11.21/16 1
} Nc5+ {23.85/19 22} 138. Kd6 {11.21/17 16} Kb6 {(Nc5-e4+) 14.67/17 5} 139. c7
{14.75/14 6} Ne4+ {14.82/15 3} 140. Ke5 {14.78/15 7} Kxc7 {14.78/15 5} 141.
Kxe4 {14.78/14 3} Kb6 {(Kc7-c6) #10/18 5} 142. Kd5 {adjud. 14.96/12 5} 1-0



Hi Uri,

I note that on the Rybka forum the game has been played to a finish between Rybka and Hiarcs at 10+10 and was a draw!?

Best Wishes,

Harvey
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 5:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Harvey Williamson wrote:

Hi Uri,

I note that on the Rybka forum the game has been played to a finish between Rybka and Hiarcs at 10+10 and was a draw!?

Best Wishes,

Harvey


I think it was just another member who played the game out rather than those in Paderborn.

I looked at the game and really can't understand anybody being unhappy with a draw being agreed in the final position.

I applaud the brave decision to play a Scandinavian, especially the Qd6 line! Cool

Regards, Graham.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 7:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

the scandinavian is a good opening to prepare against opponents with black.
especially the lines with Qd6. when i remember it right ossi weiner used it in the past to throw out opponents machines out of book in the dedicated chess computer times. we had many scandinavian games at this time.

[Event "3rd WMCCC"]
[Site "Budapest HUN"]
[Date "1983.10.17"]
[Round "5"]
[White "PRESTIGE"]
[Black "MEPHISTO X"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "B01"]
[PlyCount "184"]
[EventDate "1983.??.??"]

1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Qxd5 3. Nc3 Qd6 4. d4 Bf5 5. Qf3 Qe6+ 6. Be3 c6 7. Bc4 Qxc4 8.
Qxf5 e6 9. Qe5 Nd7 10. Qg3 Ba3 11. Bc1 Bb4 12. Nge2 Bxc3+ 13. bxc3 g6 14. Qc7
Qa6 15. Rb1 b5 16. Rb2 Ne7 17. O-O Nd5 18. Qg3 N5b6 19. Qf3 Rc8 20. a3 O-O 21.
Bh6 Rfe8 22. Ra1 f5 23. Rbb1 Nc4 24. Rb4 e5 25. Rb3 Qa4 26. Qd3 e4 27. Qh3 Na5
28. Rb2 c5 29. d5 Nc4 30. Rba2 Nf6 31. Nf4 Nb6 32. d6 Red8 33. Rd1 Rc6 34. Qg3
Rdxd6 35. Rxd6 Rxd6 36. Nd5 Rxd5 37. Qb8+ Kf7 38. h3 Qc4 39. Ra1 Qxc3 40. Rb1
Qxc2 41. Rxb5 Qa4 42. Rxc5 Rd1+ 43. Kh2 Ne8 44. Re5 Rd3 45. Be3 Nc4 46. Rxe8
Qxe8 47. Qc7+ Kf6 48. Qxc4 Qe5+ 49. g3 a5 50. Qa6+ Qd6 51. Qxa5 Rxa3 52. Qb5
Rd3 53. Qb2+ Ke6 54. Kg2 h5 55. Qg7 Kd5 56. Qb7+ Qc6 57. Qf7+ Qe6 58. Qb7+ Kd6
59. Bf4+ Kc5 60. Qa7+ Kb5 61. Be3 Qc6 62. Qb8+ Kc4 63. Qe5 Kb3 64. Qb8+ Kc3 65.
Qb1 Kc4 66. Qa2+ Kb5 67. Qb1+ Ka5 68. Qb2 Ka4 69. Qa1+ Kb4 70. Qb2+ Rb3 71.
Qd4+ Ka5 72. Qa1+ Kb5 73. Qe5+ Ka6 74. Qa1+ Kb7 75. Qg7+ Qc7 76. Qxg6 Qd7 77.
Qxh5 Rb5 78. Bf4 Qc6 79. Qf7+ Ka6 80. Be3 Ka5 81. Bd2+ Ka6 82. Be3 Rd5 83. g4
Qd7 84. Qg8 fxg4 85. hxg4 Kb5 86. Qg6 Re5 87. Qg8 Qe6 88. Qg7 Rd5 89. g5 Qg4+
90. Kh2 Qh5+ 91. Kg3 Qf3+ 92. Kh4 Kc6 {Adj.} 1/2-1/2

there also have been many funny games with Qe6+

the competition to throw the opponent out of book gave almost each championship new "zeitgeist" of opening lines.
i remember fidelity tried couple of games in almeria with 1.a3 against mephisto Smile

and mephisto very often played 1...d6 against 1.e4.
And in portorose mephisto changed e.g. to 1.b3 with white.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 10:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Graham Banks wrote:
Harvey Williamson wrote:

Hi Uri,

I note that on the Rybka forum the game has been played to a finish between Rybka and Hiarcs at 10+10 and was a draw!?

Best Wishes,

Harvey


I think it was just another member who played the game out rather than those in Paderborn.

I looked at the game and really can't understand anybody being unhappy with a draw being agreed in the final position.

I applaud the brave decision to play a Scandinavian, especially the Qd6 line! Cool

Regards, Graham.


Which is what Uri asked for:

Quote:
I would like to know how commercial rybka does against the commercial hiarcs from the final position(I cannot check it because I do not have hiarcs)

Uri

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 10:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here you can see the Hiarcs game from round 3 which had a very deep Opening line. In this case the Najdorf Poisoned Pawn Variation has been played. Hiarcs was in book up to move 30. but then ClusterToga played a seemingly equalizing move that threw Hiarcs out of book: 30.... Qxc7

Here you can see the game:
[Event "IPCCC 2007 Paderborn"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2007.12.28"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Hiarcs"]
[Black "ClusterToga"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "B97"]
[Annotator "Williamson,Harvey"]
[PlyCount "109"]
[TimeControl "6600"]

{2048MB, killer-3.ctg, HARVEYOCT} 1. e4 {B/0 0} c5 {25} 2. Nf3 {B/0 0} d6 {15}
3. d4 {B/0 0} cxd4 {22} 4. Nxd4 {B/0 0} Nf6 {21} 5. Nc3 {B/0 0} a6 {25} 6. Bg5
{B/0 0} e6 {18} 7. f4 {B/0 0} Qb6 {24} 8. Qd2 {B/0 0} Qxb2 {30} 9. Rb1 {B/0 0}
Qa3 {16} 10. e5 {B/0 0} h6 {26} 11. Bh4 {B/0 0} dxe5 {20} 12. fxe5 {B/0 0} g5 {
28} 13. exf6 {B/0 0} gxh4 {20} 14. Be2 {B/0 0} Qa5 {30} 15. O-O {B/0 0} Nd7 {21
} 16. Kh1 {B/0 0} Qg5 {26} 17. Rf4 {B/0 0} e5 {20} 18. Nd5 {B/0 0} exd4 {24}
19. Qxd4 {B/0 0} Kd8 {23} 20. Rd1 {B/0 0} h3 {20} 21. gxh3 {B/0 0} Bc5 {304}
22. Qd3 {B/0 0} Re8 {261} 23. Bf3 {B/0 0} Ra7 {217} 24. Rg4 {B/0 0} Qe5 {216}
25. Re4 {B/0 0} Qd6 {155} 26. Re7 {B/0 0} b5 {231} 27. Qe2 {B/0 0} Rf8 {204}
28. a3 {B/0 0} Rb7 {238} 29. Qe1 {B/0 0} Rc7 {206} 30. Nxc7 {B/0 0} Qxc7 {152}
31. Qe4 {-0.27/19 750} Bd6 {176} 32. Rxd7+ {-0.28/18 0} Qxd7 {183} 33. Qe3 {
-0.28/20 112} Bb7 {172} 34. Qb6+ {-0.60/20 17} Kc8 {155} 35. Bxb7+ {-0.36/21 0}
Qxb7+ {123} 36. Qxb7+ {-0.35/23 0} Kxb7 {164} 37. Rxd6 {-0.21/23 0} Rc8 {148}
38. Kg2 {-0.21/21 0} Rxc2+ {114} 39. Kf3 {-0.20/21 0} a5 {96} 40. Kg4 {
-0.21/20 41} a4 {184} 41. Rd7+ {-0.07/21 0} Rc7 {127} 42. Rd3 {-0.01/21 1} Kb6
{(b4) 107} 43. Kh5 {0.00/22 146} Rc2 {59} 44. Kxh6 {0.00/22 155} Rg2 {20} 45.
h4 {0.00/21 188} Rg6+ {(b4) 16} 46. Kh7 {0.00/21 128} Rxf6 {14} 47. h5 {
0.00/21 181} b4 {16} 48. Kg7 {0.00/20 107} Rc6 {(Rf5) 166} 49. axb4 {
0.01/19 128} Kb5 {23} 50. Rf3 {0.00/19 156} Kxb4 {108} 51. Rxf7 {0.01/20 0} a3
{(Rc2) 112} 52. Rb7+ {0.01/22 116} Kc4 {94} 53. Ra7 {0.01/23 0} Kb3 {125} 54.
Rxa3+ {0.01/25 0} Kxa3 {154} 55. h6 {0.00/1 0} 1/2-1/2
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 11:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Some more of the results from Round 3 so far:

Jonny vs. Rybka 0 : 1

Diep vs. IsiChess 1 :0

ParSOS vs. Gandalf and Deep Shredder vs. Spike are currently still playing and the results will be given later.

Referring to the questions from Graham I can say that much: I had a short talk with the author of Jonny (Johannes Zwanzger) and he told me that there first will be a release of Jonny, if he can give it a clear improvement. Information about ParSOS yet to come.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 12:33 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ParSOS lost its game to Gandalf

Shredder won with the white pieces vs. Spike.

Now in round 4 Hiarcs plays with the black pieces vs. Spike.

Shredder will play with the white pieces vs. Rybka.

Further pairingsof round 4: ClusterToga vs. Jonny ; ParSOS vs Diep and Isichess vs. Gandalf.

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 28, 2007 4:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

In Round 4 Hiarcs got a draw as black against Spike.

It was our luckiest and also unluckiest draw so far.

Let me explain this briefly: Hiarcs got out of the opening slightly better but then produced some strange continuation:

20....Ng6 exchanging the knights but thus weakening the pawn structure in the long run by doubling the pawns can't have been a good idea is what both operators agreed on.

Later on Spike got quite a good advantage and seemed pressurizing with its pawn majority on the queenside, but somehow it made a strange move itsself first by 32. bxa5 giving up the promising connected passed pawn structure and later on by 39. Nxf5 allowing black to get rid of the doubled pawns on the kingside.

In the ongoing Spike produced further slightly strange moves and allowed Hiarcs back into the game with a strong kingside attack. Which in the end though wasn't strong enough to win the game.
But replay for yourself:

[Event "IPCCC 2007 Paderborn"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2007.12.28"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Spike"]
[Black "Hiarcs"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "B48"]
[Annotator "Williamson,Harvey"]
[PlyCount "178"]
[TimeControl "480"]

{2MB, killer-3.ctg, HARVEYOCT} 1. e4 {0} c5 {B/0 0} 2. Nf3 {13} e6 {B/0 0} 3.
d4 {10} cxd4 {B/0 0} 4. Nxd4 {11} Nc6 {B/0 0} 5. Nc3 {12} Qc7 {B/0 0} 6. Be3 {
12} a6 {B/0 0} 7. Bd3 {13} Nf6 {B/0 0} 8. O-O {10} Ne5 {B/0 0} 9. f4 {13} Neg4
{B/0 0} 10. Bd2 {11} Bc5 {B/0 0} 11. Nce2 {14} e5 {B/0 0} 12. fxe5 {11} d5 {
-0.01/1 0} 13. Bf4 {1006} Nxe5 {B/0 0} 14. exd5 {205} Nxd5 {B/0 0} 15. c3 {198}
Nxf4 {B/0 0} 16. Nxf4 {334} O-O {B/0 0} 17. Be4 {206} Bg4 {-0.16/15 186} 18.
Qd2 {(Qe1) 38} Rad8 {-0.16/16 249} 19. Kh1 {17} Bc8 {-0.11/16 342} 20. Qf2 {
(b4) 17} Ng6 {-0.20/16 147} 21. Nxg6 {43} fxg6 {-0.13/17 204} 22. Qh4 {(Qe2) 74
} Be7 {-0.25/16 174} 23. Rxf8+ {229} Rxf8 {-0.23/19 0} 24. Bd5+ {219} Kh8 {
-0.16/20 0} 25. Qe4 {259} Bc5 {0.00/17 0} 26. Rd1 {228} a5 {0.00/17 0} 27. a3 {
(Nf3) 171} Qb6 {0.09/18 205} 28. b4 {228} Bd6 {0.17/18 0} 29. Bc4 {180} Bb8 {
0.27/17 0} 30. Rf1 {82} Rxf1+ {0.31/18 177} 31. Bxf1 {10} Qd8 {0.33/19 239} 32.
bxa5 {22} Bc7 {0.25/17 96} 33. Nb5 {(Nf3) 237} Qf8 {0.38/20 467} 34. Bc4 {213}
Bf5 {0.58/20 267} 35. Qxb7 {105} Bxa5 {0.57/18 0} 36. Qa6 {119} Bd8 {0.55/18 0}
37. Nd4 {161} h5 {0.51/18 0} 38. Qb5 {131} Kh7 {0.39/18 0} 39. Nxf5 {96} gxf5 {
0.42/18 0} 40. a4 {(g3) 205} g6 {0.35/17 139} 41. Qd7+ {(g3) 39} Kh6 {
0.33/18 127} 42. Be2 {(g3) 56} Bb6 {0.12/18 106} 43. c4 {(Qd2+) 237} Qc5 {
0.09/19 134} 44. Qd2+ {52} Kg7 {0.09/20 76} 45. Qc1 {111} h4 {0.02/19 0} 46.
Qa1+ {(Bf3) 164} Kf7 {-0.08/19 131} 47. Qb1 {18} h3 {0.00/18 187} 48. Bf3 {
(Qf1) 73} hxg2+ {-0.28/17 113} 49. Bxg2 {13} Qe3 {-0.50/18 92} 50. Bd5+ {
(Qd1) 17} Kf6 {-0.50/19 99} 51. Qa1+ {(Qf1) 11} Bd4 {-0.43/18 92} 52. Qd1 {
(Qf1) 9} g5 {-1.08/19 98} 53. a5 {96} g4 {-0.49/17 0} 54. Bb7 {267} Qf2 {
-0.57/18 0} 55. Bc8 {44} Kg6 {-0.66/16 50} 56. Bb7 {(a6) 64} Kg5 {-1.28/17 92}
57. Bg2 {(Qc1+) 12} f4 {-1.09/17 60} 58. Qc1 {9} Kh4 {-0.89/17 138} 59. a6 {24}
Kg5 {-0.97/17 38} 60. a7 {(c5) 120} Bxa7 {-1.62/18 80} 61. Qa1 {8} Kf5 {
-1.31/17 100} 62. h3 {11} f3 {-1.25/15 101} 63. hxg4+ {10} Kg6 {-1.32/16 40}
64. Qb1+ {140} Kh6 {-1.30/18 0} 65. g5+ {(Bxf3) 107} Kxg5 {-2.09/17 59} 66. Bh3
{15} Kh6 {-1.88/17 69} 67. Qf1 {(Qa1) 16} Qg3 {-2.10/18 42} 68. Bc8 {78} Qf4 {
-2.05/18 0} 69. c5 {131} Bxc5 {-2.29/17 46} 70. Qh3+ {(Bh3) 11} Kg5 {
-1.79/21 37} 71. Ba6 {9} Bd6 {-1.79/20 49} 72. Bf1 {11} Qe4 {-1.79/23 45} 73.
Bb5 {(Bg2) 10} Qe1+ {-1.79/22 54} 74. Bf1 {43} Bg3 {-1.79/22 0} 75. Kg1 {15}
Qf2+ {-1.79/19 37} 76. Kh1 {7} Be5 {-1.79/20 35} 77. Bd3 {28} Qe1+ {-1.79/20 0}
78. Bf1 {25} Qe4 {-1.79/21 0} 79. Bg2 {(Bc4) 29} Qb1+ {-1.79/20 42} 80. Bf1 {6}
Qc2 {-1.56/19 65} 81. Bg2 {7} Qd1+ {-1.56/19 38} 82. Bf1 {18} Bf4 {-1.56/19 26}
83. Kg1 {8} Qc2 {-1.56/17 26} 84. Kh1 {(Bd3) 28} Qf2 {-1.18/17 211} 85. Bd3 {36
} Qe1+ {-1.18/18 0} 86. Bf1 {16} Qc3 {-0.96/16 0} 87. Qh7 {(Be2) 31} Qd2 {
-0.88/15 36} 88. Kg1 {8} Qd4+ {-0.76/14 27} 89. Kh1 {7} Qf6 {0.03/15 76}
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