[Computer-go] codecentric Challenge 2016: Result of game 1
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Mon Aug 29 02:33:32 PDT 2016
On 29 August 2016 at 08:44, "Ingo Althöfer" <3-Hirn-Verlag at gmx.de> wrote:
> after a very interesting first game
> Lukas Kraemer scored a win against Zen19X.
> Some comments by Georg Snatzke (3-dan, from codecentric company)
> and sgf are here:
> Zen19X was in the lead for a very long time.
> Most of the spectators started to realize around move 200
> that the table was turning. However, analysis with CrazyStone
> (edition 2016) showed that already around move 150 the
> distribution of outcomes of the pseudorandom games (within MCTS+)
> was no longer bell-shaped, but had large side peaks.
> Just two examples: after move 153, and after move 185
The large peak at the left of each graph, around 85 to the left of the main
peak, must show
the outcomes if White kills Black's O16 group. But a kyu-player can see
that that group is
unconditionally alive: it has an eye at K19, with K17 and P14 as miai for a
second eye. Do
you think that the presence of that peak had an effect on the result of the
> So, Lukas had been able to create a position with a "whole-board" fight,
> where MCTS must have misled Zen19X.
> Game 2 of this "best of 5" match will be played on next Sunday.
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