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CGPro v Tasc R30v2.5
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 1:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

2 games to go,the R30 having won the match,just a question as to the margin.CGPro (white) R30 (black) [ECO B20]1.e4-c5 2.Ne2-e5 3.Nec3-Nf6*(-0.15) 4.Bc4-d5 5.ed5*(+0.79)-a6 6.Qe2-Bd6 7.d3-b5 8.Bb3-Nbd7 9.Bg5-h6 10.Ne4(+1.00)-Bc7(-0.4Cool 11.d6-hg5 12.dc7-Qc7 13.Ng5 0-0 14.Nd2-Nb6 15.0-0 Bg4 16.f3-Bf5 17.Rfe1-Rae8 18.Nge4-Nfd5 19.Bb5-Nd5 20.a4(+1.04)-Re7(-0.66) 21.ab5-ab5 22.Qf2-Rc8 23.Nf1-Qc6 24.Ne3-Ne3 25.Qe3-f6 26.Ng3-Bh7 27.f4-c4 28.d4-Bc2 29.fe5-Bd3 30 Nh5(+0.87)-fe5(-0.1Cool 31.Qg5-Rf7 32.Qe5-Rcf8 33.d5-Qc5+ 34.Kh1-b4 35.h3-c3 36.bc3-bc3 37.Qe6-Qd4 38.Ng3-Rd8 39.Ne2-Be2 40.Qe2(+0.21)-Qc5(-0.40) 41.Rec1-Re7 42.Qc2-Re3 43.Rd1-Qc4 44.Rab1-Re2 45.Rb4-Rg2 46.Rc4-Rc2 47.d6-Kf7 48.Rd3-Rb8 49.Rf4+ Kg8 50.Rg4(0.00)-Rb1+(+0.05) 51.Rg1-Rd2 52.Rc3-Rbb2 53.Ra1-Rd6 54.Rg3-Rd7 55.Rag1-Kf8 56.Rf1+ Rf7 57.Rd1-Rff2 58.Kg1-Rfc2 59.Rf2+ Kg8 1/2 1/2 with both computers evaluation almost equal,and neither computer going to blunder a drawn game like this, 7-4 to the Tasc one game to go.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 22, 2017 12:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Final game of the match, R30 (white) CGPro(black) [ECO E16] 1.Nf3-Nf6 2.d4-e6 3.c4-b6 4.g3-Bb7 5.Bg2-Bb4+ 6.Bd2-Be7 7.Nc3 0-0 8.0-0 Ne4*(-0.31) 9.Ne4*(+0.34)-Be4 10.Qb3-Bf6 11.Rad1-Nc6 12.d5-Ne7 13.de6-fe6 14.Bc3-d6 15.Bf6-Rf6 16.Qe3-Bb7 17.Qd3-Ng6 18.Ng5-Bg2 19.Kg2-Qd7 20.f4(+0.22)-Raf8(+0.1Cool 21.e4-Qc6 22.h4-h6 23.Nh3-a6 24.h5-Ne7 25.Nf2-Rf5 26.Qe2-e5 27.Nd3-ef4 28.Rf4-a5 29.Rf5-Rf5 30.b3(+0.24)-Kh7(+0.40) 31.Kh2-Rg5 32.Nf4-Re5 33.Re1-Qe8 34.Kg2-a4 35.Qd2-ab3 36.ab3-Qc6 37.Qe2-Qa8 38.b4-Qa3 39.b5-Qc3 40.Nd3(0.00)-Rg5(+0.71) 41.Rc1-Qd4 42.Nf2-Ng8 43.g4-Nf6 44.Kf3-Nd7 45.Nd3-g6 46.hg6-Rg6 47.Kg2-Rg7 48.Kf3-Qd3+ 49.Qd3-Ne5+ 50.Ke2(-0.84)-Nd3(+1.37) 51.Kd3-Rg4 52.Kd4-h5 53.Kd5-Rg5+ 54.Kd4-Kg7 55.Rh1-Kh6 56.Rh2-Re5 57.Ke3-Re7 58.Rh1-Re8 59.Rh3-Rg8 60.Kd4(-0.87)-Rg4(+1.54) 61.Kd5-Rg5+ 62.Kd4-Re5 63.Ke3-Rc5 64.Kd3-Kg5 65.Rg3+ Kf4 66.Rg1-h4 67.Rh1-Rh5 68.Rf1+ Kg3 69.Ke3-h3 70.Rg1+(-2.17)-Kh2(+2.29) 71.Rg7-Rc5 72.Kd3-Kh1 73.Kc3-h2 74.Kd4-Rh5 75.Ke3-Rh4 76.Kf3-Rh8 77.Kf2-Rf8+ 78.Ke3-Ra8 79.Kf2-Ra2+ 80.Kf1(-1.66)-Ra1+(+2.35) 81.Kf2-Ra8 82.Rg5-Ra2+ 83.Kf3-Ra3+ 84.Kf2-Ra4 85.Rd5-Ra1 86.e5-de5 87.Re5-Rc1 88.Re2-Rg1 89.Kf3-Ra1 90.Kg3(0.00)-Kg1(+0.10) 91.Rg2+ Kf1 92.Rh2-Ra3+ 93.Kf4-Rc3 94.Rh7-Rc4+ 95.Ke3-Rc5 96.Rg7-Rb5 97.Rc7-Rd5 98.Rc1+ 1/2 1/2 match over,final result of 7.5-4.5 not far from the pre match prediction of 7-5 ,the other games I previously played between these two computers were more decisively in favour of the R30 to the tune of 5.5 -1.5 but I did not record all the moves of those games.
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 22, 2017 1:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for the Match DonkeyL

nice to see an old time computer take on one of these young brash newcomers and win
especially with the "normal" playing style as the "Active" Style is considered stronger

Long Live The Oldies Regards
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 22, 2017 3:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I acquired the R30 in 1998 from countrywide computers in Cambridgeshire,and on no occasion,not once,have I ever played a game on the active setting,or defensive setting come to that,I guess I'll save the active setting for a match against the exclusive chess genius when it finally comes out and I acquire the machine.
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