[Computer-go] ManyFaces vs Aya today (round 8 of the slow bottournament)

Stefan Kaitschick Stefan.Kaitschick at Hamburg.de
Wed May 25 03:05:14 PDT 2011


It's childishly simple for a human, large eye against small eye.
Programmers need to find a way to make this a simple position for bots too.
Solving it with great computational effort isn't good enough.

Stefan

> Aya resigned in winnning position...
> http://files.gokgs.com/games/2011/5/24/ManyFaces1-AyaMC.sgf
>
> But in last position, to save B13 string,
> kill B10.
> to kill B10, play D6.
> to play D6, kill B8.
>
> Semeai is really difficult.
>
> Hiroshi Yamashita
>
>
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "David Fotland" 
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> To: <computer-go at dvandva.org>; <nick at maproom.co.uk>
> Sent: Wednesday, May 25, 2011 12:34 PM
> Subject: [Computer-go] ManyFaces vs Aya today (round 8 of the slow 
> bottournament)
>
>
>> In this game, there was a big semeai on the left side.  The result 
>> was a won
>> position for Aya, but both Aya and ManyFaces thought that ManyFaces 
>> had won
>> (or perhaps that it was a semeai), so eventually Aya resigned before 
>> it was
>> played out.
>>
>> A lucky win for ManyFaces, and a position for the report.
>>
>> David
>>
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