[Computer-go] Zen vs Tromp: now 1-1
terrymcintyre at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 27 05:32:58 PDT 2010
That is an interesting game. Tromp remarks that he thought e4 was sente; Zen
ignored it, played an eye-destroying move instead at f6, lived in the corner,
and later swallowed up the entire one-eyed cyclops on the left.
I'd be interested in knowing the degree to which Zen read out these sequences,
and whether there were any clever tesujis which could have saved Tromp's bacon
from the fire.
Terry McIntyre <terrymcintyre at yahoo.com>
Unix/Linux Systems Administration
Taking time to do it right saves having to do it twice.
----- Original Message ----
> From: Ingo Althöfer <3-Hirn-Verlag at gmx.de>
> To: computer-go at dvandva.org
> Sent: Fri, August 27, 2010 8:06:24 AM
> Subject: [Computer-go] Zen vs Tromp: now 1-1
> In this night another game took place on KGS
> between Zen5.8 and John Tromp. This time, the
> account "ZenTest" was used by the bot.
> The game ended after move 142 by resignation of
> John Tromp. At that point, Zen saw 77 % for
> itself. In relative contrast, Many Faces gives
> still 40 % for Black after move 142. Leela 4.0
> even sees 50 % for Black.
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