[Computer-go] 1st Go Denou-sen

Rémi Coulom Remi.Coulom at free.fr
Tue Feb 11 16:48:11 PST 2014


Hi Hideki,

Thanks for your comments. Are the game records available?

Rémi

On 11 févr. 2014, at 22:19, Hideki Kato <hideki_katoh at ybb.ne.jp> wrote:

> Professinals can play with no or few mistakes on 9x9 but MC bots play 
> with more mistakes (perhaps one per 10 to 20 moves?) due to the 
> randomness.  At the two-years-ago event, Zen vs 3 pros, both did many 
> mistakes and Zen had several chances to win.  At this event, however, 
> Cho 8p played almost perfectly because he studied 9x9 Go so long (more 
> than 10 hours) and Zen had no chances.  Hirata 3p (younger pro) did few 
> mistakes at the 1st game but Zen couldn't take the chance because it was 
> a very narrow sequence of moves.  As a conclusion, no-miss-play is 
> required to beat serious professionals on 9x9 :).
> 
> Hideki
> 
> Hiroshi Yamashita: <6582F7E197A74985AC2DEB659A9F7753 at i3540>:
>>> It seems Zen lost the 4 games:
>> 
>> Yes, Zen lost 4 games in 9x9.
>> 
>> Chang Li Yu,   8d Pro - Zen  2-0
>> Hirata Tomoya, 3d Pro - Zen  2-0
>> 
>> Here is a movie news.
>> 
>> Go Denou-sen, pro win decisively (in Japanese)
>> http://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/html/20140211/k10015174611000.html
>> 
>> Hiroshi Yamashita
>> 
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