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PostPosted: Fri Aug 04, 2017 7:53 pm    Post subject: Exclusive Genius -R30 v 2.5 Reply with quote

Here we go with the 12 game match between these two computers,just to reiterate,the Exclusive is running at 300mhz and will be using it's master book,and the R30 is set to normal playing style and is using it's random book,the time settings are the old classical ones,40 in 2,followed by 20 in 1.
Exclusive Genius (white) R30 (black)[ECO C21]
1.e4-e5 2.d4-ed4 3.Nf3-Nc6 4.Bc4-Nf6 5.0-0 Bc5 6.e5-d5 7.ef6-dc4 8.fg7-Rg8(o.o.b.) 9.Re1+ Be7 10.Bg5(o.o.b.)-Rg7 11.Bf6-Rg6 12.Be7+ Ne7 13.Qd4(leading to a quieter opening ,Na3 was sharper)-Qd4 14.Nd4-Bh3 15.g3(+0.12)-Rd8(+0.12) 16.Nf3-Rb6 17.b3-Bg4 18.Kg2-Bf3+ 19.Kf3-Rc6 20.Kg2-Kf8 21.Na3-cb3 22.cb3-Nd5 23.Nc4-b5 24.Ne5-Rc2 25.a4-f6 26.Nf3-b5 27.Rac1-Rc3?!(Rc1 was better) 28.Nd4-Nf4+ 29.gf4-Rd4 30.Rc3(+0.03)-bc3(+0.36) 31.Re3-c2 32.Rc3-Rd2 33.Rc7-a5 34.h4-h6 35.Kf3-Rd3+ 36.Kg4-Rd2 37.Kf5?-Rf2 38.h5-Ke8 39.Kf6-Kd8 40.Rc3-Rf4+ 41.Kg7-Rf2 42.Kh6(effectively blocking it's passed pawn,but the Exclusive had lost the initiative by now)-Ke7 43.Kg6-Ke6 44.h6-Rg2+ 45.Kh7-Kf6 46.Rc6+ Kf7 47.Rc7+ Kf6 48.Kh8-Re2 49.Rc6+ Kf7 50.Rc5-Kg6 51.Rc6+ Kf7 52.Rc3-Kg6 53.Rc6+ Kf7 3 fold repetition.The Exclusive had the initiative for a while,but 37.Kf5 losing it's f2 pawn and not making the best of it's King's manoeuvring cost it the point. Post next game tomorrow.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 05, 2017 7:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Onto game 2 with a slight difference, the first game is on normal setting for the R30, the following text ,from move 12 onwards is on an active setting for the R30. Same opening.
R30 (white ) Exclusive (black)[ECO D47]
1.c4-Nf6 2.d4-c6 3.Nf3-d5 4.Nc3-e6 5.e3-Nbd7 6.Bd3-Bb4 7.0-0 0-0 8.Qc2-dc 4 9.Bc4 (o.o.b )-Bd6 10.Bd3-h6(o.o.b ) 11.Bd2-e5 12.Rae1-Re8 13.a3-Qb6 14.b4-ed4 15.ed4 (+0.7Cool-Re1 (-0.1Cool 16.Re1-Nf8 17.Na5-Qc7 18.Nc5-Bg4 19.Ne5-Be6 20.Re3-Bd5 21.Rg3-Kh8 22.Bf5-Re8 23.Bc3-a6 24.Re3-Re7 25.Re1-Kg8 26.Ba1?-N6d7 27.Qc3-Nb6 28.Ne4-f6 29.f4(0.23)-Qb8 (+0.53) 30.Ng6-Ng6 31.Bg6-Be4 32.Re4-Re4 33.Be4-Qe8 34.Qe3-Kf8 35.Kf2-Qh5 36.g3-Qh2+ 37.Bg2-h5 38.Qe6-Be7 39.f5?(better was Qh3 to exchange Queens and to keep the Bishop pair)-h4 40.gh4-Qh4+ 41.Ke2-Qg5 42.Bf3-Qc1 43.Bh5-Qc4+ 44.Kf2-Qe6 45.fe6-Nc4 46.d5-cd5 47.Bf3-Na3 48.Bd5-b5 49.Bc3-Nc2 50.Ke2-Bb4 51.Kd2-Bc3+ 52.Kc2-Bb4 53.Bb7-a5 54.Bc6-Ke7 55.Bb5-Ke6 56.Kd3-g5 57.Kd4-g4 58.Bc6-Kf8 59.Ke3-Kg5 60.Kd4-f5 61.Ke3-f4+ 62.Ke4-f3 0-1 and now the active setting after the same opening 12.de5-Ne5 13.Ne5-Be5 14.f4-Bd6 15.Ne4-Ne4 16.Be4-Qb6 17.Bh7+ Kh8 18.Bd3-Bc5 19.Rf3-Be6 20.b4-Bd4 21.Rc1-Rf6 22.Kh1-Bg4 23.Rg3-h5 24.Be1-Rad8 25.Bc4-Qc7 26.h3(+0.26)-Bc8 (-0.09) 27.Bc3-Qe7 28.b5-cb5 29.Bf6-Qf6 30.g6-Rb5 31.Rb5-b6 32.Rd5-Bb7 33.Rdd1-Qe7 34.Qb3-Qe4 35.Bf1-Bd5 36.Qb2+ Kh8 37.Rd4-Qe7 38.Kh2-h4 39.a4-Bb7 40.Rcd1-Rd4 41.Qd4-Rc8 42.Kg1-Rc7 43.Bc4 ? (Bb5 is correct )-Bc6 44.Qd8+ Kg7 45.Qd4+ Kh7 46.Ra1-Rd7 47.Qe5-Qe5 48.fe5-Rd2 49.Ra2-Ra2 50.Ba2-Ba4 51.Bf7-Bc6 52.Kf2-Kg7 53.Ba2-g5 54.g3-Kf8 55.gh4-gh4 56.Be6-Be4 57.Ke2-b5 58.Kd2-Ke7 59.Bg4-b4 60.Kc1-a5 61.Kb2-a4 62.Ka1-a3 63.Ka2-Bd5+ 64.Ka1-b3 65.Bf5-Be6 0-1 well there's nothing conclusive there, well there wasn't going to be anyway,but that is only the second game, we'll keep it on active for the rest of the match.Steve C.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 06, 2017 5:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Onto game 3,yes I am pleased with this buy,I don't see how for this price, and the features and strength that it can be faulted.
Exclusive Genius (white ) R30 (black)[ECO D02]
1.d4-d5 2.Nf3-Nc6 3.Bf4-f6!?(o.o.b )4.e3-(o.o.b )-g5 (this opening did come as a surprise,it's certainly sharp)5.Bg3-g4 6.Nfd2-e5 7.Bb5-ed4 8.ed4-Ne7 9.c3-Bf5 10.Qe2-Kf7?(h5) 11.f3-Qd7 12.0-0 Bh6 (if the R30 is going to advance it's pawn on the kingside to g4 this early it really does need to follow it up with h5 very soon,and then play Bh6,instead of Bh6 blocking it's h pawn in)13.Nb3-b6 14.fg4-Bg4 15.Qf2 (+1.53)-Nf5 (-0.25) 16.Bf4-Bf4 17.Qf4-Rhg8 18.N1d2-Rae8 19.Kh1-Re3 20.Rf2-a6 21.Ba6-N6e7 22.Nf1-Re4 23.Qd2-Bh5 24.Bd3-Rh4 25.Re1-Bg6 26.Rf3-Bh5 27.Rf5-Nf5 28.Qf2-Re4 29.Be4-de4 30.Re4 (+2.62)-Bg6 (-1.51) 31.Re1-Re8 32.Re8-Qe8 33.Qf3-Nd6 34.Nbd2-Qe6 35.Qc6-Qe7 36.a3-Bd3 37.Qf3-Be2 38.Qe3-c6 39.Kg1-f5 40.Qf4-Ke8 41.Ne3-Bd3 42.g3-Qe6 43.Nf3-Nf7 44.Qb8+ Kd7 45.Ne5+ Ne5 46.de5-b5 47.Ng2-Qe7 48.Nf4-Bc4 49.a4-ba4 50.Qb7+ Kd8 51.Qc6-Qa7+ 52.Kg2-Qa6 53.Ne6+ Ke7 54.Qa6 (+3.45)-Ba6 (-3.11) 55.Nc5-Bb5 56.Kf3-Kf7 57.Ke3-h5 58.Kd4-Ke7 59.Kd5-h4 60.c4-Be8 61.e5-a3 62.ba3-Bh5 63.Nb3-hg3 64.hg3-Be2 65.Nd4-Bd3 66.c5-f4 67.gf4 1-0 which gives the Exclusive a 2.5-.5 lead,my impressions are there is little between these computers,both very strong dedicateds and it would take something along the lines of the SSDF's tests to show just that,anyhow game 4 early in the week. Steve C.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 3:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Game 4 of the match R30 (white) Exclusive Genius (black)[EC0 A15]
1.c4-Nf6 2.g3-c6 3.d4-d5 4.cd5-cd5 5.Nf3-Nc6 6.Nc3-Bf5 7.Bg2-e6 8.0-0 h6 9.Qb3 (o.o.b )-Qd7 (o.o.b ) 10.Ne5-Ne5?! 11.de5-Ng4 12.e4! (inviting the R30 to take the initiative, it doesn't need a second invitation )-de4 13.Ne4-Ne5 14.Rd1-Qc8 15.Bf4-Be4 16.Be4 (+1.85)-Nc6 (-1.17) 17.Be5-a5 18.Rac1-Ra6 19.Qd3-Rb6 20.Qd4-Ra6 21.Bf3-Be7 22.Bg7-Rg8 23.Bh6-Bd8 24.Qc3-Qc7 25.Kf1-e5 26.h4-Bf6 27.Qd3-Qc8 28.Be3-a4 29.Bc5-Qh3+ 30.Bg2-Qe6 31.Be4-Be7 32.Bf5-Qf6 33.Qd7+ Kf8 34.Qb7-Qf5 35.Qa6-Bc5 36.Rc5-Qf3 37.Qd3-Nd4 38.Qf3-Nf3 39.Ke2-e4 40.Rd8+ Kg7 41.Rg8+ Kg8 42.Ke3-Kh7 43.Ke4.
1-0 Game on 2.5-1.5
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 08, 2017 4:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Game 5 I am enjoying these games,I think a lot of the interest in a game often revolves around a dubious move or a mistake,anyhow.
Exclusive Genius (white) R30 (black)[ECO B04]
1.e4-Nf6 2.e5-Nd5 3.d4-d6 4.Nf3-g6 5.Bc4-Nb6 6.Bb3-Bg7 7.a4-de5 (o.o.b ) 8.a5-Nd7 9.de5-Ne5 10.Qd8+ (o.o.b )-Kd8 11.Ne5-Be5 12.Bf7-Bf5 13.Bd5-c6 14.Bb3-Na6 15.0-0 Nc5 16.Re1-Nb3 17.cb3 (-0.20)-Bd4 (-0.03) 18.Nd2-Re8 19.Nf3-e5 20.Be3-Bb2 21.Ra2-Bd4 22.Rd2-c5 23.Ne5-Re5 24.Bg5+ Kc7 25.Bf4-Re8 26.Rd4-cd4 27.Re5-Kd7 28.f3-Re5 29.Be5-d3 30.Kf2-g5 31.Bf6 (+0.12)-g4 (+0.27) 32.fg4-Bg4 33.Ke3-Be2 34.g4-Kc6 35.g5-Kd6 36.Bd4-Ke6?? (inexplicable by the R30, this was a cast iron draw and now it's up against it)37.Ba7-Kd6 38.Bd4-Kd5 39.h4-Ke6 40.b4-Kd6 41.b5-Kd7 42.Be5-Kd8 43.a6-ba6 44.ba6-Kc8 45.Bd6-Bf1 46.h5-d2 47.Kd2-Bc4 48.g6-hg6 49.hg6-Be6 50.g7 1-0 (So from a cast iron draw to a win for the Exclusive,maybe the choice of Alekhines defence wasn't the wisest but the R30 certainly came out of the opening equal)1-0 match score 3.5-1.5 Steve C.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 08, 2017 6:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well I am able to post 2 games today, still off work with my damaged knee ligaments (please no sympathetic violin music)
R30 (white) Exclusive Genius (black)[ECO A47]
1.Nf3-Nf6 2.d4-b6 3.Bg5-Bb7 4.e3-e6 5.Bd3-Be7 6.c4 (o.o.b )-h6 (o.o.b ) 7.Bf6-Bf6 8.Nc3 0-0 9.0-0 c5 10.Bc2-cd4 11.ed4-Qc7 12.Qd3-g6 13.Nb5-Qc6 14.Rfe1-a6 (blacks position is getting cramped, Na6 was better) 15.Nc3 (+0.6Cool-Qc7 (+0.56) 16.d5-Rc8 17 Bb3-Kg7? (Bg7) 18.Rad1-Kh7 19.Re2-Kg8? (the exclusive is shuffling it's king around and the R30 is coordinating it's pieces, but in truth it is hamstrung here)20.Qe3-h5 21.Na4-Bd8 22.d6-Qc6 23.Qf4-Kg7 24.Nc3-f6 25.Ne4-b5 26.c5-g5 27.Qd2-a5 28.Nd4 -Qa6 29.Be6-b4 30.Qc2-de6 31.Ne6+ R30 announced mate in 10 ,a tour de force by the R30 1-0 match score 3.5-2.5 Steve C.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2017 7:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Game 7 of what so far, I think, has been an intriguing encounter.
Exclusive Genius (white ) R30 (black) [EC0 D02]
1.d4-d5 2.Nf3-c6 3.Bf4-e5 (o.o.b ) 4.Ne5 (o.o.b )-g5 (the R30 has certainly been adventurous moving it's g pawn forward, the last couple of occasions playing black) 5.Bg3-h5 6.h3-Nd7 7.e3-h4 8.Bh2-Ne5 9.Be5-f6 10.Bh2-Bd6 11.Bd6-Qd6 12.c4-Bf5 13.Nc3 0-0-0 14.cd5-cd5 15.Bd3-Bd3 16.Qd3-Nd7 17.0-0 (+1.53)-Kb8 (-0.83) 18.Rfc1-Qe6 19.Qe2-Rc8 20.Na4-b6 21.Qb5-Ka8 22.Qa6-Rhd8 23.b4-Qd6 24.Nc3-Rc6 25.Rc2-Rdc8 26.Rac1-Kb8 27.a4-Rc4 28.a5-R8c6 29.Nb5-Qd7 30.Rc4 (+2.65)-dc4 (-1.24) 31.Nc3-Qc8 32.Qc8+ Rc8 33.a6-f5 34.d5-Ng6 35.Rd1? (d6)-Ne5 36.Rd4-Nd3 37.b5-Rc5 38.d6-Kc8 39.f4-gf4 40.ef4-Kd7 41.Kf1-Nb4 42.Kf2-Nc2?? (Rc8) allowing the exchange of rooks,white's knight is much better placed than blacks 43.Rd5-Nb4 44.Rc5-Nd3+ 45.Ke3-Nc5 46.Nd5-Na4 47.Kd4-c3 48.Ne3-Ke6 49.Kd3-Kd6 50.Nf5+ Kc5 51.Nh4-Kb5 52.f5-Kb4 53.Kc2-Kc5 54.Ng6-Kd6 55.h4-Nc5 56.h5-Ne4 57.h6-Ng5 58.Kc3-Nh7 59.Kd4-Kc6 60.Ne5+ Kd6 61.Nf3-Ke7 62.Kd5-Kf6 63.Kc6 1-0 the game was equal up to move 42,which now makes it 4.5-2.5 Steve C.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 10, 2017 4:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Game 8 hope you're enjoying this match as much as I am
R30 (white ) Exclusive Genius (black)[EC0 A50]
1.c4-Nf6 2.d4-c6 3.Nc3-d6 4.Nf3 (o.o.b )-Bg4(o.o.b ) 5.h3-Bf3 6.ef3-Nbd7 7.Bd3-Qb6 8.0-0 Qd4 (this becomes quite a poisoned pawn for the Exclusive to take ) 9.Be3-Qh4 10.Qb3 0-0-0 11.Ba7-Ne5 12.Be2-e6.13.Bb6-Re8 14.Qa4-N6d7 15.Qa8+ Nb8 16.Nb5! (opening up the c file)-cb5 17.cb5-Nd7 18.Rac1(+1.89)-Nc5 (-2.06) 19.f4-Qf4 20.Rc5+ dc5 21.Bf3-Qf3 22.gf3-Bd6 23.Rc1-Re7 24.Bc5-Bc5 25.b6-Kd7 26.Qb7+ Kd6 27.Rd1+ Ke5 28.Qe4+ Kf6 29.Qf4+ Kg6 30.Qg3+ Kf6 31.f4-h6 32.Qc3+(+4.6Cool-Kg6 (-4.1Cool 33.Qc5-Rhe8 34.a4-Kh7 35.a5-Rb7 36.Qb5-Rc8 37.a6-Na6 38.Qa6-Rcb8 39.Rd6-h5 40.Qd3+ g6 41.Qd4-e5 42.fe5-Kh6 43.Rc6 1-0 8...Qd4 allowed a very strong queenside attack which the R30 was able to capitalise on ,so it's now 4.5-3.5 in favour of the Exclusive. Steve C.
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 11, 2017 8:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello all ,this is game 9 .
Exclusive Genius (white ) R30 (black) [ECO B01]
1.e4-d5 2.ed5-Qd5 3.Nc3-Qa5 4.d4-Nf6 5.Bc4-c6 6.Nf3-Bg4 7.Bd2-Nbd7(o.o.b) 8.Nd5 (o.o.b )-Qd8 9.Nf6+ ef6 10.0-0 Be7 11.Re1 0-0 12.Re4-f5 13.Re1-Re8 14.c3-b5 15.Bd3 (+0.75)-Nc5 (-0.64) 16.Bc2-Ne4 17.Be4-fe4 18.Re4-Bf5 19.Re5-Qd7 20.Bf4-Bf6 21.Re8+ Re8 22.a4-a6 23.ab5-ab5 24.Ne5-Be5 25.Be5-c5 26.Bg3-cd4 27.Qd4-Qd4 28.cd4-h5 29.b4-Rd8 30.Rd1 (+0.93)-Be6 (-0.5Cool 31.f3-Rd7 32.Kf2-Bc4 33.Rd2-f6 34.h4-Kf7 35.Bb8-Ke6 36.g4-hg4 37.fg4-Kd5 38.g5-Ke4 39.gf6-gf6 40.Ke1-Rh7 41.Rh2-Ra5 42.Kf2-Kd4 43.Kf3-Bd3 44.Kg4-Rd5 45.Ba7+ Ke4 46.h5-Rd7 47.Bc5-Rg7+ 48.Kh4-f5 49.Rf2-f4 50.h6-Rg8 51.Rd2-f3 52.Kh5-Rh8 53.Kg6-Rg8+ 54.Kf6-(+2.06)-Rg4 (0.00) a curious discrepancy in evaluation,the R30 had to defend this position accurately to justify it's evaluation 55.h7-Rh4 56.Kg6-Rh3 57.Bf2-Rh2 58.Ba7-Rh4 59.Kg7-Rg4+ 60.Kh6-Rh4+ 61.Kg6-Rh3 62.Kg7-Rg3+ 63.Kh8-Rg4 64.Bb6-Rg6 65.Bc5-Rg5 66.Rh2-Kf5 67.Be3-Rg4 68.Rd2-Bc4 69.Rd1-Kf6 70.Rd6+ Ke7 71.Rd2-Ke6 72.Rd8-Rg2 73.Rf8-Be2 74.Rf4-Ke5 75.Rf7-Rg4 76.Rf8-Ke4 77.Re8+ Kf5 78.Bf2-Rg2 79.Bd4-Rg6 80.Rf8+ Ke4 81.Bc5-Bc4 82.Bf2-Rg2 83.Ba7-Bd3 84.Bc5-Rg6 85.Rd8-Bc4 86.Bf2-Rg2 87.Bb6-Ke5 88.Bd4+ Kf5 89.Rf8+ Ke4 90.Bb6-Rg5. It was apparent about 20 moves ago there was no breakthrough for either side in this game ,just waiting to see if a blunder was going to happen, it didn't so it's 1/2 - 1/2 Steve C.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 12, 2017 8:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

donkeylane wrote:
game 9 .
it didn't so it's 1/2 - 1/2 Steve C.


Close match... MCGE leads 5-4
MCGE scored 7 and TR2.5 scored 6.5 in the High Performer Tourney
with the MCGE winning their individual encounter
your results match those very closely so far with 3 games to go
TR2.5 has a solid rating of 2330-2350 ..after your 12 game match we can calculate a Performance rating for the MCGE

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 12, 2017 8:53 pm    Post subject: Exclusive Genius-R30v2.5 ,now 5-5 Reply with quote

Well it seems this is going down to the wire,no disappointment there.
R30 (white) Exclusive Genius (black)[ECO D96]
1.Nf3-Nf6 2.d4-g6 3.c4-Bg7 4.Nc3-d5 5.Qb3-c6 6.cd5-cd5 7.Bg5-e6 8.e3 0-0 9.Bd3-Nc6 10.h3-b6 (o.o.b) 11.0-0 Bb7 12.Rac1 (o.o.b ) -Qe7 13.Bf4-Nh5 14.Bh2-Rac8 15.a3-Na5 16.Qb4! (despite doubling of pawns,an enterprising move)-Qb4 17.ab4-Nc6 18.b5-Na5 19.Ra1-Ra8 20.Nd2-Rfc8 21.Rfc1-Nf6 22.b3-Nd7 23.Bd6-e5! 24.Ra4-ed4 25.ed4-Bh6 26.f4-Nf8 27.b4-Nc4 28.Bc4-dc4 29.g3-Bg7 30.Be5 (-0.02)-f6 (+0.2Cool 31.Bd6-Ne6 32.d5-Nd4 33.Kf2-Nb3 34.Rc2-h6 35.Ra3-Bh8 36.g4-f5 37.Be5-fg4 38.hg4-Rf8 39.Bh8-Kh8 40.Kg3-Nd2 41.Rd2-Rfe8 42.Kf2-Bc8 43.Kf3-Bd7 44.Rda2-Re7 45.d6 (+0.50)-Rf7(-0.31) 46.Re2-h5 47.gh5-gh5 48.Re5-Bg4+ 49.Ke3-Rd8 50.Ne4-Kg7 51.Rc3-Rc8 52.Nd2-Rd8 53.Nc4-Rc8 54.Rc1-Kf6 55.Kd3-Rd7 56.Rce1-h4 57.Rd5-Be6 58.Ne5-Rd8 59.Rd4-h3 60.d7!(+0.76)-Bf5+(-0.45) 61.Ke3-Rc3+ 62.Kf2-Rc2+ 63.Kg1-Rc3 64.Rd6+ Ke7 65.Rh6 (+1.7Cool-Rg8 +(-2.10) 66.Kh1-Rcg3 67.Ng4+ Kd7 68.Nf6+ Kc8 69.Ng8-Rg8 70.Re7-Kb8 71.Rf6-Bd3 72.Kh2-Bb5 73.Kh3-Bf1+ 74.Kh4-Bc4 75.Rd6-Rh8+ 76.Kg5-Rg8+ 77.Kf6-Ba6 78.f5-Ka8 79.Ke5-Bc4 80.Rdd7-a6 81.Ra7+ Kb8 82.f6-Rf8 83.Reb7+ Kc8 84.Rb6-Rh8 85.f7-Bf7 86.Rf7 1-0 well that sets it up very nicely for the last two games 5-5 Steve C.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 13, 2017 3:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Here we go with game 11.
Exclusive Genius (white ) R30 (black) [ECO A29]
1.c4-e5 2.Nc3-Nf6 3.Nf3-Nc6 4.g3-Bb4 5.Bg2 0-0 6.0-0 e4 7.Ng5-Bc3 8.dc3-Qe7 (o.o.b ) 9.Nh3 (o.o.b )-d6 10.Nf4-Re8 11.Nd5-Nd5 12.cd5-Ne5 (it does seem to be an aspect of the active style of the R30, at least from these few games, to give up a pawn for more activity) 13.Be4-Bh3 14.Re1-c5 15.Qc2 (+1.17)-Ng6 (-0.45) 16.Bh1-Bg4 17.c4-Be2 18.Qd2? (better was Bf4)-Qe5 19.Bf3-Bf3 20.Re5-Ne5 21.Qc3-Be4 22.Bf4-Nf3+ 23.Kg2-Nd4+ 24.Kf1-Bf5 25.g4-Bg4 26.Bd6-b6 27.b4-Be2+ 28.Kg2-Re4 29.bc5-Bf3+ 30.Kf1-Be2+ 31.Kg2-Bf3+ 32.Kf1-Be2+ 33.Kg2 3 fold rep 1/2-1/2 well they don't get much closer than this 5.5-5.5 Steve C.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2017 10:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The final game of the match, actually Steve, without being too pedantic,although the MCGE did beat the R30 in their individual encounter in the high performer tourney,the R30 did finish above it in the table,getting 7 points to the MCGE's 6.5.
R30 (white ) Exclusive Genius (black) [ECO A11]
1.c4-c6 2.Nf3-d5 3.e3-Nf6 4.Nc3 (o.o.b )-a6 5.d4-b5 6.cd5-cd5 7.Bd3-e6 8.0-0 Bb7 9.Bd2-Bd6 10.b4-Nc6 (o.o.b )11.a4?! (this does weaken the queenside structure, a3 would have been better )-Nb4 12.Be2-ba4 13.Qa4+ Bc6 14.Qb3 0-0 15.Rfc1-Rb8 16.Rcb1-Qc7 17.Na4-Ne4 18.h3 (-1.02)-Bb5 (+1.23) 19.Bb5-Nc2 20.Ba5-Qa5 21.Qc2-ab5 22.Nb5-Qc3 23.Qd1-b4 24.Na4-Qc6 25.Rc1-Qb5 26.Nd2-Nd2 27.Qd2-Rfc8 28.Rc8+ Rc8 29.Nc5-Bc5 30.dc5-Qc5 31.Rb1-Rb8 32.Qd1-h6 33.Rc1-Qb5 34.Qb3-Qa6 35.g3-Qa3 36.Rb1-Qb3 37.Rb3-Kf8 38.Kf1-Ke7 39.Ke2-Kd6 40.Kd3-Kc5 41.h4-Ra8 42.Rb2-Ra3+ 43.Kd2-Kc4 44.Rc2+ Rc3 45.Rb2-b3 46.g4-Kb4 47.f3-e5 48.Rb1-Rc2+ 49.Kd3-e4+ 50.fe4-de4+ 51.Ke4-b2 52.g5-hg5 53.hg5-Kb3 54.g6-f6 55.Kf5-Rc6 56.e4-Ka2 0-1 so the MCGE pips the R30 at the post, by my reckoning that gives the MCGE 29 elo points over the R30,a fascinating match ,hope you all enjoyed playing through the games.Final score MCGE 6.5 - R30 5.5 .Now then I wonder what Millenium might have planned for the new year,any ideas? Steve C.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 14, 2017 10:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Very interesting contest, thanks for doing this. As regards to next year on the German site there are rumors that the new program will be a version of The King as an update for the MCGE. This has not been officially confirmed but Millennium have said there will be a new program update and possibly some new opening books for this product at the beginning of 2018. Some more concrete news is expected in the autumn.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 10:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

As an addendum to the match between these two computers, and the difference of opinion between the strongest settings for the R30, we don't argue on this site we're more civilized than that, I did conduct a 10 game match between these two, and had the R30 on normal setting, the result was 7-3 to the MCGE which, on that showing would indicate the active setting is indeed stronger than the normal setting, so I stand corrected, and can submit those games if required. Steve C.
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