[Computer-go] Aya won December 2014 KGS bot tournament
drake at lclark.edu
Mon Dec 8 09:36:56 PST 2014
Huh -- Orego's passing behavior is strange. I can't think of what minor
changes have been made since the last tournament that would cause it to
start doing that, but I'll look into it.
On Mon, Dec 8, 2014 at 8:48 AM, Nick Wedd <nick at maproom.co.uk> wrote:
> On 08/12/2014 13:04, Aja Huang wrote:
>> Congratulations to Aya, the winner of December 2014 KGS bot tournament. I
>> have some questions.(Sorry, Nick, if you would answer any of them in your
>> report but I can't wait anyway)
>> 1. Looks like Aya has improved significantly in the last year. Hiroshi,
>> could you let us know what are the major improvements?
>> 2. Was the new, rewritten version of Orego running on the tournament?
>> 3. Does anyone have information about HiraBot? Is it a new program? It
>> looks very strong, defeating coldmilk and Fuego.
> Yes, congratulations to Aya! I have just uploaded my report (which
> says nothing about the actual games) to
> and will as usual welcome your comments and corrections.
> I first heard of HiraBot when it entered this August's KGS bot
> tournament. It is the work of Kiyoshi Fukumoto. That is all I know
> about it.
>> I hope this list is not dying. :)
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