[Computer-go] Many Faces vs. Tromp

"Ingo Althöfer" 3-Hirn-Verlag at gmx.de
Tue Nov 2 05:00:05 PDT 2010


Hi,

I just looked shortly through the games
and observed the following:

In thegames lost by MF the thinking time 
30 min + Overtime[25 moves/600 sec]
30 min + Overtime[25 moves/600 sec]
40 min + Overtime[25 moves/600 sec]
60 min + Overtime[25 moves/600 sec]

ManyFaces won the game with 60 min. Having in mind
that in London time will even be more (40 min base time
plus 20 seconds for each move played) this can be interpreted
as a good sign.


Concerning hardware: 
Rules say it should be for not more than 5.000 US Dollars in the 
London match.
My proposal to Darren: Contact appropriate people in London to get
the best for the money. For instance Cameron Browne and/or Soren
Rijs might help you in loaning good machines.
You might also ask McKinsey*s office in London. (At least some
time ago they had a PR campaign with go-game as motive.)

> Seemingly in preparation for the shodan go bet event (being held at the
> end of December in central London):
>   http://www.gokgs.com/gameArchives.jsp?user=tromp&year=2010&month=10
> 
> 3-1 to Tromp :-(
> But better than 4-0 :-)

I am not strong enough to judge if the games were narrow...
Maybe, others can comment here.

Ingo.
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