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PostPosted: Tue Aug 15, 2017 3:35 pm    Post subject: Millenium Chess Genius Pro-Exclusive Genius Reply with quote

I am interested in seeing how these chess genius programs compare under the same match conditions I have posted previously ,after posting this match,that will be all of my dedicated computers having played each other,besides my Rev 2 emulations which I won't be testing.So it will be a 12 game match under the old classical tournament settings,with both programs using their extensive books.
MCGPro (white ) MCGE (black)[ECO C00]
1.e4-e6 2.d3-c5 3.Nf3-d6 4.g3-b6 5.Bg2-Bb7 6.0-0 Nf6 7.Nc3 (o.o.b)-Be7 8.e5-Nd5 (o.o.b) 9.ed6-Bd6 10.Nd5-Bd5 11.Ng5-Bg2 12.Kg2 0-0.13.Qe2+(+0.15)-Be7 (+0.09) 14.Qe4-Qd5 15.Qd5-ed5 16.Re1-Nc6 17.c3-Rae8 18.Bf4-Bf6 19.Rad1-h6 20.Nf3-d4 21.cd4-Nd4 22.Nd4-Bd4 23.b3-Bf6 24.Re4-Rd8 25.b4-cb4 26.Rb4-Rd7 27.Rc4-Rfd8 28.Rc7-Rc7 29.Bc7-Rd4 30.Bf4 (+0.15)-Kf8 (-0.06) 31.Kf3-Ke7 32.Rd2-Ke6 33.Be3-Rb4 34.Rc2-Ra4 35.h3-h5 36.Ke2-Be5 37.Rd2-Bd6 38.h4-f5 39.f4-Kd5 40.Rb2-Bc5 41.Rc2-Bd4 42.Kd2-b5 43.Ke2-
Ra6 44.Bd2-Re6+ 45.Kf3-Bb6 46.Rb2 (-0.34)-a6 (+0.31) 47.Rb1-Kd4 48.Rb3-Bc5 49.Bc3+ Kd5 50.Bd2-g6 51.Rb1-Kd4 52.Rb3-Re8 53.Kf2-Re7 54.Kf3-Re6 55.Bc1-Kd5 56.Bd2-Rc6 57.Rc3-Kd4 58.Rb3-Bd6 59.Be3+ Kd5 60.Rb2-Ba3 61.Re2-Rc3 62.Rd2-a5 63.Kf2 (-1.00)-b4 (+1.1Cool 64.Bb6-a4 65.Be3-b3 66.ab3-ab3 67.Rd1 (-3.25)-b2 (+3.7Cool 68.Ke2-Rc2+ 69.Kf3-Bc5 70.d4-Ba7 71.Rb1-Kc4 72.d5-Be3 73.Ke3-Kc3 74.d6-Rd2 75.d7-Rd7 76.Kf3 0-1 so a win for the MCGE in game one,I would expect a similar (ish) scoreline as between the earlier match between the R30 and the CGPro. Regards Steve C.
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 16, 2017 3:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Game 2 of the match between the clones , maybe they had conspired a result before a pawn was moved.
MCGE (white ) CGPro (black) [ECO A07]
1.Nf3-d5 2.g3-Nf6 3.Bg2-c6 4.c4-dc4 5.Na3-b5 6.Ne5-Qc7 7.e4-cd3 (o.o.b) 8.Nd3 (o.o.b )-Bb7 9.Bf4-Qa5+ 10.Bd2-Qb6 11.Be3-Qc7 12.Bf4 (Rc1 would have kept things going)-Qb6 13.Be3-Qa5+ 14.Bd2-Qc7 15.Bf4 and would you believe it that was the draw by 3 fold repetition 1/2-1/2 Regards Steve C.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 17, 2017 4:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Game 3 between these machines, and I have informed them that no further pre match conspiracy will be tolerated.
CGPro(white ) Exclusive Genius (black) [ECO C28]
1.e4-e5 2.Bc4-Nf6 3.Nc3-Nc6 4.f4-Bc5 5.Nf3-d6 6.d3 0-0 7.Na4-Bb6 8.Nb6 (o.o.b)-ab6 9.fe5-de5 (o.o.b) 10.Be3-Qe7 11.a3-Be6 12.Be6-Qe6 13.0-0 Ng4 14.Qe2-Ne3 15.Qe3-f6 16.Qf2-Qd7 17.Nd2-Nd4 18.Nc4-Ne6 19.Qf5-Qd4+ 20.Qf2-b5 21.Qd4-Nd4 22.Ne3-Rfd8 23.Rad1-Ne2+ 24.Kf2-Nf4 25.g3-Ne6 26.Ke2-Nd4+ 27.Kd2-Ra4 28.Kc3-c6 29.Rb1-Kf7 30.Rf2 (-0.03)-Ke6 (+0.03) 31.Rbf1-Rd7 32.h4-Ra8 33.Kd2-Kf7 34.h5-h6 35.Ng2-Ke6 36.g4-Kf7 37.Nh4-c5 38.Ng6-Nc6 39.Kc3-Ke6 40.Rb1-b4+ 41.ab4-Nb4 42.Rff1-Na2+ 43.Kd2-c4 44.Rf3-b5 45.Ra1-Rad7 46.Raf1? (better is Nh4, the MCGE now starts to expose the queenside weakness)-Rd8 47.Ra1-b4 48.Rh1 (-0.53)-Rad7(+0.56) 49.Ra1-b3 50.cb3-cb3 51.Rd1-Nb4 52.Ke2-Nc2 53.Rh3-Ra7 54.Nh4-Ra2 55.Nf5-Rb2 56.Rd2-Rb1 57.d4-Nd4+ 58.Nd4+ Rd4 59.Rd4-ed4 60.Kd2-Ke5 61.Rf3-Ke4 62.Rf5-Rb2+ 0-1 I suspect from these first three games that there will be a greater difference ,in the final analysis, in favour of the MCGE, than there was in the CGPro -R30 match.Score 2.5-.5 in favour of the MCGE. Regards Steve C.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2017 5:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Game 4 of the 12 game match.
MCGE (white ) CGPro (black)[ECO B50]
1.e4-c5 2.Nf3-d6 3.Bc4-Nc6 4.c3-e6 5.0-0 (o.o.b)-d5 (o.o.b) 6.ed5-ed5 7.Re1+ Be7 8.Bb5-a6 9.Bc6+ bc6 10.Qa4-Bb7?! (better is Bd7) 11.d4-cd4?! (better is Nf6)12.cd4 (better is Nd4)-Nf6 13Qb4-Bc8 14.Qc5-Bd7 15.Bg5-Ne4 16.Qe7+ Qe7 17.Be7-Ke7 18.Nc3 (+1.12)-Be6(-1.15) 19.Ne4-de4 20.Re4-Kd6 21.b3-Bd5 22.Rg4 (better is Re3)-Rg8 (better is Bf3) 23.Nd2-Rae8 24.Kf1-g5 25.Rc1-h5 26.Rg3-Kc7 27.Re3-Re3 28.fe3-Re8 29.Ke2-f5 30.Nf3-f4 31.Ne5-Kd6 32.ef4-gf4 33.Kf2-Rg8 34.Nf3-Re8 35.Rc5-Kc7 36.Rc3-Re4 37.Rd3-Kd6 38.Ng5! (nice move by the MCGE, the start of the CGPro's problems )-Re3 39.Re3-fe3 40.Ke3 (+1.67)-Bg2 (-1.79) 41.Ne4+ Ke7 42.Ng3-h4 43.Nf5+ Kd7 44.Nh4-Bh3 45.Ng6-Bf5 46.Ne5+ Kd6 47.Nd3-Kc7 48.h4-Bg6 49.Ne5-Bf5 50.h5-Kd6 51.h6-a5 52.Nc4+ Kd5 53.Na4-c5 54.dc5-Kc5 55.Kf4-Bd3 56.Kg5
1-0 which gives the MCGE a 3.5-.5 lead over the CGPro. Incidentally, that ought to be a fascinating tourney starting on September 9th, am very much looking forward to following it.I'll be particularly interested to see how two of my old computers, namely the Mach 4 and the Berlin 68000 fare, even though, sadly,I no longer have them.Regards Steve C.
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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2017 5:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

donkeylane wrote:
Incidentally, that ought to be a fascinating tourney starting on September 9th, am very much looking forward to following it.I'll be particularly interested to see how two of my old computers, namely the Mach 4 and the Berlin 68000 fare


It should be a great match
the computer to watch is the ....

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 19, 2017 6:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sounds like insider knowledge to me Steve, e=mc2.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 20, 2017 5:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Game 5 of the match,it does seem to me there may be a bigger difference in the final score, maybe because they are both the same program and speed becomes more of a telling factor than in the R30-CGPro match.
CGPro (white ) MCGE (black)[ECO D15)
1.d4-c6 2.Nf3-Nf6 3.c4-d5 4.Nc3-a6 5.c5-Nbd7 6.h3-b6 7.cb6 (o.o.b)-e6 (o.o.b) 8.Bg5-Qb6 9.Qc2-h6 10.Bf4-c5 11.e3-Bb7 12.Bd3-cd4 13.ed4(-0.01)-Bd6 (-0.10) 14.Bd6-Qd6 15.0-0 0-0 16.Rfe1-Rac8 17.Qb3-Rc7 18.Rac1-Nh5 19.Ne2-Rfc8 20.Rc3-Rc3 21.Nc3-Qb6 22.Qb6-Nb6 23.Bf1-Nf6 24.Ne5-Nfd7 25.Nd7-Nd7 26.f4-a5 27.Bd3-Rb8 28.Bb5-Nf6 29.Re3-Ne4 30.Ne4 (-0.03)-de4 (+0.10) 31.Ra3-e3 32.Re3-Bg2 33.a4-Bb7 34.b4-ab4 35.Rb3-g5 36.fg5-hg5 37.Rb4-Bd5 38.Kh2-f5 39.h4 (better is Rb1, this invites the passed pawn )-g4 40.Kg3-Rc8 41.Kf4-Rc3 42.Rb1-g3 43.Rg1-g2 44.h5-Kg7 45.Ke5-Re3+ 46.Kf4-Rh3 47.Bc4-Bc4 48.Rg2+ Kh6 49.Rb2-Kh5 50.a5-Rd3 51.Ke5-Ra3 52.Rg2-Ra5+ 53.Kf4-Ra2 54.Rg5+ Kh6 55.Rg1-Re2 56.Rd1-Re4+ 57.Kg3-Kg5 58.Rd2-f4+ 59.Kf3-Re3+ 60.Kf2-Rd3 61.Re2 0-1 Once the CGPro had to sacrifice it's bishop on move 47 the game was over,but just wanted to see how they played it out from there. Match score MCGE 4.5 - CGPro .5
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 22, 2017 6:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is the halfway stage of the match,the score at the moment a little more one sided than I would have thought at the outset.
MCGE (white ) CGPro (black) [ECO A07]
1.Nf3-d5 2.g3-c6 3.c4-Nf6 4.Qc2-dc4 5.Qc4-Bf5 6.Bg2-Nbd7 7.Nc3-e6 8.d4-Be7 9.Qb3-Qb6 10.Nd2 0-0 (o.o.b ) 11.Nc4-Qb3 12.ab3 (o.o.b )-Bb4 13.0-0 (-0.06)-Bc2 (+0.03) 14.Bf4-Bb3 15.Na5-Ba5 16.Ra5-a6 17.Rc1-Rfc8 18.Ra3-Bd5 19.e4-Bc4 20.Rd1-Rd8 21.Bc7-Rdc8 22.Bd6-h6 23.h3-Rd8 24.b3-Bb5 25.Ra5-Rac8 26.Ra1-Nf8 27.Be7-Rd7 28.Ba3-Ng6 29.Bb2-Ne8 30.e5-Ne7 31.Ne4 (-0.17)-Rb8(+0.17) 32.Nc5-Rdd8 33.Rd2-Nc7 34.Ne4-Nf5 35.Bh1-Nd5 36.Kh2-Rd7 37.Nc5-Rc7 38.Ne4-Rd8 39.Kg1-Rcd7 40.Nc5-Re7 41.Kh2-b6 42.Ne4-Rc7 43.Ba3-f6 44.g4-Nfe7 45.Nd6-fe5 46.de5-c5 47.g5-hg5 48.Rg1-Bc6 49.Nc4-Rf8 50.Rg5-Nc8 51.Kg1 (-0.64)-Nf4 (+0.57) 52.Rg3-Bh1 53.Kh1-Rcf7 54.Kg1-Nd5 55.Ra2-Rf3 (better was Nce7 ) 56.Kg2-Rg3+ 57.fg3-a5 58.Re2-Nce7 59.Re4-Nc6 60.Bb2 (-1.35)-g6 (+1.10) 61.Nd6-Ncb4 62.Re2-a4? (Nd3 is better ) 63.ba4-Ra8 64.Ba3-Nc6 (Nd3 again better ) 65.Re4-Nd4 66.Bb2-Ra4? 67.Bd4-Rd4 68.Rd4-cd4 (the CGPro had a considerable advantage a few moves ago, that has all but gone ) 69.Nb5-d3 70.Kf2-Kf7 71.Nd6+ Kg7 72.Ke1-Nb4 73.Nc8-Nc6 74.Nb6-Ne5 75.Kd2-Kf6 76.Nc8-Kf7 77.Nd6+ Ke7 78.Ne4-Kd7 79.Kc3-Kc6 80.Kd4-Nd7 81.Kd3-Kd5 82.Ke3-Ke5 83.Nd2 1/2-1/2 with both evaluations at 0.00 ,the CGPro had it's chances but didn't take them.Match score MCGE 5 CGPro 1 Steve C.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 24, 2017 4:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Game 7,going by the SSDF rating of 2180 for the CGPro, it should be interesting calculating the MCGE rating at the end of this.
1.e4-c5 2.Nf3-d6 3.d4-Nf6 4.Nc3-cd4 5.Qd4-Nc6 6.Bb5-Nd7 7.Qd5(o.o.b )-Nb6 (o.o.b ) 8.Qg5-g6 9.0-0 a6 10.Be2-Bg7 11.Nd5-Na4 12.c3-h6 13.Qe3-Bg4 14.h3-Bf3 15.Bf3 0-0 16.Rd1-e6 17.Nf4 (-0.06)-Nc5 (+0.09) 18.Nd3-Nd3 19.Qd3-Ne5 20.Qe3-Qc7 21.Be2-Rfd8 22.Qf4-Qc6 23.Rd4-Rac8 24.Be3-b5 25.Rb4-d5 26.a4-g5 27.Qg3-Nc4 28.ab5-ab5 29.ed5-Qd5 30.Ra7? (h4 was better )-Bf8 31.Bc4-Rc4 32.Rc4-Qd1+ 33.Kh2-bc4 34.h4 (Qg4 was better )-Bd6 35.f4 (-0.1Cool-g4 (+0.31) 36.Qf2-Bb8 37.Ra6-Kh7 38.g3-Rd3 39.Kg2? (Ra8 was better )-Bd6 40.Ra5-Be7 41.f5-Rd5 42.Rd5-Qd5+ 43.Kh2-Qf5 44.Qf5-ef5 45.Kg2-h5 46.Bf4-Kg7 47.Be5-Kf8 48.Bf4-Bf6 49.Kf2-Ke7 50.Ke2-Ke6 51.Be3-Be5 52.Kf2-Kd5 53.Bg5-Ke4 54.Kg2-f4 55.gf4-Bf4 56.Be7-Kd3 57.Kf2-Bc1 58.Ba3-Kc2 59.Bc5 0-1 giving the MCGE a 6-1 lead ,after the first three games I did think the closeness of the R30 v MCGE match was not going to be an indicator for the result of this match, still, 5 games to play. Steve C.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 24, 2017 4:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm sure it wasn't needed on my post just now, but the MCGE was playing black, and the ECO code was B50, cheers Steve C.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 28, 2017 2:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Game 8 of the match, the MCGE missed good opportunities at move 21 and again at move 23 to gain a substantial advantage.
MCGE (white ) CGPro (black)[ECO A06]
1.b4! (well it surprised me)-d5 2.Nf3-Bf5 3.Bb2-e6 4.e3-Nf6 5.c4-Nbd7 (o.o.b )6.b5 (o.o.b )-Bd6 7.cd5-ed5 8.Be2 0-0 9.Nc3-Qe7 10.0-0 Nb6 11.Qb3-Bg4 12.Rfc1-Rfe8 13.h3-Be6 14.Qc2-Bd7 15.a4-h6 16.a5-Nc8 17.d4 (+0.43)-Rb8 (-0.37) 18.Ne5-c6 19.a6-Be5 20.de5-Nh7 21.Nd1 (Na4! was much better )-cb5 22.Qc7-Nb6 23.ab7 (e6! again much better, it could easily have been a decisive and winning position for the MCGE by now )-Nc4 24.Bd4-Be6 25.Qe7-Re7 26.Ba7-Rbb7 27.Bd4-Nf8 28.Rcb1-Bf5 29.Rb4-Ne5 30.Rb5-Nc6 31.Rd5-Nd4 32.Rd4-Rb8 33.Nc3-Rb3 34.Nd5-Re8 35.Rd2 (+1.09)-Rb7 (-1.00) 36.Nc3-Reb8 37.Ra5-Bd7 38.Bd3-Be6 39.Nb5-Bd7 40.Nd6-Rc7 41.Ra6-Be6 42.Bf5-Rc1+ 43.Kh2-Rd8 44.Be6-Ne6 45.Raa2-Rc7 46.Nf5-Rd2 47.Rd2-Kh7 48.g4-g6 49.Nd4-Ng5 50.Ra2-Ne4 51.Kg2-Kg7 52.h4-Rb7 53.Kf3-Nf6 54.g5-Nd7 55.Rc1-hg5 56.hg5-Nf8 57.Ke2-Re7 58.Rc6-Ra7 59.f4-Nd7 60.Rc2-Nb6 61.Nc6-Rc7 62.e4-Nd7 63.Ke3-Rc8 64.Nd4-Rc2 65.Nc2-Kf8 66.Nb4-Nc5 67.f5-Kg7 68.Kf4-gf5 69.ef5-Kf8 70.Nc6-Nd3+ 71.Ke3-Nc5 72.Ne5-Nb7 73.Nd7-Ke7 74.Nb6-Nc5 75.Nc4-Kf8 76.Kd4-Na6 77.Ke5-Nb4 78.f6-Nc6+ 79.Ke4-Nd8 80.Kf5 1/2-1/2 at this point I adjudicated a draw,I believe with accurate play the CGPro can hold this position, and the respective evaluations have been at +1.0 and -1.0 for a long time, no breakthrough was imminent. So which gives a score line of 6.5-1.5 in favour of the MCGE. Regards Steve C.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 29, 2017 8:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Game 9 ,even though the MCGE beat the R30 in their match, I do believe it has missed a number of tactical shots the R30 wouldn't have, still it's the result that counts.
CGPro (white ) MCGE (black) [ECO C23]
1.e4-e5 2.Bc4-Nc6 3.f4-Nf6 4.Nf3 (o.o.b )-ef4 (o.o.b) 5.d3-Na5 6.Bb3-Nb3 7.ab3-d5 8.e5? (Bf4)-Nh5 9.Nc3-Bg4 10.0-0 c6 11.d4-g5 12.Bd2-Ng7 13.Ne2-Nf5 14.Ba5(h3)-b6 15.Bd2-Bg7 16.Qe1 0-0 17.h3 (-1.21)-Bf3 (+1.56) 18.Rf3-f6 19.ef6-Qf6 20.Rf2-Qe6 21.c3-Nd6 22.Nc1-Ne4 23.Rf1-Qf5 24.Qd1-a5 25.Be1-Rfe8 26.h4-h6 27.hg5-hg5 28.Rf3-Kf7 (g4! ) 29.Nd3-Rh8 30.Qc1-Ke7 31.Qc2-Rh5 32.Nf2-g4 33.Rd3-Rah8 34.Qe2-f3 35.Rf3-gf3 36.Qf3-Qf3 37.gf3-Nf2
0-1 normal service has resumed, 7.5 - 1.5 in favour of the MCGE. Steve C .
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Game 10 and the third A07 opening of the match.
MCGE (white ) CGPro (black) [ECO A07]
1.Nf3-d5 2.g3-Nf6 3.c4-dc4 4.Qa4+ Nc6 (o.o.b) 5.Bg2 (o.o.b )-Qd5 6.Nc3-Qc5 7.Ne5-Qe5 8.Bc6+ Kd8 9.Bb5-e6 10.0-0 Bd7 11.Bd7-Nd7 12.Qc4-Bc5 13.d3-Nb6 14.Qg4-f5 15.Qg5+(better is Qf3)-Be7 16.Bf4-Qf6 17.Qf6 (+0.31)-Bf6 (-0.71) 18.Be3-h5 19.Rac1-c6 20.b4-h4 21.b5-hg3 22.hg3-Nd5 23.Nd5-cd5 24.Rc5-Be7 25.Rc2-Bd6 26.Rfc1-Kd7 27.Bd4-e5 28.Bc5-Rhc8 29.d4-e4 30.Kg2-Ke6 31.Bd6-Rc2 32.Rc2-Kd6 33.a4-Rh8 34.a5-g5 35.e3(+0.06)-g4 (-0.03) 36.Rc5-a6 37.b6-Rh7 38.Rc8-Ke6 39.Rf8-Rh3 (better is Re7) 40.Rg8-Rh7 41.Rg6+ Ke7 42.Kg1-Rf7(Kd7) 43.Rh6-Rg7 44.Kf1-Rf7(Kd7) 45.Ke1-Rf6 46.Rh4-Rf7? (Kd6) too many mistakes at the back now make it easy for the MCGE to move in 47.Kd2-Kf6 48.Rh6+ Ke7 49.Kc3-Rf6 50.Rh1-Ke6 51.Rh8-Rf7 52.Kb4-Kf6 53.Kc5-Rd7 54.Rh6+(+2.62)-Kg7 (-3.81) 55.Rd6-Re7 56.Kd5-Kf7 57.Rd8-Kf6 58.Kd6-Rh7 59.d5-Kg6 60.Rd7-Rh1 61.Rb7-Ra1 62.Ke6 and that's another 1-0 for the MCGE,the CGPro's handling of it's rook and king allowed the MCGE's king to move in, match score MCGE 8.5 CGPro 1.5 Steve C.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 07, 2017 8:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Game 11, by the way, I did try that 400 year old problem on the MCGE, it had made no progress after 20 minutes.
CGPro (white ) MCGE (black)[ECO A15]
1.Nf3-Nf6 2.c4-e6 3.g3-c5 4.Bg2-Nc6 5.Nc3-d5 6.cd5-ed5 7.d4 (o.o.b )-cd4 8.Nd4-Be7 9.Bf4 0-0 10.0-0 Bg4 11.Qd3-Qb6 (o.o.b )12.e3-Nd4 13.Qd4 (+0.23)-Qd4 (-0.6Cool 14.ed4-Rad8 15.Rac1-Rd7 16.Rfe1-Rfd8 17.h3-Bf5 18.Re5 (g4)-Be6 19.Nb5 (Re3)-Ne4 20.Nc7-Bf6 21.Ne6-fe6 22.Re6-Kf7 23.Re5-g5! 24.Be4-gf4 25.Bf5-Be5 26.de5-fg3 (Re7) 27.Bd7(e6)-gf2+ 28.Kf2-Rd7 29.Ke3-Ke6 30.Rc8(-0.81)-Ke5(+0.32) 31.Re8+ Kf6 32.Kd4-Kg5 33.b4-Kh4 34.Re3-h5 35.a4!-b6 36.b5-Rg7 37.Kd5-Rc7 38.Kd4-Rh7 39.Kd5-Rh6 40.Re7-Kh3 41.Ra7-h4 42.a5-ba5 43.Ra5-Kg4 44.Ra4+ Kg5 45.Ra1 1/2 - 1/2
which now makes it 9-2 to the MCGE one game to go. Steve C.
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 10:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Final game of the match, a bigger difference in the final result than many would have thought I believe.
MCGE(white ) CGPro (black)[ECO D04]
1.d4-d5 2.Nf3-Nf6 3.e3-e6 4.Nbd2-Bf5 5.c4-e6 6.Nh4-Bg4 7.Nf3-Nbd7 8.Qc2-Bd6 9.Be2 0-0 10.0-0 Bf5 (o.o.b) 11.Bd3 (o.o.b)-Bd3 12.Qd3-Qc7 13.h3-e5 14.de5-Ne5 15.Ne5-Be5 16.Nf3-Rad8 17.Rb1(-0.15)-Rfe8(+0.20) 18.b3-Ne4 19.Qc2-Bc3 20.Bb2-Bb2 21.Qb2-Qa5(dc4) 22.a3(b4)-Qc5 23.Rbc1-dc4 24.Rc4-Qf5 25.Qc2-Qg6 26.Rc1-h6 27.Ra4-a6 28.Ra5-Qd6 29.b4-Qd3 30.Nd4-Qc2 31.Rc2-g6 32.Kf1-Kg7 33.Kg1-Rd7 34.Kf1-Rd6 35.Kg1-Ng5 36.Kf1-Ne6 37.Ne6+ Ree6 38.Ke2-Kf6 39.Rac5 (+0.03)-h5 (+0.03) 40.g4-hg4 41.hg4-Re8 42.g5+ Ke7 43.Re5+ Re6 44.Re6+ Ke6 45.Rc4-Rh8 46.Kf3-Rh3+ 47.Kg2-Rh8 48.Re4+ Kd6 49.f4-a5 and here with both evaluations at 0.00 a draw was declared, a final result of 9.5 - 2.5 in favour of the MCGE, which ,I think, gives the MCGE an elo rating above the CGPro of 232 points, maybe a little high,hope you enjoyed the match .Regards Steve C.
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