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Re: WSET (World Strongest Engine Tournament) 2015

Post by Sedat Canbaz on Mon Aug 24, 2015 1:59 am

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Breaking News:
Synapse RZ4 WSET MP x64 eliminates Stockfish 170815 MP x64
Special Congratulations to Alejandro Torres too !

More Details:
Synapse won with a score 4.5 - 3.5 (on extra games)
Firstly a match of 2 games are played (300 Min +30 Sec with reversed colors),
Where both games are ended as draw, later a match of 4 games are played (15 Min + 10 Sec with reversed colors),
The results were still drawn, finely Synapse won in a match of 2 games (3 Min + 2 Sec with reversed colors)
Unfortunately, this time the reigning WSET Champion 2014 (Stockfish) lost its title...
To be honest, since a long time, I have never seen such exiting engine tournament!
And very soon I plan to start WSET 2015's Final : Komodo vs Synapse

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Re: WSET (World Strongest Engine Tournament) 2015

Post by ful on Mon Aug 24, 2015 3:34 am

Aff... Stock can't lose Synapse Evil or Very Mad Twisted Evil Crying or Very sad

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Re: WSET (World Strongest Engine Tournament) 2015

Post by Sedat Canbaz on Mon Aug 24, 2015 8:51 am

ful wrote:Aff... Stock can't lose Synapse Evil or Very Mad Twisted Evil Crying or Very sad

Every top engine can lose (including SF, Komodo, Synapse etc)
But however, in my eyes: both engines (Stockfish and Synapse) are as winners !
Because as we see the current match was very close in points...it seems SF was just not so lucky


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Re: WSET (World Strongest Engine Tournament) 2015

Post by Sedat Canbaz on Mon Aug 24, 2015 8:51 am

FINAL (600 Min +30 Sec) - The Current Position after 12 Moves

Details:
The semi-finalists, finalist used to play under Arena 3 GUI, due to I set giant slow time controls
In this way, e.g in case of power cut: I can resume the game, exactly at that position...
Because Arena GUI has a superior option: it saves current game after every played move
Also I have another possibility, to copy/paste and to publish the current position over chess forums
I set openings (based on Perfect 2015x book) mainly up to 5-6 moves for the quarter-finals, final
Probably the current game will take approx. 1 (one) day...
And depending on my free time...I plan to make often updates

Good luck to both engine teams !)
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[pgn][Event "WSET 2015"]
[Site "Antalya/Turkey"]
[Date "2015.08.24"]
[Round "FINAL"]
[White "Synapse RZ4 WSET MP x64"]
[Black "Komodo 9.1 MP x64"]
[Result "*"]
[ECO "D43"]
[Opening "Semi-Slav"]
[Time "02"]
[Variation "Moscow, Main Line"]
[TimeControl "36000+30"]
[Termination "unterminated"]
[PlyCount "23"]
[WhiteType "program"]
[BlackType "program"]

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 d5 4. Nc3 c6 5. Bg5 {+0.31/35 698} h6 {-0.26/32
1742} 6. Bxf6 {+0.25/35 492} Qxf6 {-0.25/31 386} 7. e3 {+0.27/34 782} Qd8
{-0.27/33 1096} 8. Bd3 {+0.26/36 2573} dxc4 {-0.29/32 1767} 9. Bxc4
{+0.27/32 281} Nd7 {-0.28/31 803} 10. O-O {+0.26/33 826} Be7 {-0.25/30 618}
11. Qc2 {+0.25/33 818} b6 {-0.24/31 822} 12. Rac1 {+0.17/32 1536} *[/pgn]

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Re: WSET (World Strongest Engine Tournament) 2015

Post by Sedat Canbaz on Mon Aug 24, 2015 4:41 pm

FINAL (600 Min +30 Sec) - The 1st game ended as draw after 33 moves

Well, the first final game is ended earlier than expected...
The opening is D43 Semi-Slav (e.g Komodo preferred 6.h6)

About the second final game,
Synapse preferred D44 Semi-Slav ( 5. dxc4), so this time I expect to see a different game...

[pgn][Event "WSET 2015"]
[Site "Antalya/Turkey"]
[Date "2015.08.24"]
[Round "Final"]
[White "Synapse RZ4 WSET MP x64"]
[Black "Komodo 9.1 MP x64"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "D43"]
[Opening "Semi-Slav"]
[Time "02"]
[Variation "Orthodox, Rubinstein, 7.Qc2 c6 8.Bd3 dxc4 9.Bxc4"]
[TimeControl "36000+30"]
[Termination "adjudication"]
[PlyCount "66"]
[WhiteType "program"]
[BlackType "program"]

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 d5 4. Nc3 c6 5. Bg5 {+0.31/35 698} h6 {-0.26/32
1742} 6. Bxf6 {+0.25/35 492} Qxf6 {-0.25/31 386} 7. e3 {+0.27/34 782} Qd8
{-0.27/33 1096} 8. Bd3 {+0.26/36 2573} dxc4 {-0.29/32 1767} 9. Bxc4
{+0.27/32 281} Nd7 {-0.28/31 803} 10. O-O {+0.26/33 826} Be7 {-0.25/30 618}
11. Qc2 {+0.25/33 818} b6 {-0.24/31 822} 12. Rac1 {+0.17/32 1536} Bb7
{-0.21/30 473} 13. Bd3 {+0.18/32 2530} Rc8 {-0.13/31 305} 14. h3 {+0.15/34
564} Qc7 {-0.13/34 961} 15. Rfd1 {+0.04/32 841} Qb8 {-0.04/33 1349} 16. Qe2
{+0.03/34 661} O-O {-0.08/32 305} 17. Ba6 {0.00/35 686} Nf6 {-0.06/30 273}
18. Bxb7 {+0.03/37 761} Qxb7 {+0.04/31 257} 19. Ne5 {0.00/40 670} c5
{+0.03/33 194} 20. Qf3 {-0.04/40 681} Qxf3 {+0.01/31 198} 21. Nxf3
{-0.04/35 218} Rfd8 {+0.01/32 299} 22. dxc5 {0.00/39 583} Rxc5 {+0.01/33
333} 23. Rxd8+ {-0.01/34 197} Bxd8 {-0.04/30 213} 24. Kf1 {0.00/36 356} a6
{-0.03/35 914} 25. Rd1 {0.00/39 792} Bc7 {-0.03/37 371} 26. Ke2 {0.00/40
382} b5 {-0.03/37 598} 27. a4 {0.00/42 568} Ba5 {-0.03/40 622} 28. axb5
{0.00/45 366} axb5 {-0.03/42 429} 29. Rc1 {0.00/46 444} Bxc3 {-0.03/43 492}
30. Rxc3 {0.00/49 504} Rxc3 {-0.02/43 400} 31. bxc3 {0.00/47 278} Ne4
{0.00/44 376} 32. Nd4 {0.00/49 628} Nxc3+ {0.00/43 395} 33. Kd3 {0.00/49
458} b4 {0.00/45 816  Arena Adjudication} 1/2-1/2
[/pgn]

[pgn][Event "WSET 2015"]
[Site "Antalya/Turkey"]
[Date "2015.08.24"]
[Round "Final"]
[White "Komodo 9.1 MP x64"]
[Black "Synapse RZ4 WSET MP x64"]
[Result "*"]
[ECO "D44"]
[Opening "Semi-Slav"]
[Time "13"]
[Variation "Botvinnik, 9.exf6"]
[TimeControl "36000+30"]
[Termination "unterminated"]
[PlyCount "15"]
[WhiteType "program"]
[BlackType "program"]

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 d5 4. Nc3 c6 5. Bg5 {+0.29/32 829} dxc4 {-0.20/33
567} 6. e4 {+0.30/30 766} b5 {-0.06/32 413} 7. e5 {+0.47/32 1413} h6
{-0.16/33 509} 8. Bh4 {+0.22/31 700} *
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Re: WSET (World Strongest Engine Tournament) 2015

Post by Sedat Canbaz on Mon Aug 24, 2015 10:18 pm

WSET 2015's Final (600 Min + 30 Sec) - Komodo vs Synapse

It seems,
Komodo has really a very BIG chance to be the champion !

According to my experience,
Usually the latest top engines suffer (as Blacks) with D44 Semi-Slav
That's why D44 is not allowing for playing in Perfect 2015 books
Note that I set a short line: 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 d5 4. Nc3 c6
So..I am not the reason about why Synapse preferred D44 Semi-Slav
For example, Komodo preferred D43 with playing 6.h6 (during his turn)

And after all,
I am not much surprised that the current score is in favor for Komodo

BTW,
Here is the current position after 23 moves:

[Event "WSET 2015"]
[Site "Antalya/Turkey"]
[Date "2015.08.24"]
[Round "Final"]
[White "Komodo 9.1 MP x64"]
[Black "Synapse RZ4 WSET MP x64"]
[Result "*"]
[ECO "D44"]
[Opening "Semi-Slav"]
[Time "13:01:38"]
[Variation "Botvinnik, Main Line, 12.g3 c5"]
[TimeControl "36000+30"]
[Termination "unterminated"]
[PlyCount "45"]
[WhiteType "program"]
[BlackType "program"]

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 d5 4. Nc3 c6 5. Bg5 {+0.29/32 829} dxc4 {-0.20/33
567} 6. e4 {+0.30/30 766} b5 {-0.06/32 413} 7. e5 {+0.47/32 1413} h6
{-0.16/33 509} 8. Bh4 {+0.22/31 700} g5 {-0.19/34 894} 9. Nxg5 {+0.37/30
580} hxg5 {-0.24/32 405} 10. Bxg5 {+0.44/29 531} Nbd7 {-0.08/32 445} 11.
exf6 {+0.38/28 466} Bb7 {-0.25/33 1148} 12. g3 {+0.47/29 712} Qb6 {-0.20/32
1009} 13. Bg2 {+0.47/32 1448} O-O-O {-0.22/32 602} 14. O-O {+0.38/30 648}
Ne5 {-0.50/32 631} 15. dxe5 {+0.83/29 695} Rxd1 {-0.69/31 406} 16. Rfxd1
{+0.99/28 260} c5 {-0.66/33 2538} 17. Bf4 {+1.09/29 615} Rg8 {-0.74/32 722}
18. h4 {+1.26/29 770} Kc7 {-0.81/32 1016} 19. a4 {+1.74/32 719} Bxg2
{-1.31/35 430} 20. Kxg2 {+1.67/29 263} b4 {-1.40/31 503} 21. Ne4 {+1.66/31
259} c3 {-1.96/32 1151} 22. bxc3 {+2.10/29 331} b3 {-1.85/31 662} 23. Rd2
{+2.21/28 298} *

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Re: WSET (World Strongest Engine Tournament) 2015

Post by Sedat Canbaz on Wed Aug 26, 2015 2:51 am

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I am pleased to announce:
Komodo crowned WSET 2015 champion !
BIG Congratulations to Komodo team !!

As I expected,
Komodo managed to win the second game...
Final score 1.5 - 0.5

Also I'd like to congratulate Synapse team too !
It is not so easy as it looks to qualify from 64 Top participants and to play final...

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Re: WSET (World Strongest Engine Tournament) 2015

Post by Guest on Wed Aug 26, 2015 4:20 am

thank you, tournament director Sedat!! Very Happy

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Re: WSET (World Strongest Engine Tournament) 2015

Post by Admin on Wed Aug 26, 2015 5:19 am

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Re: WSET (World Strongest Engine Tournament) 2015

Post by Sedat Canbaz on Wed Aug 26, 2015 2:53 pm

You are welcome...it is my pleasure dear chess friends


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Re: WSET (World Strongest Engine Tournament) 2015

Post by Sedat Canbaz on Wed Aug 26, 2015 4:19 pm

Some statistics about WSET 2015 played games

The Shortest Wins:
1)Rhetoric 1.4 x64 vs Fizbo 1.5 MP x64 0-1 (Fizbo as Blacks wins after 29 moves)
*The opening is A34 English: it is too risky and dangerous for both sides

2)Komodo 9.1 MP x64 vs Senpai 1.0 MP x64 1-0 (Komodo as Whites wins after 34 moves)
*The opening is D47: Semi Slav (well-balanced for both sides, in case of near Elo strength)
* And I think that the power of Komodo played the biggest role

3)Komodo 9.1 MP x64 vs Atlas 3.80 x64 1-0 (Komodo as Whites wins after 34 moves)
*The opening is A33 English: In my opinion it is a strong opening for both sides
*I noticed that, Atlas missed to play 10.Bc5, this is the reason about why Atlas lost in short moves...

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The Longest Wins:
1)Andscacs 0.82 MP x64 vs Chiron 2 MP x64 1-0 (Andscacs as Whites wins after 243 moves)
*The opening is B67...sometime some Top engines (as Blacks) suffer with this opening

2)Synapse RZ4 WSET MP x64 vs Stockfish 170815 MP x64 1-0 (Synapse as Whites wins after 136 moves)
The opening is C11: French, it is risky opening (e.g similar to be risky as B67 Sicilan)
Both engines are tested twice with the same opening C11, where Synapse managed to draw...

3)Hannibal 1.5 MP x64 vs Octochess 5190 MP x64 1-0 (Hannibal as Whites wins after 109 moves)
The opening is E59: Nimzo-Indian (balanced opening for both sides, in case of near Elo strength)
*And I think that here the strength of Hannibal played the main role about why...

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Games : 116 (finished)

White Wins : 47 (40.5 %)
Black Wins : 22 (19.0 %)
Draws : 47 (40.5 %)
Unfinished : 0

White Perf. : 60.8 %
Black Perf. : 39.2 %

ECO A = 12 Games (10.3 %)
ECO B = 31 Games (26.7 %)
ECO C = 29 Games (25.0 %)
ECO D = 38 Games (32.8 %)
ECO E = 6 Games ( 5.2 %)

The overall draw percentage is approx. 40%
And who said that Perfect book's opening lines are too drawish ?)
The number of draws percentage looks good...of course it is due to the Elo differences...

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