[Computer-go] What about the exhibition games?
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Sun Feb 16 23:41:18 PST 2014
thanks for the sgf and all the information in text!
And congratulations for winning the game on 19x19 ;-)
How did the public in Japan comment on the outcomes?
Thanks also to Hiroshi for posting the results.
> Gesendet: Montag, 17. Februar 2014 um 02:05 Uhr
> Von: "Hideki Kato" <hideki_katoh at ybb.ne.jp>
> An: computer-go at dvandva.org
> Betreff: Re: [Computer-go] What about the exhibition games?
> All game records of the 1st Denosen are attached (byoyomi was added
> in the time fields).
> Hiroshi's notation of Japanese names may confuse readers. Emura and
> Ozawa are the familiy names and Kikou is usually spelled Kiko, like
> Tokyo (never written as Toukyou :-).
> All games used Japanese rules and 6.5 komi. The time setting
> for 13x13 was 30 min and 30 seconds byoyomi. For 19x19, 60 and 60
> but Ozawa used less than half.
> Emura 7d (9d on Tygem; Japanese 7d is a special rank; almost a title for
> top-level amateurs) is sooooo strong. Zen had no chances at all. Maybe
> one or two (no-komi or 2-stones) handicap was necessary. His fuseki
> was better than Zen's (well, Zen's fuseki is often said 1-dan-level :)
> and the depth and correctness of the forecasting for the fight at the
> bottom left corner in the second game clearely overtook Zen's. He
> forecast the result (W would won the fight) at about move 23 (!) while
> Zen noticed at move 34 and the winrate dropped to 30%. Please note
> that this position is very complicated and the order of the moves is
> very important. The game was over. Zen continued playing, trying
> critical moves, but Emura replied in very cool.
> For the first game, Emura played so-called slow moves in the middle of
> the game and Zen looked have a chance (indeed, the winrate got 60% once)
> when Zen could play three big yose moves, but, at least I think, Zen had
> no chance at all as well.
> The last game was very interesting as Zen preferred territory (!).
> Zen has played all public games in center-oriented style. Even against
> Takemiya 9d, very famous with his cosmic style, Zen got cener but,
> this game, Zen got three corners.
> Ozawa played with Zen-style, say, fourth-line fuseki, katatsuki for
> fourth-line stones, and o-moyo. He is the first strong amateur
> played aginst Zen with Zen-style :). So the games was relatively
> easier for Zen, I think. No complex positions to simulate and
> evaluate. Counting large territory is hard (with bigger error) for
> human but Zen. The winrate was monotonicly increased throughout the
> game. Ozawa notice he was behind in the middle of the game when
> Zen's winrate was about 60%. The last ko fight may look dengerous but
> Zen counted it already. Zen's lookahead showed only A18 was the
> effecive ko threat and Zen would ignore that and would win the game.
> Ozawa didin't realize that losing the ko killed his stones when he
> started the ko fight. Zen had clear advantages in the two L&D, at the
> top left corner and right side.
> If he played with other styles, such as territory oriented, the game
> might close.
> Hiroshi Yamashita: <2426080FDF8D409E90D6BB4401780AD0 at i3540>:
> >> I am very curious. How did the exhibition games of
> >> Zen (on 13x13 and 19x19) run today?
> >> Are there already sgf available?
> >Zen lost 2 games in 13x13. And won a game in 19x19.
> > Emura Kikou, 7d Ama - Zen 2-0
> > Ozawa Ichiro, - Zen 0-1
> >I don't have sgf files.
> >Photo news, Ozawa lost to computer.
> >Hiroshi Yamashita
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