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Subject: Re: Warp - Diep, WCCC

Author: Ernst Walet

Date: 12:41:32 12/02/02

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Oh and the last one...

Time	Depth	Score	Positions	Moves
----	----	----	----		----
0:00	1/3	1.37	1385		4.cxb6 Qe4+ 5.Rcg2 Nxg2 6.bxa7
0:00	1/3	1.56	2223		4.c4 Qe4+ 5.Rcg2 Nxg2 6.Rxg2 bxc5
0:00	1/3	1.96	2552		4.Qb5 Qe4+ 5.Rcg2 Nxg2 6.Rxg2
0:00	1/4	-1.65	5887		4.Qb5 Qf3+ 5.Rgg2 Qd1+ 6.Rg1 Qxc2
					7.Qb4
0:00	1/4	0.00	6747		4.c4 Qe4+ 5.Rcg2 Nxg2 6.Rxg2 Qe1+
					7.Rg1 Qe4+ 8.Rg2
0:00	1/4	1.58	7825		4.Qb1 Qf3+ 5.Rgg2 Nxg2 6.Rxg2 bxc5
					7.Qe1
0:00	1/5	1.41	28057		4.Qb1 Qxc5 5.Qb3 Qc6+ 6.Rgg2 Nxg2
					7.Rxg2
0:00	1/6	1.57	79858		4.Qb1 Qxc5 5.Rg3 Qd5+ 6.Kg1 Nf3+
					7.Kf2 Nxg5 8.Kf1
0:00	1/7	1.51	139518		4.Qb1 Qxc5 5.Rg3 Qd5+ 6.Kg1 Nf3+
					7.Kf2 Nxg5 8.Kf1 f6
0:02	1/8	1.60	387909		4.Qb1 Qxc5 5.Rg3 Qd5+ 6.Kg1 Nf3+
					7.Kf2 Nxg5 8.Qf1 Qc5+ 9.Ke1
0:05	1/9	0.08	905794		4.Qb1 Qf3+ 5.Rgg2 Nxg2 6.Rxg2 Ng4
					7.Qe1 Ne3 8.Qe2 Qe4 9.h4 Qb1+ 10.Kh2
					Nxg2 11.Kxg2 bxc5
0:11	1/10	0.18	1969170		4.Qb1 Qf3+ 5.Rgg2 Nxg2 6.Rxg2 Ng4
					7.Qe1 Ne3 8.Qe2 Qe4 9.h3 bxc5 10.c4
					Qxg2+ 11.Qxg2 Nxg2 12.Kxg2
0:28	1/11	0.00	4905061		4.Qb1 Qe4+ 5.Rcg2 Ned3 6.Qf1 Nxg2
					7.Rxg2 Nf4 8.cxb6 Nxg2 9.Qf6+ Kg8
					10.Qd8+ Kg7 11.Qf6+
0:59	1/12	0.00	10481574	4.Qb1 Qe4+ 5.Rcg2 Ned3 6.Qf1 Nxg2
					7.Rxg2 Nf4 8.cxb6 axb6 9.Qg1 Nxg2
					10.Qxg2 Qe1+ 11.Qg1 Qe4+ 12.Qg2

Ernst.


On December 02, 2002 at 15:38:06, Ernst Walet wrote:

>CM9K's result on a Celeron 1200, SS=12.
>
>Ernst.
>
>On December 02, 2002 at 13:45:57, Peter McKenzie wrote:
>
>>I've been looking at some positions from the Warp-Diep game from the WCCC in
>>Maastricht this year.  Here are a few test positions:
>>
>>[D]7k/p3Qp1p/1p2n3/4nqP1/2P5/2P3R1/P5RP/3r2BK w - -
>>
>>Warp played Qe8+ followed by Qa4 here, which wasn't very good.
>>Qf6+ was suggested and certainly looks like an improvement, although perhaps its
>>not so easy to white to make progress there.
>>
>>The current Warp however prefers Qxa7, which also looks good.  Personally I like
>>Qxa7 better than Qf6.
>>What do other engines play here?
>>
>
>Time	Depth	Score	Positions	Moves
>0:00	1/3	2.24	2935		1.Qf6+ Qxf6 2.gxf6 Rd8 3.Re2 Nxc4
>					4.Rg4
>0:00	1/4	2.27	6396		1.Qf6+ Qxf6 2.gxf6 Rd8 3.Re2 Nxc4
>					4.Bd4
>0:00	1/5	2.40	20869		1.Qf6+ Qxf6 2.gxf6 Rd8 3.Re2 Nxc4
>					4.Rg4 Nd6
>0:00	1/6	2.36	54867		1.Qf6+ Qxf6 2.gxf6 Rd8 3.c5 bxc5
>					4.Re2 Rd5 5.Rge3
>0:01	1/7	2.52	120753		1.Qf6+ Qxf6 2.gxf6 Rd8 3.c5 bxc5
>					4.Re2 Rd5 5.Rge3 Nc4 6.Re4
>0:02	1/7	2.55	259998		1.Qxa7 Nf4 2.Qa8+ Kg7 3.Rf2 Ng4
>					4.Rb2 Nd3 5.Re2 Qxg5
>0:04	1/8	2.30	613866		1.Qxa7 Qe4 2.Qxb6 Nf3 3.Qb8+ Kg7
>					4.Rxf3 Qxf3 5.Qe5+ Kg8 6.Qe2 Qxe2
>					7.Rxe2 Nxg5 8.Re8+ Kg7
>0:05	1/8	2.38	665567		1.Qf6+ Qxf6 2.gxf6 Rd8 3.c5 bxc5
>					4.Re2 Rd5 5.Be3 a6 6.Re1
>0:07	1/9	2.56	1113374		1.Qf6+ Qxf6 2.gxf6 Rd8 3.c5 bxc5
>					4.Re2 Rd5 5.Rb2 Rd8 6.Rb7 a6 7.Be3
>0:14	1/10	2.65	2214054		1.Qf6+ Qxf6 2.gxf6 Rd8 3.c5 bxc5
>					4.Rb2 h5 5.Rb7 a6 6.Re3 Rd5 7.Re2
>0:25	1/11	2.97	4181952		1.Qf6+ Qxf6 2.gxf6 Rd8 3.c5 bxc5
>					4.Rb2 Nd7 5.Rd2 Nxf6 6.Rxd8+ Nxd8
>					7.Bxc5 Nc6 8.Bd4 Nxd4 9.cxd4
>0:48	1/12	2.93	8213459		1.Qf6+ Qxf6 2.gxf6 Rd8 3.c5 bxc5
>					4.Rb2 a5 5.Rb5 Nc6 6.Rb7 Ne5 7.Ra7
>					Nd7 8.Rd3
>2:13	2/13	3.14	22361859	1.Qf6+ Qxf6 2.gxf6 Rd8 3.c5 bxc5
>					4.Rb2 h5 5.Rb7 Rd7 6.Rb8+ Kh7 7.Bxc5
>					Ng4 8.Be7 Rd1+ 9.Rg1 Rd2
>
>>[D]8/p4pkp/1p2n3/2P1n1P1/8/1QP3R1/P5RP/2qr2BK b - -
>>
>>Here Diep played Nf4!! which forces a draw.  How long do other engines take to
>>find Nf4 ?
>>Warp needs about 11 minutes on my PIII 1Ghz.
>>
>>[D]8/p4pkp/1p6/2P1n1P1/5n2/1QP1q3/P1R4P/6RK w - -
>>
>>This is the game after Nf4 Rc2 Rxg1 Rxg1 Qe3.
>>How long for your engine to show a draw score here?  Warp's score drops to +0.3
>>at depth 12, in about 3.5 minutes.  I'll let it continue to see when it sees the
>>draw.
>>
>
>Time	Depth	Score	Positions	Moves
>0:00	1/3	1.04	1751		1...Nxc5 2.Qb4 Kg8 3.Re2
>0:00	1/4	0.84	5698		1...Nxc5 2.Qb4 Re1 3.Qd4 Qb1
>0:00	1/5	1.16	17322		1...Nxc5 2.Qb4 Rd5 3.Re3 Qf1 4.Qh4
>0:00	1/6	0.94	77961		1...Nxc5 2.Qb4 Kf8 3.Qh4 Kg8 4.Re2
>0:01	1/7	1.00	170243		1...Nxc5 2.Qb5 Kf8 3.a4 Qf4 4.Qe2
>					Rf1 5.Re3
>0:02	1/8	0.90	383070		1...Nxc5 2.Qb4 Re1 3.Qd4 Ne6 4.Qd6
>					Qf4 5.Qd5
>0:05	1/9	1.07	797519		1...Nxc5 2.Qb4 Re1 3.Qd4 Ne6 4.Qa4
>					Nf4 5.Rf2 Ned3 6.Qd4+ Kg8
>0:14	1/10	0.87	2397651		1...Nxc5 2.Qb4 Re1 3.Qd4 Ne6 4.Qd6
>					Qf4 5.Qd5 Qf1 6.c4 Nxc4
>0:37	1/11	1.08	6455449		1...Nxc5 2.Qb4 Re1 3.Qd4 Ne6 4.Qd6
>					Qb1 5.Qb4 Qd1 6.Qe7 a6 7.Rh3
>1:39	1/12	0.87	17246273	1...Nxc5 2.Qb4 Re1 3.Qh4 Ne4 4.Rh3
>					Kf8 5.g6 Nxg6 6.Qd8+ Kg7 7.Qd4+
>					Kg8 8.Rxg6+ fxg6 9.Qd8+ Kf7 10.Rxh7+
>					Ke6 11.Qd7+ Ke5
>4:23	1/12	0.00	45268994	1...Nf4 2.Rc2 Rxg1+ 3.Rxg1 Qe3
>					4.Qb1 Qf3+ 5.Rgg2 Nxg2 6.Rxg2 Ng4
>					7.Qg1 Ne3 8.c6 Nxg2 9.Qxg2 Qd1+
>					10.Qg1 Qf3+ 11.Qg2
>5:39	2/13	0.03	58155662	1...Nf4 2.Rc2 Rxg1+ 3.Rxg1 Qe3
>					4.Qb1 Qf3+ 5.Rgg2 Nxg2 6.Rxg2 Ng4
>					7.Qg1 Ne3 8.h4 bxc5 9.Qf2 Qxg2+
>					10.Qxg2 Nxg2 11.Kxg2
>
>>thanks,
>>Peter



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