2018-09-09

CCCC rounds 23, 24 and 25. Leela with 2 nice wins.




ROUND 23
Andscacs won Arasan in an important win for top8 place, while Ethereal and Booot drew their games.
Top 3 continued with wins but Shredder drew.
Leela took advantage of it and won against Laser so she is now alone in 4th place. Leela's game was great, since while in the opening the game seemed dry with no much play but Leela dominated with clever Pawn moves and showing great long term understanding of the position it created a positionaly winning position.
Fizbo after 9 consecutive draws (17th in the tournament so far) it couldn't hold and lost against the mighty Stockfish.


265 Andscacs vs Arasan 1-0
266 Xiphos vs Booot 1/2-1/2
267 Crafty vs Wasp 1/2-1/2
268 Vajolet vs Ethereal 1/2-1/2
269 Fire vs Texel 1-0
270 Stockfish vs Fizbo 1-0
271 Fritz vs Shredder 1/2-1/2
272 Senpai vs Gull 0-1
273 Houdini vs Pedone 1-0
274 Nirvana vs Ivanhoe 1-0
275 Komodo vs Nemorino 1-0
276 Lco vs Laser 1-0


[Event "CCCC 1: Rapid Rumble (15|5) Stage 1"] [Site "Chess.com"] [Date "2018.09.08"] [Round "?"] [White "Lc0 17.11089"] [Black "Laser 1.6"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "D35"] [WhiteElo "3300"] [BlackElo "3244"] [Annotator "Ts,George"] [PlyCount "199"] [EventDate "2018.??.??"] [EventType "rapid"] 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 d5 4. Nc3 Nbd7 5. cxd5 exd5 6. Bg5 c6 7. e3 h6 8. Bh4 Be7 9. Bd3 Ne4 10. Bxe7 Qxe7 11. Qc2 Ndf6 12. a4 O-O 13. a5 Bf5 14. O-O a6 15. Ne5 Bh7 16. Na4 Nd6 17. Bxh7+ Nxh7 18. Nc5 {White has some more freedom and space but black has not any big problems.} Nf6 19. b4 Rfe8 20. f3 {Starting with this Leela completely outplays Laser.} Nh7 21. Rae1 Nb5 22. g4 $1 { Typical Leela.} Nf8 23. Qg2 Ne6 24. Ncd3 $1 Rab8 25. f4 Nd6 26. Kh1 {[%cal Gf1g1]} Rbc8 {Black just shufles its pieces randomly while white strategicaly places them for an attack. Yet, it's not that clear what black can do.} 27. Rf3 $5 {Interesting choice. Rg1 would be also nice but this is deeper since it allows Rh3 and access to h-file.} Rc7 28. h4 {Leela is fearless!} Qxh4+ 29. Rh3 Qd8 30. g5 hxg5 31. Qh2 (31. Rf1 $1 {Leela missed this but Qh2 is also strong.} f6 32. Qh2 Nf7 (32... fxe5 33. Rh8+ Kf7 34. fxe5+ Nf5 (34... Ke7 35. exd6+ {[%cal Rh8e8,Gd8d6]}) 35. Rxf5+ Ke7 36. Rh7 $16) 33. Nxf7 Kxf7 34. f5 Nf8 35. Nc5 Ke7 36. e4 $1 dxe4 37. Re1 Rc8 38. Rxe4+ Kf7 39. Nxb7 Rxe4 40. Nxd8+ Rxd8 41. Qa2+ Rd5 42. Rd3 Ke7 43. Qc4 Rxf5 44. Qxc6 Re1+ 45. Kh2 $16) 31... Kf8 32. Nc5 Ke7 33. Rg1 Rg8 34. fxg5 Qe8 {[%tqu "En","Now Leela played a very nice move that doomed black's position to inferiority. Can you find it? Execute it on the board!","","","g5g6","Very deep move. It locks black positionaly into a cramped and inferior position.",10]} 35. g6 $1 {Very deep move. It locks black's positionaly into an inferior game.} f6 36. Rg4 {[%cal Gg4h4]} Qc8 (36... fxe5 $5 37. Qxe5 Nc4 38. Qxe6+ Kd8 39. Rf4 (39. Rgh4) 39... Re7 40. Qg4 Kc7 41. Rhf3 Nd6 42. Qg3 Kc8 43. Kg2 Rh8 44. Kg1 Qd8 45. Rf7 Rhe8 46. Nd3 Ne4 {And while white seems to have a better position, yet black seems to hold.}) 37. Rh5 Re8 $2 (37... Ne8 {This would have been much better.}) 38. Kg1 {[%csl Re5][%cal Rf6e5] e5 Knight is immune.} (38. Rgh4 $16) 38... Rg8 (38... fxe5 39. Qh4+ Ng5 40. Qxg5+ Kf8 41. Rh8#) 39. Rg2 {[%csl Re5][%cal Rf6e5]} Nb5 (39... fxe5 $4 40. Rxe5 {[%cal Rh2h4,Rh4e7]}) 40. Nf7 $16 Nxc5 41. bxc5 Qe6 42. Qf4 Kd7 43. Rgh2 Qe4 44. Qxe4 dxe4 {Black is doomed. White's pieces are controlling everything while black is cramped.} 45. R2h4 Rcc8 46. Kf2 Rb8 47. Rxe4 Nc7 48. Nd6 Rh8 49. Reh4 Rxh5 50. Rxh5 Rg8 51. Nf5 Ne6 52. Rh1 Ra8 53. Kf3 Rb8 54. Nd6 Ra8 55. Kg4 Kc7 56. Rb1 Rb8 57. Rb6 {[%csl Rb7] A superb zugzwang! Only the Knight can move for black.} Kd7 {Black decides to leave the b-Pawn. Everything were losing anyway.} (57... Nf8 58. Kf5 Nd7 59. Ke6) 58. Nxb7 f5+ 59. Kxf5 Rf8+ 60. Ke4 Ng5+ 61. Kd3 Nh3 62. Rxa6 Nf2+ 63. Ke2 Ng4 64. Nd6 Ke6 65. Rxc6 Kd5 66. Rc8 Rf2+ 67. Kd3 Ke6 68. e4 Rf3+ 69. Kc4 Kd7 70. Rg8 Rh3 71. Rxg7+ Ke6 72. Rf7 Ne3+ 73. Kb5 Rh8 74. a6 Rb8+ 75. Ka4 Rg8 76. a7 Nc2 77. d5+ Ke5 78. Kb5 Kd4 79. g7 Kd3 80. Kb6 Ne3 81. a8=R Rxa8 82. Kb5 Rb8+ 83. Kc6 Rg8 84. Re7 Ng4 85. Kb5 Nf6 86. c6 Ra8 87. c7 Ng4 88. Nf5 Nh2 89. d6 Nf3 90. d7 Nd4+ 91. Nxd4 Kxd4 92. Rf7 Ke3 93. c8=R Ra2 94. d8=Q Rb2+ 95. Kc4 Rc2+ 96. Kb3 Rb2+ 97. Kc3 Rc2+ 98. Kxc2 Kxe4 99. Qd6 Ke3 100. Re8# 1-0


ROUND 24
A small upset as Laser drew Komodo with black so Komodo lost some ground for the hunt of 1st place.
Fire and Shredder had a draw while Booot and Andscacs drew their games.
Ethereal lost to Stockfish so it's not fighting for top 8.
Leela won another game this time against Ivanhoe.


277 Xiphos vs Andscacs 1/2-1/2
278 Arasan vs Wasp 1/2-1/2
279 Vajolet vs Booot 1/2-1/2
280 Crafty vs Texel 0-1
281 Stockfish vs Ethereal 1-0
282 Fire vs Shredder 1/2-1/2
283 Senpai vs Fizbo 1/2-1/2
284 Fritz vs Pedone 1/2-1/2
285 Nirvana vs Gull 1/2-1/2
286 Houdini vs Nemorino 1-0
287 Lco vs Ivanhoe 1-0
288 Komodo vs Laser 1/2-1/2

[Event "CCCC 1: Rapid Rumble (15|5) Stage 1"] [Site "Chess.com"] [Date "2018.09.09"] [Round "?"] [White "Lc0 17.11089"] [Black "Ivanhoe 999946h"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "A58"] [WhiteElo "3300"] [BlackElo "3115"] [PlyCount "175"] [EventDate "2018.??.??"] [EventType "rapid"] 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 c5 3. d5 b5 {Benko Gambit! Ivanhoe is brave playing this. Black has to know to play such a gambit.} 4. cxb5 a6 5. bxa6 e6 {Unusual move. Much more logical choices are fianchettoing the bishop with g6 or Bxa6 to put more problems to white what to do with its light Bishop on f1.} 6. Nc3 exd5 7. Nxd5 Nxa6 {Black for the cost of a Pawn gains a faster development than white, while white has also to spend 3 moves to get ready to castle} 8. Bg5 Be7 9. Nxe7 Qxe7 10. Nf3 O-O 11. e3 h6 12. Bh4 d5 13. Be2 Rd8 14. O-O {White castled into safety and is fine with his development and always a Pawn up. So what has black gained except the 2 Pawns in the center?} g5 15. Bg3 Ne4 16. a3 {[%csl Rb4][%cal Ra6b4]} h5 17. h3 Nxg3 18. fxg3 Rd6 $2 {[%cal Gd6h6,Gd6g6] Black is desperate to do something so maybe he planned Rg6 or Rh6 to try for an attack. But this is wrong.} (18... Rb8) 19. Kh2 Nc7 (19... Qxe3 $4 20. Re1 {[%csl Ra6, Rg5][%cal Re2a6]} Qf2 21. Nxg5 $18) 20. Qc2 Re6 21. Rae1 Rxe3 22. Bd3 Rxe1 ( 22... d4 23. Rxe3 dxe3 24. h4 $1 gxh4 25. Nxh4 Be6 26. Nf5 Bxf5 27. Rxf5 $16) 23. Rxe1 Be6 24. Qd2 f6 25. h4 g4 26. Ng1 Kg7 27. Ne2 Qd6 28. b4 Bf7 29. bxc5 Qxc5 30. Rc1 Qb6 31. Bb1 Ne6 32. Qxd5 Ra4 33. Qf5 {[%csl Rh7]} Nf8 34. Nf4 Rxa3 35. Rc5 {This is essentially over. White has too many threats.} Qd6 36. Rb5 Kg8 37. Qc2 Qd8 38. Nxh5 Qd6 39. Nf4 Ra7 40. Qe2 Kh8 41. Nh5 Qd4 42. Rb8 Kg8 43. Nf4 Qd7 44. h5 f5 45. Qe5 Ra6 46. Bxf5 Qd6 47. Qxd6 Rxd6 48. Bxg4 Kg7 49. Bf5 Ne6 50. Bxe6 Bxe6 51. Nxe6+ Rxe6 52. g4 Re3 53. g3 Re1 54. Rb6 Kh7 55. Kh3 Rh1+ 56. Kg2 Ra1 57. Kf3 Rf1+ 58. Ke4 Re1+ 59. Kf5 Rf1+ 60. Kg5 Rf2 61. Rb7+ Kh8 62. Kg6 Rf8 63. g5 Rg8+ 64. Kh6 Ra8 65. g6 Rc8 66. Rf7 Kg8 67. Rd7 Kh8 68. Kg5 Rc5+ 69. Kh6 Rc8 70. g4 Kg8 71. Kg5 Rc5+ 72. Kf6 Rc6+ 73. Kg5 Rc5+ 74. Kh6 Rc8 75. Re7 Rd8 76. Kg5 Rd5+ 77. Kf6 Rd8 78. Rc7 Ra8 79. h6 Kh8 80. Kg5 Rd8 81. Re7 Rd5+ 82. Kf4 Rd4+ 83. Kf5 Rd5+ 84. Ke4 Rd8 85. g5 Kg8 86. Kf4 Kf8 87. Rb7 Kg8 88. Kg4 {Here Ivanhoe crashed but white was winning anyway.} 1-0


ROUND 25
Laser after drawing Komodo in previous round, now it had a draw against Houdini!
Boot also had an easy draw against Stockfish.
Fizbo, the drawmaster, with 18 draws out of 24 games was winning against Nirvana, but maybe deliberately, not to miss its beloved draw result, blundered and played wrongly and instead drew so now it has 19 draws out of 25 games!!

 Leela with black against Gull had a draw too in a very dubious fashion, since instead of playing for a win it followed the plan of exchanging everything and up to move 25 the position was a dead draw. Worth noting is that while the time controls is 15 minutes base time plus 5 second per move increment, Leela on her 30th move had 15 minutes on her clock! While Laser had about 5.5 minutes. Meaning Leela blitzed the game playing essentialy on increment, around 5 seconds per move for her first 30 moves! This is not of course and the best way to handle time. Let alone her strategy of exchanging every possible piece just to achieve equality. Since most of these engines are much weaker than Leela she instead should seek keeping the Pawns and pieces on the board and creating complicated positions. So she needs a kind of contempt like the one traditional engines have especially the strongest ones like Stockfish, that contempt implementation as default transformed its performance in tournaments like TCEC winning much more frequently instead of just drawing.

[Event "CCCC 1: Rapid Rumble (15|5) Stage 1"] [Site "Chess.com"] [Date "2018.09.09"] [Round "?"] [White "Gull 3.syz"] [Black "Lc0 17.11089"] [Result "1/2-1/2"] [ECO "B22"] [WhiteElo "3184"] [BlackElo "3400"] [PlyCount "180"] [EventDate "2018.??.??"] [EventType "rapid"] 1. e4 c5 2. c3 Nf6 3. e5 Nd5 4. d4 cxd4 5. Nf3 Nc6 6. Bc4 Nb6 7. Bb3 d6 8. exd6 Qxd6 9. O-O Be6 10. Bxe6 Qxe6 11. Nxd4 Nxd4 12. cxd4 Qd7 13. Nc3 g6 (13... e6 14. Qg4 h5 15. Qf3 {And there is a game.}) 14. a4 Bg7 15. Re1 Rc8 $6 {Dubious. Leads to forced exchanges.} (15... O-O 16. a5 Nc8 17. Bf4 Nd6 {And black can play for the weakness of the isolated d-Pawn.}) 16. a5 Nc4 17. Bg5 O-O 18. Rxe7 Qd8 19. Qe2 h6 20. Bf4 Qxd4 21. g3 Nxb2 22. Qxb2 Rxc3 23. Rb1 b6 24. axb6 axb6 25. Qxb6 Qxb6 26. Rxb6 Bd4 {Leela went into this dead draw position after just 26 moves voluntarily. She really should not try so many simplifications early in the game. While her time thus far was 6 seconds per move only, having 14. 5 minutes of the initial 15. This is not that great time management of course.} 27. Rbb7 Rc2 28. Be3 Bxe3 29. Rxe3 Rc6 30. Rf3 Kg7 31. h4 h5 32. Kg2 Rf6 33. Rc3 Rd8 34. Rc2 Rdd6 35. Re2 Rb6 36. Ra7 Rfe6 37. Rd2 Rf6 38. Rad7 Rfc6 39. Ra2 Rd6 40. Rxd6 Rxd6 41. Ra4 Kf6 42. Rb4 Rc6 43. Rf4+ Kg7 44. Re4 Kf6 45. Rb4 Rc7 46. Rb6+ Kf5 47. Rb5+ Kf6 48. Rb3 Rc6 49. Rb7 Rc3 50. Rb6+ Kf5 51. Rb4 Kf6 52. Rb7 Rc6 53. Rb8 Rc7 54. Rd8 Rb7 55. Rc8 Rb3 56. Rc6+ Kf5 57. Rc4 Kf6 58. Rf4+ Ke6 59. Re4+ Kf6 60. Re2 Rb7 61. Re8 Rc7 62. Re3 Rb7 63. Rf3+ Kg7 64. Rc3 Kf6 65. Rc5 Rb2 66. Rc6+ Kf5 67. Rc4 Kf6 68. Rc7 Rb3 69. Rc8 Rb7 70. Rc1 Rb3 71. Rc7 Rb6 72. Kf3 Rb3+ 73. Kf4 Rb2 74. Rc6+ Kg7 75. Kf3 Rb3+ 76. Kg2 Ra3 77. Rd6 Rc3 78. Rd8 Kf6 79. Ra8 Rc7 80. Rb8 Ra7 81. Rb3 Rc7 82. Rb2 Rc3 83. Rb1 Ra3 84. Rb6+ Kg7 85. Rb2 Kf6 86. Kg1 Ra7 87. Kh2 Rc7 88. Kh1 Rc5 89. Kg2 Kf5 90. Rb7 Ke6 1/2-1/2


289 Andscacs vs Wasp 1/2-1/2
290 Xiphos vs Vajolet 1-0
291 Texel vs Arasan 1-0
292 Booot vs Stockfish 1/2-1/2
293 Shredder vs Crafty 1-0
294 Ethereal vs Senpai 1-0
295 Pedone vs Fire 1/2-1/2
296 Fizbo vs Nirvana 1/2-1/2
297 Nemorino vs Fritz 1/2-1/2
298 Gull vs Lco 1/2-1/2
299 Laser vs Houdini 1/2-1/2
300 Ivanhoe vs Komodo 0-1


Standings after round 25 of 46. First 8 go to next stage.
Player Score (SB) Ho St Ko Lc Sh Fi Bo Et An Xi Fr Te Pe Va Gu Fi La Ar Wa Ne Iv Se Ni Cr +/-/=
1: Houdini 6.03 20.5 / 25 230.25 XX =. =. =. =. 1. =. =. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. =. 1. 1. 1= 1. =. 11 1. 1. 1. 1.(+16 -0 =9)
2: Stockfish 220818 20.0 / 25 232.75 =. XX =. =. =. =. 1= 11 =. =. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. =. =. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1.(+15 -0 =10)
3: Komodo 2118.00 20.0 / 25 225.50 =. =. XX =. 1. 1. 1. =. =. =. =. 1. 1. 1. =. 1. 1= =. 1. 1. 11 1. 1. 1.(+15 -0 =10)
4: Lc0 17.11089 18.0 / 25 208.75 =. =. =. XX =. =. =. 1. =. 1. 1. 1. =. 1. 1= =. 1. 1. =. =. 11 =. 1. =.(+11 -0 =14)
5: Shredder 13 17.5 / 25 190.25 =. =. 0. =. XX 1= =. =. 1. =. =. 1. =. =. 1. =. =. 1. =. 1. 1. 1. 1. 11(+11 -1 =13)
6: Fire 7.1 16.5 / 25 180.25 0. =. 0. =. 0= XX =. 1. =. =. 1. 1. 1= =. 1. =. 1. 1. =. 1. =. 1. 1. 1.(+11 -3 =11)
7: Booot 6.3.1 15.5 / 25 168.75 =. 0= 0. =. =. =. XX =. =. =. =. 1. =. == =. =. 1. =. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1.(+8 -2 =15)
8: Ethereal 10.88 15.0 / 25 155.25 =. 00 =. 0. =. 0. =. XX 1. 1. =. 0. =. =. 1. =. 1. 1. =. 1. 1. =1 1. 1.(+10 -5 =10)
9: Andscacs 0.94 14.5 / 25 150.75 0. =. =. =. 0. =. =. 0. XX 0= 0. =. =. 1. 1. =. 1. 1. 1= 1. =. 1. 1. 1.(+9 -5 =11)
10: Xiphos 0.3.17 13.0 / 25 143.75 0. =. =. 0. =. =. =. 0. 1= XX =. =. =. 01 =. =. =. =. =. 1. 0. 1. 1. 1.(+6 -5 =14)
11: Fritz 16.10 13.0 / 25 137.25 0. 0. =. 0. =. 0. =. =. 1. =. XX 0. 1= 1. =. =. =. =. 1. == =. =. 1. 1.(+6 -5 =14)
12: Texel 1.07 13.0 / 25 117.75 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 1. =. =. 1. XX =. =. =. =. =. =1 =. 1. =. 1. 1. 11(+8 -7 =10)
13: Pedone 1.8 12.0 / 25 125.25 0. 0. 0. =. =. 0= =. =. =. =. 0= =. XX =. =. 1. =. =. =. =. =. 1. 1. 1.(+4 -5 =16)
14: Vajolet 2.6 11.5 / 25 122.50 =. 0. 0. 0. =. =. == =. 0. 10 0. =. =. XX =. =. 1. =. =. 0. =. 1. 1. 1.(+5 -7 =13)
15: Gull 3.syz 11.0 / 25 107.25 0. 0. =. 0= 0. 0. =. 0. 0. =. =. =. =. =. XX =. =. =. 1. =. 1. 1. == 1.(+4 -7 =14)
16: Fizbo 1.9 10.5 / 25 109.75 0. 0. 0. =. =. =. =. =. =. =. =. =. 0. =. =. XX =. 0. =. =. =. == == 1.(+1 -5 =19)
17: Laser 1.6 10.0 / 25 106.25 0= =. 0= 0. =. 0. 0. 0. 0. =. =. =. =. 0. =. =. XX =. =. 1. 0. 1. 1. 1.(+4 -9 =12)
18: Arasan CCCC-2018 10.0 / 25 103.50 0. =. =. 0. 0. 0. =. 0. 0. =. =. =0 =. =. =. 1. =. XX 1= 0. 0. =. 1. 1.(+4 -9 =12)
19: Wasp 3.25 9.0 / 25 104.25 =. 0. 0. =. =. =. 0. =. 0= =. 0. =. =. =. 0. =. =. 0= XX =. 0. 1. =. =.(+1 -8 =16)
20: Nemorino 5.00 9.0 / 25 83.50 00 0. 0. =. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. == 0. =. 1. =. =. 0. 1. =. XX 1. 1. 1. =.(+5 -12 =8)
21: Ivanhoe 999946h 8.0 / 25 89.25 0. 0. 00 00 0. =. 0. 0. =. 1. =. =. =. =. 0. =. 1. 1. 1. 0. XX 0. 0. =.(+4 -13 =8)
22: Senpai 2.0 5.0 / 25 50.25 0. 0. 0. =. 0. 0. 0. =0 0. 0. =. 0. 0. 0. 0. == 0. =. 0. 0. 1. XX =. =.(+1 -16 =8)
23: Nirvana 2.4 4.0 / 25 36.50 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. == == 0. 0. =. 0. 1. =. XX 0.(+1 -18 =6)
24: Crafty 25.2 3.5 / 25 28.50 0. 0. 0. =. 00 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 00 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. =. =. =. =. 1. XX(+1 -19 =5)



Rating performance so far after round 22:

Rank Name               Elo    +    - games score oppo. draws 
   1 Houdini 6.03       469  123  108    25   82%   246   36% 
   2 Stockfish 220818   466  119  106    25   80%   256   40% 
   3 Komodo 2118.00     451  120  107    25   80%   246   40% 
   4 Shredder 13        379  107  101    25   70%   248   52% 
   5 Lc0 17.11089       371  105   99    25   70%   249   60% 
   6 Fire 7.1           364  107  101    25   66%   259   44% 
   7 Booot 6.3.1        336  101   97    25   62%   264   60% 
   8 Ethereal 10.88     323  108  105    25   60%   257   40% 
   9 Andscacs 0.94      314  105  102    25   58%   255   44% 
  10 Xiphos 0.3.17      280  100  100    25   52%   260   56% 
  11 Fritz 16.10        264  101  100    25   52%   255   56% 
  12 Pedone 1.8         255   96   97    25   48%   264   64% 
  13 Texel 1.07         252  103  103    25   52%   247   40% 
  14 Vajolet 2.6        246  100  101    25   46%   263   52% 
  15 Gull 3.syz         233   99  100    25   46%   255   60% 
  16 Laser 1.6          224  102  105    25   40%   276   48% 
  17 Arasan CCCC-2018   202  101  105    25   40%   258   48% 
  18 Fizbo 1.9          197   95   97    25   42%   244   76% 
  19 Wasp 3.25          189   98  102    25   36%   262   64% 
  20 Nemorino 5.00      174  105  111    25   36%   271   32% 
  21 Ivanhoe 999946h    152  108  116    25   32%   275   32% 
  22 Senpai 2.0          60  109  124    25   20%   267   32% 
  23 Nirvana 2.4         16  116  137    25   16%   265   24% 
  24 Crafty 25.2          0  118  143    25   14%   274   20% 
**This is with Lc0 - Gull game counted as draw. Since this is a rating list the real result should be counted, as the CCCC result by their rules because Gull crashed, was 1-0 in favor of Lc0.

Next rounds:

      ROUND 26
301 Vajolet vs Andscacs 0-1
302 Wasp vs Texel 0-1
303 Stockfish vs Xiphos 1-0
304 Arasan vs Shredder 1/2-1/2
305 Senpai vs Booot 0-1
306 Crafty vs Pedone 0-1
307 Nirvana vs Ethereal
308 Fire vs Nemorino
309 Lco vs Fizbo
310 Fritz vs Laser
311 Komodo vs Gull
312 Houdini vs Ivanhoe

       ROUND 27
313 Andscacs vs Texel
314 Vajolet vs Stockfish
315 Shredder vs Wasp
316 Xiphos vs Senpai
317 Pedone vs Arasan
318 Booot vs Nirvana
319 Nemorino vs Crafty
320 Ethereal vs Lco
321 Laser vs Fire
322 Fizbo vs Komodo
323 Ivanhoe vs Fritz
324 Gull vs Houdini




1 comment:

  1. She doesn't need contempt, she needs her time management fixed! Better yet, she needs to control her own time management parameters, rather than having humans tweak them in a non-zero way. Had she had reasonable time management she would have won more and drawn less. It's obvious. Look at all her anomalous games -- exact same pattern of not using up enough time in the beginning. Had she had a very simple time mgt system like 'use 10% of remaining time per turn' she would have done much better. The obvious problem is she wasn't tuned for playing with 'pondering on'.

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