[Computer-go] Deep Zen vs Cho Chikun -- Round 3

Hideki Kato hideki_katoh at ybb.ne.jp
Thu Nov 24 10:54:03 PST 2016


You're welcome.  I've finished the game.

More Human vs Computer games at 
http://computer-go.info/h-c/.

Hideki

Xavier Combelle: <d21c12c5-4c1c-ea51-c34a-8d35a91744a1 at gmail.com>:
>thanks a lot


>


>


>Le 24/11/2016 à 12:31, Hideki Kato a écrit :


>> Ah, yes.  Maybe he didn't push "resign".


>>


>> Hideki


>>


>> Xavier Combelle: <1d25b061-1f25-497e-c270-ee20406023b2 at gmail.com>:


>>> Hi Hideki


>>> Sorry in kgs, the game has no result in kgs, did it ended with pro


>>> resignation ?


>>> Le 23/11/2016 à 23:03, Hideki Kato a écrit :


>>>> Thanks David.


>>>> It's now.


>>>> In the same afternoon, Zen vs Yonil Ha 6p was played on KGS as a part 


>>>> of Neyagawa Igo Shogi Festival in Neyagawa city, Osaka, Japan.  


>>>> (Zen19X vs neyagawa. The time was set 4 hours to avoid KGS's time 


>>>> control and actually a move was played in 30s).


>>>> This Zen ran on a dual Xeon server with one nVidia GTX-1080 in my 


>>>> room.  I ran seven threads.  This shows recent Zen on a PC with a 


>>>> highend GPU is enough to beat pro at short-time settings.  


>>>> Also, Zen on a dual-core laptop (ThinkPad X250; Core i7 5600U at 2.6 GHz) 


>>>> beat a pro a few times in personal trials (also fast games).


>>>> Hideki


>>>> David Fotland: <06c901d245a8$d41405f0$7c3c11d0$@smart-games.com>:


>>>>> Congratulations to Zen for playing so well against a strong pro. It 


>>> won't 


>>>>> be long until anyone can get a pro strength go program that runs on 


>>> their 


>>>>> ordinary PC.


>>>>> David


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